School of Information
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

 296a-1 Seminar: Information Access.
 ("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
 Schedule - Spring 2006.

Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of presentations.
Friday, Jan 20: Ray LARSON: Time Period Directories.
Jan 27: Timo SAARI, Helsinki IIT: Researching Mobile Media in Context.
Feb 3: Marc DAVIS, Yahoo! Research Berkeley: Designing the Future of Social Media.
Feb 10: Clifford LYNCH: Speculations on the Implications of Large Scale Digitization and Digital Literatures.
Feb 17: Keith JOHNSON, Stanford Digital Repository: Digital Preservation: "In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice".
Feb 24: Colin BURKE: Codebreaking and retrieval machines 1930s-40s; Historiography.
Mar 3: Clifford LYNCH: The Varieties of Data Curation.
Mar 10: Libby SMITH: Mass Collection Digitization: Keeping Resources Trusted. Yun Kyung JUNG: Reasons for Voluntary Information Sharing in Korean Cyberspace: The Uses and Gratification Approach. Ray R. LARSON: Grid-based Digital Libraries and Cheshire3.
Mar 17: Kirsten NEILSEN and Heidi SCHMIDT, UCSF: Remodeling a Digital Library: Planning for the Next Generation Legacy Tobacco Documents Library.
Mar 24: Michael BUCKLAND: Book Talk: Emanuel Goldberg and His Knowledge Machine.
Apr 7: Niels LUND: A Document Turn Ahead?
Apr 14: Coye CHESHIRE: Current Experimental Research in the Use of Information for Trust-Building and Social Exchange Transitions.
Apr 21: Charis KASKIRIS: Behavioral Economic Engineering: An Emprical Investigation of Time Preferences.
Apr 28: Clifford LYNCH: Reports and New Developments.     Michael BUCKLAND: The Nature of Naming.
May 5: Last Seminar meeting of Spring Semester: Students' Reports.
    Yun Kyung JUNG: What Clicks? Why do Korean Cyber Users Participate in Sharing Information?
    Elizabeth Ann SMITH: Mass Digitization: Is Google a Trusted Repository?
    Vivien PETRAS: Translating Dialects in Search: Mapping between Specialized Languages of Discourse and Documentary Languages.
Aug 18: Julian WARNER, Queen's University, Belfast. Forms of Mental Labor in the Feist Judgment.
    The seminar will continue in the Fall semester.
Spring 2006 summaries.   Fall 2005 schedule and summaries.   Fall 2006 schedule and summaries.