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LAZAROW LECTURE SERIES SPONSORED BY ISI
The University of Kentucky School of Library and Information Science, UKASIS, & SOASIS Present:
Marcia J. Bates, UCLA Professor, Graduate School of Education and
Information Studies (http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/faculty/bates/)
"THE BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF INFORMATION SEEKING"
WHEN: October 13, 2000: 2 PM-- SOASIS Awards, 3PM-- Speaker, and 5 PM-- Dinner
WHERE: University of Kentucky, King Library, Peal Gallery. Dinner at: Boone Faculty Center.
COST: Presentation & dinner-- $23.00 for members and non-members; $18.00 for faculty or retired members; $9.00 for students. Presentation only-- $5.00 for members and non-members; free for students, faculty, or retired members. PREPAYMENT REQUIRED.
DINNER PAYMENT (check made out to "SOASIS") and affiliation by 5 PM, October 09, 2000 to: Kitty McClanahan, 2666 LaGrange Rd., Shelbyville, Ky 40065, email@example.com, 502-633-6966, OR Patricia Carter, LEXIS-NEXIS, 9595 Springboro Pike, Miamisburg, OH 45342, firstname.lastname@example.org, 937-865-6800 x6099. Presentation-only attendees may pay at the door. SPACE IS LIMITED.
The study of information seeking behavior has emerged as a major area of research in library and information science in recent years. It may now be time to attempt to link that research on the social with the exciting new work being done by biologists, anthropologists, and evolutionary psychologists on the biological stratum of human existence and behavior. This talk constitutes a very preliminary and tentative examination of those links. For the time being, the questions can be expressed thusly: How does information seeking contribute to, or harm, the biological adaptivity of our species? How is our social information seeking behavior driven by or influenced by biological features of our makeup?
MENU: Chicken Dijon Florentine, salad, sourdough bread, chef's selection of two vegetables, dessert, and beverage. Bar available at extra cost.
DIRECTIONS to University of Kentucky Campus: For several miles northwest of Lexington, I-64 and I-75 merge. In that section, leave the interstate at exit 115, Newtown Pike.
At end of exit ramp, turn towards Lexington. This will be right if coming from west or north, left if coming from south or east.
After several miles come to the intersection of Newtown and Main Street. Turn left onto Main St.
After approximately a mile, turn right onto Rose Street (7th traffic light).
Go through intersections at High Street, Maxwell, and Euclid Ave.
At the next traffic light turn left onto Columbia Ave, and turn into the first parking lot entry on right.
Proceed to the attendant building. Parking validated at dinner in the Boone Faculty Center.
Meetings and sessions will be in the King Library's Peal Gallery, located NW across Rose Street, behind the Chemistry-Physics Building and Maxwell Place.
Map at: http://www.uky.edu/Parking/map.htm Parking info. at: http://www.uky.edu/Parking/visitor.htm [an error occurred while processing this directive]