Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar on Information Access:
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2019.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Presentation
FRIDAY AFTERNOON SEMINAR ON INFORMATION ACCESS.
South Hall 107, Fridays 3-5 pm. Everyone interested is welcome!
Jan 25: Clifford LYNCH: Climate Change and Some Possible Surprises.
Feb 1: Catherine MARSHALL: The Times They Are A-Changin': The Influence of
Scandal and Experience on Users’ Attitudes to Social Media Data
Feb 8: Michael BUCKLAND: Information Flows and Cultural Disruption.
Feb 15: Mark GRAHAM, The Internet Archive: What's New with the
Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine?
Feb 22: Rosalie LACK, UCLA: UCLA Library – International
Partnerships and Projects.
Mar 1: Wayne de FREMERY: Computational Bibliography
and the Sociology of Data.
Mar 8: Hany FARID: The Accuracy, Fairness, and Limits of Predicting
Mar 15: Günter WAIBEL and John CHODACKI, California Digital Library:
Community-Owned Data Publishing: CDL’s new partnership with Dryad.
Mar 22: Daniel KLUTTZ: AI, Professionals, and Professional Work: The
Practice of Law with Automated Decision Support Technologies.
Mar 29: Spring Break: No Seminar meeting.
Michael BUCKLAND: Connecting Needs, Documentation, and
Clifford LYNCH: New Marketplace Structures for Cultural
Products and Implications for Stewardship.
Apr 12: Nicole HADASSAH-VALDEZ: Augmented Reality and The Public.
4:10 pm: In DOCAM'S Footsteps. North American
premiere of a documentary film
Apr 19: Jeffrey MACKIE-MASON: Moving towards open scholarship: UC,
Elsevier and all the rest.
Apr 26: AnnaLee SAXENIAN: The I School in 2019: Where we've been and
where we're going. Video
May 3: Yasunori SAITO: My research interests.
Michael BUCKLAND: The Concept of Context.
May 10: Clifford LYNCH: Changing Production and Distribution
Systems for Mass-Market Cultural Materials and Implications
for Stewardship: The case of Video Materials.
May 17: Muhammad Raza KHAN: Machine Learning for the Developing
World using Mobile Communication Metadata.
The Seminar will resume in the Fall semester.
Fall 2018 schedule and summaries.