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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2003

9:00am-5:00pm

Seminar
Government Intrusion vs. Induvidual Liberty: Understanding the 4th Amendment and the USA Patrio Act - Cancelled

Seminar
Implementing a Taxonomy, Marjorie Hlava, Jay Ven Eman (separate fee)

6:00pm

Governance
Budget and Finance Committee

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2003

8:30am-5:00pm

SIG CR Workshop (separate fee)

9:00am-5:00pm

Governance
2003 Board of Directors

9:00am-5:00pm

Seminar
Responding to Judicial Process: A Guide to Search Warrants, Subpoenas and Otherwise - Cancelled

Seminar
Information Modeling Using XML, Bob Boiko (separate fee)

Seminar
How to Build a Thesaurus, Marjorie Hlava, Jay Ven Eman (separate fee)

1:00pm-6:00pm

SIG USE Workshop (separate fee)

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2003

8:30-12:00noon

Seminar
Personal Information Management, William Jones, Harry Bruce (separate fee)

9:00am

Governance
Chapter Assembly

10:30am

Gevernance
SIG Cabinet

11:30am

New Member and First Conference Orientation Brunch

1:00pm

Keynote Plenary: Humanizing Information Technology: New Directions in Information Science Practice
Interfaces for People: Design for Emotion, Image, and Sound. Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Mellon University
Digital Asset Management and Electronic Archives.  Anne Gilliland-Swetland, Dept. of Information Studies, UCLA
Library Portals and Enterprise Intranets.  Brian Detlor, Information Systems, McMaster University

3:30pm

Sessions by Track:

History

Relevance

User-Centered Design

Theoretical Issues

Information Retrieval

Leadership

HFIS
Pioneering Women in Information Science. J. Furner, A. Justice, L. Bonnici, H. Plant, S.D. Miksa, K. La Barre

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

USE, CRS
Advancing Relevance Research: Theory Integration, Methodological Progress, and Critical Questions. P. Wang, K. Bystrom, C. Cool, S. Mizzaro, T. Saracevic, P. Vakkari, M.D. White

 

 

 


 

 

 

Contributed Papers
Developing a User-process Model for Designing Menu-based Interfaces: An Exploratory Study. B. Ju, M. Gluck

Use Scenarios in the Development of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) .  R. Gazan, G. Leazer, C. L. Borgman, A. Gilliland-Swetland, L. Smart, D. Ancona, R. Nilsson

Multitasking Web Searching and Implications for Design.  S. Ozmutlu, H. C. Ozmutlu, A. Spink

 

HFIS, CRIT
Death of the User. H. Rosenbaum, E. Davenport, L. Lievrouw, R. Day

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Contributed Papers
Toward Machine Understanding of Information Quality. R Tang, K.B. Ng, T. Strzalkowski, P. Kantor

Identification of Effective Predictive Variables for Document Qualities.  K.B. Ng, P. Kantor, R. Tang , R. Rittman, S. Small, P. Song , T. Strzalkowski , Y. Sun, and N. Wacholder.              

Multi-document Summarization of Dissertation Abstracts Using a Variable-based Framework. S. Ou, C. Khoo, D.H. Goh

“Show Me the Money”
ASIST Leadership Development Program
Tools and tips for chapter and SiG leaders who want to learn how to incorporate the money element into their projects.
Shahla Bahavar, LACASIS; D. Bedford, World Bank; Marjorie M.K. Hlava, Access Innovations; A. Wallace, LACASIS

 

 


 

 

3:30pm

Leadership Develpment Program

6:00pm

Welcome Reception and SIG RUSH

MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2003

8:00am

Keynote Plenary: Humanizing Information Technology: New Theoretical Approaches in Play
Anthropological Approaches to Information Seeking. Pamela Sandstrom, Ph.D., Library, Purdue University at Fort Wayne
Domain Analysis: A Socio-Cognitive Orientation for Information Science Research. Birger Hjørland, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen, Denmark
The Social Construction of Information Systems. Leigh Star, Communication, University of California, San Diego

