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École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information

Faculté des arts et des sciences • Université de Montréal

 

Professeure ou professeur en Préservation de l’information numérique

 

L’École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information sollicite des candidatures pour occuper un poste de professeure ou de professeur à temps plein au rang d’adjoint ou d’agrégé.

 

Fonctions

Le candidat retenu sera appelé à enseigner aux trois cycles, à encadrer des étudiants aux études supérieures, à poursuivre des activités de recherche, de publication et de rayonnement ainsi qu’à contribuer aux activités de l’institution.

 

Exigences

• Doctorat en sciences de l’information ou dans une discipline pertinente au profil du poste.

• Capacité à développer un programme de recherche dynamique et original de haut niveau.

• Expérience en enseignement.

• Expertise démontrée dans un ou plusieurs des domaines suivants :

  - préservation des documents audiovisuels et multimédias

  - aspects éthiques, juridiques et normatifs de la préservation de l’information numérique

  - préservation du patrimoine numérique

• Une expérience professionnelle sera considérée comme un atout.

• Maîtrise de la langue française.

 

Traitement

L’Université de Montréal offre un salaire concurrentiel jumelé à une gamme complète d’avantages sociaux.

 

Entrée en fonction

À compter du 1er juin 2013.

 

Clôture du concours

Le dossier de candidature, constitué d’une lettre de motivation, d’un curriculum vitæ, d’un exemplaire de publications ou de travaux de recherche récents, doit parvenir à l’adresse ci-dessous au plus tard le 31 janvier 2013.

 

Les candidats doivent également demander à trois personnes de faire parvenir une lettre de recommandation au directeur de l’École à l’adresse suivante :

 

                Clément Arsenault, directeur

                École de bibliothéconomie et sciences de l’information

                Université de Montréal

                C. P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville

                Montréal (Québec), H3C 3J7

 

Les personnes intéressées trouveront des renseignements sur l’École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information en consultant le site web de l’École à l’adresse suivante : www.ebsi.umontreal.ca/.

 

Les questions spécifiques peuvent être adressées à M. Clément Arsenault, président du comité de sélection, [log in to unmask], 514 343-7400.

 

L’Université de Montréal souscrit au principe d’accès à l’égalité en emploi et invite les femmes, les membres des minorités visibles, les membres des minorités ethniques, les personnes handicapées et les autochtones à poser leur candidature.

 

Conformément aux exigences prescrites en matière d’immigration au Canada, cette annonce s’adresse en priorité aux citoyens canadiens et aux résidents permanents.

 

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School of Library and Information Science

Faculty of Arts and Sciences • Université de Montréal

 

Professor in Preservation of Digital Information

 

The School of Library and Information Science invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position specialising in Preservation of Digital Information.

 

Responsibilities

The successful candidates will be expected to teach at all three levels of the curriculum, supervise graduate students, engage in ongoing research and publication, and contribute to the academic life and reputation of the University.

 

Requirements

• PhD in Information Science or in a discipline relevant to the job profile.

• Ability to develop a rigorous and original research program.

• Teaching experience.

• Demonstrated expertise in one or several of the following areas:

  - Preservation of audiovisual and multimedia documents.

  - Ethical, legal and normative aspects of the preservation of digital information.

  - Preservation of digital heritage.

• Professional experience will be considered an asset.

• Proficiency in the French language.

 

The Université de Montréal is a Québec university with an international reputation. French is the language of instruction. To renew its teaching faculty, the University is intensively recruiting the world’s best specialists. In accordance with the institution’s language policy [http://secretariatgeneral.umontreal.ca/fileadmin/user_upload/secretariat/doc_officiels/reglements/administration/adm10-34_politique-linguistique.pdf], the Université de Montréal provides support for newly-recruited faculty to attain proficiency in French.

 

Salary

The Université de Montréal offers a competitive salary and a complete range of employee benefits.

 

Anticipated Start Date

June 1, 2013.

 

Deadline

The complete application, including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, copies of recent publications and research, must be received at the address below by January 31st, 2013.

 

Three letters of recommendation are also to be sent directly to the department director at the following address:

 

                Clément Arsenault, directeur

                École de bibliothéconomie et sciences de l’information

                Université de Montréal

                C. P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville

                Montréal (Québec), H3C 3J7

 

For more information about the École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information, please consult the website at : www.ebsi.umontreal.ca/.

 

Questions may be directed to Professor Clément Arsenault, Chair of the Search Committee, [log in to unmask], 514 343-7400.

 

Université de Montréal upholds the principles of employment equity and welcomes applications from women, ethnic and visible minorities, aboriginals and people with disabilities.

 

In compliance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority shall be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

 

 

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Isabelle Bourgey
Coordonnatrice de stages
École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l'information
Université de Montréal
C.P. 6128, succ. Centre-ville
Montréal, QC  H3C 3J7
Tel 514.343.2243
Fax 514.343.5753

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Dear friends,

I'm a PhD student in Singapore; I'm looking for researchers with Computer Science / IS / Library Science research experience for my user study. PhD students are welcome too. It should take around 15 minutes at the most, and all you need to do is fill out a form.

The task is very simple, to score some excerpts from literature reviews based on their quality, ie grammar etc. No special training is required.

If you can help, please email me at [log in to unmask]
I need many many coders, so any help would be welcome. Please pass this on to your LIS friends as well.

Thanks a lot,
Kokil
--_000_6B6D9749F053F84994A0216E8E2880D7058B2B22SINPRD0111MB368_-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2012 21:19:41 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Monroe, Wanda G." <[log in to unmask]> Subject: NSF BIG DATA grant awarded to SILS professor Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89A883ITSMSXMBS3Madun_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89A883ITSMSXMBS3Madun_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable NSF invests nearly $15 million in new big data research projects, and the start of an idea-generating challenge CHAPEL HILL - The National Science Foundation (NSF), with support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), today announced nearly $15 million in new Big Data fundamental research projects. Dr. Arcot Rajasekar, professor at the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and chief scientist at the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI), is the principal investigator of one of the eight Big Data projects receiving awards, which aim to develop new tools and methods to extract and use knowledge from collections of large data sets to accelerate progress in science and engineering research and innovation. The project, "DataBridge - A Sociometric System for Long-Tail Science Data Collections," will use socio-metric networks similar to Linked In or Facebook on a larger scale to enable scientists to find data and like-minded research. It will improve the discovery of relevant scientific data across large, distributed and diverse collections. The funds provided by NSF for the DataBridge project total $1.5 million. "This grant is an excellent fit for campus and SILS' priorities and the research and curriculum initiatives already underway," said Dr. Gary Marchionini, dean and Cary C. Boshamer Distinguished Professor. "We are excited to have an opportunity to extend our national leadership in big data tools and services." "The DataBridge project builds on a long history of national excellence in data management and archiving enjoyed by the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science," said Thomas M. Carsey, co-principal investigator of the project, Odum's director and Pearsall Distinguished Professor of political science. "Odum is always conducting research and development with a focus on delivering research data to scholars efficiently and effectively. The DataBridge project represents the next significant step in that ongoing mission." The "DataBridge" project is a collaboration with Drs. Gary King, Albert J. Weatherhead III University Professor, Faculty of Arts and Science Institute Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University; Merce Crosas, director of product development Harvard MIT Data Center, Harvard University; and Justin Zhan, director of iLab, Department of Computer Science North Carolina Agriculture & Technical State University. Co-PIs from UNC include: Thomas W. Carsey, distinguished professor and director, H.W. Odum Institute; Hye-Chung Kum, research associate professor, School of Social Work and adjunct professor in the Department of Computer Science; Howard Lander, senior research software developer; and Sharlini Sankaran, executive director, REACH NC/RENCI. Jonathan Crabtree, assistant director of Computing and Archiving, H.W. Odum Institute and a doctoral student at SILS, is senior personnel on the project. The big data grants awarded today were made in response to a joint NSF-NIH call for proposals issued in conjunction with the March 2012 Big Data Research and Development Initiative launch; NSF Leads Federal Efforts in Big Data. "I am delighted to provide such a positive progress report just six months after fellow federal agency heads joined the White House in launching the Big Data Initiative," said NSF Director Subra Suresh. "By funding the fundamental research to enable new types of collaborations--multi-disciplinary teams and communities--and with the start of an exciting competition, today we are realizing plans to advance the foundational science and engineering of Big Data, fortifying U.S. competitiveness for decades to come." "To get the most value from the massive biological data sets we are now able to collect, we need better ways of managing and analyzing the information they contain," said NIH Director Francis S. Collins. "The new awards that NIH is funding will help address these technological challenges--and ultimately help accelerate research to improve health--by developing methods for extracting important, biomedically relevant information from large amounts of complex data." The eight projects announced today run the gamut of scientific techniques for big data management, new data analytic approaches, and e-science collaboration environments with possible future applications in a variety of fields, such as physics, economics and medicine. "Data represents a transformative new currency for science, engineering and education," said Farnam Jahanian, assistant director for NSF's Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering. "By advancing the techniques and technologies for data management and knowledge extraction, these new research awards help to realize the enormous opportunity to capitalize on the transformative potential of data." NSF, along with NASA, and the Department of Energy also announced the start of an idea-generating challenge series, opening additional avenues for innovation in seizing the opportunities afforded by big data science and engineering. The competition will be run by the NASA Tournament Lab (NTL), a collaboration between Harvard University and TopCoder, a competitive community of digital creators. The NTL platform and process allows U.S. government agencies to conduct high risk/high reward challenges in an open and transparent environment with predictable cost, measurable outcomes-based results and the potential to move quickly into unanticipated directions and new areas of software technology. Registration is open through Oct. 13, 2012 for the first of four idea generation competitions in the series. Full competition details and registration information are available at the Ideation Challenge Phase Web site. "Big Data is characterized not only by the enormous volume or the velocity of its generation, but also by the heterogeneity, diversity and complexity of the data," said Suzi Iacono, co-chair of the interagency Big Data Senior Steering Group, a part of the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development program and senior science advisor at NSF. There are enormous opportunities to extract knowledge from these large-scale, diverse data sets, and to provide powerful new approaches to drive discovery and decision-making, and to make increasingly accurate predictions. We're excited about the awards we are making today and to see what the idea generation competition will yield." Today at a Tech America event on Capitol Hill, Iacono announced the award recipients. They are listed below. ***************************************************************************************** BIG DATA AWARDS BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: ESCE: DCM: Collaborative Research: DataBridge - A Sociometric System for Long-Tail Science Data Collections - databridge.web.unc.edu University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Arcot Rajasekar Harvard University, Gary King North Carolina Agriculture & Technical State University, Justin Zhan The sheer volume and diversity of data present a new set of challenges in locating all of the data relevant to a particular line of scientific research. Taking full advantage of the unique data in the "long-tail of science" requires new tools specifically created to assist scientists in their search for relevant data sets. DataBridge supports advances in science and engineering by directly enabling and improving discovery of relevant scientific data across large, distributed and diverse collections using socio-metric networks. The system will also provide an easy means of publishing data through the DataBridge and incentivize data producers to do so by enhancing collaboration and data-oriented networking. BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DCM: Collaborative Research: Eliminating the Data Ingestion Bottleneck in Big-Data Applications Rutgers University, Martin Farach-Colton Stony Brook University, Michael Bender Big-data practice suggests that there is a tradeoff between the speed of data ingestion, the ability to answer queries quickly (e.g., via indexing), and the freshness of data. This tradeoff has manifestations in the design of all types of storage systems. In this project the PIs show that this is not a fundamental tradeoff, but rather a tradeoff imposed by the choice of data structure. They depart from the use of traditional indexing methodologies to build storage systems that maintains indexing 200 times faster in databases with billions of entries. BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DCM: A Formal Foundation for Big Data Management University of Washington, Dan Suciu This project explores the foundations of big data management with the ultimate goal of significantly improving the productivity in big data analytics by accelerating data exploration. It will develop open source software to express and optimize ad hoc data analytics. The results of this project will make it easier for domain experts to conduct complex data analysis on big data and on large computer clusters. BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Analytical Approaches to Massive Data Computation with Applications to Genomics Brown University, Eli Upfal The goal of this project is to design and test mathematically well-founded algorithmic and statistical techniques for analyzing large scale, heterogeneous and so called noisy data. This project is motivated by the challenges in analyzing molecular biology data. The work will be tested on extensive cancer genome data, contributing to better health and new health information technologies, areas of national priority. BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Distribution-based machine learning for high dimensional datasets Carnegie Mellon University, Aarti Singh The project aims to develop new statistical and algorithmic approaches to natural generalizations of a class of standard machine learning problems. The resulting novel machine learning approaches are expected to benefit other scientific fields in which data points can be naturally modeled by sets of distributions, such as physics, psychology, economics, epidemiology, medicine, and social network-analysis. BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Collaborative Research: Genomes Galore - Core Techniques, Libraries, and Domain Specific Languages for High-Throughput DNA Sequencing Iowa State University, Srinivas Aluru Stanford University, Oyekunie Olukotun Virginia Polytechnic University, Wuchun Feng The goal of the project is to develop core techniques and software libraries to enable scalable, efficient, high performance computing solutions for high-throughput DNA sequencing, also known as next-generation sequencing. The research will be conducted in the context of challenging problems in human genetics and metagenomics, in collaboration with domain specialists. BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Collaborative Research: Big Tensor Mining: Theory, Scalable Algorithms and Applications Carnegie Mellon University, Christos Faloutsos University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Nikolaos Sidiropoulos The objective of this project is to develop theory and algorithms to tackle the complexity of language processing, and to develop methods that approximate how the human brain works in processing language. The research also promises better algorithms for search engines, new approaches to understanding brain activity, and better recommendation systems for retailers. BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: ESCE: Collaborative Research: Discovery and Social Analytics for Large-Scale Scientific Literature Rutgers University, Paul Kantor Cornell University, Thorsten Joachims Princeton University, David Biei This project will focus on the problem of bringing massive amounts of data down to the human scale by investigating the individual and social patterns that relate to how text repositories are actually accessed and used. It will improve the accuracy and relevance of complex scientific literature searches. Related Web sites Research America Big Data Commission Web site: http://www.techamericafoundation.org/bigdata Research America's Demystifying Big Data: A Practical Guide to Transforming the Business of Government: http://www.techamerica.org/Docs/techAmerica-BigDataReport-FINAL.pdf The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency that supports fundamental research and education across all fields of science and engineering. In fiscal year (FY) 2012, its budget is $7.0 billion. NSF funds reach all 50 states through grants to nearly 2,000 colleges, universities and other institutions. Each year, NSF receives over 50,000 competitive requests for funding, and makes about 11,000 new funding awards. NSF also awards nearly $420 million in professional and service contracts yearly. Useful NSF Web Sites: NSF Home Page: http://www.nsf.gov NSF News: http://www.nsf.gov/news/ For the News Media: http://www.nsf.gov/news/newsroom.jsp Science and Engineering Statistics: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/ Awards Searches: http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/ ************************************** Wanda Monroe Director of Communications School of Information and Library Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 108 Manning Hall, CB#3360 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360 919.843.8337 [log in to unmask] Follow us on Twitter at: UNCSILS Like us on Facebook at: www.facebook.edu/uncsils --_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89A883ITSMSXMBS3Madun_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

