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Friday, November 15, 2002

6:00pm-7:30pm

Reception for Knowledge Management Summit

Saturday, November 16, 2002

Pre-Conference Seminars and Workshops

 

Knowledge Management Summit

8:30am-12:30pm

Case Study: Strategies to Improve the Intranet's Business Value, Howard McQueen (cancelled)

9:00am-5:00pm

Initiating a Content Management Initiative, Bob Boiko (separate fee)
Taxonomies and Metadata, Marjorie M.K. Hlava (separate fee)
Critical Legal Concerns for Information Professionals, Lee S. Strickland (cancelled)

10:00am

Tour:  Academy of Natural Sciences (space is limited, please register)

1:00pm-6:00pm

Measuring Search Behaviors: Current and Proposed Methods (SIG USE) (separate fee)

1:30pm-5:30pm

Content Management & Personalization Strategies, Howard McQueen (cancelled)

Sunday, November 17, 2002

Pre-Conference Seminars and Workshops

8:30am-5:00pm

SIG Classification Research (CR) Workshop (separate fee)

8:30-12:00noon

Intranet Strategy & Architecture, Peter Morville (separate fee)

1:30pm-5:00pm

Machine Learning for Text Classification and Information Organization, Dave Lewis (separate fee)

3:30pm-6:00pm

Touch, Talk, Think - Technology: Experience and Explore Educational Web Portals with Experts (SIG HCI)

Other Events

4:00pm

Leadership Development Program

6:00pm

New Members and 1st Time Attendee's Reception

7:00pm

Welcome Reception

Monday, November 18, 2002

8:30am-10:00am

Keynote Presentation:  Thomas Blanton and Lee S. Strickland

10:30am-12noon

User Studies and Information Architecture
SIG USE, IA

What's the Use? Extending and Revising Notions of Use and Users in Information Behavior Research
SIG USE

Deeper Representation of Digital Information: from Metadata to Semantic Data

The Role of Unpublished Research in the Scholarly Communication of Scientists: Digital Preprints and Bioinformation Databases
SIG STI, PUB, BIO

 SOCIAL ISSUES
Contributed Papers

Social Issues
Locally Controlled Scholarly Publishing via the Internet: The Guild Model

Information Failures and Catastrophes: What Can We Learn by Linking Information Studies and Disaster Research?

Towards Effective Evaluation of Digital Community Information Systems

 IR
Contributed Papers

Weighted Markov Chains and Graphic State Nodes for Information Retrieval

Exploration of a Geometric Model of Data Fusion

Global vs. Localized Search: A Comparison of Database Selection Methods in a Hierarchical Environment

12noon-1:00pm

Poster Session

1:30pm-3:00pm

The New Un-Wired Frontier: Wireless Computing in Library and Information Centers
SIG LAN

Designing Data Collection Instruments with Reusable Metadata for U.S. Census Bureau's 2002 Economic Census Initiative, Using XML

Update on Federal Information Policies
SIG IFP

Doctoral Forum
SIG ED

WEB IR
Contributed Papers

Once Found, What Next?: A Study of "Keeping" Behaviors in the Personal Use of Web Information
WEB IR

 USER INTERFACES
Contributed Papers

Hermes, the Information Messenger.  Integrating Information Services and Delivering Them to the End User
User Interfaces

Multimodal Bivariate Thematic Maps: Auditory and Haptic Display

3:30pm-5:00pm

Innovative uses of Knowledge Management to Maintain Competitive Advantage
SIG MGT, KM

Information Science and Intelligence Work: Mutual History Lessons from the Cold War
SIG HFIS

State-of-the-Art Content Analysis
SIG ALP, IAE

Data Mining for Health Care Professionals
SIG MED

Semantic Web
Standards Committee

BIBLIOMETRICS
Contributed Papers

A Tri-citation Analysis Exploring the Citation Image of Kurt Lewin

Algorithmic Citation-linked Historiography: Mapping the Literature of Science

Mapping Scientometrics (1981-2001)

Medical Informatics: Market for Is/It
 

6:00pm

Student Member Reception

7:00pm

Alumni Reception

8:00pm

International Reception

Tuesday, November 19, 2002

8:30am-10:00am

InterPARES 2: Experiential, Interactive, and Dynamic Records

The Structure of Medical Informatics
SIG MED

Digital Divide II: Global vs. Local Content
SIG III

Access to Large Spoken Archives: Uses and Technology
SIG VIS

 SEARCH STRATEGIES
Contributed Papers

Separating the Knowledge Layers: Cognitive Analysis of Search Knowledge Through Hierarchical Goal Decompositions

An Examination of Natural Language as a Query Formation Tool for Retrieving Information on E-health from Pub Med.

