(ASIS '97)

November 1-6, 1997
Washington, DC


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Sunday, November 2, 1997

1:00-3:00 Pamoja: A Training Simulation for International Information Flow
(SIG III)
Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)
3:30-5:30 Pamoja: A Training Simulation for International Information Flow
(SIG III)
Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)

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Monday, November 3, 1997

9:00-11:00 Keynote Plenary Session

1:00-3:00 Then and Now: Information Science Problems and Systems
(SIG HFIS, ED)
Theory Contributed Papers Strategic Transformations of Information Services
(SIG MGT, III, FID Information Industry Committee)
Semiotic Approaches to Information Science
(SIG VIS, STI)
Linking Government Data Producers to the Intermediary User Communities
(Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)
3:30-5:30 The Clash of Stakeholders on the Information Superhighway: Will Public Interest and Fair Use Survive
(SIG PUB, HFIS)
Theories in Information Science
(SIG HFIS, ED)
Strategic Transformations of Information Services
(SIG MGT, III, FID Information Industry Committee)
Semiotic Approaches to Information Science
(SIG VIS, STI)
to be determined
Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)

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Tuesday, November 4, 1997

9:00-11:00 The State of the Art Search Engines as Intelligent Agents
(SIG IAE)
Web User Assessment Contributed Papers Classificatory Structures and the Construction of Reality
(SIG CR, TIS)
Information Retrieval Interaction Contributed Papers International Assistance for Networking in Less-Developed Countries
(SIG III)
Interface Design for Digital Special Collections
(SIG HCI)
1:00-3:00 Studies of Faculty Transition to the Use of Electronic Information Resources
(SIG MED, STI)
Time as a Factor in the Evaluation of Information Quality
(SIG IAE, HFIS)
Academic Users Contributed Papers / Special Bibliographies Contributed Papers Globalization: Shaping Organizational Strategies, Building Partnerships, and Enhancing Information Exchange in the Information Age
(SIG III)
Multilingual Databases in the Networking Age: Strategies for Connecting Producers and Users
(SIG CRS)
Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)

3:30-5:30 ASIS Annual Business Meeting

8:00 SIG CON

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Wednesday, November 5, 1997

9:00-11:00 Networked Distribution of Electronic Publications: Planning and Research
(SIG TIS, NFAIS)
Approaching Information: Retrieval Designs Affecting Digital Collections (SIG CRS) Organizing and Representing Knowledge Graphically Using Classificatory Structures
(SIG VIS, HCI)
Image retrieval Contributed Papers Digital Library Evaluation Contributed Papers Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)
1:00-3:00 Digital Collections for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
(SIG TIS)
Providing Library Resources via the WWW: Implications for User Studies
(SIG LAN)
Electronic Publications in the Sciences: An Examination of Production, Distribution, and Use
(SIG STI)
Metadata, the Uniform Resource Characteristics, and What URCs Mean for Access
(SIG CR, LAN, PUB)
to be determined
Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)
3:30-5:30 Communities and Electronic Networks Contributed Papers Information Technology Projects at the National Library of Medicine
(SIG MED, STI)
Theory of Structured Approaches Contributed Papers Metadata Contributed Papers Classification and Indexing for Image Collections: Theory and Practice
(SIG CR, VIS)
Interface Design for a High-Speed World: On-Site Demonstration of Iterative Prototyping
(SIG HCI)

7:30 Banquet

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Thursday, November 6, 1997

9:00-10:15 Funders Forum Part I

10:45-12:00 Funders Forum Part II

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