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President's Reception Featuring Posters 

Monday 6:30pm

  1. Evaluating the National Science Digital Library for Learning Application Readiness. Kathryn Ginger and Letha Goger, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

  2. Document Constancy and Persistence: A Study of Web Pages in Library and Information Science Domain. Fatih Oguz, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Wallace Koehler, Valdosta State University

  3. Metacognition & Conceptual Drifting in Interactive Information Retrieval: An Exploratory Field Study. Geoffrey Liu and Steven Chong, San Jose State University

  4. The State of Play: Education for Information Literacy. Heidi Julien, University of Alberta

  5. How Some Online Undergraduate Students Understand Copyright. Carlos Ovalle and Philip Doty, both of University of Texas at Austin

  6. Seeking Information from Government Resources: A Comparative Analysis of Two Communities’ Web Searching of Municipal Government Web Sites. Frank Lambert, Kent State University

  7. Study of Multitasking, Cognitive Coordination and Cognitive Shifts in Web Search: Preliminary Findings. Jia Tina Du, University of South Australia

  8. Parliamentarians Information Needs and Seeking Behavior: A Case Study of Kuwait. Nahed AlHaidari, Brunel University

  9. Changes in Users’ Knowledge Structures Before and After Web Search on a Topic: Analysis Using the Concept Map. Hitomi Saito, Aichi University of Education; Ryo Nakashima, Sumitomo Electric Information Systems Co., Ltd.; Yuka Egusa, National Institute for Educational Policy Research; Masao Takaku, National Institute for Materials Science; Hitoshi Terai, Nagoya University; Makiko Miwa, The Open University of Japan; and Noriko Kando, National Institute of Informatics

  10. Challenges in Automated Deception Detection in Computer-Mediated Communication. Victoria L. Rubin and Niall J. Conroy, both of University of Western Ontario

  11. Using Map-Based Visual Interfaces to Facilitate Knowledge Discovery in Digital Libraries. Olha Buchel and Kamran Sedig, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada

  12. An Investigation into Singapore Youth’s Awareness and Perceived Confidence of Media Literacy. Lian Huay Lim and Yin-Leng Theng, both of Nanyang Technological University

  13. Classifying Values in Informal Communication: Adapting the Meta-Inventory of Human Values for Tweets. Jes Koepfler and Kenneth R. Fleischmann, both of University of Maryland

  14. Who Had Access to JURIS? A Failed Case of Open Access. Xiaohua Zhu, University of Tennessee

  15. Application of FRBR to Existing MARC Data: A Comparison of Outcomes. Erik Mitchell, Carolyn McCallum and Patricia Strickland, all of Wake Forest University

  16. Co-Designing Contextual Tutorials for Older Adults on Searching Health Information on the Internet. Tom Yeh, Bo Xie, Greg Walsh, Ivan Watkins and Man Huang, all of University of Maryland

  17. Effectiveness of Real-Time Query Expansion in a Library Catalog. Xi Niu and Bradley Hemminger, both of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  18. Faster, Better or Both? Looking at Both Sides of Online Question-Answering Coin. Vanessa Kitzie and Chirag Shah, both of Rutgers University

  19. Automatic Assignment of ICD9-CM Codes Using Machine Learning and UMLS Concepts Mappings. Miguel Ruiz, Emporia State University

  20. Counting Methods & University Ranking by H-Index. Mu-hsuan Huang and Chi-Shiou Lin, both of National Taiwan University

  21. Using Dwell Time as an Implicit Measure of Usefulness in Different Task Types. Jingjing Liu, Southern Connecticut State University; and Nicholas Belkin, Michael Cole and Jacek Gwizdka, all of Rutgers University

  22. Photovoice: A Participatory Method for Information Science. Lisa M. Given, Charles Sturt University; and Anna Opryshko, Heidi Julien and Jorden Smith, all of University of Alberta, Canada

