ASIST 2001 Annual Meeting
   November 2-8, 2001
   J.W. Marriott Hotel, Washington, D.C.


Program-at-a-Glance

Friday, November 2, 2001

9:00am

Content Management Framework
(CE-separate fee)

Content Management: Strategies & Tools
(cancelled)

Information Architecture and Organizational Strategy
(1/2 day)
(CE-separate fee)

Saturday, November 3, 2001

9:00am

Content Management Framework
(cancelled)

Intranet Taxonomies and Metadata: Creating Them, Using Them
(CE-separate fee)

Content Personalization, User Customization, Portal & Dashboard Strategies
(cancelled)

Practical Statistics for Information Professionals
(CE-separate fee)

10:00am

Budget and Finance Committee

12:00noon

Effective Methods for Studying Information Seeking and Use: SIG USE Research Symposium (1/2 Day), (CE-separate fee)

1:00pm

2001 Board of Directors

Data Mining (cancelled)

Sunday, November 4, 2001

8:30am

SIG CR Workshop

9:00am

Chapter Assembly

Machine Learning for Text Classification and Information Organization (1/2 Day) (CE-separate fee)

10:30am

SIG Cabinet

1:30pm

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:  Brewster Kahle

3:30pm

Knowledge Mgmt-The Practitioner's View

Critical Information Theory

Information in a Networked World: Globalization and Cultural Identity

Digital Libraries
(Contr. Papers)

Leadership Development Program: Focus on Group Research

5:00pm

New Member and First Time Attendees Reception

6:00pm

Welcome Reception

Monday, November 5, 2001

9:00am

Information Science Hot Topics Primer

Statistics and Measures to Describe Network Use, Users and Uses

Courseware for Web Delivery of Instruction: How does it Affect Course Design and Delivery

Data Mining
(Contr. Papers)

Incorporating User Input into the Design of a Website: Research and Implementation

10:45am

Do we Know it All? An Examination of the State of User Studies

Patient Medical Records and Privacy via the Internet

Accreditation: A New Way Ahead

Multimedia Retrieval
(Contr. Papers)

Taxonomies
(Contr. Papers)

12:00noon

Poster Sessions

12:30pm

Constitution and Bylaws Committee, Education Committee, Leadership Development Committee

1:30pm

Knowledge Management/Competiti ve Intelligence Convergence

Award Winning Student Papers

Issues in Cross Language Retrieval and Processing

Information Seeking
(Contr. Papers)

Visualization
(Contr. Papers)

3:30pm

Education
(Contr. Papers)

Resolution to Representation: Current Research on Digital Imaging and the Education of Digital Image Managers

From Print to Electronic: Studies of Use of Electronic Scientific and Medical Journals

Metrics and Knowledge Management

Interface Design
(Contr. Papers)

5:00pm

Student Chapter Advisors

5:30pm

Committees, SIG and Conference Planning

7:00pm

Alumni Reception

8:00pm

International Reception

Tuesday, November 6, 2001

9:00am

UCITA and the Information Professional

Is MARC Dead?

Technologies for Communication
(Contr. Papers)

Knowledge Management
(Contr. Papers)

History and Continuing Influence of the Classification Research Group

10:45am

e-Sphere: Technology, Information and the Networked Future

Privacy and Public Records: The Right to (K)No(w)

Knowledge Management: as Contested Ground

Computer Technologies for Sharing Artifacts
(Contr. Papers)

Information Seeking/User Studies
(Contr. Papers)

12:00noon

Poster Sessions

12:30pm

Awards and Honors Committee, Nominations Committee, Membership Committee

1:30pm

Trends Information Retrieval Research

Images and Text: Current Issues in Information Retrieval and Presentation

Information Science and Intelligence Work: Mutual History Lessons

Access: Internet and Communities

The Science.gov Alliance: Developing an Ineragency Portal for Science and Technology

4:00pm

Annual Business Meeting

6:30pm

Committees, SIG and Conference Planning, Bulletin Advisory Board

7:00pm

SIG Dutch Treat Dinners

8:00pm

Research:  It's Not Funny (SIGCON)

Wednesday, November 7, 2001

9:00am

Trends Information Kids' Trek: The Next Generation

Trends Information Privacy: An International Perspective

Making of a Digital Library: Getting the Census Bureau Online

Information Seeking/Text Summarization
(Contr. Papers)

Web Information Architecture
(Contr. Papers)

10:45am

Human Computer Interaction: Possibilities, Potential and Problems

As Sharp as a Pen: Direct Semantic Ratification in Oral, Written and Electronic Communication

Digital Divide: Issues, Policy and Case Studies

Bibliometrics
(Contr. Papers)

Building Digital Repositories: A New Role for Academic Libraries

12:30pm

Standards Committee, SIG Planning Committee

1:30pm

Viewing the Intellectual Horizons of Information Science

Next Generation Usability Testing

Genomics, Proteomics and Beyond: Meeting the Information Needs of Bioinformatics Researchers

International Digital Library and Information Science and Technology Advances in Developing Countries, 2001

Categorization in Industry: Case Studies

3:30pm

Social Epistemology and Information Science

U.S. Information Policy in a New Federal Environment

Bringing the PDAs into the LIS: Applications for Palms and Other Wireless Devices

Trends in Knowledge Management Initiatives: From the Enterprise Level to the Team Level

Information Architecture: The Value Proposition

6:30pm

Pre-Award Banquet Reception

7:30pm

Annual Awards Banquet

Thursday, November 8, 2001

9:00am

Affective Issues in Knowledge Management: Social Capital, Narrative and Learning

Automated Concept-Based Medical Indexing

Electronic Theses and Dissertations: A World of Ideas

Uses of Classification in Web Research Management
(Contr. Papers)

 

10:30am

KEYNOTE DEBATE:  Ben Shneiderman and James Hendler

1:00pm

2001 and 2002 Board of Directors


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