President's Reception Featuring Posters 

Monday 6:30pm

  1. Accessibility and Management of Information Sources in Contexts: A Case Study among Research Engineers. Noemie Musnik, Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM) and Benoit Ricard, EDF-R&D
  2. Understanding Patient-Provider Communication Entered Via a Patient Portal System. Si Sun and Xiaomu Zhou, both of Rutgers University; and Joshua C. Denny, Trent Rosenbloom and Hua Xu, all of Vanderbilt University
  3. A Tag-Based Framework for Extracting Spoken Surrogates. Hyun Hee Kim, Myongji University
  4. An Investigation on Search Processes in Collaborative Exploratory Web Search. Zhen Yue, Shuguang Han and Daqing He, all of University of Pittsburgh
  5. OTO: Ontology Term Organizer. Fengqiong Huang, University of Arizona; James Macklin, Agriculture and Agri-Food; Paul J. Morris, Harvard University; Partha Pratim Sanyal, Cognizant Technology Solutions; Robert A. Morris, University of Massachusetts; and Hong Cui, University of Arizona
  6. Visualizing Linked Jazz: A Web-based Tool for Social Network Analysis and Exploration. Matthew Miller, Jeff Walloch and Cristina Pattuelli, all Pratt of Institute
  7. AMARA: An Affective Agent to Enhance Users’ Enjoyment and Engagement with Online Art Collections. Craig M. MacDonald and S. Joon Park, both of Drexel University, and Gunho Chae, KAIST
  8. Introducing FRED: Faceted Retrieval of E-government Documents. Luanne Freund, Mary Jinglewski and Kristof Kessler, all of University of British Columbia, Canada
  9. ResultsSpace: An Experimental Collaborative Search Environment. Robert Capra, Annie T. Chen, Katie Hawthorne and Jaime Arguello, all of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  10. Foucault and the Bibliographic Universe: What Really Is an Author? John M. Budd and Heather Lea Moulaison, both of University of Missouri
  11. L.A. Meta (data): Exploring Vocabulary Interoperability in Libraries, Archives and Museums. Erik Mitchell and T. Kanti Srikantaiah, both of University of Maryland
  12. Investigating Web Information Gathering Tasks. Anwar Alhenshiri, Carolyn Watters, Michael Shepherd and Jack Duffy, all of Dalhousie University, Canada
  13. Information Search Characteristics of First-Year Medical Students. Dinara Saparova, University of Missouri
  14. Deliberation in Wikipedia: Rationales in Article Deletion Discussions. Lu Xiao and Nicole Askin, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada
  15. Scholarly Conformity: Origins, Framework, Applications and Implications. Guo Zhang and Ying Ding, both of Indiana University
  16. Internet Searching, Tablet Technology and Older Adults. Tina Jayroe and Dietmar Wolfram, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  17. Exploration of Values and Frames in Social Media Texts Related to the Homeless Hotspots Debate. Jes A. Koepfler, Clay Templeton and Kenneth R. Fleischmann, all of University of Maryland
  18. Gendered Literacy: An Integrated Conceptual Model. Emily Seitz, Rutgers University
  19. Immigration Policy, Public Libraries and the Social Practice of Exclusion in Canada. Susan MacDonald, University of Toronto, Canada
  20. The Effect of Task Roles on the Perceived Usability of Management Tools. Lu Xiao and Anabel Quan-Haase, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada
  21. Analysis of Networks in Cyberinfrastructure-Enabled Research Communities: A Pilot Study. Mark Costa and Jian Qin, both of Syracuse University
  22. Integrating Collaborative Bibliography and Research. Ryan Shaw, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Patrick Golden, the Emma Goldman Papers; and Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley
  23. Geovisualization of Bibliographic Data Using ArcGIS. David Hubbard, Texas A&M University, and Patricia Drews, Northwest Missouri State University
  24. The Role of Location-Based Services in Shaping Sense of Place. Glen Farrelly, University of Toronto, Canada
  25. Practice Theory and Work Task Performance: How Are They Related and How Can They Contribute to Study of Information Practices. Katriina Byström, University of Borås, and Annemaree Lloyd, Charles Sturt University, Australia
  26. What Happens Once You Categorize Files Into Folders? Kyong Eun Oh, Rutgers University
  27. The Information Overload Scale. Jeanine Williamson, Chris Eaker and John Lounsbury, all of University of Tennessee]
  28. Identifying Factors of Online News Comments. Hsin-liang Chen, Indiana University
  29. Groups in Mendeley: Owners’ Descriptions and Group Outcomes. Wei Jeng, Daqing He, Jiepu Jiang and Yang Zhang, all of University of Pittsburgh
  30. Monitoring Knowledge Flow through Scholarly Networks. Erjia Yan and Ying Ding, Indiana University, and Xiangnan Kong, University of Illinois at Chicago
