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ASIS Midyear '98

Proceedings of the 1998 ASIS Midyear Meeting
Orlando, FL
May 16-20, 1998

Edited by
Barbara M. Wildemuth, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

assisted by
Kris Liberman, Ernst & Young, and
Diane H. Sonnenwald, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


CONTENTS

Conference Committee / Preface

Plenary Speakers / Contributed Papers / Panel Sessions / Demonstrations / Indexes


PART I. PLENARY SPEAKERS

Michael Schrage

Jeffrey D. Smith


PART II. CONTRIBUTED PAPERS
(arranged alphabetically, by first author)

Teaching Collaborative Skills in Library and Information Science Education (LISE), by John Agada, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

A Statewide Cooperative Project: The Louisiana Library Network, by Carol L. Barry, Louisiana State University

The Potential of Computer Aided Design to Act as a Catalyst for Greater Professional Collaboration, by Mark Evans, Loughborough University (UK)

Evaluation of Community Networks, by Kim Gregson and Charlotte Ford, Indiana University

Pragmatic Collegiality: A Collaborative Planning and Governance Model for the Digital Library, by William J. Hubbard and George E. Whitesel, Jacksonville State University

Measuring the Impact of Information on Work Performance of Collaborative Engineering Teams,by Seung-Lye Kim, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

An Interactive and Collaborative Approach to Answering Questions for an Organization,by Vladimir A. Kulyukin, University of Chicago

Volunteer and Business Organizations: Similar Issues for Collaboration, by M. J. Norton, University of Southern Mississippi

Technology and Virtual Teams: Using Globally Distributed Groups in MBA Learning, by Lori Rockett, Josep Valor, Paddy Miller, University of Navarra (Spain), and Peter Naude, University of Manchester (UK)

Design for Collaboration in Networked Information Retrieval, by Robert J. Sandusky, Kevin R. Powell, and Annette C. Feng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Collaboration among Competitors - A First Economic Analysis, by Eberhard Stickel, Viadrina University Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

The Adaptive Hypertext: Behavioral Capture of User Relevance Judgments, by Terry Sullivan, University of North Texas

Collaboration Technology: Volatile Character of Group Decision Support Systems, by Bob Travica, Indiana University

Burglar's Tools: The Use of Collaborative Technology in Professional Socialization, by Judith Weedman, San Jose State University


PART III. PANEL SESSIONS
(arranged alphabetically, by title)

Case Studies in Academic Collaboration (CRS, LAN, TIS)

Collaborating with IT Groups to Promote Technology Training (LAN)

Collaboration for Community Outreach: Bridging the Gap (LAN, TIS, MED)

Collaborative Authoring and Electronic Document Management (PUB)

Corporate and University Collaborative Partnerships: Report from the Field

Developing a Culture of Measurement: Using Information to Foster Collaboration (HCI)

Educational Collaboration across International Boundaries

Issues in the Administration of Distance Learning (ED)

Leveraging Knowledge through Collaboration: Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice (MGT)

Managing Groupware: Hosting and Appropriation

Protection of Intellectual Property --Collaboration or Conflict: Hearings for an ASIS White Paper (IFP, PUB)

Student Collaboration across Distances

Student-Faculty Interactions across Distances (ED)

Teaching Collaborative Skills

Technologies Supporting Collaboration in an Educational Setting (ED)


PART IV. DEMONSTRATIONS
(arranged alphabetically, by title)

Collaborative Learning in an Intercultural Communication Course

Customized Products: Users and Developers as Collaborators

EColabor

If We Build it They Will Come: Collaboration in Advancing Information Arcade-inspired Teaching and Learning Spaces

An Interactive and Collaborative Approach to Answering Questions for an Organization

The ISI Electronic Solution: Linking a Bibliographic Layer with Databases, Web Content, and Publishers' Full Text

TWISTed Pairs: Librarian-Faculty Partnerships Create Web-Based Learning Environments


Participant Index

Special Interest Group (SIG) Index

Topic Index


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