President's Reception Featuring Posters

Monday, November 3, 6:30pm

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  1. Towards Visual Analytics for Digging into Human Rights Violations Data. Lu Xiao, University of Western Ontario, Canada; Xueheng Yan, Toronto Public Library, Canada; Ben Miller, Georgia State University; Ayush Shrestha, Georgia State University

  2. She Makes Me Brave: The Emergence of Intimacy in Gameplay. Guo Zhang Freeman, Indiana University Bloomington

  3. The Karamanlidika Digital Library Project: Connecting Karamanlides Memories. Selenay Aytac, Long Island University

  4. Towards a Model for Research Data Reuse Behavior. Renata Gonçalves Curty, Syracuse University and Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil, and Jian Qin, Syracuse University

  5. Open Access Publishing and Author Rights: A Local and Comparative Study of Selected ARLs. David E. Hubbard, Texas A&M University

  6. Growth and Trends in Digital Curation Research: The Case of International Journal of Digital Curation. Jeonghyun Kim, University of North Texas

  7. Assessing the Value of Public Library Services: A Review of the Literature and Meta-Analysis (Project META). Karen Miller and Jennifer Arns, both of University of South Carolina

  8. Find, Identify, Select...Socialize?: Alternative Objectives of Library Catalogs. Rachel Ivy Clarke, University of Washington

  9. System Function Adoption of an Open Source Digital Repository System: A Global View. Hsin-liang Chen, Indiana University-Indianapolis, and Yin Zhang, Kent State University

  10. Search Task Complexity, Considered Again.  Yinglong Zhang and Jacek Gwizdka, both of University of Texas at Austin

  11. Impetuses for First- and Third-Year Law Student Information-Seeking Behavior and Plagiarism. Kris S. Helge, University of North Texas

  12. Peer Relationships and Information Sharing Between LIS Doctoral Students. Jongwook Lee, Amelia Anderson and Gary Burnett, all of Florida State University

  13. Exploring Alternativity of Institutional Repositories to Subscription Resources Based on Users’ Access Logs. Kuang-hua Chen and Chien-chih Huang, both of National Taiwan University, Taiwan

  14. Identifying Search Patterns in an Image-based Digital Library. Hyejung Han and Dietmar Wolfram, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  15. On the Need for Combat Librarians: A Case Study of Knowledge Management at the End of the Iraq War. Caryn L. Anderson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  16. Viewing Art Through Information Visualization: A Case Study of Bob Ross’s The Joy of Painting. Hsuanwei Michelle Chen, Erienne Graten, Andrea Hall and Elaine Hall, all of San Jose State University

  17. Data Curation Practices in Institutional Repositories: An Exploratory Study. Dong Joon Lee and Besiki Stvilia, both of Florida State University

  18. Exploring Cultural Differences in Language Usage: The Case of Negation. Svetlozara Stoytcheva, Dov Cohen and Catherine Blake, all of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  19. How Can I Find a Doggy Book? A Child-Driven Metadata Schema. Jihee Beak, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  20. Data Narratives: Increasing Scholarly Value. Line C. Pouchard, Amy Barton and Lisa Zilinski, all of Purdue University

  21. Language Identification Program for Metadata Records. Ryan Charles Knudson, University of North Texas

  22. Examining Mobile Banking in Developing Nations from Pro-Poor “Context, Culture and Community” Perspective. Devendra Dilip Potnis, University of Tennessee at Knoxville

  23. WSDOT Metadata Management System Poster and Demo. Andy Everett, Washington State Department of Transportation

  24. Closing the App Gap: From Plan to Project I. Cass Mabbott, Kate McDowell and Deborah Stevenson, all of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  25. Information Use in Group Decision Making Teams. Lu Xiao and Vanessa Eastmure, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada

  26. A Model for Data Curation Research in Small Sciences. Shadi Shakeri, University of North of Texas, and Karen Gracy, Kent State University

  27. Investigation of Level of Abstraction of Tags: What is Basic Across Basic Resource Genres? Lala Hajibayova, Indiana University Bloomington

  28. An Investigation of Effective and Efficient Multilingual Information Access to Digital Collections. Jiangping Chen, Ryan Knudson and Min Namgoong, all of University of North Texas