  31. Moving Courses Online as a Catalyst of Pedagogical Innovation: An Activity Theory-Based View. Julia Khanova, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  32. First-Generation College Students’ Information Seeking: Their Personality Traits and Source Use Behavior in Coursework-Related Context. Tien-I Tsai and Kyung-Sun Kim, both of University of Wisconsin-Madison 
  33. ODI and Information Literacy: Personal Information Management in a World of Information Overload. Kristine Stewart, Josipa Basic and Sanda Erdelez, all of University of Missouri
  34. Application of Radio Frequency Identification Technology for the to Study of on Information-Seeking Behavior of Public Library Users: Preliminary Analysis. Noriko Sugie, Surugadai University, Japan 
  35. Google Books' Coverage of Hawaii and Pacific Books. Andrew Weiss, California State University Northridge, and Ryan James, University of Hawaii-Manoa 
  36. Dual Roles in Information Mediation at Work: Analysis of Advice-receiving and Advice-providing Diary Surveys. Ji Yeon Yang and Soo Young Rieh, both of University of Michigan
  37. Homage to Helen Brownson: Information Science Pioneer. Tina Jayroe, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  38. Do I Trust Google? An Exploration of How People Form Trust in Cloud Computing. Sarah Kim, University of Texas at Austin, and Ayoung Yoon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  39. Information Curation. Jenna Jacobson, University of Toronto, Canada
  40. A Comparative Study of Navigation Using Single vs. Community Driven Tag Clouds on Websites. Naureen Nizam, Anatoliy Gruzd and Carolyn Watters, all of Dalhousie University, Canada
  41. Social Media and Academic Libraries: Current Trends and Future Challenges. Gary Collins, University of Manitoba, Canada, and Anabel Quan-Haase, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  42. License Analysis on e-Journal Perpetual Access of Library. Mei Zhang and Kristin Eschenfelder, both of University of Wisconsin-Madison
  43. Conceptualizing Emergent Archival Forms: A Case Study of the Occupy Wall Street “Archive.” Zack Lischer-Katz, Rutgers University
  44. Habitat Tracker: Engaging Students with Scientific Inquiry through Technology and Curriculum Support. Nicole D. Alemanne, Paul F. Marty, Sherry A. Southerland, Victor Sampson, Michelle M. Kazmer, Amanda Clark and Anne Mendenhall, all of Florida State University, and Ian Douglas, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 
  45. Can You Relate? A Study of User Perceptions of Thesaural Subject Relationships. Rachel Ivy Clarke and Jin Ha Lee, both of University of Washington
  46. Mobile Web Interface of Academic Libraries. Hyejung Han and Wooseob Jeong, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  47. Harmonizing Linked Data: A Practical Approach. Susan Nicole Stanley and Heather Lea Moulaison, both of University of Missouri
  48. Digital Curation in the Academic Library Job Market. Jeonghyun Kim, Edward Warga and William Moen, all of University of North Texas
  49. From Metadata to Ontology Representation: A Case of Converting Severe Weather Forecast Metadata to an Ontology. Miao Chen, Syracuse University, and Beth Plale, Indiana University
  50. Enhancing Cultural Heritage Collections by Supporting and Analyzing Participation in Flickr. Jacob Jett, Megan Senseney and Carole Palmer, all of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  51. Longitudinal Comparative Analysis of Item-Level and Collection-Level User Searching in a Digital Library. Oksana Zavalina and Elena Vassilieva, both of University of North Texas
  52. Information Use and Information Sharing in Marketing: A Diary Study. Jia Tina Du, University of South Australia
  53. Unbiased Learning of Controversial Topics. V.G.Vinod Vydiswaran, ChengXiang Zhai and Dan Roth, all of University of Illinois, and Peter Pirolli, Palo Alto Research Center
  54. An Examination of User Tags in a Digitized Humanities Online Collection. Youngok Choi and Sue Yeon Syn, both of Catholic University of America
  55. Pseudo-Collaboration as a Method to Perform Selective Algorithmic Mediation in Collaborative IR Systems. Roberto González-Ibáñez and Chirag Shah, both of Rutgers University, and Ryen White, Microsoft Research
  56. Analysis of Multimedia Needs and Searching Features. EunKyung Chung, Ewha Womens University, South Korea, and JungWon Yoon, University of South Florida
  57. Social Media and E-Government: A Case Study Assessing Twitter as a Tool for Implementation of the Open Government Directive. Kristene Unsworth and Adam Townes, both of Drexel University
  58. Checking In: A Phenomenological Study of Active Users of Geolocational Tagging Services. Carol E. Smith, University of Missouri