  23. Preliminary Findings: Image-Enabled Discourse and the Creation of Visual Information. Jaime Snyder, Syracuse University

  24. The Roots of Social Informatics through Tri-Citation Analysis of Rob Kling’s Oeuvre. Christopher Mascaro, Sean Goggins and Katherine McCain, all of Drexel University

  25. Does Domain Knowledge Influence Search Stopping Behavior. Maureen Dostert, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  26. Library and Information Science (LIS) As We See It: An Overview at the State and Country Level from 1965-2010. Erjia Yan and Ying Ding, both of Indiana University

  27. International Students' Acculturation Information Seeking: Personality, Information Needs and Uses. Sei-Ching and Joanna Sin, Nanyang Technological University; and Kyung-Sun Kim, Jiekun Yang, Joung-A Park, Zac T. Laugheed, all of University of Wisconsin-Madison

  28. Visualizing Collaboration: Central Authors and Strong Ties in Evolutionary Game Theory. Katherine McCain, Drexel University

  29. Social Speech Summarization. Hyun Hee Kim, Myongji University

  30. ScholarWiki System for Knowledge Indexing and Retrieval. Xiaozhong Liu, Indiana University; and Jian Qin and Miao Chen, Syracuse University

  31. Network Analysis of Tagging Structure. Ji-Lung Hsieh and Li-Chiao Chiu, both of National Taiwan Normal University

  32. The Serendipity Quotient. Lori McCay-Peet, Dalhousie University, and Elaine Toms, University of Sheffield

  33. Recovering Memory: Sense-Making and Recall Strategies of Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment. Lynne Howarth and Erica Hendry, both of University of Toronto, Canada

  34. A Comparative Experiment of the Effect of Visualization on User Performance of Information Systems. Xiaojun Yuan, University at Albany, SUNY

  35. Design of a Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Spoken Language Interface to Information Systems. Nicholas Belkin, Rutgers University; and Xiaojun Yuan, Chris Jordan and Catherine Dumas, all of University at Albany, SUNY

  36. Voxalead: How to Search for Information in Videos Automatically Enriched and Indexed. Julien Law-To and Gregory Grefenstette, both of Exalead

  37. HeMT: A Multilingual System for Human Evaluation of Metadata Records Machine Translation. Jiangping Chen, Olajumoke Azogu and Wenqian Zhao, all of University of North Texas; and Miguel Ruiz, Emporia State University

  38. Social Media Discomfort: The Clash between the Old and the New at Work. Emma Forsgren and Katriina Byström, both of University of Borås

  39. Rethinking Tradition: The Loss of Serendipity and the Impact of Technology on the Historical Research Process. Anabel Quan-Haase and Kim Martin, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada

  40. Crowdworker Filtering with Support Vector Machine. Hohyon Ryu and Matthew Lease, both of University of Texas at Austin

  41. How Do Graduate Students Manage Their Electronic Information Collections? Investigating Management Activities and Practices. SooJin Park, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  42. Facilitating Exploratory Search on Image Metadata with Relations. Qi Li and Daqing He, both of University of Pittsburgh

  43. An Analysis of Online News Comments on Children's Racial Perceptions in the U.S. Hsin-liang Chen, Indiana University, and Robin Moeller, Appalachian State University

  44. Customer Feedback Management: Creating an Organizational Process of Information Use. David Li Tang, France Bouthillier, Pierre Pluye, Roland Grad, all of McGill University, Canada, and Carol Repchinsky, Canadian Pharmacists Association

  45. Enabling Trust in Crowd Labor Relations through Identity Sharing. Joern Klinger and Matthew Lease, both of University of Texas at Austin

  46. Informing Design and Assessment: A Usability Case Study of the Harvard Catalyst Website for Researchers. Rong Tang, Simmons College; Maria Cervone, Harvard Medical School; and Thomas Ulrich, Children's Hospital Boston

