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tba ICKM International Conference on Knowledge Management
FRIDAY, Oct. 24
tba ICKM International Conference on Knowledge Management
8:30-12:30 Seminar:  User studies with MORAE - Information Experience Laboratory University of Missouri (Part 1)
9:00-5:00 Seminar:  The Sense-Making Methodology Approach to Interviewing for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
1:00-6:00 Seminar:  User studies with MORAE - Information Experience Laboratory University of Missouri (Part 2)
8:30-12:30 Seminar:  The 4th Social Informatics SIG Research Symposium: 
                 People, Information and Technology: The Social Analysis of Computing (SIGs SI, USE, DL, CRIT)
8:30-5:00 Seminar:  19th Annual ASIS&T SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop:
                 Classification and the Arts: Enduring Practice, Alternative Strategies, and Contrasts with Other Domains
9:00-5:00 Seminar:  Personal Information Management as a Study and a Practice
9:00-5:00 Seminar:  Getting Started with User-Centered Taxonomy Design
1:30-6:00 Seminar:  The 8th SIG USE Research Symposium:
                 Future Directions: Information Behavior in design & the making of relevant research (SIGs SI, USE)
SUNDAY, Oct. 26
8:30-12:30 Seminar:  SIG HCI Research Symposium:
                 Human Computer Interaction in Interactive Information Environments with a Focus on Groups 
8:30 Chapter Assembly Meeting
10:00 SIG Cabinet Meeting
11:30 New Member and First Conference Brunch

Conference Sessions Begin

1:00 Plenary Session 1 Genevieve Bell, Howard Rheingold, Andrew Keen
3:30 Undergraduate Programs: Transforming LIS Education (SIG ED)
Robert Sandusky and Kenneth Fleischmann
SPEED MEETING: A Special Session to Introduce Attendees to Each Other in Person and via Web Cast (KM, BWP, MGT, VIS, STI)
Deborah Swain, Philip Edwards, Christopher Landbeck, Beatrice Pulliam, Diane Neal and Kris Liberman
e-Research Crosses the Pond: Contrasting transformations in the U.S. and U.K. (SI)
Christine Borgman, Jenny Fry, Clifford Lynch, Eric Meyer and Carole Palmer
Sense Making

Extending Sense-Making Model with Ideas from Cognition and Learning Theories.
Pengyi Zhang, Dagobert Soergel, Judith L. Klavans and Douglas W. Oard, all University of Maryland 

Designing for Knowledge Worker Informings: An Exemplar Application of Sense-Making Methodology.
Patricia Souto, University of Tampere; Brenda Dervin, Ohio State University; and Reijo Savolainen, University of Tampere 

Sensemaking Handoff: When and How?
Nikhil Sharma, University of Michigan 
Information Retrieval 1 

Large-Scale Multiple Hypothesis Testing in Information Retrieval: Towards a new approach to Document Ranking.
Miles Efron, University of Texas Austin 

Multifaceted Image Similarity Criteria as Revealed by Sorting Tasks.
Mari Laine-Hernandez and Stina Westman, both Helsinki University of Technology, Finland 

Automatic Keyword Extraction for Learning Object Repositories.
Kino Coursey, Rada Mihalcea and William Moen, all University of North Texas 
Posters 1
(authors present)
5:30 Leadership Development Program (free, but you must register in advance)
6:30 Welcome Reception
MONDAY, Oct. 27
8:00 Whither LIS Education
Moderator: Nancy K. Roderer, Johns Hopkins University; 
- Clifford A. Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information. Observations on the Future of Information Schools; 
- Ann E. Prentice, University of Maryland. The Information Education Landscape and Accreditation Issues
-Marcia J. Bates, Professor Emerita, UCLA. Shaping a Professional Identity
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Knowledge Management Career: Perception Versus Reality (SIG ED and KM)
Suliman Hawamdeh, Thomas J. Froehlich, Michael Koenig, T. Kanti Srikantaiah and Qiping Zhang
Credibility and authority of information in learning environments, SIG USE)
Olof Sundin, Heidi Julien, Louise Limberg and Soo Young Rieh
Users’ Cognition and Perception 1

The Effect of Need for Cognition on Search Performance.
Jingjing Liu and Xiangmin Zhang, both Rutgers University

Concept theory and the role of conceptual coherence in assessments of similarity. Louise Spiteri, Dalhousie University 

Sense Making and Sense Keeping for Multi-session Web Tasks.
Bonnie MacKay and Carolyn Watters, both Dalhousie University 