NSF invests nearly $15 million in new big data research projects, and the start of an idea-generating challenge

CHAPEL HILL - The National Science Foundation (NSF), with support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), today announced nearly $15 million in new Big Data fundamental research projects.

Dr. Arcot Rajasekar, professor at the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and chief scientist at the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI), is the principal investigator of one of the eight Big Data projects receiving awards, which aim to develop new tools and methods to extract and use knowledge from collections of large data sets to accelerate progress in science and engineering research and innovation. 

The project, “DataBridge – A Sociometric System for Long-Tail Science Data Collections,” will use socio-metric networks similar to Linked In or Facebook on a larger scale to enable scientists to find data and like-minded research. It will improve the discovery of relevant scientific data across large, distributed and diverse collections. The funds provided by NSF for the DataBridge project total $1.5 million.

“This grant is an excellent fit for campus and SILS’ priorities and the research and curriculum initiatives already underway,” said Dr. Gary Marchionini, dean and Cary C. Boshamer Distinguished Professor. “We are excited to have an opportunity to extend our national leadership in big data tools and services.”

“The DataBridge project builds on a long history of national excellence in data management and archiving enjoyed by the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science,” said Thomas M. Carsey, co-principal investigator of the project, Odum’s director and Pearsall Distinguished Professor of political science. “Odum is always conducting research and development with a focus on delivering research data to scholars efficiently and effectively. The DataBridge project represents the next significant step in that ongoing mission.”

The “DataBridge” project is a collaboration with Drs. Gary King, Albert J. Weatherhead III University Professor, Faculty of Arts and Science Institute Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University; Merce Crosas, director of product development Harvard MIT Data Center, Harvard University; and Justin Zhan, director of iLab, Department of Computer Science North Carolina Agriculture & Technical State University.  Co-PIs from UNC include: Thomas W. Carsey, distinguished professor and director, H.W. Odum Institute; Hye-Chung Kum, research associate professor, School of Social Work and adjunct professor in the Department of Computer Science; Howard Lander, senior research software developer; and Sharlini Sankaran, executive director, REACH NC/RENCI. Jonathan Crabtree, assistant director of Computing and Archiving, H.W. Odum Institute and a doctoral student at SILS, is senior personnel on the project.

The big data grants awarded today were made in response to a joint NSF-NIH call for proposals issued in conjunction with the March 2012 Big Data Research and Development Initiative launch; NSF Leads Federal Efforts in Big Data.

“I am delighted to provide such a positive progress report just six months after fellow federal agency heads joined the White House in launching the Big Data Initiative,” said NSF Director Subra Suresh. “By funding the fundamental research to enable new types of collaborations--multi-disciplinary teams and communities--and with the start of an exciting competition, today we are realizing plans to advance the foundational science and engineering of Big Data, fortifying U.S. competitiveness for decades to come.”

“To get the most value from the massive biological data sets we are now able to collect, we need better ways of managing and analyzing the information they contain,” said NIH Director Francis S. Collins. “The new awards that NIH is funding will help address these technological challenges--and ultimately help accelerate research to improve health--by developing methods for extracting important, biomedically relevant information from large amounts of complex data.”

The eight projects announced today run the gamut of scientific techniques for big data management, new data analytic approaches, and e-science collaboration environments with possible future applications in a variety of fields, such as physics, economics and medicine.

“Data represents a transformative new currency for science, engineering and education,” said Farnam Jahanian, assistant director for NSF's Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering.  “By advancing the techniques and technologies for data management and knowledge extraction, these new research awards help to realize the enormous opportunity to capitalize on the transformative potential of data.”

NSF, along with NASA, and the Department of Energy also announced the start of an idea-generating challenge series, opening additional avenues for innovation in seizing the opportunities afforded by big data science and engineering. The competition will be run by the NASA Tournament Lab (NTL), a collaboration between Harvard University and TopCoder, a competitive community of digital creators.

The NTL platform and process allows U.S. government agencies to conduct high risk/high reward challenges in an open and transparent environment with predictable cost, measurable outcomes-based results and the potential to move quickly into unanticipated directions and new areas of software technology. Registration is open through Oct. 13, 2012 for the first of four idea generation competitions in the series. Full competition details and registration information  are available at the Ideation Challenge Phase Web site.

“Big Data is characterized not only by the enormous volume or the velocity of its generation, but also by the heterogeneity, diversity and complexity of the data,” said Suzi Iacono, co-chair of the interagency Big Data Senior Steering Group, a part of the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development program and senior science advisor at NSF.  There are enormous opportunities to extract knowledge from these large-scale, diverse data sets, and to provide powerful new approaches to drive discovery and decision-making, and to make increasingly accurate predictions. We’re excited about the awards we are making today and to see what the idea generation competition will yield.”

Today at a Tech America event on Capitol Hill, Iacono announced the award recipients.  They are listed below.

*****************************************************************************************

BIG DATA AWARDS

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: ESCE: DCM: Collaborative Research: DataBridge - A Sociometric System for Long-Tail Science Data Collections  - databridge.web.unc.edu

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Arcot Rajasekar
Harvard University, Gary King
North Carolina Agriculture & Technical State University, Justin Zhan

The sheer volume and diversity of data present a new set of challenges in locating all of the data relevant to a particular line of scientific research. Taking full advantage of the unique data in the "long-tail of science" requires new tools specifically created to assist scientists in their search for relevant data sets. DataBridge supports advances in science and engineering by directly enabling and improving discovery of relevant scientific data across large, distributed and diverse collections using socio-metric networks. The system will also provide an easy means of publishing data through the DataBridge and incentivize data producers to do so by enhancing  collaboration and data-oriented networking.

