“A Family Like Ours”: Demographic Variations in Information Seeking Behavior and Community Participation Among Parents of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Amelia Gibson and Samantha Kaplan, both of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Coded Schoolhouse: Tablet Computers in Every Classroom. Roderic Crooks, University of
California, Los Angeles

Pre-Discussion’s Note-Taking in Hidden Profile Tasks. Lu Xiao, University of Western Ontario, Canada, and Richelle Witherspoon, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Information Sharing as Story Construction in Group Decision Making. Lu Xiao, University of Western Ontario, Canada, and Richelle Witherspoon, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Health Information Needs and Seeking Behaviors Among Korean Mothers of Young Children in the United States. Hanseul Stephanie Lee, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Strategic Planning for A Data-Driven, Shared-Access Research Enterprise: Virginia Tech Research Data Assessment and Landscape Study. Yi Shen, Virginia Tech

Extended Date/Time Format (EDTF) in the Digital Public Library of America’s Metadata: Exploratory Analysis. Oksana L. Zavalina, Mark E. Phillips, Daniel G. Alemneh, Hannah Tarver and Priya Kizhakkethil, all of University of North Texas

How and Why Do Users Change Their Assessment of Search Results Over Time? Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet and Judit Bar-Ilan, both of Bar-Ilan University, Israel; and Mark Levin, Birkbeck University, London

Subjective vs. Objective Evaluation of Ontological Statements with Crowdsourcing. Eden Shalom Erez, Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet and Judit Bar-Ilan, all of Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Utilizing Content Moderators to Investigate Critical Factors for Assessing the Quality of Answers on Brainly, Social Learning Q&A Platform for Students: A Pilot Study. Erik Choi, Michal Borkowski, Julien Zakoian, Kent Scholla, Katie Sagan, Crystal Ponti, Michal Labedz and Maciej Bielski, all of Brainly

Exploratory Search in Digital Libraries: A Preliminary Examination of the Use and Role of Interface Features. Lori McCay-Peet and Anabel Quan-Haase, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada; and Dagmar Kern, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Fuzzy Retrieval for Software Reuse. Erin Leigh Colvin and Donald Kraft, Colorado Technical University

Outcomes of Online Parenting Information: An Observational Study Comparing the Perception of Parents with Low vs. Higher Level of Education and Income. Pierre Pluye, Reem El Sherif, Gillian Bartlett, Vera Granikov and Roland Grad, all of McGill University, Canada;  Genevieve Doray and Francois LaGarde, both of Fondation Lucie et André Chagnon, Canada; Christine Loignon, University of Sherbrooke, Canada; and France Bouthillier, McGill University, Canada

Toward a Semantic Stability Index (SSI) via a Preliminary Exploration of Translation Looping. Shahé Navasart Sanentz and Michael Lesk, both of Rutgers University

Designing Disciplinary Identity: An Analysis of the Term “Design” in Library and Information Science Vocabulary. Rachel Ivy Clarke, University of Washington

Health Literacy and Internet- and Mobile App-based Health Services: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Henna Kim and Bo Xie, both of University of Texas at Austin

Toward an Information Management System for Handling Parenting Information Users’ Comments. Reem El Sherif and Paula Bush, both of McGill University; Pascale Roy and Genevieve Doray, both of Fondation Lucie et André Chagnon, Canada; David Li Tang and Pierre Pluye, both of McGill University, Canada, and François Lagarde, Fondation Lucie et André Chagnon, Canada

“Nothing as practical as a good theory.” Does Lewin’s Maxim Still Have Salience in the Applied Social Sciences? Katherine W. McCain, Drexel University

How Does Knowledge Management Affect Service Innovation in Academic Libraries?: A Survey Study. Md. Anwarul Islam, Japan Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Japan; Naresh Kumar Agarwal, Simmons College; and Mitsuru Ikeda, Japan Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Japan

