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

  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access.
 ("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
 Schedule - Spring 2004.

Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of presentations.
Jan 23: Cliff LYNCH: Welcome and introduction to the Seminar.   Fredric GEY & Ray LARSON: Report on HICSS, Jan 2004.   Michael BUCKLAND: Intermediate infrastructure.
Jan 30: Clifford LYNCH: Stewardship in the Digital Age.
Feb 13: AnnaLee SAXENIAN, Dean: Discussion.
Feb 20: Clifford LYNCH: Stewardship in the Digital Age (Cont.) and Michael BUCKLAND: Why is Multimedia Search so Hard?
Feb 27: Oliver GUENTHER, Humboldt U., Berlin: Privacy in E-Commerce: Stated Preferences vs. Actual Behavior.
Mar 5: Czeslaw GRYCZ, Octavo: Octavo Ultra-High Resolution Digital Images of Rare Books: A Survey of What Works and What Needs Work.
March 12: John McCARTHY, Steve LUSSIER, Henri POOLE, Dan ROBINSON and Phil WOLFF:   Digital Democracy.
Mar 19: Daniel GREENSTEIN, California Digital Library: Economics of Scholarly Publishing.
Mar 26: No seminar - Spring recess.
Apr 2: Michal FELDMAN: Economic Incentives for Cooperation in Peer-to-Peer Networks.
Apr 9: Rob SANDERSON, Liverpool U.: The SRW 1.1 (Search and Retrieve for the Web) Protocol.
Apr 16: Aitao CHEN & Michael BUCKLAND: Infrastructure for Disambiguating Entities and Events.
    Jeanette ZERNEKE & Michael BUCKLAND: Redesigning Scholarly Publishing.
Apr 23: Vivien PETRAS: The Use of Specialized Vocabulary in Subject Searches.
Apr 30: Mikhail AVREKH: FreeDB and Other Music Metadata Providers: The Hidden Linchpins of the P2P Phenomenon.
    Merrilee PROFFITT & Judith BUSH, RLG: RedLightGreen.
May 7: John WIECZOREK and John McCARTHY: Global Biodiversity Information Facility: Information Retrieval from Federated Databases.
Aug 13: Julian Warner, Belfast: A labor theoretic approach to information retrieval

Spring 2004 summaries.     Fall 2003 schedule and summaries.   Fall 2004 schedule and summaries.