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In-Person Posters

MONDAY, 31 OCTOBER
5:45 PM-6:45 PM (EDT)
Grand Ballroom 2, Ballroom Level, Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown

A Multi-Methodological Assessment of the Role of Alabama’s Public Libraries to Address the Opioid Crises
Bharat Mehra, Misha Viehouser, and Baheya Jaber, University of Alabama, USA

 

A Preliminary Analysis between Available and Shared Resources for the Lebanese Job Crisis
Christy Khoury, Syracuse University, USA

 

A Preliminary Analysis of Geography of Collaboration in Data Papers
Pei-Ying Chen, Indiana University Bloomington, USA; Kai Li, Renming University of China, People's Republic of China; Chenyue Jiao, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

 

A Preliminary Analysis of Outreach Librarian’s Knowledge and Skills
Yunfei Du and Sephra Byrne, University of North Texas, USA

 

A Survey of Undergraduate Engineering Students’ Personal Information Management Practices
Samuel Dodson, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA

 

A User Study in a Pandemic: Some Lessons Learned
Kristine Rogers and Douglas Oard, University of Maryland, College Park, USA; Emily Trubey, Florida, USA

 

Academic Casualization, Precarity, and Information Practices: A Scoping Review
Rebekah Willson and Owen Stewart-Robertson, McGill University, Canada; Heidi Julien, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA; Lisa Given, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia 

 

Analysis of Acknowledgments of Libraries in the Journal Literature Using Machine Learning
David Hubbard and Qiaoyu Tan, Texas A&M University, USA; Xia Hu, Rice University, USA; Sierra Laddusaw, University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, USA

 

Applying Positive Psychology's Subjective Well-Being to Online Interactions
Nicole Delellis, Dominique Kelly, Yifan Liu, Alex Mayhew, Yimin Chen, Sarah Cornwell, and Victoria Rubin, University of Western Ontario, Canada

 

Are Virtual Reference Color and Gender Blind? Service Equality Revisited
Megan Vladoiu and Pnina Fichman, Indiana University, USA 

 

Census Racial Metadata: Categories Used for Different Racial Groups Across Countries and Time
Siyao Cheng, and Michael Twidale, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA 

 

Children’s Interest, Search, and Knowledge: A Pilot Analysis of a STEM Maker Workshop
Yong Ju Jung and Jiqun Liu, University of Oklahoma, USA

 

Civic Data Education Series: Developing Civic Data Literacies to Serve Communities
Eleanor Mattern and Marcia Rapchak, University of Pittsburgh, USA

 

Collection Development Policies for Special Collections at Selected Academic Libraries
James Faulkner III and Jeonghyun {Annie} Kim, University of North Texas, USA

 

COVID-19 Tweet Links: A Preliminary Investigation of Type and Relevance
Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Chei Sian Lee, Han Zheng, and Yin Leng Theng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

Data Care as Conversation: A Resource to Support Dialogue, Decision Making, and Design Activities That Respect Newcomer Communities and their Data
Saguna Shankar and Lisa Nathan, University of British Columbia, Canada

 

Educating the “Middle”: Public Library Support of Sustainable Development Goal 4
Africa Hands and Rose Candela, East Carolina University, USA

 

Engagement for Good or Ill: Comparing Characteristics of Co-Creative and Co-Destructive Online Communities
Yimin Chen, Sarah Cornwell, Nicole Delellis, Dominique Kelly, Yifan Liu, Alex Mayhew, and Victoria Rubin, University of Western Ontario, Canada

 

Envisioning Ethical Mass Influence Systems
Alex Mayhew, Yimin Chen, Sarah Cornwell, Nicole Delellis, Dominique Kelly, Yifan Liu, and Victoria Rubin, University of Western Ontario, Canada

 

