School of Information
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

 Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Fall 2015.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of topics. Weekly mailing list.
Aug 28: Clifford LYNCH: What does pervasive security failure mean for archives, cultural memory, and scholarship? Some introductory speculations and a discussion.
Sep 4: No Seminar meeting. Labor Day weekend.
Sep 11: Clifford LYNCH: Short Reports. Nick DOTY: Imagining our Center for Technology, Society & Policy.
Sep 18: Lincoln CUSHING: Kaiser Permanente: Archiving the Corporation: Managing Historical Information at Kaiser Permanente.
Sep 25: Michael BUCKLAND: Links, Meaning, and Contexts.
Oct 2: David ROSENTHAL, Stanford: Emulation as a Strategy for Digital Preservation.
Oct 9: Clifford LYNCH: Pervasive Failures and Bad Translations. Dong-Hee SHIN, SKKU, Korea: Creating a new School of Information in Korea.
Oct 16: Stephen ABRAMS, California Digital Library: A Domain Model for Digital Curation.
Oct 23: Laine FARLEY, California Digital Library: Behind the Scenes at the California Digital Library.
Oct 30: Bruce WASHBURN, OCLC Research: Looking inside the Library Knowledge Vault.
Nov 6: Tom LEONARD, University Librarian Emeritus: Well-Behaved Pirates, Publishers, and Libraries: The Early Years.
Nov 13: Cathy MARSHALL, Texas A&M University: Reviving Joan.
Nov 20: Ryan SHAW, Patrick GOLDEN, and Michael BUCKLAND: Making Research Notes Accessible Online.
Nov 27: Thanksgiving: No Seminar meeting.
Dec 4: Information Access: the last 25 years and the next 25 years.

The Seminar will resume in the Spring semester on January 22.

Fall 2015 summaries.   Spring 2015 schedule and summaries.   Spring 2016 schedule and summaries.