Probing the Process of Information Source Selection Using Palm Pilots: a Pilot Study

 INFORMATION USE
Contributed Papers

A Question of Quality: the Effect of Source Quality on Information Seeking by Women in it's Professions

Attorneys Interacting with Legal Information Systems: Tools for Mental Model Building and Task Integration

Information Gathering: the Information Behaviors of Line-managers Within a Business Environment

10:30am-12noon

The Architecture of Content Reuse

Informetric Applications for Information Retrieval Research
SIG CRS, MET

Evolution of Knowledge Management Education
SIG KM

Visualizing Knowledge Domains
SIG CR, VIS

METADATA
Contributed Papers

Semantic Markup for Literary Scholars: How Descriptive Markup Affects the Study and Teaching of Literature

Application Practice of the IFLA FRBR Model a Metadata Case Study at the National Papace Museum in Taipei

Discovery of User-oriented Class Associations for Enriching Library Classification Schemes

INFORMATION POLICY
Contributed Papers

Comparing Internet and Mobile Phone Digital Divides

The Digital Divide: Who Really Benefits from the Proposed Solutions for Closing the Gap?

The Impact of the Introduction of Web Information Systems (WIS) on Information Policies: an Analysis of the Canadian Federal Government Policies

12noon-1:00pm

SIG/III Special Session: Global Information Village Plaza

1:30pm-3:00pm

The Changing Face of Scientific Communication: Developing New Models for Scholarly Publishing in the Electronic Environment
SIG STI

Opening Sourcing the Digital Library: Open Source Digital Library Tools and Infrastructure
SIG DL, LAN, PUB

Multicultural Aspects of Information Organization and Access
SIG III

Current Relevance Research
SIG USE

WEB METRICS
Contributed Papers

Exploring the Pattern of Links Between Chinese University Web Sites

USERS and IT
Contributed Papers

Communities of Practice With and Without Information Technology

4:00pm

Annual Business Meeting (open to all)

7:00pm

SIG Dutch Treat Dinners (times may vary)

8:00pm

SIG CON

Wednesday, November 20, 2002

8:30am-10:00am

E-Books Rebound
SIG PUB

Training and Coordination for Chat Reference
SIG USE, ED

Bioinformatics in Information Science Education: Proposal for Special Session
SIG BIO, ED

The Library of the Future: Interweaving the Virtual and the Physical
SIG LAN

VISUAL IR
Contributed Papers

Image Attributes: a Study of Scientific Diagrams

Thinking with Images: an Exploration into Information Retrieval and Knowledge Generation

What do Users See? Exploring the Nature of Functional Image Retrieval

USER MODELS
Contributed Papers

Filtering for Medical News Items

A Model for Personal Assistance in Complex Information Spaces

Examining the Relationships Among User Involvement, Profile Quality, and Information Filtering Performance

9:00am

Tours:  Drexel University, ISI Production Facility (space is limited, please register)

10:30am-12noon

Plenary Session:  David Snowden

12noon-1:00pm

Wanted: Information Specialist, Manager, Designer, Analyst, Architect (SIG/MGT)

1:30pm-3:00pm

EDUCATION
Contributed Papers

Information Architecture as Reflected in Classrooms

Laptop Requirement Usage and Impact in Graduate IIs Education

Facilitating Informal Lifelong Learning: a Description and Analysis of Partnerships and Collaboration Among Public Libraries, Public Broadcast Media, and Museums

Virtual Reference Services: Exploring the Open Source Options
SIG DL, LAN, ED, STI

Conceptions of Information as Evidence
SIG HFIS

Foundations of Digital Libraries: Organizational & Management Issues
SIG DL, MGT

Challenges to Children's Research: The Road Ahead
SIG USE

USER MODELS & IT
Contributed Papers

Evaluating Interest Profiles Based on Users' Judgment, Interest Change, and Class Specificity in the Context of Filtering Medical Documents

A User Modeling System for Personalized Interaction and Tailored Retrieval in Interactive IR

Influences of Demographic Characteristics of Community Network Users in Their Perceptions and Use of the Network

3:30pm-5:00pm

Methodological Issues in User Studies
SIG USE

Virtual Reference: Evolving the Vehicle, Evaluating the Service, Optimizing the Link Between Providers and Users
SIG STI, ED, MGT

Digital Libraries Supporting Distance Education
SIG DL, ED, PUB

Knowledge Management and Organizational Climate
SIG KM

Mapping the Knowledge
SIG MET, VIS

COLLABORATION and COMMUNICATION
Contributed Papers

Collaborative Information Synthesis

Laying the Foundation for  a Virtual Department

Investigating the Relationship Between Learning Style Preferences and Teaching Collaboration Skills and Technology: an Exploratory Study

6:30pm

Pre-Awards Reception

7:30pm

Annual Awards Banquet

Thursday, November 21, 2002

8:30am-10:00am

NSDL: the National Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Digital Library
SIG STI, DL

Media Asset Retrieval Systems
SIG CR, USE, DL, HCI

USDA Forest Service Content Analysis Developments for Natural Resource Management

Designing Information Communities for the 3D Environment
SIG VIS

Information Association Metrics in the Global Environment
SIG III

Opportunistic Acquisition of Information: the New Frontiers for User Studies
SIG USE

10:00am

Tour:  Chemical Heritage Foundation (space is limited, please register)

10:30am-12noon

Community and Forms of Knowledge

 

Current Research in Digital Image Management
SIG VIS

Subject Metadata From the Other Side

Working with or Around Your ILS?  Solutions from the Real World
SIG LAN

Bridging the Digital Divide as Capacity Building for the Information Economy
SIG III


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