Interdisciplinarity and Information Literacy: Librarians’ Competencies in Emerging Settings of Higher Education. Eystein Gullbekk, University of Oslo and Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway; and Idunn Bøyum and Katriina Byström, both of Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway

What’s Your Epistemology? Quiz Design as a Pedagogical Tool in Library & Information Science Education. Beth Strickland and Emily Lawrence, both of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

News in an Online World: The Need for an Automatic Crap Detector. Yimin Chen, Victoria L. Rubin and Niall J. Conroy, all of University of Western Ontario, Canada

Automatic Deception Detection: Methods for Finding Fake News. Niall J. Conroy, Yimin Chen and Victoria L. Rubin, all of University of Western Ontario, Canada

Deception Detection for News: Three Types of Fakes. Victoria L. Rubin, Niall J. Conroy and Yimin Chen, all of University of Western Ontario, Canada

Finding the Privileged Few: Supporting Privilege Review for E-Discovery. Jyothi Keshavan Vinjumur and Douglas Oard, both of University of Maryland, College Park

Body-as-Information: Learning to Listen to the Body in the Context of Chronic Illness. Annie T. Chen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Design and Implementation of System for Exploring Subject Headings. Harumi Murakami, Zhenguo Tang and Atsushi Kurihara, all of Osaka City University, Japan

Examining User-Driven Factors for Intentions to Use Video Digital Libraries. Boryung Ju, Louisiana State University, and Dan Albertson, University of Alabama

Evaluating Answer Quality Across Knowledge Domains: Using Textual and Non-textual Features in Social Q&A. Hengyi Fu, Florida State University; Shuheng Wu, Queens College, City University of New York; and Sanghee Oh, Florida State University

Examining Social Media Use Among Parents of Children with Cancer. Susan LaValley, Elizabeth Gage-Bouchard and Michelle Mollica, all of University at Buffalo; and Lynda Beaupin, Roswell Park Cancer Institute

A Co-citation Analysis: Examining the Intellectual Structure of e-Learning from 1981 to 2014. Chase McCoy, Amy Yu and Sabina Ramazanova, all of Indiana University Bloomington

Culture and Information Architecture: A Study of American and Arab Academic Websites. Houda El Mimouni, Drexel University, and Craig MacDonald, Pratt Institute

Assessing the Popularity of the Top-tier Journals in the LIS Field on Twitter. Yuehua Zhao, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

A Scientometric Comparative Study of Single-walled and Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes Research. Geet Lahoti, Georgia Institute of Technology; Meen Chul Kim, Drexel University; and Jan Youtie, Alan L. Porter, Chuck Zhang, Ben Wang and Diana Hicks, all of Georgia Institute of Technology

Information Sharing in Community Associations: Asian Immigrants’ Experiences. Safirotu Khoir, Jia Tina Du and Andy Koronios, all of University of South Australia, Australia

Deterring the Spread of Misinformation on Social Network Sites: A Social Cognitive Theory-guided Intervention. Xinran Chen, Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Yin-Leng Theng and Chei Sian Lee, all of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Who Uses the Digital Data Archive? An Exploratory Study of DANS. Christine L. Borgman, University of California, Los Angeles; Andrea Scharnhorst and Henk Van den Berg, both of Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, The Netherlands; Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory; and Andrew Treloar, Australian National Data Service, Australia

How Does Citing Behavior for a Scientific Article Change over Time? A Preliminary Study. Chao Lu, Chengzhi Zhang and Shutian Ma, all of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China

Making Dataset Ingest Decisions: A Data Archive’s Appraisal and Selection System Implementation. Chung-Yi Hou, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Matthew Mayernik, NCAR Library; and Robert Dattore and Steve Worley, both of NCAR CISL DSS

Testing Variations Across Contexts in High Quality Information Selection Practices: A Hierarchical Linear Modeling Approach. Min Sook Park, Sanghee Oh and Seunghoo Lim, all of Florida State University