  59. Mining Classifications from Social-Ecological Databases. Scott Jensen, Miao Chen, Xiaozhong Liu, Beth Plale and David Leake, all of Indiana University
  60. Developing a Typology of Online Q&A Models and Recommending the Right Model for Each Question Type. Erik Choi, Vanessa Kitzie and Chirag Shah, all of Rutgers University
  61. Scientific Bloggers under the Altmetric Microscope. Isabella Peters, Lisa Beutelspacher, Parinaz Maghferat and Jens Terliesner, all of Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany
  62. Using Data Profiles to Select Digital Asset Management Systems. Lisa Zilinski and Sonia Lorenz, both of University of South Florida-Lakeland
  63. Structural Analysis of Author Vector Space in the Field of Information Sciences. Soohyung Joo and Kun Lu, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  64. Identifier Schemas and Research Data. Dongjoon Lee and Besiki Stvilia, both of Florida State University
  65. Curation Roles and Perceived Priorities for Data Quality Dimensions and Skills in Genome Curation Work. Hong Huang, University of South Florida, and Besiki Stvilia and Corinne Jörgensen, both of Florida State University
  66. Readability Applications: Improving Reading in a World of Information Overload. Ben Richardson and Nathan Lowrance, both of University of Missouri
  67. Quality Evaluation of Health Answers in Social Q&A: Socio-Emotional Support and Evaluation Criteria. Adam Worrall, Sanghee Oh and Yong Jeong Yi, all of Florida State University
  68. Health Information Needs on Diseases: A Coding Schema Development for Analyzing Health Questions in Social Q&A. Sanghee Oh and Min Sook Park, both of Florida State University, and Yan Zhang, University of Texas at Austin 
  69. Who Disseminates Academic Library Information on Twitter? Hae Min Kim, Eileen Abels and Christopher Yang, all of Drexel University
  70. Exploring Digital Information Using Tags and Local Knowledge. Margaret E. I. Kipp, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Olha Buchel and Diane Rasmussen Neal, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada
  71. Library Anxiety among International Graduate Students. Yunhui Lu and Denice Adkins, both of University of Missouri
  72. Library & Information Science Literature: How Much of It Is Research? Mirna Turcios, Naresh Agarwal and Linda Watkins, all of Simmons College
  73. Gender Differences Concerning Wikipedia: A Follow-up Study. Sook Lim, St. Catherine University
  74. Someone’s Loss Might Be Your Gain: A Case of Negative Results Publications in Science. Renata Curty and Jian Tang, both of Syracuse University
  75. Uncovering Visualization Properties That Confuse. Kyong Eun Oh, Karen Bemis, Marilyn Tremaine and Deborah Silver, all of Rutgers University, and Xiaojuan Ma, Carnegie Mellon University
  76. Bridging Languages in Social Networks: How Multilingual Users of Twitter Connect Language Communities. Irene Eleta and Jennifer Golbeck, both of University of Maryland
  77. Studying Scatter/Gather Browsing for Web Search. Xuemei Gong, Weimao Ke and Ritu Khare, all of Drexel University
  78. Completeness, Coverage & Equivalence in Scientific Data Records. Andrea Thomer, Karen Baker, Simone Sacchi and David Dubin, all of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  79. Using Doctoral Dissertations for a New Understanding of Disciplinarity and Interdisciplinarity. Chaoqun Ni and Cassidy Sugimoto, both of Indiana University
  80. Searcher’s Perceptions for Query Reformulation Behavior on the Web. Kyoungsik Na and Min Sook Park, both of Florida State University
  81. Social Media Practices and Support in U.S. Public Libraries and School Library Media Centers. Rachel M. Magee, Robin Naughton, Patri O’Gan, Andrea Forte and Denise E. Agosto, all of Drexel University
  82. Effects of Learning Styles on the Selection of Search Tactics: A Preliminary Result. Chunsheng Huang, Soohyung Joo and Iris Xie, all of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  83. Gender and Ethnicity Trends in Journal Peer Review: An Empirical Investigation Using JASIST. Guo Zhang and Bradford Demarest, both of Indiana University 
  84. J.J. Gibson and Marshall McLuhan: A Survey and Terminology and a Proposed Extension of the Theory of Affordances. Heidi Overhill, University of Toronto, Canada
  85. Follow the Data: How Astronomers Use and Reuse Data. Ashley Sands, Christine L. Borgman, Laura Wynholds and Sharon Traweek, all of University of California, Los Angeles
  86. Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project. Martin Gengenbach and Alexandra Chassanoff, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Porter Olsen, University of Maryland