  29. Weighted In-text Citations and Research Impact Patterns: A Case Study of Library and Information Science. Dangzhi Zhao, University of Alberta, Canada, and Andreas Strotmann, Independent Researcher, Germany

  30. Author Gender Metadata Augmentation of HathiTrust Digital Library. Zong Peng, Miao Chen, Beth Plale and Stacy Kowalczyk, all of Data to Insight Center, Indiana University Bloomington

  31. Probability Density Estimation of Public Library Users? Visiting Points Using Location Information. Noriko Sugie, Surugadai University, Japan

  32. Choosing Metadata for Discovery and Description in a Mixed-Content Single-Subject Library: A Case Study. Genevieve Marie Podleski, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

  33. Parental Perceptions of Young Children’s Information Behavior Related to Free-Time Activities. Sarah Corinne Barriage, Rutgers University

  34. The Jenny McCarthy Conundrum: Public Libraries, Popular Culture & Health Misinformation. Mary Grace Flaherty, Elnora Tayag, Meaghan Lanier and Jennie Minor, all of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  35. Enhancing Metadata for Research Methods in Data Curation. Tiffany C. Chao, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  36. A Proposed Scale for Measuring the Quality of Social Media Services: An E-S-QUAL Approach. Hae Min Kim and Danuta A. Nitecki, both of Drexel University

  37. Similarity as a Credibility Cue in Online Support Groups for Chronic Kidney Disease. Kaitlin Costello, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill       

  38. Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) Behavior of LIS Students and Undergraduate Students: An Exploratory Case Study. Shabnam Shirley Shahvar and Rong Tang, both of Simmons College

  39. Thinking Critically About Data Consumption: Creating the Data Credibility Matrix. Lisa Zilinski and Megan Sapp Nelson, both of Purdue University

  40. Interdisciplinarity Patterns of Highly Cited Papers: A Cross-Disciplinary Analysis over a Century. Shiji Chen, Library of China Agricultural University, Beijing, China and  Université de Montréal, Canada; Clément Arsenault, Université de Montréal; Yves Gingras, Université du Québec, Canada; and Vincent Larivière, Université de Montréal and Université du Québec

  41. Sources of Polysemy in Indexing Practice: The Case of GAMES, EXPERIMENTAL in MeSH. Katherine W. McCain, Drexel University

  42. Critical Making with a Raspberry Pi - Towards a Conceptualization of Librarians as Makers. Krista Evangeline Parham, Anna Ferri, Stephanie Fan, Matthew Murray, Rebecca Anne Lahr, Ekatarina Grguric, Monica Swamiraj and Eric Meyers, all of University of British Columbia, Canada

  43. A Qualitative Investigation of Factors Enabling Sustained Use of Online Health Communities. Yan Zhang, University of Texas at Austin

  44. Connecting Collections and Cultures by Creating a Community of Children’s Librarians Around Early Literacy Storytimes. Kathleen Campana, Marin Brouwer, Ivette Bayo, J. Elizabeth Mills and Erika Feldman, all of University of Washington; Janet Capps, Emporia State University; and Kathleen Burnett, Florida State University

  45. Overwhelmed by Smartphones? A Qualitative Investigation into Mobile Information Overload. Yuanyuan Feng and Denise E. Agosto, both of Drexel University  

  46. Analyzing Chinese-English Mixed Language Queries in a Web Search Engine. Hengyi Fu and Shuheng Wu, both of Florida State University

  47. How Do College Students Choose Mobile Health/Wellness Applications? Wonchan Choi and  Besiki Stvilia, both of Florida State University

  48. Exploring Topics in the Field of Data Science by Analyzing Wikipedia Documents: A Preliminary Result. Yanyan Wang, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Soohyung Joo, University of Kentucky; and Kun Lu, University of Oklahoma

  49. Functions of Twitter in Digital Libraries. Iris Xie and Jennifer Ann Stevenson, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  50. LAM at Universities: Convergence in Graduate Education. Laura-Edythe S. Coleman, Richard J. Urban, Paul F. Marty and Kathy Braun, all of Florida State University