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DCM: Collaborative Research: Eliminating the Data Ingestion Bottleneck in Big-Data Applications

Rutgers University, Martin Farach-Colton
Stony Brook University, Michael Bender

Big-data practice suggests that there is a tradeoff between the speed of data ingestion, the ability to answer queries quickly (e.g., via indexing), and the freshness of data. This tradeoff has manifestations in the design of all types of storage systems. In this project the PIs show that this is not a fundamental tradeoff, but rather a tradeoff imposed by the choice of data structure. They depart from the use of traditional indexing methodologies to build storage systems that maintains indexing 200 times faster in databases with billions of entries.

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DCM: A Formal Foundation for Big Data Management

University of Washington, Dan Suciu

This project explores the foundations of big data management with the ultimate goal of significantly improving the productivity in big data analytics by accelerating data exploration. It will develop open source software to express and optimize ad hoc data analytics.  The results of this project will make it easier for domain experts to conduct complex data analysis on big data and on large computer clusters.

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Analytical Approaches to Massive Data Computation with Applications to Genomics

Brown University, Eli Upfal

The goal of this project is to design and test mathematically well-founded algorithmic and statistical techniques for analyzing large scale, heterogeneous and so called noisy data. This project is motivated by the challenges in analyzing molecular biology data.   The work will be tested on extensive cancer genome data, contributing to better health and new health information technologies, areas of national priority.

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Distribution-based machine learning for high dimensional datasets

Carnegie Mellon University, Aarti Singh

The project aims to develop new statistical and algorithmic approaches to natural generalizations of a class of standard machine learning problems.  The resulting novel machine learning approaches are expected to benefit other scientific fields in which data points can be naturally modeled by sets of distributions, such as physics, psychology, economics, epidemiology, medicine, and social network-analysis.

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Collaborative Research: Genomes Galore - Core Techniques, Libraries, and Domain Specific Languages for High-Throughput DNA Sequencing

Iowa State University, Srinivas Aluru
Stanford University, Oyekunie Olukotun
Virginia Polytechnic University, Wuchun Feng

The goal of the project is to develop core techniques and software libraries to enable scalable, efficient, high performance computing solutions for high-throughput DNA sequencing, also known as next-generation sequencing. The research will be conducted in the context of challenging problems in human genetics and metagenomics, in collaboration with domain specialists.

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Collaborative Research: Big Tensor Mining: Theory, Scalable Algorithms and Applications

Carnegie Mellon University, Christos Faloutsos
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Nikolaos Sidiropoulos

The objective of this project is to develop theory and algorithms to tackle the complexity of language processing, and to develop methods that approximate how the human brain works in processing language.  The research also promises better algorithms for search engines, new approaches to understanding brain activity, and better recommendation systems for retailers.

BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: ESCE: Collaborative Research: Discovery and Social Analytics for Large-Scale Scientific Literature

Rutgers University, Paul Kantor
Cornell University, Thorsten Joachims
Princeton University, David Biei

This project will focus on the problem of bringing massive amounts of data down to the human scale by investigating the individual and social patterns that relate to how text repositories are actually accessed and used.  It will improve the accuracy and relevance of complex scientific literature searches. 
 

Related Web sites
Research America Big Data Commission Web site: http://www.techamericafoundation.org/bigdata
Research America's Demystifying Big Data: A Practical Guide to Transforming the Business of Government: http://www.techamerica.org/Docs/techAmerica-BigDataReport-FINAL.pdf
 
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency that supports fundamental research and education across all fields of science and engineering. In fiscal year (FY) 2012, its budget is $7.0 billion. NSF funds reach all 50 states through grants to nearly 2,000 colleges, universities and other institutions. Each year, NSF receives over 50,000 competitive requests for funding, and makes about 11,000 new funding awards. NSF also awards nearly $420 million in professional and service contracts yearly.

Useful NSF Web Sites:
NSF Home Page: http://www.nsf.gov
NSF News: http://www.nsf.gov/news/
For the News Media: http://www.nsf.gov/news/newsroom.jsp
Science and Engineering Statistics: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/
Awards Searches: http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/

**************************************

Wanda Monroe

Director of Communications

School of Information and Library Science

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

108 Manning Hall, CB#3360

Chapel Hill, NC  27599-3360

919.843.8337

[log in to unmask]

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--_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89A883ITSMSXMBS3Madun_-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2012 12:35:23 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "White, Larry" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Recruiting for Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies - University at Buffalo Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_E299E47719EAAE43A59AD2E4C49E92FC1CA003F60EMBCCR5itorgad_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_E299E47719EAAE43A59AD2E4C49E92FC1CA003F60EMBCCR5itorgad_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies - University at Buffalo The Department of Library and Information Studies within the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo invites nominations and applications for the 12 month position of Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies, which will begin August 1, 2013. The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. What we seek... We seek a Chair that can strategically develop and lead the Department and its diverse stakeholders into the future through a shared vision that maximizes the Department's strategic strengths, resources and opportunities. The ideal applicant: * Earned a doctorate in library and information science or a related discipline * Earned a MLS / MLIS if the doctorate is in a related discipline * Has a record of scholarship appropriate for appointment as an Associate or Full Professor with tenure in the University * Worked as a Chair, Associate Chair, Director, or similar administrative position which includes financial and human resource management * Has previous success in program development, strategic planning and assessment * Developed and managed outside funding * Completed accreditation processes successfully * Supported pre-tenured and tenured faculty in research development * Can advocate for the LIS program and its stakeholders * Communicates and collaborates effectively * Worked in both traditional and emerging technology curriculum delivery in education programs * Worked professionally in the LIS field Who we are... Our Department of Library and Information Studies has been continuously accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) since 1972 and enjoys strong stakeholder support from the community. We have 12 faculty and 4 staff positions that are responsible for the program and its delivery. We currently have 350 students in traditional and online course delivery seeking degrees with specializations in academic libraries, collection development, information organization, information technologies, reference, public libraries, school library media centers, and special libraries (including archives and museum studies, music, health sciences, law, and technical / corporate). We also offer the MLS - Library Media Specialist concentration, MLS/JD (Law) Dual Major, MLS/MA (music) Dual Major and an Advanced Studies Certificate. Our Master of Library Science (MLS) degree program has produced more than 3,600 graduates to date. The University at Buffalo (UB) is a flagship institution in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence and is a member of the Association of American Universities. Our research, creative activity and people positively impact the world. Like the city we call home, UB is distinguished by a culture of resilient optimism, resourceful thinking and pragmatic dreaming that enable us to reach others every day. The Buffalo-Niagara Falls region is teeming with four seasons of activities and events from arts, culture, and historical tourism to professional sports and environmental splendor. The City of Buffalo is consistently voted a top arts and culture destination. Moreover, Elmwood Village and Kenmore Village have been awarded top ten great neighborhoods by the American Planning Association. Ethnic and cultural diversity abound with the imprint of mass immigration of the nineteenth and twentieth century blending with twenty-first century's newest immigrants. While we're known for our snow, we also have the most sunshine of any northeastern city. To learn more about the opportunities of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area, visit http://www.buffalo.edu/about_ub/the-buffalo-niagara-region.html. For the full position profile and desired qualifications, please visit: (https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=178341). The Process... The Search Committee will accept nominations and applications until the position is filled. Nominations Please send nominations to the Search Committee Chair and include the nominee's name, position, email address, and telephone number. Applications Please include the following application materials online at https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/Welcome_css.jsp: (1) a cover letter expressing interest in the position, (2) a complete vita, and (3) contact information for three professional references. Initial screening of completed applications will begin November 16, 2012 and continue until an appointment is made. Please send inquiries and nominations to: Dr. Larry Nash White, Search Committee Chair, 534 Baldy Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260. Phone: 716-645-1473 Email: [log in to unmask] Larry Nash White, PhD. Office: 524 Baldy Hall Email: [log in to unmask] | Office Phone: 716.645.1473 | Office Fax: 716.645.3775 | Mailing Address: 534 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260-1020 Professional Information | Department of Library and Information Studies | Graduate School of Education | University at Buffalo | Confidentiality Notice: This email transmission and any documents, files, or previous email messages attached to it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient, or a person responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any further review, disclosure, copying, dissemination, distribution, or use of any of the information contained in or attached to this email transmission is strictly prohibited. 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Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies - University at Buffalo

 

The Department of Library and Information Studies within the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo invites nominations and applications for the 12 month position of Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies, which will begin August 1, 2013. The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

 

What we seek…

 

We seek a Chair that can strategically develop and lead the Department and its diverse stakeholders into the future through a shared vision that maximizes the Department’s strategic strengths, resources and opportunities.

 

The ideal applicant:

·       Earned a doctorate in library and information science or a related discipline

·       Earned a MLS / MLIS if the doctorate is in a related discipline

·       Has a record of scholarship appropriate for appointment as an Associate or Full Professor with tenure in the University

·       Worked as a Chair, Associate Chair, Director, or similar administrative position which includes financial and human resource management

·       Has previous success in program development, strategic planning and assessment

·       Developed and managed outside funding

·       Completed accreditation processes successfully

·       Supported pre-tenured and tenured faculty in research development

·       Can advocate for the LIS program and its stakeholders

·       Communicates and collaborates effectively

·       Worked in both traditional and emerging technology curriculum delivery in education programs

·       Worked professionally in the LIS field

 

Who we are…

Our Department of Library and Information Studies has been continuously accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) since 1972 and enjoys strong stakeholder support from the community. We have 12 faculty and 4 staff positions that are responsible for the program and its delivery. We currently have 350 students in traditional and online course delivery seeking degrees with specializations in academic libraries, collection development, information organization, information technologies, reference, public libraries, school library media centers, and special libraries (including archives and museum studies, music, health sciences, law, and technical / corporate). We also offer the MLS - Library Media Specialist concentration, MLS/JD (Law) Dual Major, MLS/MA (music) Dual Major and an Advanced Studies Certificate. Our Master of Library Science (MLS) degree program has produced more than 3,600 graduates to date. 

The University at Buffalo (UB) is a flagship institution in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence and is a member of the Association of American Universities. Our research, creative activity and people positively impact the world. Like the city we call home, UB is distinguished by a culture of resilient optimism, resourceful thinking and pragmatic dreaming that enable us to reach others every day.

 

The Buffalo-Niagara Falls region is teeming with four seasons of activities and events from arts, culture, and historical tourism to professional sports and environmental splendor.  The City of Buffalo is consistently voted a top arts and culture destination. Moreover, Elmwood Village and Kenmore Village have been awarded top ten great neighborhoods by the American Planning Association.  Ethnic and cultural diversity abound with the imprint of mass immigration of the nineteenth and twentieth century blending with twenty-first century’s newest immigrants. While we’re known for our snow, we also have the most sunshine of any northeastern city. To learn more about the opportunities of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area, visit http://www.buffalo.edu/about_ub/the-buffalo-niagara-region.html

For the full position profile and desired qualifications, please visit: (https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=178341).

