Association for Information Science and Technology

Annual Meeting
November 12-17, 2004
Providence, Rhode Island

“Managing and Enhancing Information:
Cultures and Conflicts”

ASIS&T 2004 Annual Meeting Logo Rhode Island State House

                                                                   POSTERS                           Cluster 1   Cluster 2   Cluster 3

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Cluster 1: Information Organization and Access
Sunday, Nov. 14 (3:30pm-6:00pm)- Monday, Nov. 15 (8:00am-9:30am)

  1. POP: Poster Optimisation Problem; Llewellyn C. Puppybreath
     
  2. The Southern Appalachian Information Node (SAIN) of the National Biological Information Infrastructure; Bonnie C. Carroll, Franciel Azpurua-Linares
     
  3. Defining a Metadata Structure to Support Integration; Sheila O. Denn, Jung Sun Oh, M. Cristina Pattuelli 
     
  4. The HUMIRS Project: Phase I; J. Stephen Downie
     
  5. Government Information as a Legitimacy Tool?:  A Comparison of State Chronic Wasting Disease Web Sites; Kristin R. Eschenfelder, Phoebe M. Chiu, Ian Alderman
     
  6. Hearing and Feeling the Data: Multivariate Multimodal Choropleth Mapping; Myke Gluck, Wooseob Jeong, Eric Huggard, Sean Moran 
     
  7. Finding Victoria Adams: Name Authority Control in Digital Libraries; Suzanne Graham, Sheila McAlister
     
  8. Evaluation of Thesauri for Automatic Query Expansion and Searching Within Document Structure; P. Bryan Heidorn, Jing Zhang, Hongyan Sun 
     
  9. AddToFavorites2 (ATF2): Prototype and Evaluation; Pei-Yun Sabrina Hsueh, Ammy Jiranida Phuwanartnurak
     
  10. A Hybrid Approach to Discover High Level Category Structure of a Statistical Website; Dihui Lu, Junliang Zhang
     
  11. Usability of Digital Libraries: An Evaluation Model; Judy Jeng
     
  12. Online Braille Generator With Force Feedback Effects; Wooseob Jeong
     
  13. Bibliographic Access Using a Case-Based Reasoning Engine; David H. Jonassen and Sanda Erdelez
     
  14. Study on Distribution of Relevant Documents on Ranked Lists of Similarity; Giyeong Kim, Hyuk-Jin Lee
     
  15. At the Crossroads in Digital Image Metadata: How to Meld 2D and 3D Element Requirements; Victoria Kravchyna, Elise Lewis, Sam Hastings
     
  16. Task Type and a Faceted Classification of Task; Yuelin Li
     
  17. Approaches to Migration of Information for Use on Small Screens; Bonnie MacKay, Carolyn Watters, Jack Duffy
     
  18. Bring Order to Text Corpora Using Automatically Generated Concept Hierarchies; Chulin Meng
     
  19. Cross-Language Information on the Web: An Exploratory Study of an Arabic-English Search Engine; Haidar Moukdad 
     
  20. Kontextual Interactive Support System; Guillermo A. Oyarce
     
  21. An Ontology-Driven Approach to Accessing and Understanding Statistical Information in the GovStat Project; Maria Cristina Pattuelli, Junliang Zhang 
     
  22. Markup analysis: A Conceptual Framework for Digital Content Design; Paul Scifleet, Concepcion S. Wilson
     
  23. Measuring and Assuring Metadata Quality in Federated Digital Collections; Besiki Stvilia, Les Gasser, Michael B. Twidale 
     
  24. A User-Centered Framework for Evaluation of Classification Schemes on the Web; Chang Su 
     
  25. Long-Term Collaboration Across Disciplines: iLumina Digital Library's Metadata Development Team; Deborah E. Swain, Marilyn K. McClelland, and Barbara P. Heath 
     
