Columbus, Ohio

Hyatt Regency Columbus
350 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio, USA 43215
Tel: (614)  463-1234

Posters


Presenting posters of new and promising work is an exciting way to be involved with the conference.  Presenters will have the opportunity to show off their research and design projects in a briefly worded and attractive display where they’ll receive immediate feedback from conference attendees in an informal setting. Authors click here to view poster format and instructions.  


Poster Session 1, 2, 3
Sunday, Oct. 26 - Tuesday, Oct. 28

POSTER SESSION 1
Sunday, Oct. 26, 3:30-5:30pm (with authors present)
Monday, Oct. 27, 8:30-10:30am

  1. A model of information needs of end-users (MINE) in the electronic information environment, Gashaw Kebede and Abebe Rorissa


  2. A visualization analysis of consumer health information search behavior on obesity, Jin Zhang and Dietmar Wolfram


  3. An Inside Look at Travelers’ Information Suitcase, Bin Li


  4. An investigation of image users across disciplines: A model of image needs, retrieval and use, Joan Beaudoin


  5. Building an Integrated Model of Information Behavior through Information Journals, Bhuva Narayan and Amanda Spink


  6. Children’s Questions About Science: Preliminary Results of an Analysis of Digital Library Reference Questions, Marcia Mardis


  7. College Students’ Perceptions, Motivations and Uses of Wikipedia, Sook Lim


  8. Course Blogging: An Investigation of Instructor and Students’ Use of Blogs, Leo Cao


  9. Exploring the Information-to-Knowledge Experience of English Language Learner (ELL) Students: From the Cognitive, Behavioral and Affective Perspectives, Sung Un Kim


  10. Factors that Influence Users to Leave, Acquire, and Retain Information Items: A Case Study of College Students' Personal Information Management, Christina M. Finneran


  11. Faculty data management practices: A campus-wide census of STEM departments, John D'Ignazio and Jian Qin


  12. How do children construct personal meaning from museum artifacts and how is intrinsic motivation to learning expected to change with contextual variations?, Christine Angel


  13. I Give Up! Five Factors that Contribute to the Abandonment of Information Management Strategies, Elisabeth Jones, Harry Bruce, Predrag Klasnja and William Jones


  14. Information Work in the Chronic Illness Experience, Maria Souden


  15. Informational uses of information: a theoretical synthesis, Jarkko Kari


  16. Is The Google Generation Information Literate? A Case Study, Zorana Ercegovac


  17. Measuring Academic Library Users’ Acceptance of Open Access Systems, Yunfei Du


  18. Message and Messenger: The Carrier Effect on Judgments of Credibility, Paul Aumer-Ryan and Katherine Aumer-Ryan


  19. Past Futures and Technoscientific Innovation: The Mutual Shaping of Science Fiction and Science Fact, Kenneth R. Fleischmann and Thomas Clay Templeton


  20. Remote Users in Our Midst: Insights from the Archival Metrics Project, Magia Krause


  21. Searcher Adaptation: A Response to Topic Difficulty, Catherine L Smith


  22. Searching for Uses and Users in Gene Ontology Research, W. John MacMullen


  23. The Intersection of Information Behavior and Coping Among Women Undergoing Breast Lump Diagnosis, Ellen Rubenstein


  24. Undergraduates’ source selection behavior: A correspondence analysis, Eun-Young Yoo and Kyung-Sun Kim


  25. Value Considerations in an Information Ecology: Printed Materials, Service Providers and Homeless Young People, Jill Palzkill Woelfer, Megan Wei-Man Yeung, Candice Gail Erdmann and David G. Hendry


  26. Web ecology: Information needs of different user groups in the context of a community college website, Borchuluun Yadamsuren, Anindita Paul, Jiazhen Wang, Xin Wang and Sanda Erdelez


  27. “What Kind(s) of Tool Is It?” – How Do University Faculty & Other Stakeholders Make Sense of Institutional Repositories in University Settings, Chi-Shiou Lin