 

The Process…

The Search Committee will accept nominations and applications until the position is filled.

 

Nominations

Please send nominations to the Search Committee Chair and include the nominee’s name, position, email address, and telephone number.

 

Applications

Please include the following application materials online at https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/Welcome_css.jsp: (1) a cover letter expressing interest in the position, (2) a complete vita, and (3) contact information for three professional references. Initial screening of completed applications will begin November 16, 2012 and continue until an appointment is made. 

 

Please send inquiries and nominations to:  Dr. Larry Nash White, Search Committee Chair, 534 Baldy Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260. 

Phone: 716-645-1473 Email: [log in to unmask]


 

 

 

Larry Nash White, PhD.   

Office: 524 Baldy Hall

 

Email: [log in to unmask] | Office Phone:  716.645.1473 | Office Fax: 716.645.3775 | Mailing Address: 534 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260-1020

Professional Information | Department of Library and Information Studies | Graduate School of Education | University at Buffalo |

 

Confidentiality Notice: This email transmission and any documents, files, or previous email messages attached to it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient, or a person responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any further review, disclosure, copying, dissemination, distribution, or use of any of the information contained in or attached to this email transmission is strictly prohibited. If you received this message in error, please notify the sender and destroy this message immediately.

 

--_000_E299E47719EAAE43A59AD2E4C49E92FC1CA003F60EMBCCR5itorgad_-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 00:36:01 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Allard, Suzanne Lorraine (Suzie)" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Meet UT SIS faculty @ ASIST Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_CC91F1084797Fsallardutkedu_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_CC91F1084797Fsallardutkedu_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences is looking for two outstanding candidates to join us in two tenure-leading faculty positions. SIS director Ed Cortez, search committee chair Suzie Allard and several other SIS faculty members will be attending the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in Baltimore on October 26 (afternoon) - 30. If you would like to set up a time to meet with us to learn more about these positions and about our School, please contact Suzie Allard and Vandana Singh (co-chairs) [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask]. We look forward to meeting you! The full announcements for the faculty positions are posted at http://www.sis.utk.edu/sis-faculty-positions-available Here is a brief overview: Faculty Position #1 (Archives) is looking for an assistant professor with research/teaching foci in archival studies or digital curation and one or more of scientific and technical information; special libraries; and/or competitive/business intelligence/knowledge management Faculty Position #2 (IT) is looking for an assistant professor with research/teaching foci in Information Technology, IT Networking, Data Repositories, STEM informatics, bio informatics, and/or health/science informatics. ************************************* Suzie Allard, Ph.D. Associate Professor & Associate Director School of Information Sciences College of Communication & Information The University of Tennessee 453 Communication Building Knoxville, TN 37996-0341 USA phone: 865.974.1369 fax: 865.974.4967 email: [log in to unmask] Please consider the environment before printing this email. ************************************** --_000_CC91F1084797Fsallardutkedu_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-ID: <[log in to unmask]> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
The University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences is looking for two outstanding candidates to join us in two tenure-leading faculty positions. SIS director Ed Cortez, search committee chair Suzie Allard and several other SIS faculty members will be attending the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in Baltimore on October 26 (afternoon) - 30.  

If you would like to set up a time to meet with us to learn more about these positions and about our School, please contact Suzie Allard and Vandana Singh (co-chairs) [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask].  We look forward to meeting you!


The  full announcements for the faculty positions are posted at http://www.sis.utk.edu/sis-faculty-positions-available

Here is a brief overview:
Faculty Position #1 (Archives) is looking for an assistant professor with research/teaching foci in  archival studies or digital curation and one or more of scientific and technical information; special libraries; and/or competitive/business intelligence/knowledge management

Faculty Position #2 (IT)  is looking for an assistant professor with research/teaching foci in  Information Technology, IT Networking, Data Repositories, STEM informatics, bio informatics, and/or health/science informatics.


*************************************

Suzie Allard, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Associate Director

School of Information Sciences

College of Communication & Information

The University of Tennessee

453 Communication Building

Knoxville,  TN  37996-0341 USA 

phone: 865.974.1369

fax: 865.974.4967

email: [log in to unmask]

 

Please consider the environment before printing this email.

 

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--_000_CC91F1084797Fsallardutkedu_-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2012 22:04:05 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Jennifer Doyle <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Simmons GSLIS Professor Receives ASIS&T's Cretsos Award Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail-31--505625057" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Apple Message framework v1084) --Apple-Mail-31--505625057 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" Congratulations to Simmons GSLIS Assistant Professor Naresh Agarwal, who has been named the winner of the ASIS&T James M. Cretsos Leadership Award for 2012. The award was established in 1992 to recognize a new ASIS&T member who has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in professional ASIS&T activities. He will receive the award at this month's ASIS&T Annual Meeting in Baltimore. From the citation: Dr. Naresh Agarwal, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Simmons College, joined ASIS&T as a student member in 2008. An interview during Naresh’s first ASIS&T annual conference in 2008 led to his current position. As importantly, Naresh launched his ASIS&T career during that conference when he took the initiative to ask various members how he could get involved. By 2009, Naresh was the Vice Chair of SIG/SI, Chair-Elect/Vice Chair of SIG/HLTH, an Alternative Assembly Representative to the Chapter Assembly, and a Co-Faculty Advisor to a student chapter. In 2010, Naresh became the Student Chapter Representative to the Chapter Assembly, the Chair of SIG/HLTH, and Chair-Elect of SIG/ED. Naresh’s work as Chair of SIG/ED during the 2011–2012 term resulted in a new web site, redesigned newsletter, increased social media presence, a successful four-webinar series on hybrid/blended learning, two webinars on online teaching and mentoring, a student travel award, acceptance of two panels and a workshop for the 2012 Annual Meeting, and new membership initiatives, among other accomplishments. Along the way, Naresh participated in a variety of ASIS&T panels and paper/poster presentations, while contributing to ASIS&T publications as author and reviewer. Naresh works hard to promote ASIS&T, ASIS&T special interest groups (SIGs), and student chapters. One of his goals is to encourage new members, which he accomplishes through such diverse activities as hosting the traditional secret student party at the Annual Meeting, promoting ASIS&T membership among his students, and facilitating SIG membership drives. His quest is to help connect different SIGs, regional and student chapters within and across each other for greater knowledge sharing. In September 2012, in his role as the Student Chapter Representative, and to connect different student chapters, Naresh led a virtual meeting of Student Chapter Advisors and Leaders. As documented by successes during his tenure as SIG/ED Chair, Naresh envisions ASIS&T as a dynamic, thriving Society and he lends his leadership skills to the realization of that vision. Unquestionably, Naresh exemplifies the ASIS&T future leader honored by the James M. Cretsos Leadership Award. ================================= Jennifer Doyle '98LS Director of GSLIS Curriculum and Communications Simmons College 300 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 www.simmons.edu/gslis ================================= --Apple-Mail-31--505625057 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252"
Congratulations to Simmons GSLIS Assistant Professor Naresh Agarwal, who has been named the winner of the ASIS&T James M. Cretsos Leadership Award for 2012. The award was established in 1992 to recognize a new ASIS&T member who has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in professional ASIS&T activities. He will receive the award at this month's ASIS&T Annual Meeting in Baltimore.

From the citation:   

Dr. Naresh Agarwal, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Simmons College, joined ASIS&T as a student member in 2008. An interview during Naresh’s first ASIS&T annual conference in 2008 led to his current position. As importantly, Naresh launched his ASIS&T career during that conference when he took the initiative to ask various members how he could get involved. By 2009, Naresh was the Vice Chair of SIG/SI, Chair-Elect/Vice Chair of SIG/HLTH, an Alternative Assembly Representative to the Chapter Assembly, and a Co-Faculty Advisor to a student chapter. In 2010, Naresh became the Student Chapter Representative to the Chapter Assembly, the Chair of SIG/HLTH, and Chair-Elect of SIG/ED. Naresh’s work as Chair of SIG/ED during the 2011–2012 term resulted in a new web site, redesigned newsletter, increased social media presence, a successful four-webinar series on hybrid/blended learning, two webinars on online teaching and mentoring, a student travel award, acceptance of two panels and a workshop for the 2012 Annual Meeting, and new membership initiatives, among other accomplishments. Along the way, Naresh participated in a variety of ASIS&T panels and paper/poster presentations, while contributing to ASIS&T publications as author and reviewer.
 
Naresh works hard to promote ASIS&T, ASIS&T special interest groups (SIGs), and student chapters. One of his goals is to encourage new members, which he accomplishes through such diverse activities as hosting the traditional secret student party at the Annual Meeting, promoting ASIS&T membership among his students, and facilitating SIG membership drives. His quest is to help connect different SIGs, regional and student chapters within and across each other for greater knowledge sharing. In September 2012, in his role as the Student Chapter Representative, and to connect different student chapters, Naresh led a virtual meeting of Student Chapter Advisors and Leaders.
 
As documented by successes during his tenure as SIG/ED Chair, Naresh envisions ASIS&T as a dynamic, thriving Society and he lends his leadership skills to the realization of that vision. Unquestionably, Naresh exemplifies the ASIS&T future leader honored by the James M. Cretsos Leadership Award.