  26. The Metamap; James M. Turner
     
  27. Mapping Subjects on Campus; William J. Wheeler 
     
  28. Using a Game Theory Model as a Frame for Presentation of Economic News Content; Howard M. Williams 
     
  29. Comparative Literary Style Mining Between Native and Non-Native English Writers; Bei Yu 


Cluster 2: Information Science Issues and Practices
Monday, Nov. 15 (1:30pm-6:00pm)
  1. POP: Poster Optimisation Problem; Llewellyn C. Puppybreath
     
  2. Informed Creation Aids Preservation: Preparing for the Future at the Moment of Creation; Suzie Allard, Gail McMillan
     
  3. Civil Society, Information and Communications Technology, and Good Governance: Challenges Facing South Africa; Albert Arko-Cobbah 
     
  4. Building Bridges: Human-Computer Interaction and Software Engineering; Michael E. Atwood, Jodi C. Williams, Katherine W. McCain
     
  5. Validating Qualitative Research: Determining the Generalizability of Qualitative Findings; Joan C. Bartlett, Elaine G. Toms
     
  6. The Future of Libraries in the Community Networking Era: The Canadian Experience; Nadia Caidi, Andrew Clement
     
  7. Rejecting and Resisting New Ideas in Science; Juan Miguel Campanario, Erika Acedo
     
  8. Studying the Competition for Space in Academic Journals: IHPI (In-House Publication Index); Juan Miguel Campanario, Cristina Rodriguez
     
  9. Getting in on the Front End of Information Systems Development: An Exploration of Records Manager/Systems Analyst Interactions in State Government; Lynne Cooper Chase
     
  10. Charting the Greek Web; Efthimis N. Efthimiadis, Carlos Castillo, Ricardo Baeza-Yates
       
  11. The National Biological Information Infrastructure; Mike Frame, Franciel Azpurua-Linares 
     
  12. The HistCite System for Mapping and Bibliometric Analysis of the Output of Searches Using the ISI Web of Knowledge; Eugene Garfield, Alexander I. Pudovkin
     
  13. Understanding Organizational Information Quality; Les Gasser, Besiki Stvilia 
     
  14. The Structuring of GIS Technologies: The World Trade Center Crisis as a Change Episode; J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Teresa Harrison, Dubravka Juraga, Theresa Pardo, Fiona Thompson
     
  15. International Communities of Practice: Conservators, Administrators, and Scholars Report Situations of Uncertainty; Maria E. Gonzalez
     
  16. Public Library Web Sites: Identity, Inclusion, and Innovation in a Digital Age; Brenda Hough
     
  17. Wired South Korea: The Success Story of Broadband Diffusion; Heisung Kum
     
  18. Power of Systems Offices in Academic Libraries Based on Strategic Contingencies Theory; Sook Lim
     
  19. A Citation Context Analysis of Frederick P. Brooks' The Mythical Man-Month; Katherine W. McCain, Laura J. Salvucci 
     
  20. Exploratory Research on the Role of Information Professionals in Knowledge Management Programs; Stewart Mohr, Clair McInerney, Stacy Mandelker
     
  21. Digitization of Biodiversity Information: Research Opportunities to Library and Information Science Professionals; Shubhada Nagarkar, Harsha Parekh, Geoffrey Bowker
     
  22. Mapping the “Human” Side of Computing: An Author Cocitation Analysis of the Interrelationships Between Ergonomics, Human-Computer Interaction and Human Factors Research; Gulshan Panjwani, Katherine McCain
     
  23. Where’s the Library in Service Learning: Theoretical Models of Partnership Between Service Learning Faculty and Academic Libraries; John Riddle
     
  24. Implementing an Open Access Project at the MBLWHOI Library; Amy Stout
     
  25. Working in Shannon’s Shadow: Mistaken Identity and Persistent Entropy of Information Concepts; Tonyia J. Tidline
     
  26. A Diversified Approach to Creating a Community of Practice in Bioinformatics; K.T.L. Vaughan, Barrie Hayes, Margaret Eilene Moore 


Cluster 3: Information Seeking and Use
Tuesday, Nov. 17 (8:30am-12:00noon)
  1. POP: Poster Optimisation Problem; Llewellyn C. Puppybreath 
     