A Real-Time Web Observatory for Cycling Safety: A Tool for Supporting Research and Decision Making of People and Organizations. Roberto González-Ibáñez, Carolina Bonacic and Álvaro Fernández, all of Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile

Quantitative Exploration into the Diffusion Process of Creative Ideas in Economics: Nobel Prize Laureates. Meen Chul Kim, Qing Ping, Yongjun Zhu and Yuanyuan Feng, all of Drexel University

Which VIVO Harvester Queries Best Populate the VIVO Database with Accurate Faculty Publications? Jonathan Eldredge, Philip J. Kroth and Eric Garbin, all of University of New Mexico

Does Author Affiliation Reputation Affect Uncitedness? Wen Lou, Wuhan University, China, and Jiangen He, Drexel University

Hypotheses of Information-Seeking Satisfaction Gaps: Demographics, Sources Usage, and Person-Source Fit. Sei-Ching Joanna Sin and Chei Sian Lee, both of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Development of the Missouri Hub: Preparing for Linked Open Data by Contributing to the Digital Public Library of America. Christopher David Freeland, Washington University in St. Louis, and Heather Lea Moulaison, University of Missouri

Determining Users’ Motivations to Participate in Online Community Archives: A Preliminary Study of Documenting Ferguson. Christopher David Freeland, Washington University in St. Louis, and Kodjo Atiso, University of Missouri

Media Visualization of Book Cover Images: Exploring Differences Among Bestsellers in Different Countries. Wooseob Jeong and Hyejung Han, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Data Informed Learning: A Next Phase Data Literacy Framework for Higher Education. Clarence Maybee, Purdue University, and Lisa D. Zilinski, Carnegie Mellon University

Data Management and Curation Practices: The Case of Using DSpace and Implications. Yin Zhang, Kent State University, and Hsin-liang Chen, Long Island University

Inclusive Museum and Its Impact on Learning of Special Needs Children. Liya Deng, University of South Carolina

Using Syntagmatic Relations to Examine Semantic Communities in User Generated Book Reviews. Kyunghye Yoon and Adam Matthew Bezdicek, both of St. Catherine University

Health Information Use: Preliminary Results from a Systematic Review. Laura Fry, Yleana Santos and Yan Zhang, all of University of Texas at Austin

What Flavors Are Different Types of Scholarly Articles? An Investigation of PLOS Publications. Shenmeng Xu and Bradley M. Hemminger, both of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Evaluating Fan Fiction Metadata for Preservation Use. Ayse Gursoy, University of Texas at Austin

The Research of Mobile Internet User’s Behavior: From the Perspective of Individual’s Regulatory Focus. Peng Zhu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China, and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Wei Wu, Xiaoxiao Zhao and Mengying Xu, all of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China

Online Question Answering Practices to Support Healthcare Data Re-use. Catherine Blake, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Maria Souden, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Caryn L. Anderson and Michael Twidale, both of U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and Jenifer E. Stelmack, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Digital Latin Library: Information Work Practices of Classics Scholars, Graduate Students and Teachers. June Abbas, Renee Baker, Sam Huskey and Chris Weaver, all of University of Oklahoma

Streamlining Metadata for Economic Time Series Data: A Project Report. Genevieve Marie Podleski, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Feature Selection on Heterogeneous Graph. Chun Guo and Xiaozhong Liu, both of Indiana University Bloomington

Expanding an Oil Spill Semantic Relations Taxonomy with a Foreign Policy Semantic Relations Taxonomy. Yejun Wu, Louisiana State University, and Li Yang, Southwest Petroleum University, China

Neighborhood-Level Index of Knowledge and Intellectual Capital. Denise A. D. Bedford, Geoffrey Bible, Gabrielle Brown, Sean Kelley, Justin Kollinger, Emily Sabatiuk and Kelsey Savage, all of Georgetown University

Paradigmatic Relations and Syntagmatic Relations: How Are They Related? Wanying Chiu, Wuhan University, China, and Kun Lu, University of Oklahoma

