School of Information
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

 Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Fall 2014.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of presentations. Weekly mailing list.
Everyone interested is welcome to attend. Fuller details as available are at Summaries page. Students wishing to enrol for credit see Seminar webpage.

Sep 5: Clifford LYNCH: Introductions. to the Seminar and of participants. Reconsidering the Challenges of Software Preservation and Sustainability.
Sep 12: Aaron MARCUS, Aaron Marcus and Associates: Mobile Persuasion Design: Combining Information Design with Persuasion Design to Change Behavior.
Sep 19: George OATES, Good, Form & Spectacle: If You Could Design A Museum From Scratch, What Would It Be Like?
Sep 26: Michael BUCKLAND, Clifford LYNCH & Ryan SHAW: Digital Tools and Humanities Scholars.
Oct 3: Chan LI & Jacqueline WILSON: California Digital Library: Calculating Scholarly Journal Value.
Oct 10: Zachary PARDOS: Scaling Cognitive Modeling in Digital Education.
    Özgür KÜLCÜ: Online Access to Turkish Cultural Heritage Resources.
Oct 17: Clifford LYNCH: Reader Privacy and the Flow of Information about Who is Reading What.
Oct 24: Dagobert SOERGEL, University at Buffalo: Ontology mapping: A concept hub for storing mapping data and linguistic methods for producing mappings.
Oct 31: Halloween: No seminar meeting.
Nov 7: Special program welcoming California Library Association attendees.
    Michael BUCKLAND: How California Librarians Influenced Library Services in Japan: Some US Influences during the SCAP Occupation After World War II.
    Tapan PARIKH: Local Ground: Empowering Teenage Engagement in Community Issues.
Nov 14: Ruchita RATHI & Dheera TALLAPRAGADA: Moovit!: Joint Interactions between a Smartwatch, Sensors, and Smartphones.
    Lisa BÖRJESSON, Uppsala University, Sweden: Lost Contexts: Limited Genre Understandings Hindering Access to Professional Archaeology Documentation.
Nov 21: Short Reports and Clifford LYNCH.
    Short reports. Also Clifford LYNCH: Preserving News and Stewardship Changes.
Nov 28: Thanksgiving: No Seminar meeting.
Dec 5: Ashwin CHANDAK: Camp Kinnect: A Sports-Based Youth Development Program.
    Ruchita RATHI & Dheera TALLAPRAGADA: Moovit!: Joint Interactions between a Smartwatch, Sensors, and Smartphones: Update.
December 19: Meeting co-sponsored by the Institute for South Asia Studies: Joyojeet PAL, School of Information, University of Michigan: Social Media and the Political Right in India: An analysis of Narendra Modi's Tweeting.

The Seminar will resume in the Spring semester on January 23, 2015.

Fall 2014 summaries.   Spring 2014 schedule and summaries.   Spring 2015 schedule and summaries.