=================================
Jennifer Doyle '98LS
Director of GSLIS Curriculum and Communications
Simmons College
300 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
www.simmons.edu/gslis
=================================



--Apple-Mail-31--505625057-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 18:01:54 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Silvey, Donna Annette" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: UT SIS Celebrates 40 - You Are Invited! X-To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "UTSIS-Advisory-Board ([log in to unmask])" <[log in to unmask]>, SIS Faculty & Staff <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B070Dkmbx1utktenness_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B070Dkmbx1utktenness_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences will celebrate 40 years of accreditation this year! Join us for one or more the events Homecoming Week 2012. http://sis.cci.utk.edu/40th-anniversary-celebrations-homecoming-week-2012 Wednesday Oct. 31 11:30 am - 2 pm | Gary Purcell Memorial Lecture Featuring Suresh Ponnappa; Lunch & Lecture | RSVP requested Friday Nov. 2 11 am - 2 pm | Lunch with Marcellus Turner Alumni, Faculty, Students Meet & Mingle | RSVP requested Sunday Nov. 4 11am - 2pm | Annual Homecoming Brunch 40th Anniversary Celebration Speaker: Marcellus Turner; Faculty, Students, Alumni Mixer | RSVP requested More about our two distinguished speakers: Biddanda "Suresh" Ponnappa, (SIS '84) Professor, Associate Dean, Director of Medical Library & Biomedical Comm. James H. Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University. UT College of Communication & Information Board of Visitors Member. Marcellus Turner, (SIS '88) Chief Librarian of the Seattle Public Library system with 27 libraries, a staff of 640 and a circulation of nearly 12 million books and materials. University of Washington iSchool MLIS Advisory Board. RSVP to Ken McClain, [log in to unmask] or 865.974.2148 Donna A. Silvey Communications Specialist The University of Tennessee College of Communication & Information School of Information Sciences 451 Communications Bldg. 1345 Circle Park Drive Knoxville, TN 37996-0341 (865)974-6727 Email: [log in to unmask] --_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B070Dkmbx1utktenness_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences will celebrate 40 years of accreditation this year!  Join us for one or more the events Homecoming Week 2012.  http://sis.cci.utk.edu/40th-anniversary-celebrations-homecoming-week-2012

 

Wednesday Oct. 31   11:30 am – 2 pm     | Gary Purcell Memorial Lecture             

Featuring Suresh Ponnappa;   Lunch & Lecture      | RSVP requested

 

Friday Nov. 2   11 am – 2 pm        | Lunch with Marcellus Turner

Alumni, Faculty, Students  Meet & Mingle | RSVP requested

 

Sunday Nov. 4   11am – 2pm   | Annual Homecoming Brunch 40th Anniversary Celebration

Speaker:  Marcellus Turner; Faculty, Students, Alumni Mixer   |  RSVP requested

 

More about our two distinguished speakers:

 

Biddanda “Suresh” Ponnappa, (SIS ’84) Professor, Associate Dean, Director of Medical Library & Biomedical Comm.  James H. Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University.  UT College of Communication & Information Board of Visitors Member. 

 

Marcellus Turner, (SIS ’88) Chief Librarian of the Seattle Public Library system with 27 libraries, a staff of 640 and a circulation of nearly 12 million books and materials.  University of Washington iSchool MLIS Advisory Board. 

 

RSVP to Ken McClain, [log in to unmask]  or 865.974.2148

 

 

Donna A. Silvey

Communications Specialist

The University of Tennessee

College of Communication & Information

School of Information Sciences

451 Communications Bldg.

1345 Circle Park Drive

Knoxville, TN  37996-0341

(865)974-6727

Email: [log in to unmask]

 

--_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B070Dkmbx1utktenness_-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 19:17:19 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Budd, John M." <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Research Award Announcement Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_901C84DC46563244A3CF56F735AEB24D1105BDUMMBXN01umumsyste_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_901C84DC46563244A3CF56F735AEB24D1105BDUMMBXN01umumsyste_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Apologies for cross postings: Beta Phi Mu/LRRT Research Paper Award for 2013 This award is being jointly presented by The Beta Phi Mu International Honor Society (http://www.beta-phi-mu.org/) and the American Library Association's Library Research Round Table (http://www.ala.org/lrrt/) to recognize excellent research into problems related to the profession of librarianship. Any ALA member is eligible for this $500 award, and all methodologies and research topics/questions are eligible for consideration. The criteria to be followed for the selection of an award winner are: * Importance of the research question or problem * Adequacy of the review of relevant literature * Appropriateness of the methodology used * Effectiveness of the application of the methodology * Addition of the findings to the knowledge and/or praxis in the field of librarianship * Articulation of the conclusions emanating from the study * Clarity and completeness The page limit for submissions will be thirty (30) double-spaced pages plus bibliography. Only complete papers will be considered and submissions should be made electronically to the contact person below. The submissions must not have been published prior to March 1, 2013 and should follow APA style. Individuals may submit only one paper. Jointly authored papers are acceptable, but all authors must be ALA members, and will split the award of $500. The deadline for submission is March 1, 2013. All submissions that meet the deadline and the criteria (including length of paper) will be considered. The papers will undergo a blind-review process by a joint BPM/LRRT award committee and the winner will be notified by May 1, 2012. Please include a title page with title of paper and author contact information including name, institutional affiliation, mailing address and email address. The award will be presented during one of LRRT's research programs at the ALA Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, June 27-July 2, 2013. Email Submissions as Word documents only to: John M. Budd Beta Phi Mu-LRRT Research Paper Chair School of Information Science & Learning Technologies 303 Townsend University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65211 [log in to unmask] John M. Budd Professor, School of Information Science & Learning Technologies University of Missouri 303 Townsend Hall Columbia, MO 65211 Phone: 573.882.3258 Fax: 573.884.4944 Email: [log in to unmask] --_000_901C84DC46563244A3CF56F735AEB24D1105BDUMMBXN01umumsyste_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Apologies for cross postings:

 

Beta Phi Mu/LRRT Research Paper Award for 2013

 

This award is being jointly presented by The Beta Phi Mu International Honor Society

(http://www.beta-phi-mu.org/) and the American Library Association’s  Library Research Round Table (http://www.ala.org/lrrt/)  to recognize excellent research into problems related to the profession of librarianship.   Any ALA member is eligible  for this $500 award, and all methodologies and research topics/questions are eligible for consideration.   The criteria to be followed for the selection of an award winner are:

 

·         Importance of the research question or problem

·         Adequacy of the review of relevant literature

·         Appropriateness of the methodology used

·         Effectiveness of the application of the methodology

·         Addition of the findings to the knowledge and/or praxis in the field of librarianship

·         Articulation of the conclusions emanating from the study

·         Clarity and completeness

The page limit for submissions will be thirty (30) double-spaced pages plus bibliography.  Only complete papers will be considered and submissions should be made electronically to the contact person below.  The submissions must not have been published prior to March 1, 2013 and should follow APA style.   Individuals may submit only one paper.  Jointly authored papers are acceptable, but all authors must be ALA members, and will split the award of $500.

 

The deadline for submission is March 1, 2013.  All submissions that meet the deadline and the criteria (including length of paper) will be considered.  The papers will undergo a blind-review process by a joint BPM/LRRT award committee and the winner will be notified by May 1, 2012.  Please include a title page with title of paper and author contact information including name, institutional affiliation, mailing address and email address.

 

The award will be presented during one of LRRT’s research programs at the ALA Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, June 27-July 2, 2013. 

 

Email Submissions as Word documents only to:

 

John M. Budd

Beta Phi Mu-LRRT Research Paper Chair

School of Information Science & Learning Technologies

303 Townsend

University of Missouri

Columbia, MO 65211

[log in to unmask]

 

 

 

John M. Budd

Professor, School of Information Science & Learning Technologies

University of Missouri

303 Townsend Hall

Columbia, MO 65211

Phone: 573.882.3258

Fax: 573.884.4944

Email: [log in to unmask]

 

--_000_901C84DC46563244A3CF56F735AEB24D1105BDUMMBXN01umumsyste_-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 20:09:50 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Lori Dugdale <[log in to unmask]> Subject: UW iSchool Professor Karen Fisher awarded grants to research immigrant minority youth as info intermediaries Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_54C230CA5AE81F4EB521AF5B2B9A5AA83DD655uwitmbx07exchange_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_54C230CA5AE81F4EB521AF5B2B9A5AA83DD655uwitmbx07exchange_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable University of Washington iSchool Professor Karen Fisher awarded grants to research immigrant minority youth as info intermediaries It is often youth who teach their parents about technology and provide everyday information. This is even more pronounced for immigrant communities where young people have a better grasp of English and often help their families navigate daily situations. In the United States, one in nine people are foreign born and most public libraries serve growing populations of non-English speaking immigrants. The $460K research grant awarded to iSchool Professor Karen Fisher from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) will enable her to examine this phenomenon by conducting Teen Design Days and a large-scale survey with Seattle youth, as well as community workshops about how libraries can support immigrant minority youth by providing targeted information and digital literacy training. In addition to IMLS, funding for the project comes from the University of Washington Office of the Provost, Microsoft Global Community Affairs, Microsoft Research, and the University of Washington Information School. According to Fisher, "This research is unique because we're working with the youth in their own settings to understand how they engage with their family and friends around information and social media and how all of this can be better supported through design thinking and library services." Fisher's past work, funded by the IMLS and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, shows two-thirds of people use library computers on behalf of someone else in the past twelve months. These info mediaries tend to be ethnic minority youth who may be the key to understanding the information needs of their respective populations and identifying ways that libraries can better serve their communities. Fisher expects that knowledge gained from this study will help public libraries design better services for immigrant populations by focusing on what works best for their youth. Additionally, it will highlight ways of engaging youth in technology and design, and the essence of non-professional info mediaries Phil Fawcett, iSchool Ph.D. student and principal program manager at Microsoft Research and Ann Bishop, associate professor at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are the co-principal investigators for the grant. Partners involved with the project include the Seattle Public Library, King County Library System, the YMCA, and immigrant support groups such as the Horn of Africa Services and the Vietnamese Friendship Association. About Karen Fisher Karen E. Fisher is a Professor at the University of Washington Information School. She teaches and conducts research on how people experience information as part of everyday life, with emphasis on the interpersonal aspects of information behavior, the role of informal social settings in information flow, as well as the broad impacts of information and communication technologies. About the IMLS The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation's 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. Through grant making, policy development, and research, IMLS helps communities and individuals thrive through broad public access to knowledge, cultural heritage, and lifelong learning. To find out more about the infome project, contact Karen Fisher at [log in to unmask]. Lori Dugdale Director of Communications Direct: 206-221-6182 [log in to unmask] --_000_54C230CA5AE81F4EB521AF5B2B9A5AA83DD655uwitmbx07exchange_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

University of Washington iSchool Professor Karen Fisher awarded grants to research immigrant minority youth as info intermediaries

 

It is often youth who teach their parents about technology and provide everyday information. This is even more pronounced for immigrant communities where young people have a better grasp of English and often help their families navigate daily situations. In the United States, one in nine people are foreign born and most public libraries serve growing populations of non-English speaking immigrants.

 

The $460K research grant awarded to iSchool Professor Karen Fisher from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) will enable her to examine this phenomenon by conducting Teen Design Days and a large-scale survey with Seattle youth, as well as community workshops about how libraries can support immigrant minority youth by providing targeted information and digital literacy training. In addition to IMLS, funding for the project comes from the University of Washington Office of the Provost, Microsoft Global Community Affairs, Microsoft Research, and the University of Washington Information School.