  51. Impacts of Social Media Usage on the Outcomes of Students' Everyday Life Information Seeking. Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and Kyung-Sun Kim, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  52. Exploring the Role of Scale: Comparative Analysis of Digital Library User Searching. Oksana Lvivna Zavalina, University of North Texas

  53. Profiling Open Digital Repositories in the Atmospheric and Climate Sciences: An Initial Survey. Chung-Yi Hou, Cheryl A. Thompson and Carol L. Palmer, all of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  54. Documenting and Studying the Use of Assigned Search Tasks: RepAST. Luanne Freund, University of British Columbia, Canada, and Barbara M. Wildemuth, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  55. A Demonstration of SOCRATES: Streamlining the Collection, Analysis and Exploration of Social Media Data. Ziad Matni, Dongho Choi and Chirag Shah, all of Rutgers University

  56. Needs and Expectations in a Tool for Exploring Slave Narratives: A Survey of Prospective Users. Annie T. Chen and Pamella Lach, both of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  57. Online Information Seeking and Knowledge Sharing Practices of Science Teachers. Samia Khan, Eric Meyers, Elise Gowen and Kendal Bergman, all of University of British Columbia, Canada

  58. Document Retrieval Method Using Random Walk with Restart on Weighted Co-citation Network. Masaki Eto, Gakushuin Women's College, Japan

  59. A Tale of Social Q&As in the United States and China. Yin Zhang, Kent State University; and Shengli Deng and Lina Yang, both of Wuhan University, China

  60. Shaping the 21st-century Information Professional: A Convergence of Technical and "Soft" Skills for Workplace Success. Liya Deng, Andy Thomas and Stan Trembach, all of University of South Carolina

  61. Changing Communication on ResearchGate Through Interface Updates. Spencer Goodwin, Wei Jeng and Daqing He, all of University of Pittsburgh

  62. Data Management: Graduate Student’s Awareness of Practices and Policies. Sarika K. Sharma and Jian Qin, both of Syracuse University

  63. Diffusion of Protest Information in Twitter During Shahbag Movement of Bangladesh. Md Hassan Zamir, University of South Carolina

  64. Scaffolding of Scientific Publications with Open Educational Resources (OER). Joanna Landrum, Noriko Hara and  Xiaozhong Liu, all of Indiana University; Liangcai Gao, Peking University, China; and Zhuoren Jiang, Dalian Maritime University, China

  65. The Influence of Task Type on Search Experience from the Perspective of Time Constraint. Chang Liu, Lu Zhang, Qin Jiang, Fan Yang and Yu Zhao, all of Peking University, China

  66. Re-platforming Digital Collections for Enhanced Access & Search Functionality. Virginia A. Dressler, Kent State University

  67. Transformation of Newbery Award Books in Chinese, Japanese and Korean Translations. Wooseob Jeong and Hyejung Han, both of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  68. An Appointment with Dr. Google: Online Searching for Health Information in Times of Stress. Colleen Victoria Addison and Luanne Freund, University of British Columbia, Canada

  69. The Dynamics of Social Capital in Scientific Collaboration Networks. Mark Costa, Syracuse University

  70. Parameter Tuning: Exposing the Gap Between Data Curation and Effective Data Analytics. Henry A. Gabb and Catherine Blake, both of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  71. Understanding What Personal Information Items Make Categorization Difficult. Kyong Eun Oh, Simmons College, and Nicholas Belkin, Rutgers University

  72. Making a Square Fit into a Circle: Reusing Qualitative Data. Ayoung Yoon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill      

  73. Information Value Across Cultures and Communities. Gary Burnett, Jonathan Hollister, Jisue Lee and Julia Skinner, all of Florida State University

  74. Primacy of Paper: The Importance of the Medium in Records Management. Jane Laurance Gruning, University of Texas at Austin

  75. Mapping the Temporal Evolution of Scientific Community Structures. Theresa Velden, Shiyan Yan, Kan Yu and Carl Lagoze, all of University of Michigan

  76. From Siloed Data to Linked Data: Developing a Social Metadata Repository. Yunseon Choi, Southern Connecticut State University 