  28. Peer Review and Secrecy in the "Information Age", Maureen Weicher

 

POSTERS SESSION 2
Monday, Oct. 27, 1:30-5:00pm (with authors present 1:30-2:30pm)

  1. A Conceptual Framework for Improving Information Retrieval in Folksonomy using Library of Congress Subject Headings, Kwan Yi


  2. Adapting Drupal Content Management System as a Digital Library Application, Tony Moore


  3. Advancing Social Science Research by Applying Computational Linguistics, An-Shou Cheng, Kenneth R. Fleischmann, Ping Wang and Douglas W. Oard


  4. Anatomy of Context: A Framework Analysis for Archival Knowledge Organization, Amelia Abreu


  5. Browsing for Trout: Experments on Purpose & Context, Brian O'Connor


  6. Categorical comparison between user-supplied tags and Web search queries for images, EunKyung Chung and JungWon Yoon


  7. Coherent Knowledge Structure and Theory-Based Approach to Categorization, Shimelis Assefa


  8. Computer Supported Workflow for Cataloging and Management in Digital Libraries, Weimao Ke, Javed Mostafa and Gayathri Athreya


  9. Dealing with Spam: Some Observations and Recommendations, Samuel Martin and Christopher Lueg


  10. Designing a Community-Based Emergency Communication System: Requirements and Implications, Philip Fei Wu, Yan Qu, Ken Fleischmann, Jennifer Golbeck, Paul Jaeger, Jenny Preece and Ben Shneiderman


  11. Does tagging really work?, Wooseob Jeong


  12. Evidence of Term-Structure Differences among Folksonomies and Controlled Indexing Languages, Benjamin Good and Joseph Tennis


  13. Finding and Providing Context, Michael Buckland, Ray R. Larson and Ryan Shaw


  14. Fishing in Query Pools for Task Representations, Elaine G Toms, Sandra Toze, Heather O'Brien, Luanne Freund and Chris Jordan


  15. FRBR and the 'Known-Item' Search, Allyson Carlyle and Samantha Becker


  16. FRBR Applied to Scientific Data, Joseph Hourcle


  17. Making Faceted Classification More Acceptable on the Web, Yunseon Choi


  18. Maximizing Transformation Between People and Information using Ontology: Discovering Anaerobic Microbiology Through Ontological Relationships, Myongho Yi and Cecelia Brown


  19. Mediated Information Retrieval in Web searching, Hyuk-Jin Lee


  20. Mining Maps of Information Objects: An Exploratory Ontological Excursion, Sergey Zherebcevsky, Michiko Tanaka, David Jank, Richard Smiraglia and Stephen Stead


  21. Personal Digital Information: What? Where? Why? Content types, Storage locations, and Motivations -- Implications for Long Term Preservation, Andrea Japzon


  22. Searching with Tags: Do Tags Help Users Find Things?, Margaret E.I. Kipp


  23. The Role of Tags in Information Retrieval Interaction, Yong-Mi Kim


  24. User Satisfaction versus Retrieval Effectiveness in Interactive Retrieval, Hongyan Ma


  25. Using Wikipedia To Make Web Pages More Readable, Chris Jordan and Carolyn Watters


  26. Visiting human errors in interacting with IR systems from decision making perspective, Yan Zhang


  27. Visualizing Multi-Agent Collaboration for Classification of Information, Weimao Ke and Javed Mostafa


  28. Web CLIR: an exploratory study of Google's new tool, Haidar Moukdad


  29. Web Searching Model: Integrating Multitasking, Cognitive Coordination and Cognitive Shifts, Jia Du and Amanda Spink


  30. When Digital Objects Change -- Exactly What Changes?, Allen Renear, David Dubin and Karen Wickett

 

POSTER SESSION 3
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 8:30am-1:00pm (with authors present 8:30-10:30am)

  1. A Semantic Interface for Post Secondary Education Programs, Eduardo Torres Schumann, Levin Brunner, Klaus U. Schulz and Christoph Ringlstetter