10:30am

Sessions by Track:

User-Centered Design

Business & Mgmt Informatics

Virtual Reference Services

Information Organization

Information Policy

Information Science Futures

USE
Usability in Practice: Avoiding Pitfalls and Seizing Opportunities.
S. Hirsh, R. Bias, B. Wildemuth, A. Druin


 


 

 

 

 

MGT
Management and Information Studies: Exploring the Connections. W. Edgar, J. Hersberger, A. MacIntosh-Murray, M. Mackenzie

 


 

 




 

STI
Subject-Based Virtual Reference: Avenues and Vehicles for Success.
J. Edelman,  J. Chen, J. Pomerantz, D. Kresh, J. Arnold

 

 

 

 


 

Contributed Papers
Lexical Inference Mechanisms for Text Understanding and Classification.  E. Figa, P. Tarau

Procedures for Mapping Vocabularies from Non-Professional Discourse A Case Study: Consumer Medical Vocabulary. T. Tse, D. Soergel

Experimental Study of Index Terms and Information Access.  N. Wacholder, M. Sharp, L. Liu, X. Yuan, P. Song

IFP, III
Transborder Data Flow: Implications for Information Dissemination and Policies Between U.S., Canada and Mexico. N. Caidi, P. Bergeron, C. Dufour, J. Cortes, S. Warwick

 

 

 

 

 

HFIS
A Science of Public Knowledge? Theoretical Foundations of LIS.
C. Wilson, S. Miksa, A. Coleman, J. Warner

 

 

 

 


 

12:30pm

POSTERS with Presenters Present

Governance
Constitution and Bylaws Committee
Education Committee
Nominations Committee
Membership Committee

2:00pm

Sessions by Track:

User-Centered Design

Business & Mgmt Informatics

Virtual Reference Services

Information Organization

Information Policy

Information Science Futures

HCI
User Centered Design -Science or Window Dressing?   N. Belkin,
A. Dillon, G. Marchionini, J. Stefl-Mabry

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Contributed Papers
Impact of a Corporate Merger on the Information Seeking Behaviors of Research Practitioners . S. Hirsh, J. Dinkekacker

Information Gathering Revealed Within the Social Network of Line-Managers.   M. Mackenzie,

Measuring Profitability Impacts of Information Technology: Use of Risk Adjusted Measures.  A. Singh, G. Harmon


 

LT
New Standards for Networked Reference Services.  M. Needleman, D. Dinberg, C. Cuddy


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Contributed Papers
Understanding Statistical Concepts and Terms in Context: The GovStat Ontology and the Statistical Interactive Glossary.  S. Haas, M. Pattuelli, R. T. Brown

A Text Corpus Approach to an Analysis of the Shared Use of Core Terminology .  T. Patrick, ME Sievert, J. C. Reid, F. Rice, J. Gigantelli,  J. Schiffman, M.E. Shelton

The Role of Special Language in Relation to Knowledge Organization. 
M. Thellefsen

IFP, III
The Public Domain Under Pressure.  P. Uhlir, S. Arunachalam, T. Moritz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ED
Student Award Winning Papers.
B. Wildemuth, Coordinator


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:00pm

Sessions by Track:

User-Centered Design

Business & Mgmt Informatics

Virtual Reference Services

Information Organization

Information Policy

Information Science Futures

HCI
The Organizational Layer of the User Interface. D. Barreau, G. Marchionini, S. Haas, D. Mendonca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contributed Papers
Managing Social Capital as Knowledge Management - Some Specification and Representation Issues. 
E. Davenport, M. Graham, J. Kennedy, K. Taylor 

Dimensions of Human-Work Interaction: A Preliminary Analysis for the Design of a Corporate Digital Library. H. Xie

Perception Difference between Users and Information Professionals - A Case Study of TaiPower. 
C. Yang, C. Wu

