School of Information Management & Systems
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access.
 ("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
 Schedule - Fall 2003.

Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of presentations.
Aug 29: Clifford LYNCH: Introduction. Interesting Recent Meeetings.
Sep 5: David MESSERSCHMITT: Implications of the NSF Cyberstructure Report.
Sep 12: John CHUANG: Economics of Peer-to-Peer Computing.
Sept 19: Fredric GEY & Aitao CHEN: Hindi Surprise Language Exercise. Cross-Language IR Research.
Sep 26: Michael BUCKLAND: Representing Place, Time, Topic, Person: Intermediate Infrastructure.
Oct 3: Jessie HEY, Southampton, UK. Academic Scholarship and the Deep Web.
Oct 10: Students' Progress Reports:   Melanie FEINBERG: Design of Named Time Period Directory.   Marcus ISON: Digital Preservation.   Luz MARIN: Naming Documents for Short and Long-term Retrieval.   Keasha MARTINDILL: Digital Libraries for Children.   John RISTEVSKI: Cy-Ark: A Multimedia Archive for Three-Dimensional Cultural Heritage Data.
Oct 17: David WARTHEN: Information Access for Young Children.   Michael BUCKLAND: The Artificiality of "Information": Resurrecting the Human in Information Management.
Oct 24: Dagobert SOERGEL, Univ. of Maryland: Developing a Test Collection for Retrieval in Large Digital Oral History Archives: The SHOAH MALACH
Oct 31: Clifford LYNCH: Stewardship in the Digital Age.
Nov 7: No seminar meeting.
Nov 14: Peter BRANTLEY, CDL & Raymond YEE, IST-IU/UCB. Libraries and Instructional Technology.
Nov 21: Warren SACK, Marc DAVIS, Michael BUCKLAND: DOCAM03 and the Berkeley New Media initiative.
Nov 28: Thanksgiving. No seminar meeting.
Dec 5: Students Final Progress Reports.
    Keasha MARTINDILL: Digital Libraries for Children.
    David WARTHEN: Information Access for Young Children.
    Marcus ISON: Digital Preservation: Taking a Byte out of History.
    Melanie FEINBERG: Design of Time Period Directory.
Fall 2003 summaries.     Spring 2003 schedule and summaries.     Spring 2004 schedule and summaries.