Agnotology and Information. T. Zachary Frazier, University of South Carolina

Qualitative Analysis of User Experience in a 3D Virtual Environment. Dalma Geszten and Balázs Péter Hámornik, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary; Anita Komlodi, University of Maryland; and Károly Hercegfi and Bálint Szabó, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Evaluating Popularity Data for Relevance Ranking in Library Information Systems. Kim Plassmeier, German National Library for Economics, Germany; Christiane Behnert, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Timo Borst, German National Library for Economics, Germany; Dirk Lewandowski, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Significant Properties of Thematic Research Collections. Katrina Fenlon, University of Illinois

Query-Centric Scientific Topic Evolution Extraction. Scott Jensen, San Jose State University; Yingying Yu, Dalian Maritime University, China; Hans B. Liu, National Institute on Aging; and Xiaozhong Liu, Indiana University

Topical Scopes of Digital and Data Curation Curricula. Seungwon Yang, Louisiana State University

Human Values and Personal Health Records. Kenneth R. Fleischmann, Yan Zhang and Bo Xie, all of University of Texas at Austin

Needs Analysis on the Development of Evidence-Based Practice in an Undergraduate Problem-Based Learning Context. Carla McCaghren Allen and Dinara Saparova, both of University of Missouri

The Nature of Government Tweets for Conveying a Message to the Public. Frances Nichols Bachstein, University of Tennessee

Health Information Triangulation: A Complex and Agentic Practice Among Young Parents. Devon Greyson, University of British Columbia, Canada

“A Gutenberg Moment”: The Do-It-Yourself World of Online Literary Publishing. Rachel Anne Fleming-May, University of Tennessee, and Harriett Green, University of Illinois

Disaster Box. Krista Parham, University of British Columbia, Canada, and T. Zachary Frazier, University of South Carolina

The Guided Tour Technique in Information Science: Explained and Illustrated. Leslie Thomson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Mapping Significance Properties in OAIS: A Case Study with Video Games. Rhiannon Stephanie Bettivia,  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Building Data Expertise into Research Institutions: Preliminary Results. Cheryl Annette Thompson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Visualizing Teacher Tweets: Finding Professional Learning Networks in Topical Networks. Dinah Handel and Jessica Hochman, both of Pratt Institute; and Doris Santoro, Bowdoin College

SOCRATES 2.0: Bridging the Gap Between Researchers and Social Media Data Through Natural Language Interactions. Dongho Choi, Ziad Matni and Chirag Shah, all of Rutgers University

Health Information and Health Literacy: Public Library Practices, Challenges and Opportunities. Ellen L. Rubenstein, University of Oklahoma

Exploring Openness in Data and Science: What is “Open,” to Whom, When, and Why? Irene V. Pasquetto, Ashley E. Sands and Christine L. Borgman, all of University of California, Los Angeles

A Systematic Review of the Literature on Consumers’ Use of Patient Portals: Preliminary Results. Yan Zhang, Kenneth R. Fleischmann, Jin Gao and Bo Xie, all of University of Texas at Austin

Different Geospatial Information Behaviors of New Domestic and International Students. Chi Young Oh and Brian S. Butler, both of University of Maryland

Explore Eye Movement Patterns in Search Result Evaluation and Individual Document Evaluation. Yanyan Wang, Iris Xie and Sukwon Lee, all of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Enhancing User Search Experience in Digital Libraries with Rotated Latent Semantic Indexing. Serhiy Polyakov, Kent State University

Metadata Change in Traditional Library Collections and Digital Repositories: Exploratory Comparative Analysis. Oksana L. Zavalina, Shadi Shakeri and Priya Kizhakkethil, all of University of North Texas

Managing Personal Health Information in the Home: Strategies of Diabetes Patients in the United States and China. Si Sun and Nicholas J. Belkin, both of Rutgers University