Schedule:  Poster Presentations 

Meet the Authors!  Posters Reception, Monday 6pm

 Poster Set-up Instructions 

  1. Adoption of Virtual Worlds in Libraries, Valerie Hill and Lee Hyuk-Jin, both Texas Woman's University University
  2. Composition of Scientific Teams and Publication Productivity, Besiki Stvilia, Charles Hinnant, Katy Schindler, Adam Worrall, Gary Burnett, Kathleen Burnett, Michelle Kazmer and Paul Marty, all Florida State University
  3. Scientific International Collaboration of Turkey, Greece, Poland, and Portugal: A Bibliometric Analysis, Selenay Aytac, Long Island University
  4. The Public Library Catalogue as a Social Space: Transaction Log Analysis of User Interaction with Social Discovery Systems, Louise Spiteri, Dalhousie University, Laurel Tarulli, Halifax Public Libraries, and Alyssa Graybeal, Dalhousie University
  5. Factors Affecting Student Learning Outcomes of Information Literacy Instruction, Brian Detlor, McMaster University, Heidi Julien, University of Alberta, Alexander Serenko, Lakehead University and Lorne Booker, McMaster University 
  6. Influence & Incorporation: John Forbes Nash and the "Nash Equilibrium,” Katherine McCain and Roger McCain, both, Drexel University
  7. Impact Factor Inflation: Measuring the Gatekeeper Effect in Scientific Literature, Mark Costa, Syracuse University
  8. Convergence and Divergence in Tagging Systems: An Examination of Tagging Practices Over a Four Year Period, Margaret E.I. Kipp, UWM-SOIS
  9. Negative and Positive Affect: Intentional and Unintentional Influences on Digital Preservation Practice, Andrea Copeland Japzon, Indiana University
  10. The Usage of Scientific Data in SDSS Publications: A Content Analysis, Jian Zhang, Chaomei Chen and Michael Vogeley, all Drexel University
  11. Framework for Analysis of Online Course Design, Julia Kampov-Polevoi, UNC-Chapel Hill
  12. Does Degree of Work Task Completion Influence Retrieval Performance?, Peter Ingwersen, Toine Bogers and Marianne Lykke", all Royal School of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen, Denmark
  13. How Are Usability Elements - Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Satisfaction -Correlated Each Other in the Context of Digital Libraries?, Soohyung Joo, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  14. Application of Structural Equation Modelling in Exploring Tag Patterns: A Pilot Study, Margaret E.I. Kipp and Soohyung Joo, both UWM-SOIS
  15. Information Anxiety, Information Behavior, and Minority Graduate Students, Patricia Katopol, University of Iowa, School of Library and Information Science
  16. Machine Learning and Rule-Based Automated Coding of Qualitative Data, Kevin Crowston, Xiaozhong Liu and Eileen Allen, all Syracuse University School of Information Studies
  17. Changes in Middle School Students’ Six Contemporary Learning Abilities (6-CLAs) through Project-Based Design of Web-Games and Social Media Use, Rebecca Reynolds, Rutgers University
  18. A Comparison Between Usage-based and Citation-based Methods for Recommending Scholarly Research Articles, Andre Vellino, CISTI, National Research Council
  19. Assessing the Affective Impact of Social Navigation Tools in Facilitating Exploratory Search, Wan-Ching Wu and Muh-Chyun Tang, both National Taiwan University 
  20. Making Sense of Library 2.0 through Technological Frames, Ming-Hsin Chiu, National Taiwan Normal University
  21. Navigating uncertain health information: Implications for decision making, Shelagh K. Genuis, University of Alberta
  22. Newsblog Relevance: Applying Relevance Criteria to News-Related Blogs, Abby Goodrum, Richard Pope, Elizabeth Godo and Jessica Thom, all Ryerson University
  23. Evidence-Based Information Literacy Instruction: Curriculum Planning from the Ground Up, Lisa M. Given, Heidi Julien, Dana Ouellette and Jorden Smith, all University of Alberta 
  24. Metadata Tensions: A Case Study of Library Principles vs. Everyday Scientific Data Practices, Matthew S. Mayernik, UCLA
  25. Syntagmatic Semantic Relations of User Tags, Kyunghye Yoon, SUNY, Oswego
  26. What Are People Really Saying in World of Warcraft Chat?, Laura Christopherson, UNC Chapel Hill School of Information & Library Science
  27. The Social Networks in the Information Horizons of College Students: A Pilot Study, Tien-I Tsai, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  28. Collaborative Information Behavior: The Case of an Interdisciplinary Charrette, Sean Goggins and Ulrike Altenmueller-Lewis, both Drexel University
  29. Building a Virtual Archives and Preservation Curriculum Laboratory at Simmons GSLIS, Jeannette Bastian and Terry Plum, both Simmons College 
  30. Unsupervised Extraction of Text Segments from Heterogeneous Document Collections, Hong Cui, University of Arizona