  2. Everyday Life Information Seeking of Urban Young Adults: Preliminary Results; Denise E. Agosto, Sandra Hughes-Hassell
     
  3. Information Seeking and Gathering Behavior in High-Risk Professions and Aksakal Social Virtual Interface (SVI) Model; Baris Aksakal
     
  4. “Life in the Round” and the Homeless in Washington State: Implications of Their IB for Service Planning; SJ Alexander, Karen E. Fisher
     
  5. Senior Thesis Citation Behavior in the Classes of 1993 and 2003; Elana Broch, Jackie Druery
     
  6. Tracking Health Information Sources and Care Decisions of Participants in a University Health Plan: Study Design and Preliminary Results; Donald O. Case, James E. Andrews
     
  7. Managing the Digital University Desktop: Do User Behaviors Help or Hinder Records Management Programs? Kimberly Chang
     
  8. Consumer Health Information Seeking and the Web: Preliminary Findings from Direct Users, Proxy Searchers, and Health Service Providers; Joan C. Durrance, Karen E. Fisher, Tammara Turner, Eunice Kua, Jennie Abrahamson
     
  9. The Web Searching of Greeks: An Exploratory Study; Efthimis N. Efthimiadis, Pei-Yun Hsueh
     
  10. Information Habits and Information Grounds in the Northwest: Preliminary Findings From Across Multiple Populations; Karen E. Fisher, Charles M. Naumer, Joan C. Durrance
     
  11. Consumer Health Information Seeking: Strategies and Perspectives of People With Chronic Illness; Maude Frances
     
  12. Job-Profiles: Incorporating Contextual Factors into Workplace Search Queries; Luanne Freund, Elaine G. Toms
     
  13. MOAC II User Evaluation: Making Museum Content Useful, Part 2; Anne Gilliland-Swetland, Carina MacLeod, Kathleen Svetlik, Layna White
  14. Interacting With the Patient: Communication Modeling in a Medical Environment; Lewis Hassell, Geoff Bird
     
  15. Information Seeking Behavior in Computer and Network Security Mailing Lists; Lance Hayden
     
  16. Sharing and Community Building in an Internet-Based Community; Julia Hersberger, Kevin Rioux, Ray O’Keefe Cruitt
     
  17. Using Activity Theory Framework to Study Information Behavior of Competitive Intelligence (CI) Professionals; Tao Jin
     
  18. Exploring the Role of Genre in Web Searching; Alistair Kennedy, Michael Shepherd, Carolyn Watters
     
  19. Enhancing Digital Information Access in Public Libraries—A Survey Report of Residents' Use of Public Resources in Connecticut; Yan Quan Liu, Craig Martin, Eileen Roehl, George Li, Sheila Ward
     
  20. Promoting Health Literacy Using Interactive Web Technologies: Examining the Effects of Interactivity on Comprehension Using an Individual Differences Perspective; Mia Liza A. Lustria
     
  21. Meeting OPAC User Needs: Quantity and Quality of Bibliographic Displays; Danielle H. Miller
     
  22. Effectiveness of Distance Learning Modules for Part-Time Students of LIS in Croatia; Kornelija Petr, Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić
     
  23. Informational Needs in Contemporary Arts: A Case Study; Stéphanie Pouchot, Pierrette Bergeron, Michelle Gauthier, Suzanne Bertrand-Gastaldy, James Turner
     
  24. An Academic Library's Redesign—What Do the Users Want from the University of Washington Libraries? Samantha Starmer, Jennifer Ward
     
  25. An Investigation of a Query Term Elicitation Technique Using Faceted Query Boxes; Muh-Chyun Tang, Sun Yin, Nicholas Belkin
     
  26. Web Page Re-Visiting Behavior of Graduate Students: A Pilot Study With Implications for System Design; Hong Zhang
     
  27. Visualization of Themes and Trends of Research on Information Use and Users during 1980-2004; Yin Zhang
     
  28. IFLA FRBR as User-Centered Metadata Evaluation Framework for Moving Image Collections; Ying Zhang, Judy Jeng, Yuelin Li 

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