Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2015.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Weekly mailing list.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON SEMINAR ON INFORMATION ACCESS.
South Hall 107, Fridays 3-5 pm
Jan 23: Clifford LYNCH: Introductions to the Seminar and Introduction of
Jan 30: Michael BUCKLAND: Improved Access to Humanities Scholars'
Work and to Selected Primary Sources.
Feb 6: Maio Lung SHIH and others: The Hsing Yun Wen Ji Application
Project: Spreading Humanistic Buddhism to the Younger Generation.
Jaap-Henk HOEPMAN, Radboud University Nijmegen,
Netherlands: Privacy and Data Protection by Design.
Feb 13: Seán Ó NUALLÁIN: Intellectual Property and
Other Information Policies in a Small Country.
Feb 20: Michael BUCKLAND: Alternative Strategic Futures for
Feb 27: Sarah KENDERDINE, University of New South Wales,
& Jeffrey SHAW,
City University of Hong Kong: Cultural Data in the Age of Experience.
Mar 6: Catherine MARSHALL, Texas A&M University:
Who owns your Facebook content?
Mar 13: Quinn DOMBROWSKI, Office of the CIO, UC Berkeley:
Making the Most of a Pile of DiRT (Digital Research Tools).
Mar 20: Juliane STILLER, Maria GÄDE & Elke GREIFENEDER, Berlin
School of Library and Information Science, Humboldt University, Berlin:
There is a Thin Line Between Speaking 30 Languages and Gibberish - Semantic
and Multilingual Access in Europeana.
Mar 27: Spring Break. No Seminar meeting.
Apr 3: Clifford LYNCH: Privacy in the world of Analytics,
with emphasis on the Higher Education Environment.
Apr 10: Lisa BÖRJESSON: "...relevant, usable, and accessible
to all...". On Documentation Ideals for Extra-Academic Research,
the Case of Development-led Archaeology.
Apr 17: Clifford LYNCH: Securing Networked Information Resources
and Infrastructure: "Easy" Wins and Longer-Term.
Apr 24: Francisco Balthasar GARCIA MORAN, Visiting Scholar, European
Commission: Towards a New Generation of Digital Public Services Based
May 1: Joan LIPPINCOTT, Coalition for Networked Information:
Supporting Digital Scholarship.
The Seminar will resume in the Fall semester.
Spring 2015 summaries.