Disparities in public libraries' service levels based on neighborhood income and urbanization levels: a nationwide study.
Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, University of Wisconsin Madison 

Developing and Evaluating a Reliable Measure of User Engagement.
Heather L. O'Brien, Elaine G. Toms, E. Kevin Kalloway and Elizabeth Kelley, all Dalhousie University

Supporting Participation in Communities of Practice by Scientists from Developing Countries --- the Case of High Energy Physics. Airong Luo, University of Michigan 
Posters 1
10:30 Outcomes assessment and LIS education
Michelle Kazmer, Heidi Julien, John Bertot and Rae-Anne Montague
Retrieving and Using Visual Resources: Challenges and Opportunities for Research and Education (VIS, ED, DL, and USE)
Martha Smith, Youngok Choi, Ingrid Hsieh-Yee, Jane Greenberg, Hemalata Iyer and Edie Rasmussen
Tagging As A Communication Device: The Impact of Communities on Transforming Tag Information (SIG-TAG, SIG-KM and SIG-CR)
Heather D. Pfeiffer, Emma Tonkin, Mark R. Lindner, Margaret E. I. Kipp and David R. Millen
Learning Process and Systems 

A Repository for Learning Objects: Supporting the Reuse and Repurposing of Redesigned Courses and Their Content.
Svetlana Barnes, Fei Li, Serhiy Polyakov, Hong Xu and William Moen, University of North Texas

I-LEARN: A Model for Learning in the Information Age.
Delia Neuman, Drexel University 

Integrating the Group within Models of Information Processes. Elaine G Toms, Sandra Toze and Elizabeth Kelley, all Dalhousie University 
Information Behaviors and Use 1

Information Behavior in Requirements Engineering: An Initial Review of the Research.
Mike Alexander, University of Texas Austin

Credibility and the Use of Geospatial Media in Activism and Advocacy.
Lane DeNicola, Syracuse University 

Characterizing a Digital Library’s Users: Steps towards a Nuanced View of the User.
Lorraine Normore, University of Tennessee 

12:30 Committee Meetings - Awards and Honors, Constitution and Bylaws, Education, Membership, Publication
1:30 Celebrating the Information Professional
Joseph Janes, and others to be announced
My So-called Life on the Web. (USE, CR)
William Jones, Marcia Bates, Allison Brueckner, Gary Marchionini and Cathy Marshall
Award Winning Student Papers (SIG ED)
Barbara Wildemuth
Information Retrieval 2 

Toward Responsive Visualization Services for Scatter/Gather Browsing.
Weimao Ke and Javed Mostafa, both University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Yong Liu, Indiana University 

Supporting Document Triage via Annotation-based Visualizations.
Soonil Bae, DoHyoung Kim, Konstantinos Meintanis, J. Michael Moore, Anna Zacchi and Frank Shipman, all Texas A&M University; and Haowei Hsieh, University of Iowa, and Catherine Marshall, Microsoft Corporation 

It's all relative: usage of relative temporal expressions in triage notes.
Tessa Sullivan, Ann Irvine and Stephanie Haas, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Information Behavior and Use 2

Documentation Evaluation Model for Social Science Data.
Jinfang Niu and Margaret Hedstrom, both University of Michigan 

The Use of Information Sources by the Internet Users in Answering Questions.
Sanghee Oh, Jung Sun Oh and Chirag Shah, all University of North Carolina Chapel Hill 
Posters 2
(authors present 1:30-2:30pm)

3:30 Models, theories, and methods in image research: A discussion and a look to the future (VIS)
Samantha Hastings, June Abbas, Hemalata Iyer, Diane Neal and Abebe Rorissa
25 Years of SIG-III and the Future of International Information (III)
Toni Carbo, Bharat Mehra, Yunfei Du and Aaron Bowen
The Libraries of Second Life: How MUVE Could Shape the Future of Digital Libraries
Miguel Ruiz, Allison Brueckner, S. Thompson, Lili Luo and Brian O'Connor
Information Retrieval 3 

Do Human-Developed Index Terms Help Users? An Experimental Study of MeSH Terms in Biomedical Searching.
Ying-Hsang Liu and Nina Wacholder, both Rutgers University 

Improving Information Access to Digital Botanical Collection by Allowing Users to Search with Domain Knowledge.
Xiaoya Tang, Emporia State University, P. Bryan Heidorn, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

Exploiting Cascading Citations for Retrieval.
Dimitris Dervos and Leonidas Klimis, Thessaloniki ATEI, I.T. Dept. 
Information Market Mechanisms 