Equipping Students and Beyond with Sound COVID-19 Knowledge to Survive and Thrive Despite the Pandemic
Man Yi Helen Chan, Sam Chu, The University of Hong Kong, People's Republic of China; Bhakti Gala, Central University of Gujarat, India; Md. Anwarul Islam, University of Dhaka, People's Republic of Bangladesh; Syeda Hina Batool, University of the Punjab, Pakistan; Raj Kumar Bhardwaj, St. Stephen’s College Delhi, India; Prasadi Kanchana Jayasekara, University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka; Manika Lamba, University of Delhi, India

 

Evaluating Visitor Engagement Through Instagram: A Case Study of the One with Eternity: Yayoi Kusama in the Hirshhorn Collection
Jinyi Kim and Myeong Lee, George Mason University, USA

 

Examining Transparency, Due Diligence, and Digital Inclusion as Resilient Values for Provenance Research Work
Sarah Buchanan and Jane Bartley, University of Missouri, USA; Danielle Bennett, The Menil Collection, USA; Elizabeth Campbell, University of Denver, USA; Jinfang Niu, University of South Florida, USA; Victoria Reed, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, USA

 

Factors Influencing Criminologists’ Open Research Data Practices: Trust, Contract, and Value
Yi-Ru Shih, Academy for the Judiciary, Taiwan; Yu-Ju Yang, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Wei Jeng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

 

Game Development as Speculative Design: Teaching Data Science Ethics Using Decentralized Research Groups
Mimi Byun, Sarah Evans, and Diana Rojas-Ponce, University of North Texas, USA; Bernease Herman and Cecilia Aragon, University of Washington, USA

 

Give or Take? Conceptualizations of Data and Its Creation in Information Science
Laura Ridenour and Heather Moulaison-Sandy, University of Missouri, USA

 

Google Scholar Metrics: Assessing LIS Researchers' Scholarship in a Developing Country
Md. Anwarul Islam, University of Dhaka, People's Republic of Bangladesh; Ahmadul Islam Howlader, Nuclear Power Plant Company, People's Republic of Bangladesh; Prodip Roy, RMIT University, Australia

 

How Does Adult Digital Literacy Curricula Address Problematic Information?
Charles Bugre and Stacey Wedlake, University of Washington, USA

 

How Does Awe Fuel Information Seeking? A Mixed-Methods, Virtual Reality Study
Alex Urban, University of Missouri, USA 

 

Implementing Virtual Reality Training for Librarians: Supporting Patrons in Crisis
Catherine Dumas, Rachel Williams, and Joanna Flanagan, Simmons University, USA; Lukasz Porwol, National University of Ireland at Galway, Ireland

 

Intertwining Search and Non-Search Activities During Cross-Session Search Tasks
Yuan Li and Rob Capra, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

 

Investigating the Relationship between In-Situ User Expectations and Web Search Behavior
Ben Wang and Jiqun Liu, University of Oklahoma, USA

 

Librarians’ Conceptions of Expertise: An Intersectional Exploration
Deborah Hicks, San Jose State University, USA; Amy VanScoy and Heidi Julien, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA

 

Making a Cocoon: The Social Factors of Pandemic Misinformation Evaluation
Yi Wan and Kim Thompson, University of South Carolina, USA

 

Nudging Learning Behaviour: A Systematic Review
Kok Khiang Lim and Chei Sian Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

On the Reliability of Funding Acknowledgements as Research Data: Evidence from Astronomy
Gretchen Stahlman, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA 

 

Parasitic Knowledge Infrastructures: Data Reuse by Anthropogenic Climate Change Skeptics
Morgan Wofford, University of Michigan, USA 

 

Perception and Use of COVID Contact Tracing Mobile Applications in New York State (NYS)
Xiaojun {Jenny} Yuan, Yvonne Dadson, DeeDee Bennett Gayle, and Ellie Jung, University at Albany, SUNY, USA

 

Performance, Usability, and User Experience of Rayyan for Systematic Reviews
Fei Yu, Chuanrui Liu, and Selina Sharmin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

 

