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

  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access.
 ("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
 Spring 2001 Schedule

Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Instructors: Clifford Lynch and Michael Buckland. Schedule subject to change. Summaries of presentations.

Jan 19: Clifford LYNCH: Introduction. Recent Meetings. Reputation Management.
Jan 28: Niels Windfeld LUND: From Information Science to Documentation.
Feb 2: Heath O'CONNELL and Pat KREITZ, SLAC, Stanford:   eConf: An Online Conference Proceedings Site.
Feb 9: Fred GEY: Evaluation of Entry Vocabulary: A Technology to Enhance Digital Search.
    Also: Michael BUCKLAND: The Effect of Dialects on the Use of Indexes.
Feb 16: Howard BESSER, UCLA: Longevity of Electronic Art.
Feb 23: David M. LEVY, U of Washington: The "LC21: A Digital Strategy for the Library of Congress" report.
Mar 2: Joseph A. BUSCH, Content Intelligence Evangelist, Interwoven, and 2001 President, American Society for Information Science and Technology: Helping people find content...preparing content to be found: Enabling the semantic Web.
Mar 9: Liv Aasa HOLM, Oslo University College:   Some R & D Projects:   ONE-2 (OPAC Network in Europe - 2, 1998-2001);   The Norwegian emigration website;   The Alexander Kielland multimedia WEB-site.
Mar 16: Short Reports by Lincoln CUSHING, Chan Jean LEE, Frederick WONG, and Clifford LYNCH.
- Lincoln CUSHING: The shifting paradigm: Collaborative collection-building and displaying of large-format digital image collections on the Web.
- Chan Jean LEE: How to organize products in e-commerce site.
- Frederick WONG: Un-structural searching based on structural information.
- Clifford LYNCH: Meetings and Metadata Architecture.
March 23 Alice AGOGINO & Andy DONG: Demonstrating the Core Integration System for the National SMET Education Digital Library.
Mar 30: Spring Break: No seminar meeting.
Apr 6: John OBER, California Digital Library: Building an Infrastructure for Digital Content Management for the California Digital Library
Apr 13: Clifford LYNCH: Metadata architecture and infrastructure.
Apr 20: Aitao CHEN: What can one do with 5 million catalog records?
  Fredric GEY: Report on the Human Language Technology conference,
Apr 27: Michael BUCKLAND and Ruth MOSTERN, ECAI: Metadata and Geo-temporal Analysis: New Ideas.
May 4: Last Seminar Meeting of the Semester: Students' Projects.
Frederick WONG: Searching the Impossible?! A simple prototype "smart search helper".
Chan Jean LEE: For Better Performance of Entry Vocabulary Indexes.
Lincoln CUSHING: Union Catalog Architecture and "Hunting-Gathering".
Summaries of Spring 2001 presentations.   Fall 2000 schedule.   Spring 2000 schedule.   Fall 2001 schedule.   Fall 2002 schedule.