  2. A study on the level of interest-sharing in a social bookmarking site, Jung Sun Oh


  3. An Issue of Granularity: Decomposing Redesigned Courses on Different Levels of Details, Fei Li, Serhiy Polyakov, Svetlana Barnes, William Moen and Hong Xu


  4. Assessing Information Utilization for Transforming Knowledge: An Applied Method for Informal Educational Settings, Nora J. Bird


  5. Babies in Bathtubs: Public Views of Private Behaviors Represented in the Flickr Domain, Jacob Kramer-Duffield and Carolyn Hank


  6. Collaboration Networks in a Public Service Model: Dimensions of Effectiveness in Theory and in Practice, Barbara Schultz-Jones and Nancy Cheung


  7. Documenting the cultural progress of Puerto Rico in the early twentieth century, Asim Qayyum


  8. Ecovillages and Information Technology: Negotiating Sustainability, Lisa P. Nathan


  9. Evaluating Health Answers in a Social Q&A Site, Soojung Kim, Sanghee Oh and Jung Sun Oh


  10. Game Scholar: Do We Need a Reference Database for Video Game Research?, Gary Geisler, Paul Stenis, Jesse Martinez and Allison King


  11. Gene's Worlds: Comparing Eugene Garfield's co-Citation and tri-Citation Image PFNets over time, Katherine McCain


  12. History and Information Essences in/of LIS Education, Nathan Johnson


  13. How are Libraries Supporting Gaming: A Pilot Exploration, Scott Nicholson


  14. Identifying Reusable Resources in Digital Reference Answers, Jeffrey Pomerantz, Stephanie Haas and Eliah Hecht


  15. International ICT Policy Frameworks: A Multi-country Case Study of Success in Interactivity, Mobility, Convertibility, Connectivity, Ubiquity, and Globalization, Jefrey Naidoo


  16. Legal discovery: Does domain expertise matter?, Efthimis Efthimiadis and Mary Hotchkiss


  17. Mapping Collaborative Information Processes to Stages of Group Development, Sandra Toze and Elaine Toms


  18. Modeling Cultural Acquisition in Online Social Networks, Frederic Stutzman and Jacob Kramer-Duffield


  19. Modes of Technical Support in Open Source Software – Peer to Peer Digital Knowledge Creation, Sharing and Re-Use, Vandana Singh


  20. One degree, three streams: three populations?, Joan Cherry, Wendy Duff, Nalini Singh and Luanne Freund


  21. Project Share: A Superordinate Online Rural Community, Janet Capps, Sarah Howard, J. Michael Spector, Karen DeMeester and Jonathan McKeown


  22. REVENCYT and BDTV: Venezuelan Initiatives on Digital Libraries, N. Fabiola Rosales, Marlene Bauste, Fernando Rodríguez and Francisco León


  23. Six Degrees of Scholarship, Jan Buzydlowski


  24. Technology Use in Meetings: Information Handling & Polychronicity, Lisa Kleinman


  25. The Analysis of Online Communities using Interactive Content-based Social Networks, Anatoliy Gruzd and Caroline Haythornthwaite


  26. The Archival Metrics Toolkit: Development and Implementation, Elizabeth Yakel, Wendy Duff, Joan Cherry, Helen Tibbo and Aprille McKay


  27. The Educators Coop: A Virtual World Model for Real World Collaboration, Leslie Jarmon and Joe Sanchez


  28. The Emotive Effect of Narrative Approach, Yan Wu

  29. The Potential Role of ILS Schools in Educating Medical Informationists, Barbara Wildemuth, Peggy Schaeffer, Claudia Gollop, Connie Schardt and Patricia Thibodeau


  30. Toward Successful Institutional Repositories: Listening to IR Staff’s Experiences, Beth St. Jean, Soo Young Rieh, Karen Markey, Elizabeth Yakel and Jihyun Kim