  47. Web Resource Selection Behavior Patterns of Social Media Users in Health: A Comparison of Yahoo! Answers and Delicious. Sue Yeon Syn, Catholic University of America, and Sanghee Oh, Florida State University

  48. Query Modification Patterns and Concept Analysis of Web Image Queries. Youngok Choi, Catholic University of America

  49. Quality Evaluation of Health Answers in Yahoo! Answers: A Comparison Between Experts and Users. Sanghee Oh, Adam Worrall and Yong Jeong Yi, all of Florida State University

  50. Assessing the Effectiveness of Query Reformulation: A Pilot Analysis of User-Generated Information Retrieval Diaries. Soohyung Joo, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Jee Yeon Lee, Yonsei University

  51. Lost in the Labyrinth: Wayfinding Behavior in a Public Library – Predictable? Maybe Not. Lauren Mandel, Florida State University

  52. Social Media as Information Source: Undergraduates’ Use and Evaluation Behavior. Kyung-Sun Kim, University of Wisconsin-Madison; EunYoung Yoo-Lee, North Carolina Central University; and Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Nanyang Technological University

  53. Geospatial Encountering: Opportunistic Information Discovery in Web-based GIS Environments. Carol Smith, University of Missouri at Columbia

  54. It's Not All about the Words: Non-Textual Information in World of Warcraft. Caroline Whippey, University of Western Ontario, Canada

  55. Assessing User Requirements for a Small Scientific Data Repository. Lorraine F. Normore and Mary E. Tebo, both of University of Tennessee

  56. Usability Study on Mobile Web Newspaper Sites. Wooseob Jeong and Hyejung Han, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  57. Assessing Author Research Focus Using Vector Space Modeling. Kun Lu and Dietmar Wolfram, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  58. If We Build It Will They Come? Recommendations and WorldCat. Simon Wakeling, Paul Clough and Barbara Sen, all of University of Sheffield, and Lynn Silipigni Connaway, OCLC

  59. Who’s There? Supporting Audience Awareness in Creative Content Systems. Eric Cook, Stephanie Teasley, Peggy Wong, Max Kolasinski and Bailey Waterman, all of University of Michigan

  60. Promoting the Use of Standard Questions in Patient Registries and Research: A Library of Questions Related to Rare Diseases. Denise Shereff, Alice Graves, James Andrews and Rachel Richesson, all of University of South Florida

  61. Editorial Control over Linked Data. Ryan Shaw, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley

  62. Finding Interest in Streams. Richard Glassey and Leif Azzopardi, both of University of Glasgow, Scotland

  63. Crowdsourcing with All-pay Auctions: A Field Experiment on Taskcn. Tracy Liu, Jiang Yang, Lada Adamic and Yan Chen, all of University of Michigan 

  64. CaseBuilder: A GUI Web App for Building Interactive Teaching Cases. Kenneth R. Fleischmann and Jes A. Koepfler, both of University of Maryland; Russell W. Robbins, University of Pittsburgh; and William A. Wallace, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

  65. Exploring the Usefulness of Awareness Widgets in Online Shared Workspaces: A Preliminary Case Study. Dinara Saparova, Josipa Basic and Francis Kibaru, all of University of Missouri

  66. Scrolling and Pagination for Within Document Searching: The Impact of Screen Size and Interaction Style. Laura Marcial and Bradley Hemminger, both University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  67. Self Extension and the Desire to Preserve Digital Possessions. Amber Cushing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  68. Access Denied: Improving Federal Policy on Web Accessibility. John Brobst, Florida State University

  69. SWOT Analysis of Mobile Phones in Four Countries: Comparing India, Ethiopia, Kuwait and the United States. Kenneth R. Fleischmann and Taverekere Srikantaiah, both of University of Maryland

  70. Together Under One Roof: Combining Collection and Item Level Description through Multiple Metadata Schemas. Carolyn Sheffield and Sonoe Nakasone, both of Smithsonian Institution