  87. An Ecological Approach to Examining How Americans Seek Information in Today’s Information Environment. Yin Zhang and Sonali Kudva, both of Kent State University
  88. The Data-at-Risk Initiative: Analyzing the Current State of Endangered Scientific Data. Angela P. Murillo, Cheryl Thompson, Nico Carver, W. Davenport Robertson and Jane Greenberg, all of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and William Anderson, University of Texas at Austin
  89. Combined Methods, Thick Descriptions: Languages of Collaboration on Github. Nicholas Weber, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  90. Factors Influencing STEM Researchers’ Data Sharing Behaviors. Youngseek Kim, Syracuse University
  91. Extending Information Quality Assessment Methodology: A New Veracity/Deception Dimension and Its Measures. Victoria L. Rubin and Tatiana Vashchilko, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada
  92. Search Strategy Effectiveness and Relevance of YouTube Videos. Donghua Tao, Prajakta Adsul, Ricardo Wray, Keri Jupka, Carolyn Semar and Kathryn Goggins, all of Saint Louis University School of Public Health
  93. Information Manipulation Classification Theory for LIS and NLP. Victoria L. Rubin and Yimin Chen, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada
  94. The Role of Purpose, Approach-Avoidance, Self-Efficacy, Intolerance of Uncertainty and Locus of Control in Undergraduates’ Source Selection. Rachel Williams and Kyung-Sun Kim, both of University of Wisconsin-Madison
  95. The Changes in Japanese Researchers’ Usage and Perception of Electronic Resources: Result of SCREAL Survey 2011. Yoshinori Sato, Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan; Kenji Koyama, Nihon University, Japan; Shinji Mine, Mie University, Japan; Keiko Kurata, Keio University, Japan; Hiroshi Itsumura, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Hiroya Takeuchi, Chiba University, Japan; and Syun Tutiya, NIAD-UE, Japan
  96. Information, Photographs & the Cultural Inventory: What John Collier, Jr. Offers Contemporary Researchers. Leslie Thomson, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, Canada
  97. Happiness: Exploring Relationship with Information and Place in Information Science Research and Education. Naresh Agarwal, Simmons College
  98. Effect of Institutional Factors on Source and Channel Use by Medical Residents. Naresh Agarwal, Simmons College; Yunjie (Calvin) Xu, Fudan University, China; Harrison Lawrence, Simmons College; and Archana Agarwal, Steward Carney Hospital
  99. The Role of Networks in Science Communication and Engagement with Non-Expert Publics. Jeanine Finn, University of Texas at Austin
  100. Arabic Web Interface Design through the Eyes of Hofstede. Nouf Khashman, McGill University, Canada
  101. A Novel Research Approach to Enhance Research Group-level Science Data Management. John D'Ignazio and Jian Qin, both of Syracuse University
  102. Exploring and Describing Search Expertise. Catherine Smith, Kent State University
  103. Empowering Digital Libraries Users through Combining Taxonomies with Folksonomies. Daniel Alemneh, University of North Texas, and Abebe Rorissa, University at Albany
  104. Repurposing Existing Digital Resources and Smoothing Interdisciplinary Communication: Environmental Policy Collection Development. Nathan Hall, Virginia Tech University; and Daniel Alemneh and Mark Phillips, University of North Texas
  105. Applying the Technology Acceptance Model to Social Networking Sites: Impact of Subjective Norm and Social. Gilok Choi, Pratt Institute, and Hyewon Chung, Chungnam National University, Korea
  106. Investigating Positive and Negative Affects in Collaborative Information Seeking: A Pilot Study Report. Roberto González-Ibáñez and Chirag Shah, both of Rutgers University
  107. All-visual Retrieval: How People Search and Respond to an Affect-driven Visual Information Retrieval System. Gerald Benoit and Naresh Agarwal, both of Simmons College
  108. Clusters and Constellations: Untwisting Shortened Links. Heather Pfeiffer, New Mexico State University, and Emma Tonkin, University of Bath, England
  109. The Differences of User Behavior between Forum and Facebook for Smoking Cessation Intervention. Mi Zhang and Christopher Yang, both of Drexel University
  110. An Investigation on Search Processes in Collaborative Exploratory Web Search. Zhen Yue, Shuguang Han and Daqing He, all of University of Pittsburgh
  111. Understanding Patient-Provider Communication Entered Via a Patient Portal System. Si Sun and Xiaomu Zhou, both of Rutgers University, and Joshua C. Denny, Trent Rosenbloom and Hua Xu, all of Vanderbilt University
  112. Using Bootstrapping to Identify Protein LocationsCatherine Blake and Wu Zheng, both University of Illinois