 

According to Fisher, “This research is unique because we’re working with the youth in their own settings to understand how they engage with their family and friends around information and social media and how all of this can be better supported through design thinking and library services.”

 

Fisher’s past work, funded by the IMLS and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, shows two-thirds of people use library computers on behalf of someone else in the past twelve months. These info mediaries tend to be ethnic minority youth who may be the key to understanding the information needs of their respective populations and identifying ways that libraries can better serve their communities.

 

Fisher expects that knowledge gained from this study will help public libraries design better services for immigrant populations by focusing on what works best for their youth. Additionally, it will highlight ways of engaging youth in technology and design, and the essence of non-professional info mediaries

 

Phil Fawcett, iSchool Ph.D. student and principal program manager at Microsoft Research and Ann Bishop, associate professor at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are the co-principal investigators for the grant.

 

Partners involved with the project include the Seattle Public Library, King County Library System, the YMCA, and immigrant support groups such as the Horn of Africa Services and the Vietnamese Friendship Association.

 

About Karen Fisher

Karen E. Fisher is a Professor at the University of Washington Information School. She teaches and conducts research on how people experience information as part of everyday life, with emphasis on the interpersonal aspects of information behavior, the role of informal social settings in information flow, as well as the broad impacts of information and communication technologies.

 

About the IMLS

The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. Through grant making, policy development, and research, IMLS helps communities and individuals thrive through broad public access to knowledge, cultural heritage, and lifelong learning.

 

To find out more about the infome project, contact Karen Fisher at [log in to unmask].

 

Lori Dugdale

Director of Communications

 

Direct: 206-221-6182

[log in to unmask]

 

--_000_54C230CA5AE81F4EB521AF5B2B9A5AA83DD655uwitmbx07exchange_-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 15:56:11 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Chirag Shah <[log in to unmask]> Subject: CFP: 3rd workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking at CSCW 2013 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail=_6C83180E-0DF8-4F9E-BF55-2A9310721892" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Mac OS X Mail 6.1 \(1498\)) --Apple-Mail=_6C83180E-0DF8-4F9E-BF55-2A9310721892 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" [Apologies if you receive this call more than once. Please feel free to forward to other interested parties.] ******************************************************************************* CFP: Third Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) At the ACM CSCW 2013 Conference February 24, 2013. San Antonio, Texas. http://collab.infoseeking.org/events/cscw2013workshop ******************************************************************************* Information seeking is often not a solitary activity. The notion that people working in collaboration on information tasks should be studied and supported has become more prevalent in the recent years. The field of collaborative information seeking (CIS) is re-emerging, and bringing researchers and practitioners from various disciplines. This workshop will provide an opportunity to gather a motivated set of participants in learning and sharing their insights around theoretical foundations of CIS as well as its applications. The interactive nature of the workshop will allow the participants share their research, ideas, questions, and opinions with a goal of outlining an agenda for future research on collaborative information seeking, synthesis, and sense-making. The workshop will provide a venue to bring together those who have been working on CIS issues and those who want to plan their research agenda in this emerging field. *Workshop Format* The workshop is organized as a highly interactive event. Participants will have an opportunity to briefly present their current research on CIS, we will have discussions and break-out sessions on the topics, and one goal will be to outline a research agenda for future CIS. This format will provide an ideal ground for seasoned researchers and practitioners as well as beginners such as graduate students. So bring your questions and curiosity! *Position Paper Format* Potential attendees are encouraged to submit a brief position paper. The paper should be *two to four pages long* in ACM format . Please email .pdf or .doc versions to Chirag Shah ([log in to unmask]) by *5:00pm PST on November 14, 2012*. Note that the organizers are currently working on organizing a special issue of a journal based on the themes of this workshop. More details are forthcoming. *Workshop Themes* * Theories and models for Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) and related areas. * Methodologies for studying various CIS issues, particularly, user behavior in CIS environments, collaborative information processes and task-related CIS * Integration of CIS models and frameworks into existing theories, models, tools or applications. * Application of CIS in different domains – requirements, issues, and benefits *Discussion Points and Questions* 1. How does collaboration fit into existing solitary information seeking activities? 2. How do we move from single-user information seeking models to those for multi-users (collaborative)? 3. The concepts of collaborative information handling and sharing are used in an unclear way. What is the distinction between them? 4. How to integrate collaborative seeking into everyday life and professional environments? 5. What are required and/or desired characteristics of a CIS system? How do these relate to specific user needs and task scenarios? 6. In what way could CIS tools and system be applied to different academic and professional setting? 7. How can theories and models from CSCW inform CIS and vice versa? *Important Dates* November 14, 2012: Position papers due December 11, 2012: Notifications February 24, 2013: Workshop *Organizers* Chirag Shah, Rutgers University Preben Hansen, Swedish Institute of Computer Science Rob Capra, UNC Chapel Hill --Apple-Mail=_6C83180E-0DF8-4F9E-BF55-2A9310721892 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252"
[Apologies if you receive this call more than once. Please feel free to forward to other interested parties.]

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CFP: Third Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS)
At the ACM CSCW 2013 Conference
February 24, 2013. San Antonio, Texas.

http://collab.infoseeking.org/events/cscw2013workshop
*******************************************************************************
Information seeking is often not a solitary activity. The notion that people working in collaboration on information tasks should be studied and supported has become more prevalent in the recent years. The field of collaborative information seeking (CIS) is re-emerging, and bringing researchers and practitioners from various disciplines. This workshop will provide an opportunity to gather a motivated set of participants in learning and sharing their insights around theoretical foundations of CIS as well as its applications. The interactive nature of the workshop will allow the participants share their research, ideas, questions, and opinions with a goal of outlining an agenda for future research on collaborative information seeking, synthesis, and sense-making. The workshop will provide a venue to bring together those who have been working on CIS issues and those who want to plan their research agenda in this emerging field.

*Workshop Format*
The workshop is organized as a highly interactive event. Participants will have an opportunity to briefly present their current research on CIS, we will have discussions and break-out sessions on the topics, and one goal will be to outline a research agenda for future CIS. This format will provide an ideal ground for seasoned researchers and practitioners as well as beginners such as graduate students. So bring your questions and curiosity!

*Position Paper Format*
Potential attendees are encouraged to submit a brief position paper. The paper should be *two to four pages long* in ACM format <http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates>.
Please email .pdf or .doc versions to Chirag Shah ([log in to unmask]) by *5:00pm PST on November 14, 2012*. Note that the organizers are currently working on organizing a special issue of a journal based on the themes of this workshop. More details are forthcoming.

*Workshop Themes*
  * Theories and models for Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) and related areas.
  * Methodologies for studying various CIS issues, particularly, user behavior in CIS environments, collaborative information processes and task-related CIS
  * Integration of CIS models and frameworks into existing theories, models, tools or applications.
  * Application of CIS in different domains – requirements, issues, and benefits

*Discussion Points and Questions*
1. How does collaboration fit into existing solitary information seeking activities?
2. How do we move from single-user information seeking models to those for multi-users (collaborative)?
3. The concepts of collaborative information handling and sharing are used in an unclear way. What is the distinction between them?
4. How to integrate collaborative seeking into everyday life and professional environments?
5. What are required and/or desired characteristics of a CIS system?  How do these relate to specific user needs and task scenarios?
6. In what way could CIS tools and system be applied to different academic and professional setting?
7. How can theories and models from CSCW inform CIS and vice versa?

*Important Dates*
November 14, 2012: Position papers due
December 11, 2012: Notifications
February 24, 2013: Workshop

*Organizers*
Chirag Shah, Rutgers University
Preben Hansen, Swedish Institute of Computer Science
Rob Capra, UNC Chapel Hill
--Apple-Mail=_6C83180E-0DF8-4F9E-BF55-2A9310721892-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 15:56:02 -0500 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Rebecca Hall <[log in to unmask]> Subject: UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies - News & Events - Oct. 4, 2012 In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_Part_615859_624234677.1349384162096" ------=_Part_615859_624234677.1349384162096 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies Updates, News & Events October 4, 2012 "50 State Salute to Banned Books Week" Students, staff and faculty from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee School of Information Studies united to celebrate the freedom to read for Banned Books Week 2012. The books shared in the readings have been challenged, most specifically in that state of Wisconsin. View the video: http://youtu.be/cY3BlDZTFb8 SOIS Faculty & Staff Updates Upcoming Conferences SOIS staff will be exhibiting at the Minnesota Library Association 2012 Annual Conference as well as the 2012 Illinois Library Association Annual Conference Twyla McGhee , Senior Advisor for SOIS, will be representing the school at the MLA annual conference in St. Paul, being held October 3-5. She will also be exhibiting at the ILA annual conference in Peoria, October 9-11. Dr. Michael Zimmer October 1-2 Associate Professor Dr. Michael Zimmer traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in a meeting of the National Science Foundation’s Values-in-Design Council, an interdisciplinary panel of experts which is part of the larger Future Internet Architecture (FIA) initiative. Zimmer is the director of the Center for Information Policy Research (CIPR) at UW-Milwaukee. Zimmer studies the ethical dimensions of new media and information technologies, with particular interest in privacy, social media, information ethics, access to knowledge, and value-conscious design. More information about the Values-in-Design council can be found here: http://www.nyu.edu/projects/nissenbaum/vid_council.html Jessica Hutchings, Graduate Advisor | Toby Deutsch, Undergraduate Advisor Jessica Hutchings , SOIS Graduate Advisor, and Toby Deutsch , SOIS Undergraduate Advisor, will be presenting “ #Digital Advising @ Your School ” at the National Academic Advising Association Annual Conference in Nashville, October 5. Dr. Shana Ponelis | Lecturer SOIS Lecturer Dr. Shana Ponelis will be attending the International Association for Computer Information Systems (IACIA) International Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC October 3-6. She will be presenting a paper, “Analysis of Small Business’ Information Needs and Information Seeking Behavior”. Mark Your Calendars! Upcoming Events @ SOIS *Please note: Most SOIS events are recorded and available online at: http://www4.uwm.edu/sois/projects/media/ MLIS Virtual Open House • October 10 | 5:30 - 6:30PM Join us to learn more about graduate degree options at SOIS and how it might fit with your interests and career goals. SOIS Live Online: http://www4.uwm.edu/sois/live/ Home Movie Day Preview - 2012 • October 11 | 6:00 - 8:30PM Snowden Becker , Co-founder of Home Movie Day International Edward Benoit III , PhD Student, SOIS Northwest Quadrant 1st Floor Student Lounge 2025 E Newport Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211 Please join us for an information session and film on home movies on October 11th . The 10th anniversary of Home Movie Day, an international celebration of home movies and “citizen film archivists,” will take place the week after our preview on October 20th . Our preview day will feature a brief discussion of film archives, film’s place in home life, and what home movies can teach us about gaps in the “official” record. Information on regional Home Movie Day events and film preservation will be provided. Immediately following the presentation we will screen Living Room Cinema: Films From Home Movie Day, volume 1. Popcorn and beverages will be provided! Sponsored by: Archival Studies Program Once Upon a Library: How to Tell the Story of Your Agency to Those Who Need to Know • October 30 | 5:00 - 7:00 PM view poster (pdf) Janice del Negro Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library & Information Science Dominican University UW-Milwaukee - Northwest Quadrant 1st Floor Student Lounge 2025 E Newport Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211 Please RSVP Online: http://sois.uwm.edu/oul Janice M. Del Negro, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois, where she teaches Foundations of Library and Information Science, Children’s Literature, Storytelling, Young Adult Literature, and the doctoral seminar on reading. Professor Del Negro also serves on the advisory board for the Butler Center for Children’s Literature at Dominican University. She recently collaborated with Ellin Greene on the fourth edition of the classic storytelling textbook, Storytelling: Art & Technique, released in January, 2010. Her newest storytelling book, Folktales Alive!: Practical Tips for Playful Programming, will be published by the American Library Association in Fall, 2012. Sponsored by: UW-Milwaukee, SOIS - Public Library Leadership Concentration FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: [log in to unmask] | Ph: 414-229-4707 | http://www.uwm.edu/sois Rebecca Hall Web Development & Marketing Coordinator Instructor UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies PO Box 413, Milwaukee, WI 53201 Ph: 414.229.2855 | F: 414.229.6699 http://www.uwm.edu/sois ------=_Part_615859_624234677.1349384162096 Content-Type: text/html; charset="utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies 

