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AM22 Papers

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A Comparison of Source Distribution and Result Overlap in Web Search Engines
Nurce Yagci, Sebastian Sünkler, Helena Häußler, and Dirk Lewandowski, University of Applied Sciences Hamburg, Germany 


A Natural Language Processing Pipeline for Detecting Informal Data References in Academic Literature
Sara Lafia, Lizhou Fan, and Libby Hemphill, University of Michigan, USA


Characterizing Peer Review Comments of Academic Articles in Multiple Rounds
Ruxue Han, Haomin Zhou, Jiangtao Zhong, and Chengzhi Zhang, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, People's Republic of China


Collaboration Networks and Career Trajectories: What Do Metadata from Data Repositories Tell Us?
Jeff Hemsley, Jian Qin, Sarah Bratt, and Alexander Smith, Syracuse University, USA


Councils In Action: An Automated Approach to Curating Municipal Governance Data for Research
Eva Maxfield Brown and Nicholas Weber, University of Washington, USA


Creating American Smarts: How Does the Chinese Programming Boot Camp Transnationalizes Programming in the United States?
Huixin Tian, Indiana University, USA


Disrupting Design: A Multi-Level Technological Transition Study of
Yiran Duan, Jeff Hemsley, and Rebecca Kelly, Syracuse University, USA


Editorial Behaviors for Biasing Wikipedia Articles
Danielle Morris-O'Connor and Dangzhi Zhao, University of Alberta, Canada; Andreas Strotmann, ScienceXplore, Germany


Entification of Metadata for Knowledge-Graph-Guided Discovery
Brendan Honick, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, USA; Katherine Polley, Jian Qin, Syracuse University, USA


Epistemicide on the Record: Theorizing Commemorative Injustice and Reimagining Interdisciplinary Discourses in Cultural Information Studies
Tyler Youngman, Sebastian Modrow, Melissa Smith, and Beth Patin, Syracuse University, USA


From Communities of Practice to Smart and Connected Communities: Information Sharing Practices Among Social Service Providers
Stephen Slota, Ishan Nigam, Kenneth Fleischmann, Sherri Greenberg, and David Cruz, The University of Texas at Austin, USA


Higher Educational Pathways for Resilience Building Among Pre-Service Public and School Librarians
Rebecca Reynolds, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA


“I Only Wish That I Had Had That Growing Up”: Understanding Webtoon’s Appeals and Characteristics as an Emerging Reading Platform
Hyerim Cho, Denice Adkins, and Minh Pham, University of Missouri, USA


“I Try to Find a Balance”: Investigating Strategies for Self-Regulating COVID News Consumption
Corina Zappia and Stephann Makri, City, University of London, United Kingdom


I’m Really Happy When Sometimes I End Up on a Shelf That Seems Sort of Right: Historians’ Reactions to the Cataloging and Classification of Their Own Work
Brian Watson and Julia Bullard, University of British Columbia, Canada


Inequalities Within Knowledge Institutions: Mapping Jeopardy! Geography Questions
Kyle Siler, Université de Montréal, Canada


Information Practices of Resistance During the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Inna Kouper, Indiana University, USA


It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me: A Model of Online Browsing Behaviour (3rd place best long paper award)
Huiwen Zhang, George Buchanan, Ryan Kelly, and Shanton Chang, University of Melbourne, Australia; Michael Twidale, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; Dana McKay, RMIT University, Australia


Journal Impact Factor Inflation Across Different Academic Publishers and Journals (1st place best long paper award)
Kyle Siler and Vincent Larivière, Université de Montréal, Canada


Learning Domain-Specific Semantic Representation from Weakly Supervised Data to Improve Research Dataset Retrieval
Pengcheng Luo, Jimin Wang, Shiqi Wang, Xin Guo, and Zheng Gao, Peking University, People's Republic of China; Lingzi Hong, University of North Texas, USA; Sang Wouk Cho, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea


Maintaining Repositories, Databases, and Digital Collections in Memory Institutions: An Integrative Review
Andrea Thomer, Joseph Starks, Alexandria Rayburn, and Michael Lenard, University of Michigan, USA


Measuring the Impact of Well-Being Interventions: A Case Study with Adolescents
Irene Lopatovska, Olivia Turpin, Ji Hee Yoon, Diedre Brown, Laura Vroom, Craig Nielsen, Kelli Hayes, and Karin Roslund, Pratt Institute, USA