  77. Privacy and Control in Online Social Profiles: Toward a Typology of Users. Jacquelyn Burkell and Alexandre Fortier, both of University of Western Ontario, Canada

  78. Decentralized Coordination of Controlled Vocabularies. Patrick Golden and Ryan Shaw, both of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley

  79. On the Uncertainty of Author Citation Rankings: Lessons from In-text Citation Weighing Schemes. Andreas Strotmann, Independent Researcher, Germany, and Dangzhi Zhao, University of Alberta, Canada

  80. Information Sharing, Connected Learning, and a Professional Wrestling Fan Community. Crystle Martin, University of California, Irvine

  81. Active and Passive Acquisition of Health-related Information on the Web by College Students. Josipa Basic and Sanda Erdelez, both of University of Missouri

  82. Towards Building a Collection of Web Archiving Research Articles. Brenda Reyes Ayala and Cornelia Caragea, both of University of North Texas

  83. Mobile Application Life Cycle Characterization via Apple App Store Rank. Han Jia, Chun Guo and Xiaozhong Liu, all of Indiana University Bloomington

  84. Implications and Saturation of the Administration of Higher Education Site License. Wade Bishop, University of Tennessee, and Angela Lee, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.

  85. Visualization of Nuclear Decay Activity for Forensics and Jurisprudence. Charles Wang, Electra Sutton, David Weisz, Fredric Gey and Ray R. Larson, all of University of California, Berkeley         

  86. Information Integration: A Case Study of Air Quality in Chicago and St. Louis. Jooho Lee and Catherine Blake, both of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  87. Examining Data Sharing and Data Reuse in the DataONE Environment. Angela P. Murillo, University of North Carolina

  88. Looking for Query Terms on Search Engine Results Pages. Alison Marie Dickerhoof and Catherine L. Smith, both of Kent State University

  89. Exploiting Latent Content-based Features for the Detection of Static SMS Spams. Amir Karami and Lina Zhou, both of University of Maryland, Baltimore County

  90. Accessibility Cyberscapes and the Digital Divide. Jessica Benner and Jung Sun Oh, both of University of Pittsburgh

  91. Health Information Without Borders: Foreign-Trained Health Professionals and Labor Market Integration. Anita Komlodi, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Nadia Caidi, University of Toronto, Canada; and Aline Lima Abrao, University of Brasilia, Brazil

  92. Explicit Semantic Path Mining via Wikipedia Knowledge Tree. Tian Renmin University of China, China; and Miao Chen and Xiaozhong Liu, both of Indiana University Bloomington

  93. Designing Games in the Classroom: Learning Benefits. Angela U. Ramnarine-Rieks, Syracuse University

  94. Extracting Valuable Information from Twitter During Natural Disasters. Brandon Truong and Cornelia Caragea, both of University of North Texas; and Anna Squicciarini and Andrea Tapia, both of Pennsylvania State University

  95. When PIM Goes Public: A Case Study of OrganizedLikeJen. Leslie Thomson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  96. Information Behaviors at the Edge of Reason: The Role of Uncertainty, Science and Culture on Environmental Policy. Catherine Blake and Jinlong Guo, both of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  97. Voices on the World Stage: Processing the Power of Individual Experience in Recommendations for Digital Inclusion by the Women of the World Pulse Community. Tiffany Coulson, University of Washington

  98. Influence and Provocation: Understanding Relationships within a Thematic Research Collection. Neal Audenaert and Christopher Kocmoud, both of Texas Center for Applied Technology; and Timothy J. McGrew, Western Michigan University

  99. Site-based Data Curation: Developing a Data Portal for Geobiologists at Yellowstone National Park. Sean C. Gordon, Andrea K. Thomer, Timothy DiLauro, Jacob G. Jett, Bruce Fouke and Carol L. Palmer, all of University of Illinois

  100. A Network Analytic-Based Method for Facilitating Interdisciplinary Dialogue at Conferences. Julie Motooka, University of Hawaii

  101. We Didn't Know What It Was Going to Be until We Built It: Exploring Processes of Collaboration Across Disciplinary Boundaries. Nicole D. Alemanne, Florida State University