  31. Burning up: Finding Fever Expressions in Triage Notes, Stephanie Haas, Debbie Travers, Deepika Mahalingam, John Crouch, Javed Mostafa and Anna Waller, all University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  32. A Capability Maturity Model for Scientific Data Management, Kevin Crowston and Jian Qin, both Syracuse University
  33. Deep, Efficient, and Dialogic Study of Undergraduate Information Seeking and Use, Brenda Dervin, Ohio State University, and Rea Devakos, University of Toronto
  34. Unique Qualities of Historian' Information-Seeking Behavior in Historical Research, Hea Lim Rhee, University of Pittsburgh
  35. How Public Library Systems in New York State Make Service Decisions: Case Studies at Three Cooperative Public Library Systems, Xiaoai Ren, Department of Informatics, University at Albany, State University of New York
  36. Traditional versus Emerging Knowledge Organization Systems: Consistency of Subject Indexing of the Web by Indexers and Taggers, Yunseon Choi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  37. Collecting Legacy Corpora From Social Science Research for Text Mining Evaluation, Bei Yu and Min-Chun Ku, both School of Information Studies, Syracuse University
  38. Video Semantic Search Using Tagsonomies, Hyun Hee Kim, Myongji University and Yong Ho Kim, Pukyong National University
  39. Tailoring the Greenstone ‘Librarian’ for Seniors: Eliciting Metadata and Browsing Structures, Sally Jo Cunningham and Erin Bennett, both Waikato University
  40. Usability of Greenstone’s ‘Librarian’ to Create and Maintain a Digital Library: The Case of Senior Users, Sally Jo Cunningham and Erin Bennett, both Waikato University
  41. Conceptualizations of Cultural Heritage in Information Science, Marija Dalbello and Iulian Vamanu, both Rutgers University, School of Communication & Information
  42. Live Music, Social Media and Participatory Metadata, Jessica Lingel, Rutgers University
  43. Organization as a Means for Informing Repository Design: The Convergence of Knowledge Organization and Personal Information Management in Scientific Data, Hollie White, Metadata Research Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Information and Library Science
  44. Understanding Personal Digital Music Collections, Justin Brinegar and Robert Capra, both University of North Carolina
  45. An Experimental Study on the Retrieval Effectiveness of Collaborative Tags, Kun Lu and Margaret Kipp, both School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
  46. The Deep Web in Institutional Repositories in Japan, Teru Agata, Asia University, Yosuke Miyata, Keio University, Atsushi Ikeuchi, Tsukuba University, and Shuichi Ueda, Keio University
  47. Enhancing Open Access in the Biomedical Field, Keiko Kurata, Keio University, Mamiko Matsubayashi, University of Tsukuba, Shinji Mine, Mie University, Keiko Yokoi, Tokyo Institute of Technology Library, and Tomoko Morioka, Kunitachi College of Music Library
  48. Mobile Phone Search for Library Catalogs, Ramona Broussard, Yongyi Zhou and Matthew Lease, all School of Information University of Texas at Austin
  49. Enriching a Thesaurus as a Better Retrieval Aid, Yejun Wu, Louisiana State University
  50. Supporting Community-Building in Digital Libraries: A Pilot Study of LibraryThing, Adam Worrall, College of Communication and Information, Florida State University
  51. Analysis of Social Network Sites and Supporting Functions, Rebecca Anderson, University of Tennessee
  52. Help Seeking Behaviors in Computer-Based Tasks: Preliminary Analysis, Lei Wu, University of Tennessee
  53. Delineating Citation Concepts for Author Studies, Kun Lu and Dietmar Wolfram, both School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee 
  54. Demonstrating a Service-Enhanced Retrieval System, Philipp Schaer, Philipp Mayr and Peter Mutschke", all GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
  55. Comparing Image Users and Uses With Web Analytics, Xin Wang, Thomas Kochtanek and James Borwick, all School of Information Science & Learning Technologies, University of Missouri
  56. The Influence of Search Stage on Gaze Behavior in a Faceted Search Interface, Bill Kules, The Catholic University of America, and Robert Capra, University of North Carolina
  57. Information Behavior in Palliative Care: an Exploratory Reflection on the Diversity and Multiplicity of Contexts, Ina Fourie, University of Pretoria
  58. Netflix Recommendations for Groups, Steve Berry, Steve Fazzio, Yongyi Zhou, Bethany Scott and Luis Francisco-Revilla, all UT School of Information
  59. Anomalous Literature and Open-access Publishing, a Comparative Analysis., Gabriel Peterson, North Carolina Central University
  60. Users’ Seeking Behavior and Multilingual Image Tags, Miguel Ruiz and Pok Chin, both University of North Texas
  61. Everyday Serendipity as Described in Social Media, Victoria Rubin, Jacquelyn Burkell and Anabel Quan-Haase, all University of Western Ontario