Nailing Jelly to the Wall: Teaching Technology in North American Graduate Archival Education Programs
Alex Poole, Drexel University, USA; Ashley Todd-Diaz, Towson University, USA


Nigerian LIS Academic and Scholarly Publishing Experience: Challenges and the Way Forward
Oluwatoyin Obinyan, Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria; Adeyinka Tella, University of Iliorin, Nigeria


Remapping Error, Rethinking the Glitch: A Critical Information Studies Approach to Google Maps
Rebecca Noone, University College London, United Kingdom


Scholars Experiencing Epistemic Injustice Due to Management of Scholarly Outputs
Angela Ford, Judson University, USA; Daniel Alemneh, University of North Texas, USA


Scientific Discourse on YouTube: Motivations for Citing Research in Comments
Sören Striewski, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, Germany; Olga Zagovora, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany; and Isabella Peters, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, Germany, and ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Germany


Sharing Research Design, Methods, and Process Information in and out of Academia
Isto Huvila, Uppsala University, Sweden; Luanne Sinnamon, University of British Columbia, Canada


Talk it Out: Teen Reactions to a Supportive Conversational Agent
Irene Lopatovska, Olivia Turpin, Ji Hee Yoon, Diedre Brown, and Laura Vroom, Pratt Institute, USA


The Right to Information: An Investigation into the Legal Framework and Implementation in the Philippines
Paul Perez, University of the Philippines, Philippines; Maureen Henninger, University of Technology Sydney, Australia


Theoretical Applications in Children and Youth Information Behavior Research: 1999-2019
Dania Bilal, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, USA


Transforming the Scholarly Publishing Lindworm
Alexandra Marcaccio, University of Guelph, Canada; Alissa Centivany, Western University, Canada


Uncovering Black Fantastic: Piloting a Word Feature Analysis and Machine Learning Approach for Genre Classification
Nikolaus Nova Parulian, Ryan Dubnicek, Glen Worthey, J. Stephen Downie, and Daniel Evans, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; John Walsh, Indiana University, USA

 Understanding the Information Creation Practices of LGBTQIA+ Community Health Workers
Vanessa Kitzie and Nick Vera, University of South Carolina, USA; Travis Wagner, University of Maryland, USA


User Perception and Eye Movement on a Pandemic Data Visualization Dashboard
Yu-Wen Huang, Yu-Ju Yang, and Taiwan; Wei Jeng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan


What are Public Libraries for? Culture as a Determinant of Conceptualizations of Public Library Services for Forced Migrants (2nd place best long paper award)
Rachel Salzano, David Brazier, Hazel Hall, and Gemma Webster, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom


What Guides Knowledge Work in the Library? Maps, Routines, and Workarounds
Darin Freeburg and Katie Klein, University of South Carolina, USA


You Oughta Know: Examining Author Geography and Gender in Information Science
George Buchanan, and Dana McKay, RMIT University, Australia


Young Adults' Online Sexual Health Information Seeking and Evaluating Skills: Implications for Everyday Life Information Literacy Instruction (best student long paper award)
Jane Behre, University of Maryland, College Park, USA



A Framework for Co-Designing and Developing Participatory Storymaps with Aboriginal Communities
Jia Tina Du, Stefan Peters, Jelina Haines, Romy Menghao Jia, Tahereh Ziaianand University of South Australia, Australia; Aunty Ellen Trevorrow, Ngarrindjeri Land and Progress Association, Australia


Collecting Diachronic Affiliation Data for Faculty at HBCUs Using Memento
Deanna Zarrillo, Mat Kelly, and Erjia Yan, Drexel University, USA; Christopher Jackson, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, USA


Conducting Assessments of Student Learning in Information Science: Explorations from Large-Scale College Courses
SeoYoon Sung, Lilach Alon, Ji Yong Cho, Rene Kizilcec, Cornell University, USA


Cultivating Ecological Literacy: A Critical Framework for Understanding and Addressing Mis- and Disinformation (tie for 3rd place best short paper award)
Britt Paris and Rebecca Reynolds, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA; Gina Marcello, Saint Elizabeth University, USA


Data Paper as a Reward? Motivation, Consideration, and Perspective Behind Data Paper Submission
Pao-Pei Huang and Wei Jeng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan


Designing Community Tracking Indicators for Open and Inclusive Scholarship
Micah Altman, MIT, USA


