Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Fall 2012.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Weekly mailing list.
Fuller details at Summaries page.
Aug 24: Vivien PETRAS, Berlin: Interfaces and Cultural Differences.
Max KLEIN and Merrilee PROFFITT, OCLC Research:
Wikipedia and Libraries: What's the Connection?
Aug 31: No Seminar meeting.
Sep 7: Ray R. LARSON: The Social Networks and Archival Context Project:
Status Report. Michael BUCKLAND & Patrick GOLDEN: Editors' Notes: Update.
Sep 14: Eric KANSA: Scholarly Publishing and the Web of Data.
Sep 21: Sara NOFRI, Univ. of Hamburg: Google and its Consequences for Information Retrieval.
Sep 28: Clifford LYNCH:
What We Still Don't Know about Institutional Repositories.
Oct 5: Brian CARVER and Michael LISSNER: The Court Listener.
Oct 12: Laurie PEARCE, Patrick SCHMITZ and Davide SEMENZIN:
Ancient Families, Modern Tools: Berkeley Prosopography Services.
Oct 19: Michael BUCKLAND: Lodewyk Bendikson and the Copying of Documents.
AnnaLee SAXENIAN: Online Education: The I School, Berkeley, and Beyond.
Oct 26: Laine FARLEY and Patricia MARTIN, California Digital Library:
Return On Investment: Is It Possible to Demonstrate Value for Digital Library Services?
Nov 2: Howard BESSER, New York University:
Strategies for Copying Out-of-Print Works: NYU's "Video At Risk" Project.
Nov 9: Short Reports.
Nov 16: David ROSENTHAL, Stanford: The Truth Is Out There: Preservation and the Cloud.
Nov 23: Thanksgiving. No seminar meeting.
Nov 30: Clifford LYNCH: Research Agendas in Personal Digital Archiving.
The Seminar will resume in January 25, 2013.
Fall 2012 summaries.