Homeland Security and Information Control: A Model of Asymmetric Information Flows. T. Maxwell

Getting Your Money's Worth: Samuelson's General Equilibrium Model Applied to Participation in Cooperative Virtual Reference Services.  J. Janes, L. Mon, L. Harris, M. Saxton

 


 

 


 

 

 

 


 

CR, DL, HCI
Metadata for the Description of Broadcast Assets.  E. Efthimiadis, J.E. Mai, P. Burrows, E. Leones, D. Kniesner

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

III, IFP
The 2nd Global Information Village Plaza: Connecting Multi-Cultural, Multi-Lingual and Multi-Media Universes. N. Caidi, M. Menou, organizers
 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

ALISE, ED
Who Will Teach the Next Generation of Information Professionals?
A. Dorr, and representatives from Communications and Information Systems programs;  two reactors from LIS programs. V. Walter will moderate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:00pm

Governance
Student Chapter Advisors
Awards and Honors Committee
Standards Committee
Leadership Development

7:00pm

Alumni Reception

8:00pm

International Reception

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2003

Governance
SIG Planning Sessions as Scheduled by SIGs and the SIG Cabinet Director

8:30am

Sessions by Track:

Genres/
Documentary Forms

International Information Issues

Information Seeking and Use

Digital & Brick Library Management

Searching/Use of New Information Technologies

Design for Children

HFIS, CR, VIS
Visual Containment of Cultural Forms: An Examination of Visual Epistemologies and Scopic Regimes
M. Breitenstein, M. Dalbello, R. Day, A. Simonds, M. Tang

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III, MGT
Sharing and Accessing Internet Resources Across Barriers of Nation, Language, and Collection.
L. Vaughan, M. Thelwall, S. He, G. Shreve, M. Zeng

 

 

 

 


 

 

Contributed Papers
Undergraduate Science Students and Electronic Scholarly Journals.  C. Tenopir, R. Pollard, P. Wang, D. Greene, E. Kline, J. Krummen, R. Kirk

Information Communities: Characteristics Gleaned from Studies of Three Online Networks .  K. Fisher, J. Durrance, K. Unruh

Fitting Users’ Needs into Web-Based Area Studies Resources: A Study of the Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) .  B. Letalien, H. Chen

LT
E-Commerce in Libraries.   H. Fogelberg, M. Hlava, A. Pannell, P. Scott


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Contributed Papers
Enriched Video Semantic Metadata: Authorization, Integration, and Presentation.  X. Mu, G. Marchionini

The Role of Narrative in Understanding Digital Video: An Exploratory Analysis.  T. Wilkens, A. Hughes, B. Wildemuth, G. Marchionini 

Searching Large Collections of Recorded Speech: A Preliminary Study. J. Kim, D. Oard, D. Soergel

 

Contributed Papers
Draw and Tell: Children as Designers of Web Interfaces. 
D. Bilal

Children as Designers of Web Portals. A. Large, J. Beheshti, V. Nesset, L. Bowler

 

 

 

 


 

10:30am

Sessions by Track:

Genres/
Documentary Forms

International Information Issues

Information Seeking and Use

Digital & Brick Library Management

Searching/Use of New Information Technologies

Design for Children

CR, HFIS
Genres & Knowledge Organization. C. Bazerman, M. Dahlstrom, R. Dalgaard,
J. Andersen

 


 

 

III, MGT
New Information Models for Rural Populations in Developing Countries. T. Carbo, I. Njoku, P.R. Goswami, P. K. Jain


 

 

USE
Information Behavior in Everyday Life: Research on Street-Level Sex Workers, New Immigrants, and Hair Stylists. K. Fisher, L. Baker, C. Brown

 

 

Contributed Papers
Electronic Library: A TERI Experiment. D. Kar, S. Deb, S. Kumar

The Library as a Learning Organization and the Climate for Updating in a Period of Rapidly Changing Technologies, E. Auster, D.C. Chan

 

