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FRIDAY, Oct. 22
8:30-12:30 Seminar:  SKOS-2-HIVE:   Part 1:  Introductory Session:  SKOS-2-HIVE
1:30-5:30 Seminar:  SKOS-2-HIVE:   Part 2:  Implementing HIVE
1:00-5:00 Seminar:  Taxonomy Tools:  Requirements and Capabilities
SATURDAY, Oct. 23
9:00-5:00 Seminar:  Getting Started with Business Taxonomy Design
9:00-5:00 Seminar:  Sense-Making Methodology Interviewing Tutorial: Approaches for Research, Practice, Pedagogy, and Design
SUNDAY, Oct. 24
8:30 SIG Cabinet Meeting
10:00 Chapter Assembly Meeting
12:00 New Members / 1st Time Attendees Brunch
1:00

Keynote Speaker: Lucy Suchman
Restoring Information's Body

3:30-5:00 Interactive Information Retrieval
Perspectives on Adaptivity in Information Retrieval Interaction (PAIRI)



Knowledge Organization Knowledge Organization: Evaluating Foundation and Function in the Information Ecosystem


Human Values
Developing a Meta-Inventory of Human Values

Technology Development with an Agenda: Interventions to Emphasize Values in Design

Investigating Multi-Label Classification for Human Values

The Impact of User Experience Levels on Web Credibility Judgments
Health Information
A Sense-Making Approach to Making Sense of Mixed Health Information

Dissecting the Pre-Handoff Chart Biopsy: Information Seeking in the Electronic Health Record

Helping You to Help Me: Exploring Supportive Interaction in Online Health Community



Scholarly Publishing
A Lucrative Seat at the Table: Are Editorial Board Members Generally Over-Cited in Their Own Journals?

Measuring Scholarly Impact in Heterogeneous Networks

Journal Clustering Through Interlocking Editorship Information










 

5:00-7:00 Student Design Competition Kick-off Meeting
5:30 Leadership Development (free, but registration required)
5:30 Committee Meetings - Nominations, Constitution & Bylaws, Standards, AM2010/AM2011
7:00 Welcome Reception

MONDAY, Oct. 25

8:30-10.00 Collaborative Science
Information Challenges in Collaborative Science
Repository Services & Intellectual Property
From Education to Preservation: Emerging Institutional Repository Services in the Scholarship Lifecycle

Interactive Information Retrieval
An Exploration of the Relationships between Work Tasks and Users’ Interaction Performance

Predicting Task Difficulty for Different Task Types

Analysis and Evaluation of Query Reformulations in Different Task Types

 

Knowledge Organization
Organizing Knowledge the Chinese Way

Four Epistemological Views of Information Organization Behavior on Personal Computers

Rule Categories for Collection/Item Metadata Relationships
Information Behavior
All the World’s a Stage: Making Sense of Shakespeare


Incidental Exposure to Online news

Routines That Ease the Pain: The Information World of a Dialysis Clinic

How Historians use Historical Newspapers

 
10:30-12:00 Information Science as Discipline
Information Science in Europe

Social Computing
Role of Online Communities in Recent Responses to Disasters – Tsunami, China, Haiti, and Katrina
Interactive Information Retrieval
Questions are Content: A Taxonomy of Questions in a Microblogging Environment


Developing a Detailed View of Query Reformulation: One Step in an Incremental Approach

Beyond Text Querying and Ranking List: How People are Searching Through Faceted Catalogs in Two Library Environments
Content
Are Self-Assessments Reliable Indicators of Topic Knowledge?

A Taxonomy of Functional Units for Information Use of Scholarly Journal Articles

On Deception and Deception Detection: Content Analysis of Computer-Mediated Stated Beliefs
Workplace
How Do Public Library Administrators Generate and Evaluate Ideas for New Services? A Proposed Model Based on Evidence from Cuyahoga County Public Library

Information Practices of Disaster Preparedness Professionals in Multidisciplinary Groups

Weaving the “Mobile Web” in the Context of ICT4D: A Preliminary Exploration of the State of the Art

 
12:30 Committee Meetings - Leadership Development, Student Chapter Advisors, Education, Membership, Awards and Honors, International Relations, Publications
1:30-3:00 Information Science as Discipline
Repositioning Information Science

Image Seeking, Retrieval & Use
A Comparison of a Conventional Taxonomy with a 3D Visualization for use by Children

ImageSieve: Exploratory Search of Museum Archives with Named Entity-Based Faceted Browsing

Investigating Variation in Querying Behavior for Image Search on the Web
Information Sharing
Resource Acquisition, Sharing, and Use in Intelligent Information Access: An Investigation of the Researchers

Twitter for City Police Department Information Sharing

Emergency Knowledge Management and Social Media Technologies: A Case Study of the 2010 Haitian Earthquake

Digital Collections
Beyond Size and Search: Building Contextual Mass in Digital Aggregations for Scholarly Use

Digital Cultural Collections in an Age of Reuse and Remixes

Conceptualizing Large-Scale Information Access Efforts: The Case for Historical Context

More Savvy Than We Can Hope To Be: A Generational Lens on ICTs in the Changing Workplace
Video Presentations  
3:30-5:00 Standards
Linked Data - Enabling Standards and Other Approaches
Information Behavior
Children and Young People with Disabilities: breaking New Grounds and Bridging Information Worlds