  62. Human Abstracts, Machine Summaries, Cyborg Solutions?, Ahmad Kamal and Victoria Rubin, both University of Western Ontario
  63. How Hierarchical Structures May Influence the Way That We Think, Aaron Loehrlein, University of British Columbia
  64. Who Shares? Who Doesn’t? Bibliometric Factors Associated with Open Archiving of Biomedical Datasets, Heather Piwowar, NESCent
  65. Trust in Online Health Information: Purchasing Medicine or Vitamins Online (Preliminary Analysis of the 2007 Health Information National Trends Survey), Jung A Lee, Florida State University
  66. From Text to RDF Triple Store: An Application for Biodiversity Literature, Hong Cui, Kenneth(Yang) Jiang and Partha Pratim Sanyal, all University of Arizona
  67. Technology and Work Practices in Citizen Science, Andrea Wiggins, Syracuse University
  68. Extending the Reach of our Collective Cultural Heritage: The IMLS DCC Flickr Feasibility Study, Jacob Jett, Carole Palmer, Katrina Fenlon and Zoe Chao, all University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  69. Expediting Medical Literature Coding with Query-building, Alex Garnett, University of British Columbia, Heather Piwowar, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, and Edie Rasmussen and Judy Illes, University of British Columbia
  70. An Exploratory Analysis on Unsuccessful Image Searches, EunKyung Chung, Ewha Womans University and JungWon Yoon, University of South Florida
  71. Curators to the Stars, David Fearon, Christine Borgman, Sharon Traweek and Laura Wynholds, all UCLA
  72. Relating Data Practices, Types, and Curation Functions: An Empirically Derived Framework, Melissa Cragin, Carole Palmer and Tiffany Chao, all University of Illinois
  73. Rapid Access to Reference Resources, Michael Buckland, Ryan Shaw and Daniel Melia, all University of California, Berkeley
  74. Characterizing Environmental Information Users, Lorraine Normore, University of Tennessee
  75. Information Sharing in Blog: Exploring Students’ Blog Usage for Class Activity and Gender Difference, Ji-Hyun Kim, Florida State University, and Hwan Jin Choi, Hanshin University
  76. Re-visiting the Digital Divide: Health Information Seeking in a Pre-natal Program in a Minority Urban Health Center, Prudence Dalrymple, Lisl Zach and Michelle Rogers, all Drexel University
  77. Designing Metadata for Long-Term Data Preservation: DataONE Case Study, Betsy Gunia, Northwestern University, and Robert Sandusky, University of Illinois at Chicago
  78. Overcoming Obstacles to Sketching the Design of Collections with Rhetorical Purpose, Eryn Whitworth, School of Information UT Austin
  79. Comparison of Technical Support for Open Source Software versus Proprietary Software, Vandana Singh, University of Tennessee
  80. Evaluating Project Management Interface Visualization on Mobile Devices, Lucio Campanelli and Carolyn Bates, both UWM SOIS
  82. What Do LIS Faculty Need for Professional Development?, Trudi Bellardo Hahn, University of Maryland College of Information Studies, and June Lester, University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies
  83. Principle Violations: Revisiting the Dublin Core 1:1 Principle, Richard Urban, University of Illinois
  84. Deriving a Categorical Vector Space Model for Web Page Recommendations Based on Wikipedia’s Content, Pei-Chia Chang and Luz Quiroga, both University of Hawaii at Manoa
  85. HCI Browser: A Tool for Studying Web Search Behavior, Robert Capra, University of North Carolina
  86. Evaluating Data Citation and Sharing Policies in the Earth Sciences, Nicholas Weber, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Heather Piwowar, and Todd Vision, both National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  87. Avatar Transparency and the Establishment of Trust in Virtual Information Eco-systems, John Marino, Peyina Lin, Natascha Karlova and Mike Eisenberg, all University of Washington
  88. A Comparison of Mapping Algorithms for Author Cocitation Data Analysis, Haozhen Zhao and Xia Lin, both College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University
  89. A Method to Track Dataset Reuse in Biomedicine: Filtered GEO Accession Numbers in PubMed Central, Heather Piwowar, NESCent
  90. A Comparative Analysis of User-generated and Author-generated Metadata for Web Resources, Bing He, Ying Ding, Staša Milojevi and Elin Jacob, all Indiana University Bloomington
  91. YouTube Space as the Propagative Source for Social Power - an Experimental Study on the Social Meaning of Disaster, AIKO TAKAZAWA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  92. Domain Specific Entity and Relationship Extraction from Query Logs, Parikshit Sondhi, UIUC, and Raman Chandrasekar, Microsoft Research
  93. Customizable Avatars for a Health Information System: An Exploratory Design, Lisa Given, Ali Grotkowski, Quinn Fletcher and Stan Ruecker, all University of Alberta