Updates, News & Events
October 4, 2012


"50 State Salute to Banned Books Week"


Students, staff and faculty from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee School of Information Studies united to celebrate the freedom to read for Banned Books Week 2012. The books shared in the readings have been challenged, most specifically in that state of Wisconsin. View the video: http://youtu.be/cY3BlDZTFb8



SOIS Faculty & Staff Updates


Upcoming Conferences
SOIS staff will be exhibiting at the Minnesota Library Association 2012 Annual Conference as well as the 2012 Illinois Library Association Annual Conference

Twyla McGhee, Senior Advisor for SOIS, will be representing the school at the MLA annual conference in St. Paul, being held October 3-5. She will also be exhibiting at the ILA annual conference in Peoria, October 9-11.


Dr. Michael Zimmer 

October  1-2 Associate Professor Dr. Michael Zimmer traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in a meeting of the National Science Foundation’s Values-in-Design Council, an interdisciplinary panel of experts which is part of the larger Future Internet Architecture (FIA) initiative. Zimmer is the director of the Center for Information Policy Research (CIPR) at UW-Milwaukee.  Zimmer studies the ethical dimensions of new media and information technologies, with particular interest in privacy, social media, information ethics, access to knowledge, and value-conscious design. More information about the Values-in-Design council can be found here: http://www.nyu.edu/projects/nissenbaum/vid_council.html

 

Jessica Hutchings, Graduate Advisor | Toby Deutsch, Undergraduate Advisor

Jessica Hutchings, SOIS Graduate Advisor, and Toby Deutsch, SOIS Undergraduate Advisor, will be presenting “#Digital Advising @ Your School” at the National Academic Advising Association Annual Conference in Nashville, October 5.

 

Dr. Shana Ponelis | Lecturer

SOIS Lecturer Dr. Shana Ponelis will be attending the International Association for Computer Information Systems (IACIA) International Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC October 3-6. She will be presenting a paper, “Analysis of Small Business’ Information Needs and Information Seeking Behavior”.




Mark Your Calendars! Upcoming Events @ SOIS
*Please note: Most SOIS events are recorded and available online at:http://www4.uwm.edu/sois/projects/media/


MLIS Virtual Open House  •  October 10 | 5:30 - 6:30PM

Join us to learn more about graduate degree options at SOIS and how it might fit with your interests and career goals.
SOIS Live Online: http://www4.uwm.edu/sois/live/


Home Movie Day Preview - 2012  • October 11 | 6:00 - 8:30PM

Snowden Becker, Co-founder of Home Movie Day International

Edward Benoit III, PhD Student, SOIS


Northwest Quadrant 1st Floor Student Lounge
2025 E Newport Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211


Please join us for an information session and film on home movies on October 11th. The 10th anniversary of Home Movie Day, an international celebration of home movies and “citizen film archivists,” will take place the week after our preview on October 20th. Our preview day will feature a brief discussion of film archives, film’s place in home life, and what home movies can teach us about gaps in the “official” record. Information on regional Home Movie Day events and film preservation will be provided. Immediately following the presentation we will screen Living Room Cinema: Films From Home Movie Day, volume 1. Popcorn and beverages will be provided! Sponsored by: Archival Studies Program


Once Upon a Library: How to Tell the Story of Your Agency to Those Who Need to Know  •  October 30 | 5:00 - 7:00 PM view poster (pdf)

Janice del Negro
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library & Information Science
Dominican University


UW-Milwaukee - Northwest Quadrant 1st Floor Student Lounge
2025 E Newport Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211
Please RSVP Online: http://sois.uwm.edu/oul


Janice M. Del Negro, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois, where she teaches Foundations of Library and Information Science, Children’s Literature, Storytelling, Young Adult Literature, and the doctoral seminar on reading. Professor Del Negro also serves on the advisory board for the Butler Center for Children’s Literature at Dominican University. She recently collaborated with Ellin Greene on the fourth edition of the classic storytelling textbook, Storytelling: Art & Technique, released in January, 2010. Her newest storytelling book, Folktales Alive!: Practical Tips for Playful Programming, will be published by the American Library Association in Fall, 2012. Sponsored by: UW-Milwaukee, SOIS - Public Library Leadership Concentration



FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
[log in to unmask] | Ph: 414-229-4707
 | http://www.uwm.edu/sois


Rebecca Hall
Web Development & Marketing Coordinator
Instructor
UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies
PO Box 413, Milwaukee, WI 53201
Ph: 414.229.2855 | F: 414.229.6699
http://www.uwm.edu/sois











------=_Part_615859_624234677.1349384162096-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 23:26:13 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: DOLORES FIDISHUN <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Nominations requested ACRL Women and Gender Studies MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_Part_12654315_88265273.1349407573428" ------=_Part_12654315_88265273.1349407573428 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit The ACRL Women & Gender Studies Section is accepting nominations for two Awards. WGSS awards are given annually to honor distinguished academic librarians who have made outstanding contributions to women and gender studies through accomplishments and service to the profession. The awards recognize those who have made long-standing contributions to the filed during a career (the Career Achievement Award) and those who have made significant one-time contributions (the Significant Achievement Award.) Selection criteria for the Awards: The WGSS Career Achievement in Women & Gender Studies Librarianship is designed to honor individual career achievement in women & gender Studies librarianship. Nominees should have demonstrated sustained achievement in one or more of the following areas: * Service within the organized profession through ACRL/WGSS and/or related organizations; * Academic/research library or archival service in the area of women & gender studies; * Research and publication in areas of academic/research library or archival services in women & gender studies; * Planning and implementation of academic/research library or archival programs in women & gender studies disciplines of such exemplary quality that they could serve as a model for others. The WGSS Award for Significant Achievement in Women & Gender Studies Librarianship recognizes one-time achievement, by an individual or a group, during the particular year of the award. Achievement may be in any area of academic women & gender studies librarianship, including, but not limited to: * Publication of a monograph, journal article, website or media product; * Talk or other presentation at a nationally recognized conference; * Innovations in women & gender Studies librarianship, including but not limited to instruction; * Development of an exemplary program, collection, digitization project, or access tool to serve women & gender studies students and/or faculty; * Significant creative & innovative contribution to the work of the ACRL Women & Gender Studies Section. Additional information and nomination forms are available on WGSS Awards Page . Please send your questions and completed nomination forms to Pamela Mann, [log in to unmask] . -- Dolores Fidishun, Ed.D. Head Librarian Penn State Abington College and Penn State Great Valley Libraries [log in to unmask] Penn State Abington College Library 1600 Woodland Rd. Abington, PA 19001 Abington phone: 215-881-7425 Penn State Great Valley Library 30 E. Swedesford Rd. Malvern, PA 19355 Great Valley Phone 610-648-3227 ------=_Part_12654315_88265273.1349407573428 Content-Type: text/html; charset="utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

The ACRL Women & Gender Studies Section is accepting nominations for two Awards. WGSS awards are given annually to honor distinguished academic librarians who have made outstanding contributions to women and gender studies through accomplishments and service to the profession. The awards recognize those who have made long-standing contributions to the filed during a career (the Career Achievement Award) and those who have made significant one-time contributions (the Significant Achievement Award.)

 

Selection criteria for the Awards:

 

The WGSS Career Achievement in Women & Gender Studies Librarianship is designed to honor individual career achievement in women & gender Studies librarianship. Nominees should have demonstrated sustained achievement in one or more of the following areas:

 

  • Service within the organized profession through ACRL/WGSS and/or related organizations;
  • Academic/research library or archival service in the area of women & gender studies;
  • Research and publication in areas of academic/research library or archival services in women & gender studies;
  • Planning and implementation of academic/research library or archival programs in women & gender studies disciplines of such exemplary quality that they could serve as a model for others.

 

 

The WGSS Award for Significant Achievement in Women & Gender Studies Librarianship recognizes one-time achievement, by an individual or a group, during the particular year of the award. Achievement may be in any area of academic women & gender studies librarianship, including, but not limited to:

 

  • Publication of a monograph, journal article, website or media product;
  • Talk or other presentation at a nationally recognized conference;
  • Innovations in women & gender Studies librarianship, including but not limited to instruction;
  • Development of an exemplary program, collection, digitization project, or access tool to serve women & gender studies students and/or faculty;
  • Significant creative & innovative contribution to the work of the ACRL Women & Gender Studies Section.

 

Additional information and  nomination forms are available on WGSS Awards Page . Please send your questions and completed nomination forms to Pamela Mann, [log in to unmask].