Contributed Papers
An Analysis of Web Image Queries for Search.  H.T. Pu

Image Querying by Image Professionals. C. & P. Jorgensen

Personalization via Collaboration in Web Retrieval Systems. A Goker, D He

USE, DL
Designing Digital Information Technologies for Children.
A. Druin, C. McInerney, L. Cooper, J. Abbas,  D. Bilal

 

 

 

12:00noon - 1:45pm

Awards Luncheon

2:00pm

Sessions by Track:

Genres/
Documentary Forms

International Information Issues

Information Seeking and Use

Digital & Brick Library Management

Searching/Use of New Information Technologies

Design for Children

HFIS
The Revival of the Concept of Documents in the Theoretical Foundation of Information Science. J Andersen, M. Buckland, B. Hjørland

 


 

 

 

III
World Summit on the Information Association. N. Leroy, J. Warner, T. N. Ca

 

 



 

 

 

STI, DL
The Impact of Digitization of Scientific Information on the Scholarly Communication of Scientists.  C. Anderson, T. Bremholm, C. Brown, B. Hemminger, K.T.L. Vaughan


 

 

 

KM, MGT
Maturity Models and Benchmarks in Knowledge Management.  M. Durham, F. Bianchetti, J. Sparks, S. Boettger

 


 


 

 

Contributed Papers
Typology of Ambiguity on Representation of Information Problem: An Exploratory Study. Y. Kim

Priming the Query Specification Process. E.Toms,  L. Freund

Perceptions and Effects of a System’s Usability by Experience Level.    M. Alexander,  H. Chen

 

 

 

 

4:00pm

ASIST ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

NISO ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

5:30pm

Governance
Bulletin Advisory Meeting

8:00pm

SIG CON

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2003

8:30am

Sessions by Track:

Organization of Information

Information Policy

Bibliometric & Related Research

Bio/Med/Pharm Informatics

New Information Technologies

Information Seekers, I-II Historical Resources, III

CR
Humanizing Information Retrieval: Organizing "Works."   R. Smiraglia, A. Carlyle, E. O'Neill, P. LeBoeuf, A. Coleman

 

 

 


 

 


 

IFP, TIS, MED, ED
Exploring the Dark Side: Ethical Implications of Information Technologies.  T. A. Morris, T. Froehlich, R. Guthrie, M. M. Smith, V. Rosenberg

 

 

 

 


 

 

USE
What can We Learn from Usage Data?   W. Shim, L. Connaway, C. Tenopir, P. Wang, D. Zhang


 

 



 



 

 

Contributed Papers
How Physicians’ Answers Relate to Health Consumers’ Questions. L. Slaughter, D. Soergel

Digital Intermediation: An Exploration of User and Intermediary Perspectives.  S. Southwick

A New System to Support Knowledge Discovery: TELEMAKUS.
D. Revere, S. Fuller, P. Bugni, G. Martin

 

 

VIS
3D Images,: From Theory to Applications.
S. Hastings, B. McDonald, E. Lewis, S. Ozeren, P. Roy

 

 


 


 

 



 

Contributed Papers
The Effect of Individual Differences on Searching the Web.   I. Majid, C. Stephanne, M. Daniel

Fast Surfers, Broad Scanners and Deep Divers as Users of Information Technology – Relating Information Preferences to Personality Traits and Study Approaches.  J. Heinström

Investigating Web Searching Behavior in Home Environments.  S. Rieh

10:30am

Sessions by Track:

Organization of Information

Information Policy

Bibliometric & Related Research

Bio/Med/Pharm Informatics

New Information Technologies

Information Seekers, I-II Historical Resources, III

LT
The Bibliomining Process: Data Warehousing and Data Mining for Libraries. S. Nicholson, S.Y. Hwang, P. Keezer, E. O’Neill

 

Leveraging the Power of Diversity to Create Effective and Empowering Technology.  K. Hanson, S. Nair, S. Flansburg



 

MET
Social Network Analysis and Citation Network Analysis: Complementary Approaches to the Study of Scientific Communication. L. Lievrouw, E. Garfield, L. Hargens H. White, L. Marion, C. Wilson
 

MED, CR
BioMedical Taxonomies/ Ontologies - Current Status, Ongoing Challenges.  P. Schreur, B. Peters, H. Ohkawa, M. Chitty

 

STI, DL, VIS, DL
From Anytime, Anywhere to All-The-Time, Everywhere: Learning Objects, Broadband and Wireless Reshape Digital Libraries for Learning and Research.  V. Gregory, D. Austin, R. Austin, T. Terrell.