A Tale of Two DRM: The Co-Construction of Access and Use Rights for Licensed Digital Resources.
Kristin Eschenfelder and Barbara Walden, both University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Transforming Information Markets: Implications of the Digital Network Economy.
Benjamin J. Bates, University of Tennessee

Hunting for Hip, Hipsters, and Happenings on YouTube.
Chirag Shah and Gary Marchionini, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 
5:00 Committee Meetings - Leadership, Standards, Student Chapter Advisors, Nominations 
6:30 Alumni Reception
8:00 International Reception
TUESDAY, Oct. 28
7:00 Chapter Assembly Planning Breakfast
8:30 DRM: Digital Rights Management or Digital Restrictions Management? (LT)
Kevin L. Smith, Bill Burger, John Sullivan and Kristin Eschenfelder
ICT-Mediated Diaspora Studies: New Directions in Immigrant Information Behavior Research (III, USE)
Ajit Pyati, Clara Chu, Karen Fisher, Ramesh Srinivasan, Nadia Caidi, Danielle Allard and Diane Dechief
E-Valuating E-Reference: Transforming Digital Reference through Research and Evaluation (DL, USE)
Marie Radford, Lynn Connaway, Jeffrey Pomerantz, Lorri Mon and Joseph Janes
Information Retrieval 4

Interactive 3D Visual Retrieval for Art History Education.
Gerald Benoit, Simons College 

Approximate Phrase Searching: Movie Scripts and Song Lyrics.
Kathryn Patterson and Carolyn Watters, both Dalhousie University 

Design and Evaluation of a Keyframe Arrangement Framework for Video Storyboard Surrogates.
Hyunhee Kim, Myongji University and Yongho Kim, Pukyong National University
Knowledge Organization

A New Design Structure for a Classification System in Korean Traditional Performing Arts.
Ok nam Park, University of Washington, Sam Gyun Oh, Sungkyunkwan University.

Social Tagging in China and the USA: A Comparative Study.
Chen Xu, Long Island University/Wuhan University, China; and Heting Chu, Long Island University 

Better to Organize Personal Information by Folders Or by Tags?: The Devil Is in the Details. Andrea Civan, William Jones, Predrag Klasnja, Harry Bruce, all University of Washington 
Posters 3
(authors present 8:30-10:30am)


10:30 Making the Most of Conferences Via Social Networking (USE)
Crystal Fulton, Julia A. Hersberger, Kate Johnson, Ophelia T. Morey and Ruth Vondracek
The Google Online Marketing Challenge: A Multi-disciplinary Global Teaching and Learning Initiative Using Sponsored Search (ED, USE)
Bernard Jansen, Mark A. Rosso, Dan Russell, and Brian Detlor
Understanding Visual Search Tools through Users’ Reactions (CR, DL, ED, HCI, III, USE, VIS)
Efthimis Efthimiadis, Allison Druin and Andrew Large
Bibliometric Studies 

Author Bibliographic Coupling – Another approach to citation-based author knowledge network analysis.
Dangzhi Zhao and Andreas Strotmann, both University of Alberta

Reactive Tendencies of Bibliometric Indicators: Trends in the lphabetization of Authorship in Economics and Information Science. Tove Faber Frandsen and Jeppe Nicolaisen, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark 

Indicators of Structural Change and Interdisciplinarity: Dynamic Animations of Journal Maps.
Loet Leydesdorff, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Users Cognition and Perception 2

Users’ perception of Internet characteristics in the academic environment.
Abdulllah Almobarraz, Iman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 

Library Portal Images That Positively Influence Their Users’ Perception of the Portal.
James Smith, St. Francis College 

People Transforming Information - Information Transforming People: What the Neanderthals can teach us.
Charles Cole, McGill University
12:00 Awards Luncheon
2:00 Values and Information: An Interdisciplinary Examination
Denise Agosto, Kenneth Fleischmann, William Wallace, Andrea Japzon and Michael Khoo
Transforming Data into Services: Delivering the Next Generation of User-Oriented Collections and Services
Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Timothy Dickey, Edward O'Neill, Brian Lavoie, Scott Nicholson and Julia Gammon
In form & Informing: Materiality and Information Seeking (USE, SI)
Theresa DIrndorfer Anderson, Helena Francke, Sara Kjellberg and Olof Sundin
Institutional Repository and Archives 

