School of Information
 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 Studies.
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 in Japan.
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.   Fall 2013 schedule and summaries.   Fall 2014 schedule and summaries.