Funding IS Research -- the Grants

Knowledge Organization
Comparison of Categorization Criteria Across Image Genres

Exploration of Adoption of Preservation Metadata in Cultural Heritage Institutions: Case of PREMIS

Encoded Descriptions at Face Value
Informetrics
Childhood Vaccinations and Autism, 1998-2010: Expert Domains in Formation Information Exchanges

Mapping the Highly Collaborative Stem Cell Research Field: Adding Last Author Based Analysis to the Author Co-Citation Analysis Family

International Collaboration and Counting Inflation in the Assessment of National Research Productivity
 
6:00 President's Reception Featuring Poster Authors [full list of Poster Presentations]
8:00 International Reception
TUESDAY, Oct. 26
8:00 Chapter Assembly Planning Breakfast, Bulletin Advisory, AM2012 History
8:30-10:00 Interactive Information Retrieval
Testing Children's Information Retrieval systems: Challenges in a New Era
Researching the Virtual Organization
Information Science Approaches to Studying Virtual Organizations
Industry
Navigating the Information World: Industry Speaks
User Perception & Evaluation
A Diary Study of Credibility Assessment in Everyday Life Information Activities on the Web: Preliminary Findings

The Goldilocks Effect: Task-Centered Assessments of E-Government Information

Crowdsourcing Credibility: The Impact of Audience Feedback on Web Page Credibility
Information Behavior
Exploring Information Seeking Processes in Collaborative Search Tasks

"I'm Scared to Look.  But I'm Dying to Know": Information Seeking and Sharing on Pro-Ana Weblogs

Beyond Everyday Life: Information Seeking Behavior in Deeply Meaningful and Profoundly Personal Contexts


 

10:30-11:30 History of IST
Trends and Issues in the History of Information Science and Technology and the ASIS&T History fund Awards Showcase
Knowledge Organization
FRBR Implementation and User Research
Student Design Competition Information Behavior
High School Senior's Social Network and Other ICT Use Preferences and Concerns

Media Awareness in the Age of New Media: A Case Study of Primary 4 Students in Hong Kong
Search Interface
Emergency Medical Residents' Use of Google for Answering Clinical Questions in the Emergency Room

Mobile Phone Search for Library Catalogs

Triggering Memories with Online Maps

The Revisit Rack: Grouping Web Search Thumbnails for Optimal Visual Recognition

 

 

12:00 Awards Luncheon
2:00-3:30 Student Award Papers

Health Information
Listening to Patients: How Understanding Health Information use Can Contribute to Health Literacy Constructs
Evaluation in IR
New Measures for the Evaluation of Information Retrieval Systems: Normalized Task Completion Time and Normalized User Effectiveness

The Use of relevance Criteria During Predictive Judgment: An Eye Tracking Approach

A User Study of Relevance Judgments for E-Discovery
Social Issues
How and Why Scholars Cite on Twitter

Katz Out of the Bag: The Broader Privacy Ramifications of using Facebook

Trust in Social Q&A: The Impact of Text and photo Cues of Expertise

"You Are Not Alone": Effects of Highlighting Social Aspects on Responsiveness, Joining, and Profile Information Sharing in an Information Portal
Knowledge Organization
Bootstrapping Location relations from Text

Perspectives on Geographic Location: The Muslim West in Two Classification Systems

Definitions of Dataset in the Scientific and Technical Literature

Crowdsourcing the Indexing of Film and Television Media
4:00-5:00 Information Science for the Humanities
Integrating Informatics in Humanities Activities and Research

Trust
Authority and Trust in Information

Rethinking "Information"
A New Perspective on Twitter Hashtag Use: Diffusion of Innovation Theory

Information as Discursive Construct

Modeling Individual-level Information Behavior: A Person-in-Environment (PIE) Framework
Information Use in Learning
Learning Materials Reusability in Higher Education: Elements for Design Digital Collections From a Knowledge Management Perspective

Constructionist Learning in Digital Archives Education: Student Perceptions of Effectiveness

Learning Tacit Knowledge in Life Science Graduate Programs in Taiwan
Knowledge Management
The Post Nonaka Concept of Ba: Eclectic Roots, Evolutionary Paths and Future Advancements

The Use of Research Methodologies in the Knowledge Management Literature
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5:00 Annual Business Meeting (all welcome)
6:00 Alumni Reception
8:00 SIG CON 
 
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 27
8:30-12:30 Workshop:  Current Research and Thinking in Image Analysis, Descriptions, and Systems (SIG VIS)
8:30-12:30 Workshop:  Intercultural Information Ethics in the Global Information Ecosystem: Opportunities and Challenges (SIG III)
8:30-3:45 Workshop:  What in the World are We Talking About?  The Differences that Definitions Make in Core Concepts (SIGs SI & USE)
8:30-5:00 Workshop:  Defining the Limits of Classification Research and Practice (SIG CR)
9:00-5:00 Workshop:  Assessing Research Data Needs at Your Institution (SIG DL)
1:30-5:30 Workshop:  Educating Information Professionals Around the World (SIGs III & ED)