School of Information
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

 Friday Afternoon Seminar on Information Access: Schedule.
  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2018.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Presentation Summaries. Email list.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON SEMINAR ON INFORMATION ACCESS.
South Hall 107, Fridays 3-5 pm. Everyone interested is welcome!
courses.ischool.berkeley.edu/i296a-ia/s18/schedule.html

The seminar will resume in the Fall 2018 semester.

Jan 19: Howard BESSER, New York University: Making Web Archiving Work for Streaming Media; and Digital Privacy Training Project.
Jan 26: Wayne de FREMERY, Sogang University, Korea: Documenting the 99%.
Feb 2: Anno SAXENIAN: Issues and Opportunities facing the School.
Feb 9: Marcia BATES, UCLA: Information and Embodiment.
Feb 16: Elaine SEDENBERG: Study of Private Sector Research and Data Sharing Practices.
Feb 23: Joshua BLUMENSTOCK: Migration and the Value of Social Networks.
Mar 2: Anushah HOSSAIN, Ankeet SHANKAR, and Michael BUCKLAND: Progress reports.
Mar 9: 1:30 p.m.: Clifford LYNCH: Stewardship of the Cultural Record: How do we approximate cultural "production".
    3:00 p.m. Stephen ABRAMS, California Digital Library: The Means Don’t Quantify the Ends: Criteria and Metrics for Evaluating Digital Preservation Success.
Mar 16: Chris HOOFNAGLE & Aniket KESARI: Consumer Law for the 21st Century.
Mar 23: No seminar meeting.
Mar 30: Spring break. No seminar meeting.
Apr 6: Catherine MARSHALL: How Digital Libraries, Social Media, and Collections of Ephemera Will Change the Practice of Biographical Research.
Apr 13: Ankeet SHANKAR: PrivSec-F1: Compliance Focused Toolkit.
    Anushah HOSSAIN: Using CAPTCHAs to Measure Internet Fragmentation.
Apr 20: Deirdre MULLIGAN and Daniel S. GRIFFIN: Reasons and Rights to be Brave: Rescripting Search to Respect the Right to Truth.
Apr 27: Michael BUCKLAND: Search Support for All Kinds of Evidence.
May 4: Sebastian BENTHALL: Context, Causality, and Information Flow: Implications for Privacy Engineering, Security, and Data Economics.
  Fall 2017 schedule and summaries.