School of Information
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

 Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2010.

Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of presentations.
Jan 22: Clifford LYNCH: Introductions and Varied Topics: Some initial thoughts on personal archiving and the role of cultural memory organizations in the digital age.
Jan 29: Béla GIPP, Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany: Citation Proximity Analysis
    Jöran BEEL, Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany: Enhancing Search Applications with Data Retrieved from Mind Maps.
    Cecilia PRESTON: Professional Societies and their members: What is effective communication today?
Feb 5: Dominic POWLESLAND, Landscape Research Centre, U.K.: My mind Boggles as I Goggle at my Google Earth: Challenging the Serendipity and Emptiness of Past Landscapes through the dissemination of 30 years of archaeological research in the Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire, England
    W. David BAMMAN and Gregory CRANE, Project Perseus, Tufts Univ: New Questions for Old Data: Information Technology as Catalyst for New Possibilities and Combinations of Teaching and Research with Historical Languages.
Feb 12: Bob BELL: E-Ris (E-Resources for Industry Studies).
    Also Clifford LYNCH: Evolving Roles of Subject and Institutional Repositories.
Feb 19: Nick DOTY, Ryan GREENBERG, Julián LIMÓN NÚÑEZ, Hyunwoo PARK, Ljuba MILJKOVIC, and Abe COFFMAN: IO Lab Showcase Redux.
Feb 26: Ray LARSON: Bringing Lives to Light: Biography in Context -- A Retrospective.
Mar 5: Ben SHNEIDERMAN, Univ of Maryland: A National Initiative for Technology-Mediated Social Participation.
Mar 12: Michael BUCKLAND: Information, Knowledge, and I-Studies.
Mar 19: David S. H. ROSENTHAL, Stanford University Libraries: Stepping Twice Into the Same River
Mar 26: Spring break. No seminar meeting.
Apr 2: Short Reports: Bob BELL: E-Ris (E-Resources for Industry Studies): Progress report. Ray LARSON: New NEH Project on Archival Name Extraction and Disambiguation. Noah KERSEY & Michael BUCKLAND: New Context Finder. Michael BUCKLAND: New Mellon Project on Editors' and Curators' Notes. Apr 9: Alan INOUYE, Director, Office for Information Technology Policy, American Library Association: Information Policy and Politics in the Obama Administration.
Apr 16: Thomas TUNSCH, Berlin: The Wikimedia@MW2010 Workshop.
    Ingeborg & Arne SØLVBERG, Trondheim, Norway: Knowledge Management in Times of IT Revolutions.
Apr 23: Clifford LYNCH: Citizen Science and Citizen Humanities in the Age of Cyberinfrastructure.
    Eric KANSA: Carrots, Sticks, and Web Publishing of Scientific Data: Open Context in Context.
    The Seminar will continue in the Fall semester on August 27.

Spring 2010 summaries.   Fall 2009 schedule and summaries.   Fall 2010 schedule and summaries.