Persuasion in Audio-based Social Media: A Clubhouse Interview Study
Lu Xiao, Yueyue Wang, and Xinyi Wei, Syracuse University, USA

 

Professional Development: Perception Among School Librarians
Moses Munyao, University of Oklahoma, USA 

 

"Prove It!" A User-Centered Design Client for the Blockchain-Based Research Lifecycle Transparency Framework
Yun-Chi Chang, Li-Fei Kung, Hsu-Chun Hsiao, and Wei Jeng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

 

Quantifying Individual Research’s Distance from the Trends Based on Dynamic Topic Modeling
Jie Meng, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, People's Republic of China; Wen Lou, East China Normal University, People's Republic of China; Jiangen He, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA

 

Researchers’ Trends, Intentions, and Awareness, Towards Publications in Open Access
Noa Aharony, Bar-Ilan University, Israel; Shlomit Hadad, The Open University of Israel and Bar-Ilan University, Israel;

 

Rethinking Algorithmic Fairness in the Context of Information Access
Emmanuel Udoh and Xiaojun {Jenny} Yuan, University at Albany, SUNY, USA; Abebe Rorissa, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA

 

Revisiting Connotations of Digital Humanists
Rongqian Ma, Indiana University Bloomington, USA 

 

Screen Media Modeling & Mentoring: Parent’s Views
Evelyn Cox, June Abbas, and Moses Munyao, University of Oklahoma, USA; Denise Agosto, Drexel University, USA

 

Seeing Resilience in Students: Information Literacy as a Social Practice for Academic Instruction Librarians
Logan Rath, SUNY Brockport, USA 

 

Self-Disclosure of Mentally Ill Individuals in Private Facebook Groups: The Means-End Chain Model
Nava Rothschild and Noa Aharony, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

Sensitively Describing Objects Made to Represent Humans: A Case Study of Dolls at the Strong National Museum of Play
Ann Graf, Simmons University, USA 

 

Student Internships in the Time of Crisis: How IT Companies Cope with New Challenges and Opportunities
Tomislav Jakopec and Donata Szombathely, University of Osijek, Croatia; Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić, University of Zadar, Croatia

 

Sustainable Development Goals and Public Libraries: An Exploratory Study in a Developing Country
Md. Anwarul Islam, University of Dhaka, People's Republic of Bangladesh; Sultana Rafia, Ministry of Cultural Affairs, People's Republic of Bangladesh; Gunilla Widen, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

  

“The Long Journey Home”: A Case Study of Learning Japanese American Internment History Using Natural Language Processing
Yingying Han, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; Roopesh Maganti and Haihua Chen, University of North Texas, USA

 

Towards a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Competency Framework: A Content Analysis of Visible DEI Efforts on LIS Associations’ Websites
Rong Tang, Zhan Hu, and Bianca Pallo, Simmons University, USA

 

Towards Data-Driven GIM Tools: Two Prototypes
Jesse Dinneen and Helen Bubinger, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany; Sascha Donner, Evana, Germany; Jwen Fai Low, McGill University, Canada; Maja Krtalić, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

 

Transitioning Towards Sustainability: The Information Practices of Sustainable Food Consumers
Xiaotong Du, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA 

 

United for Justice? A Critical Review of Social Justice Research in Information Science and Technology
Zhasmina Tacheva and Sepideh Namvarrad, Syracuse University, USA

 

Using Textual Analysis Tools to Identify Trends in Privacy Concern Research
Maor Weinberger, Bar-Ilan University, Israel; Dan Bouhnik, Bar-Ilan University and Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel

 

Visual Semantics of Memes: (Re)Interpreting Memetic Content and Form for Information Studies
Alexander Smith, Jasmina Tacheva, and Jeff Hemsley, Syracuse University, USA

 

Who Talked About What Regarding Derek Chauvin’s Trial? A Work-in-Progress Analysis
Yiran Duan, Jeff Hemsley, Alexander Smith, LaVerne Gray, and Dhwani Gandhi, Syracuse University, USA