  71. Tagging Patterns in a Derived Community of Interests within a Social Bookmarking Site. Jung Sun Oh, University of Pittsburgh

  72. Effect of Web-based Interactive Tailored Health Videos on Users’ Attention, Interactivity, Overall Evaluation, Preference and Engagement. Jung A Lee, Florida State University

  73. Sensemaking in Collaborative Exploratory Search. Johanna Shelby and Robert Capra, both of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  74. Semi-automated Collection Evaluation for Large-scale Aggregations. Katrina Fenlon, Peter Organisciak, Jacob Jett and Miles Efron, all of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  75. From Variety to Uniformity: A Preliminary Analysis on Compound Tags. Sue Yeon Syn, Catholic University of America

  76. Assessing the Quality of Socially Created Metadata to Image Indexing. Corinne Jörgensen, Besiki Stvilia and Shuheng Wu, all of Florida State University

  77. Shaken and Stirred: ASIS&T 2011 Attendee Reactions to Shaking It Up: Embracing New Methods for Publishing, Finding, Discussing and Measuring Our Research Output. Alex Garnett, University of Victoria; Kim Holmberg, Abo Akademi University; Christina Pikas, University of Maryland; Heather Piwowar, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center; Jason Priem, University of North Carolina; and Nicholas Weber, University of Illinois

  78. Exploring Connections of the Biblioblogosphere. Carolyn Hank, McGIll University, Craig Finlay, Michael Johnson, Vincent Malic,  Xiaozhong Liu, Chaoqun Ni and Cassidy Sugimoto, Indiana University Bloomington

  79. Coagmento: A System for Supporting Collaborative Information Seeking. Roberto González-Ibáñez and Chirag Shah, both of Rutgers University

  80. Beginning to Track 1000 Datasets from Public Repositories into the Published Literature. Heather A. Piwowar, NESCent; Jonathan D. Carlson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Todd J. Vision, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  81. Retrieval Effectiveness of Tagging Systems. Isabella Peters, Laura Schumann, Jens Terliesner and Wolfgang G. Stock, all of Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf, Germany

  82. Cultural Interface Design Analysis of Arabic Websites. Nouf Khashman and Andrew Large, both McGill University, Canada

  83. Four-facets Study of Scholarly Communities: Artifact, Producer, Concept and Gatekeeper. Chaoqun Ni and Cassidy Sugimoto, both Indiana University Bloomington

  84. Which Properties in 3D Visualizations Cause Comprehension Difficulties? Kyong Eun Oh, Daniel Halpern, James Chiang, Marilyn Tremaine, Karen Bemis and Deborah Silver, all of Rutgers University

  85. Search Tactics for Medical Image Retrieval. Xin Wang, Sanda Erdelez, Yunhui Lu, Blake Anderson, Hongfei Cao, Cara Allen and Chi-Ren Shyu, all of University of Missouri

  86. Knowledge and Design in the Development of Public Library Brand Identity and Innovation. Patrick Roughen and Paul Solomon, both of University of South Carolina

  87. Adoption of Gaming Technologies in the Wild: How and Why Teachers, Professors and Librarians Integrated Games into Their Work. Leo Cao, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  88. Visualizing Search Sequences. Jacek Gwizdka, Rutgers University

  89. ASIS&T History Fund Research: Documenting Education in the Los Angeles Chapter. Sarah Buchanan, University of California, Los Angeles

  90. Expert Recommendation for Knowledge Management in Academia. Tamara Heck, Oliver Hanraths and Wolfgang G. Stock, all of Heinrich-Heine-University, Germany

  91. Situational Information: Formal Ontological Categories and Research Consequences. Lai Ma, Indiana University Bloomington

  92. You Can Fly, But Can You Teleport? Usability Assessment of New User Orientation to Second Life. Lis Pardi, EBSCO Publishing, and Rong Tang, Simmons College