ASIS&T Webinars, your source for online live and on-demand content.
Welcome to ASIS&T Webinars, your source for online live and on-demand content, created by the Association for Information Science & Technology. Our webinars connect you with experts and global thought leaders in information science, management, and business on relevant professional issues.
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May 13, 2015
DCMI Webinar: From 0 to 60 on SPARQL queries in 50 minutes
Introducing Cultural Heritage Informatics into the Curriculum of LIS Education
Marcia Zeng and Karen Gracy
DCMI Webinar: Approaches to Making Dynamic Data Citable
DCMI Webinar: VocBench 2.0: a Web Application for Collaborative Development of Multilingual Thesauri
Caterina Caracciolo and Armando Stellato
Producing Effective Online Programs: Experiences and Lessons Learned (SIG/ED)
Marisa H. Martinez, Jeremy L. McLaughlin, Karen Miller
DCMI Webinar: The Learning Resource Metadata Initiative, describing learning resources with schema.org, and more?
Lorna M. Campbell and Phil Barker
Not All MOOCs Are Created Equal: A Comparative Evaluation of Popular MOOC Platforms
Lee Wlson and Anatoliy Gruzd
ASIS&T’s Social Media Presence: Channels, Communications, and Challenges
Diane Rasmussen Pennington
Teaching Information Policy, or The Thing that affects Virtually Every Aspect of Information about which People Often Forget (SIG/ED)
Paul T. Jaeger, Ursula Gorham, Natalie Taylor
ASIS&T Second Virtual Meeting of Regional and Student Chapter Leaders
Naresh Agarwal and Michael Leach
SIG DL Webinar: Evaluating the DataVerse Network: Connecting Open Data with Scholarly Communications
[free to ASIS&T Members]
DCMI Webinar: How to Pick the Low Hanging Fruits of Linked Data
Seth van Hooland and Ruben Verborgh
SIG DL: Navigating Digital Asset Management
Julie Maher and Alice Merchant
PASIG: What Would an Ideal Digital Preservation Technical Registry Look Like?
Steve Knight and Peter McKinney
SIG USE: Contextual Inquiry: A Must-have Method For Your User Research Toolbox
Kate Lawrence and Deirdre Costello
PASIG: Policy Based Data Management