Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2014.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Weekly mailing list.
Fuller details as available are at Summaries page.
Jan 24: Clifford LYNCH: Introductions. Michael BUCKLAND: Redesigning Reference Works.
Jan 31: Clifford LYNCH: Transitions of Stewardship.
Feb 7: Cathy MARSHALL, Microsoft Research: "A lot has happened on Facebook since you
last logged in": Speculations about the long-term fate of social media.
Feb 14: Ray LARSON, Brian TINGLE, Rachael HU & Yiming LIU:
Social Networks and Archival Context: From R&D Project to Cooperative Program.
Feb 21: Daniel RUSSELL, Google: Mindtools: Why Tools Mean as Much as Data
for Information Literacy.
Feb 28: Jacob HARTNELL: Towards a Revolution in Publishing: Thoughts on a
More Sustainable Future.
Fidelia IBEKWE-SANJUAN, Lyon, France: Methodology in Information
Mar 7: David ROSENTHAL: The Half-Empty Archive.
Mar 14: Clifford LYNCH: Public Access to Results of Federally Funded Research.
Mar 21: Jacob HARTNELL: Towards a Revolution in Publishing: Progress Report.
Michael BUCKLAND: Redesign of Reference Works: Progress Report.
Mar 28: No Seminar meeting: University holiday.
Apr 4: Sebastian BENTHALL: Evaluation of a Data Science Environment.
Apr 11: Neha KUMAR: Mobiles, Media, and the Agency of Indian Youth.
Apr 18: Rob SANDERSON, Stanford Univ. Libraries: Linked Data and Images: Building
Blocks for Digital Cultural Heritage.
Apr 25: Michael BUCKLAND: How Two Graduates of this School Changed Librarianship
May 2: Last scheduled Seminar meeting of the Semester.
Jake HARTNELL: Towards a Revolution in Publishing.
Clifford LYNCH: The Emerging New Calculus of Reader Privacy.
The Seminar will continue in the Fall semester on September 5.
Spring 2014 summaries.