Institutional repositories as portents of change: Disruption or reassembly? Conjectures and re-configurations.
Mary Anne Kennan and Fletcher Cole, both University of New South Wales 

Formation process and preservation of a natural electronic archive.
Maria Esteva, University of Texas Austin 

Collecting and Preserving Videogames and Their Related Materials: A Review of Current Practice, Game-Related Archives and Research Projects.
Megan Winget and Caitlin Murray, both University of Texas Austin
Information Retrieval 5

Automatic Semantic Mapping between Query Terms and Controlled Vocabulary through Using WordNet and Wikipedia.
Xiaozhong Liu, Jian Qin, Miao Chen, Syracuse University, Ji-Hong Park, Yonsei University 

Explicit Scientific Knowledge Comparison Based on Semantic Description Matching.
Weisen Guo and Steven Kraines, both University of Tokyo, Japan
4:00 Annual Business Meeting (all welcome)
5:00 International Relations Committee Meeting
Bulletin Advisory Board Meeting
8:00 SIG CON 
8:30 Global Perspective on Wikipedia Research (III, SI)
Pnina Shachaf, Noriko Hara, Susan Herring, Ewa Callahan, Paul Solomon, Besiki Stvilia and Sorin Matei
The Office: Integrating Perspectives from Across Information Science (USE)
Jenna Hartel, Soo Young Rieh, Theresa Anderson, William Jones, and Barbara Kwasnik
Issues in the Transformation of Health and Medical Information (KM, MED)
Tim Patrick, Paula Rhyner, Catherine Smith and Deborah Swain
Developing Curriculum for Digital Libraries and Digital Curation Education: Reflections on Synergies and Divergencies (DL)
Jeffrey Pomerantz, Helen R. Tibbo, Jerome McDonough, Carole Palmer, Edward A. Fox and Javed Mostafa
Factors of Searching 

Revisiting Search Task Difficulty: Behavioral and Individual Difference Measures.
Jacek Gwizdka, Rutgers University 

The Effect of Page Context on Magazine Image Categorization.
Stina Westman and Mari Laine-Hernandez, both Media Technology, Helsinki University of Technology 

The Role of Communication in Collaborative Information Searching.
Madhu Reddy, Bernard J. Jansen, Rshmi Krishnappa 
10:30 Plenary Session 2:  Connie M. Yowell
12:30 SIG Planning Meeting (All SIGs)
1:30 Adoption and Evaluation Issues of Automatic and Computer Aided Indexing Systems (DL)
Miguel Ruiz, Alan Aronson and Marjorie Hlava
Pioneering Women of the Information Age (HFIS)
Michael Buckland, Maria Rosario Osuna Alarcon, Robert V. Williams, Joan Lussky, Malissa Ruffner, Emily Glenn, Linda C. Smith and Carol Tenopir
Mapping Work in the Arts and Humanities: A Participatory Panel Discussion (AH)
Kristin Eschenfelder, Marija Dalbello, Paul Marty, Stephen Paling, Scott Simon, John Walsh, Megan Winget and Lisl Zach
Civic Engagement, Youth, and Community: The Role of Place, Education, Information, and Technology in Shaping Civic and Political Discourse (SIG-KM)
Leona Faust, Paul Jaeger, Stephanie Raill and Scott Robertson
Trends of Schools and the Fields 

Thematic Maps of 19 iSchools.
Chaomei Chen, Drexel University 

Departmental Websites and Female Student Recruitment.
Kristin Hanks, Indiana University 
3:30 Enabling Multilingual Access in Digital Libraries (DL)
Miguel Ruiz, Jiangping Chen, Douglas Oard, Noriko Kando, Carol Peters and Allison Druin
Web Service-based Applications: Optimizing Indexing, Searching, and Terminology Services (Standards Committee)
Marcia Zeng, Dongming Zhang, Diane Vizine-Goetz and Rebecca Guenthe
Waddling around the Digital Iceberg: Use of Virtual Spaces and Environments by children, preteens, and teens. (USE, HCI)
Dania Bilal, Eric Myers, Shari Lee, Andrew Large, Jamshid Beheshti and Nicole Vallieres
Knowledge Sharing and Management in Open Access e-Resources & Communities (KM, DL)
Qiping Zhang, Thomas Krichel, Cheryl Knott Malone, Heather D. Pfeiffer and Sarah Shreeves
Information Spaces (VIS, USE, SI)
Hamed Ekbia, Michael Buckland, Myke Gluck, Ray Larson and JIngfeng Xia
6:00 President's Reception