Health Information Needs of Public Library Leaders During COVID-19
Jenny Bossaller, Joe Kohlburn, Denice Adkins, Hyerim Cho, and Heather Moulaison-Sandy, University of Missouri, USA


“How do You Shelter in Place on the Road?”: Building Information Resilience Through Communal Support for Van Dwellers in the Onset of COVID-19
Kaitlin Montague, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA


How Preprint Affects Publishing Process: The Duration of the Peer Review Process between bioRxiv and Journal Papers
Hiroyuki Tsunoda, Tsurumi University, Japan; Yuan Sun, Masaki Nishizawa and Kou Amano, National Institute of Informatics, Japan; Xiaomin Liu, National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences, People's Republic of China


Human-Driven Models: A Case Study of Geologists as They Engage with Data for Decision Making
Donald Keefer and Catherine Blake, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA


Implementing Indigenous Data Sovereignty: Insights from Legislative Reform in Aotearoa New Zealand
Gillian Oliver, Monash University, Australia; Spencer Lilley, Jocelyn Cranefield, and Matthew Lewellen, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


Influence of Personality Traits in Human Humanoid Robot Interaction
Shih-Yi Chien and Chih-Ling Chen, National Chengchi University, Taiwan; Yao-Cheng Chan, The University of Texas at Austin, USA


Information Intermediaries and Information Resilience: Working to Support Marginalised Groups
Emma Nicol and Ian Ruthven, University of Strathclyde, Scotland; Rebekah Willson, McGill University, Canada; David Elsweiler, University of Regensburg, Germany; George Buchanan, University of Melbourne, Australia


Information Needs of Blue-Collar Workers: Welding Challenges and the Potential of Smart Welding Tools
Katherine Hill, Rachel Tunis, Pablo Pejlatowicz, Kenneth Fleischmann, Sherri Greenberg, Raul Longoria, and Jose Bendana, The University of Texas at Austin, USA


Information Resilient Society in an AI World – Is XAI Sufficient? (2nd place best short paper award)
Sherry Xie, Renmin University of China, Center for Digital Records Management Research, and Key Laboratory of Data Engineering and Data Knowledge of the Ministry of Education of China, People's Republic of China; Yubao Gao, Renmin University of China, People's Republic of China; Ruohua Han, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA


Integrated but Isolated: Implications from a Systematic Review of the Access Control Ecosystem for Individual Participant Data in Clinical Studies
Jian-Sin Lee and Wei Jeng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan


Intersectional Information Work Practices: Surfacing Care Amidst COVID-19
Alex Poole, Drexel University, USA


Investigating Open-Access Publishing Practices of Early- and Mid-Career Researchers in Humanities and Social Sciences Disciplines
Philips Ayeni and Rebekah Willson, McGill University, Canada


Leader, Socializer, or Specialist? Distinguishing Responders with the Cues of Questions
Qian Wu, Chei Sian Lee, and Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


Personal Information Management in the Literacy Discourse of Youth (best student short paper award)
Judith Van Alstyne, University of Rochester, USA


Preliminary Findings from a Scoping Review of Immigrant-Related Information Poverty Research in LIS
Ana Ndumu, University of Maryland, USA; Millicent Mabi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; Olubukola Oduntan, University of Strathclyde, Scotland


Professional Development Opportunity, Digital Skills, and BIPOC Professionals’ Decision to Leave: A Serial Multiple-Mediator SEM Model (tie for 3rd place best short paper award)
Kawanna Bright, East Carolina University, USA; Sunha Kim and Amy VanScoy,University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA; Mónica Colón-Aguirre, University of South Carolina, USA


Student Award Session: A Longitudinal Study to Understand University Students’ Searching as a Learning Process
Nilavra Bhattacharya, The University of Texas at Austin, USA


Student Award Session: Researching the Knowledge Journey Practices of Indigenous Elders Relevant to the Younger Generation: A Community-Based Participatory Study
Jelina Haines, University of South Australia, Australia


Student Award Session: Social Media as Archival Practice and Paradigm Shifter in United States Death Care
Jesse Ludington, Pratt Institute, USA


Turning Filter Bubbles into Bubblesphere with Multi-Viewpoint KOS and Diverse Similarity (1st place best short paper award)
Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet, Bar Ilan University, Israel


Virtual Vessels of Empowerment: Exploring Everyday Resilience Building Tactics in Online Forums Focused on Nurturing Professional Development of Women in Technical Domains.
Subhasree Sengupta, Syracuse University, USA