Now Do You Know Where Your Information Is?: Perspectives on the Present and Future of Personal Information Management.  W. Jones, H. Bruce, M. Bates, N. Belkin, D. Barreau, G. Marchionini

12:30pm

Governance
SIG Planning Meeting (All SIGs)

1:30pm

Sessions by Track:

Information

Information Policy

Bibliometric & Related Research

Bio/Med/Pharm Informatics

New Information Technologies

Information Seekers, I-II Historical Resources, III

CR, HFIS
Classification Across Disciplines: The Same, Only Different. S. Miksa, B. Kwasnik, F. Miksa, D, Crabbe

 

 

 

 

 

 

III
Cultural Variations of Internet Development and Use. H. Xu, B. Li, S. Southwick, A. Komlodi, T. Haidar

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contributed Papers
Measuring User Performance During Interactions with Digital Video Collections. M. Yang, B. Wildemuth, G. Marchionini, T. Wilkens, G. Geisler, A. Hughes, R. Gruss, C. Webster

The Social Act of Citing: Towards New Horizons in Citation Theory . J. Nicolaisen

Three Social Distance Measures for Film Rankings.
G. Leazer, J. Furner, R. Napper

Contributed Papers
Haystacks and Hypotheses. J. Demaine, J. Martin, B. De Bruijn

Hybrid Hierarchical Classifiers for Categorization of Medical Documents. M. Ruiz, P. Srinivasan

An Approach to Protein Name Extraction Using Heuristics and a Dictionary.  K. Seki, J. Mostafa


 

DL
Architecture for Access: Multimedia Digital Libraries and Museum Applications.  A. Goodrum, S. Hastings, V. Kravchyna, T. Terrell, A. Yayla

 

 

 

 

 

Contributed Papers
Indexed Ideational Shifts in the Index-Catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon-General’s Office of the United States Army. J. Lussky

Structure of Domain Novice Users' Queries to a Historical Database. C. Cole, J. E. Leide, E. Nwakamma, J. Beheshti, A. Large

User Centric Design and Implementation of a Digital Historic Costume Collection
K. Martin, X. Lin, L. Lunin

1:30pm-2:45pm

Governance
2003 Board of Directors

3:00pm-5:00pm

Governance
2004 Board of Directors

3:30pm

Sessions by Track:

Information

Information Policy

Bibliometric & Related Research

Bio/Med/Pharm Informatics

New Information Technologies

Information Seekers, I-II Historical Resources, III

 


 

Contributed Papers
Digital Libraries in Action: The Latin American and Caribbean Experience.
L.Quiroga, J. Arias, A. Bellemore, R. Pacheco, A. Packer; I. Vivas; J. Voutssas, S. Allard, D. Barreau, Luz Quiroga

 

Literature-Based Discovery: New Trends and Techniques.
D. Swanson, P. Srinivasan,  M. Hearst, N. Smalheiser, C. Palmer

 

CR, DL, HCI
The Impact of HIPAA on the development of Electronic Medical Record Systems.  H. Ramachandran, S. Obilisetty, S. Bajaj

 

 

III, IFP
New Library Handheld Programs and Services.  J. Williams, L. Osegueda

 

 


 

 

6:00pm

Annual Presidents Reception, sponsored by John Wiley & Sons - See Photos!

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2003

8:30am

Tour of UCLA and Getty Art Museum Complex (separate fee)


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