--

Dolores Fidishun, Ed.D.
Head Librarian
Penn State Abington College and Penn State Great Valley Libraries
[log in to unmask]


Penn State Abington College Library
1600 Woodland Rd.
Abington, PA 19001
Abington phone: 215-881-7425


Penn State Great Valley Library
30 E. Swedesford Rd.
Malvern, PA 19355
Great Valley Phone 610-648-3227


------=_Part_12654315_88265273.1349407573428-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 19:36:09 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Monroe, Wanda G." <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Now Recruiting 2013-2015 ESOPI Fellows! Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89BF98ITSMSXMBS3Madun_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89BF98ITSMSXMBS3Madun_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Now Recruiting 2013-2015 ESOPI Fellows! The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is funding fellowships for the project "Educating Stewards of the Public Information Infrastructure" or ESOPI2. This project seeks to prepare the next generation of public information stewards by building on the existing dual degree program and developing fellowships, curricula, courses and experiential components designed specifically for the needs of public sector information professionals. This fellowship provides graduate students interested in both public information and public policy with the skills needed to become leaders in public information curation and public policy administration. What the Fellowships Offer: * A 15-hr/wk position as Fellow in Public Information Stewardship * An annual stipend of $16,000 * Two academic years of in-state tuition and health coverage * Opportunity to meet experts in public information curation via symposia, conferences and workshops Fellows have worked on: * creating the State of North Carolina Best Practices for Using Social Media policy * authoring an article on eDiscovery software capabilities at NARA * creating a policy document on text messaging policy for the North Carolina State Archives * revising and developing new online training modules for the University Archives and Records Management Services (UARMS) at UNC Chapel Hill * developing an e-mail policy for the University Archives and Records Management Services at UNC at Chapel Hill * advising local and state government energy efficiency and water quality programs on possible financing options and institutional arrangements Fellowship Application Process The ESOPI2 Fellowship is provided to masters level students who are pursuing the dual degree program offered by SILS and the SOG. Thus, acceptance into both programs is a requirement for the award. To apply: * Apply to SILS via the regular admissions process found at http://sils.unc.edu/programs/graduate/admissions. Students are encouraged to apply by December 13 as this ensures consideration of the greatest amount of university funding, but we accept applications on a rotating basis throughout the year. * Apply to the SOG via the regular admissions process found on the MPA Admissions page at http://www.mpa.unc.edu/node/20. Students must apply by January 1st. It is possible to apply for this program after acceptance into the SILS program. * In addition to the required written statement of your intended research focus, please write a separate essay elaborating on how these goals are related to those of ESOPI2. E-mail the essay to Dr. Helen Tibbo or Dr. Christopher (Cal) Lee. Earlier applications are encouraged. Please note that we are only able to accept applications from United States citizens at this time. Prospective students may make appointments with faculty and staff members to discuss admission requirements, program schedules, and curriculum content. The school office arranges appointments within its normal business hours (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday). Interested applicants are invited to contact: School of Information and Library Science Campus Box 3360, 100 Manning Hall 216 Lenoir Drive Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3660 P: 919-962-8366 sils.unc.edu ************************************** Wanda Monroe Director of Communications School of Information and Library Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 108 Manning Hall, CB#3360 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360 919.843.8337 [log in to unmask] Follow us on Twitter at: UNCSILS Like us on Facebook at: www.facebook.edu/uncsils --_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89BF98ITSMSXMBS3Madun_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Now Recruiting 2013-2015 ESOPI Fellows!

The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is funding fellowships for the project "Educating Stewards of the Public Information Infrastructure" or ESOPI2. This project seeks to prepare the next generation of public information stewards by building on the existing dual degree program and developing fellowships, curricula, courses and experiential components designed specifically for the needs of public sector information professionals. This fellowship provides graduate students interested in both public information and public policy with the skills needed to become leaders in public information curation and public policy administration.

What the Fellowships Offer:

• A 15-hr/wk position as Fellow in Public Information Stewardship
• An annual stipend of $16,000
• Two academic years of in-state tuition and health coverage
• Opportunity to meet experts in public information curation via symposia, conferences and workshops

Fellows have worked on:

• creating the State of North Carolina Best Practices for Using Social Media policy
• authoring an article on eDiscovery software capabilities at NARA
• creating a policy document on text messaging policy for the North Carolina State Archives
• revising and developing new online training modules for the University Archives and Records Management Services (UARMS) at UNC Chapel Hill
• developing an e-mail policy for the University Archives and Records Management Services at UNC at Chapel Hill
• advising local and state government energy efficiency and water quality programs on possible financing options and institutional arrangements

Fellowship Application Process
The ESOPI2 Fellowship is provided to masters level students who are pursuing the dual degree program offered by SILS and the SOG. Thus, acceptance into both programs is a requirement for the award. To apply:

• Apply to SILS via the regular admissions process found at http://sils.unc.edu/programs/graduate/admissions. Students are encouraged to apply by December 13 as this ensures consideration of the greatest amount of university funding, but we accept applications on a rotating basis throughout the year.

• Apply to the SOG via the regular admissions process found on the MPA Admissions page at http://www.mpa.unc.edu/node/20. Students must apply by January 1st. It is possible to apply for this program after acceptance into the SILS program.

• In addition to the required written statement of your intended research focus, please write a separate essay elaborating on how these goals are related to those of ESOPI2. E-mail the essay to Dr. Helen Tibbo or Dr. Christopher (Cal) Lee. Earlier applications are encouraged. Please note that we are only able to accept applications from United States citizens at this time.

Prospective students may make appointments with faculty and staff members to discuss admission requirements, program schedules, and curriculum content. The school office arranges appointments within its normal business hours (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday).

Interested applicants are invited to contact:

School of Information and Library Science
Campus Box 3360, 100 Manning Hall
216 Lenoir Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3660
P: 919-962-8366
sils.unc.edu

 

 

**************************************

Wanda Monroe

Director of Communications

School of Information and Library Science

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

108 Manning Hall, CB#3360

Chapel Hill, NC  27599-3360

919.843.8337

[log in to unmask]

Follow us on Twitter at: UNCSILS

Like us on Facebook at: www.facebook.edu/uncsils

 

--_000_D2D03F86A9B0A445B814C6C0618A6CED2E89BF98ITSMSXMBS3Madun_-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 15:38:02 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Diane Goldenberg-Hart <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Call for Nominations: Paul Evan Peters Award Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail-4--355988593" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Apple Message framework v1085) --Apple-Mail-4--355988593 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Call for Nominations: Paul Evan Peters Award DEADLINE: OCTOBER 26, 2012 The Paul Evan Peters Award recognizes the most notable and lasting international achievements related to information technology and the creation and use of information resources and services that advance scholarship and intellectual productivity. Past winners have been Christine L. Borgman (2011), Professor and Presidential Chair in Information Studies, UCLA; Daniel E. Atkins (2008), inaugural director of the National Science Foundation's Office of Cyberinfrastructure; Paul Ginsparg (2006), founder of arXiv, an e-print archive for articles in the sciences; Brewster Kahle (2004), founder and chairman of the board of the Internet Archive; "father of the Internet" Vinton Cerf (2002); and Tim Berners-Lee (2000), inventor of the World Wide Web. All recipients embody the rare combination of strategic vision, technical innovation, and humanitarian outlook that the award seeks to promote. Award winners are recommended by a committee of representatives of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), and EDUCAUSE, and selected by the chief executives of the three organizations. Guidelines for submitting a nomination are detailed below. GUIDELINES: Nominees for the award should meet one or more of the following qualifications. He or she has: 1. Demonstrated a positive and lasting impact on scholarly communications through the implementation and/or use of information technology and networks, as evidenced by publication, the development of environments for the dissemination of information contributions in the area of data stewardship, or other similar endeavors 2. Addressed a specific problem fundamental to scholarship, research, and intellectual productivity and provided an innovative solution using information technology 3. Helped increase awareness of the role of scholarly information and communication through dissemination of effective techniques using computing and information technologies 4. Made a career-long contribution to the advancement of scholarly information and communications through the implementation and/or use of information technology and networks. ONE-TO-TWO-PAGE LETTERS OF NOMINATION SHOULD BE SENT TO: Joan K. Lippincott [log in to unmask] OR Paul Evan Peters Award Nomination c/o Joan Lippincott, Associate Executive Director Coalition for Networked Information 21 Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 800 Washington, DC 20036-1109 fax: 202-982-0884 DEADLINE: OCTOBER 26, 2012 Recipients of this award will receive a commemorative award and will be asked to present a major address at a CNI membership meeting. This award is offered jointly by ARL, CNI, and EDUCAUSE. It honors Paul Evan Peters, founding director of CNI, who guided the organization until his untimely death in 1996 and who was recognized as one of the 100 most influential people in 20th century librarianship in the American Libraries listing of December 1999. The award program has been endowed by ARL, EDUCAUSE, Microsoft Corporation, and Xerox Corporation. For more information see the award website at: http://www.cni.org/go/pep-award/ ---- Diane Goldenberg-Hart Communications Coordinator | CNI 202-296-5098 | [log in to unmask] www.cni.org | twitter.com/cni_org --Apple-Mail-4--355988593 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii"
Call for Nominations: Paul Evan Peters Award
DEADLINE:  OCTOBER 26, 2012

The Paul Evan Peters Award recognizes the most notable and lasting international achievements related to information technology and the creation and use of information resources and services that advance scholarship and intellectual productivity. Past winners have been Christine L. Borgman (2011), Professor and Presidential Chair in Information Studies, UCLA; Daniel E. Atkins (2008), inaugural director of the National Science Foundation's Office of Cyberinfrastructure; Paul Ginsparg (2006), founder of arXiv, an e-print archive for articles in the sciences; Brewster Kahle (2004), founder and chairman of the board of the Internet Archive; "father of the Internet" Vinton Cerf (2002); and Tim Berners-Lee (2000), inventor of the World Wide Web. All recipients embody the rare combination of strategic vision, technical innovation, and humanitarian outlook that the award seeks to promote.

Award winners are recommended by a committee of representatives of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), and EDUCAUSE, and selected by the chief executives of the three organizations. Guidelines for submitting a nomination are detailed below.

GUIDELINES:

Nominees for the award should meet one or more of the following qualifications.

He or she has:
1. Demonstrated a positive and lasting impact on scholarly communications through the implementation and/or use of information technology and networks, as evidenced by publication, the development of environments for the dissemination of information contributions in the area of data stewardship, or other similar endeavors
2. Addressed a specific problem fundamental to scholarship, research, and intellectual productivity and provided an innovative solution using information technology
3. Helped increase awareness of the role of scholarly information and communication through dissemination of effective techniques using computing and information technologies
4. Made a career-long contribution to the advancement of scholarly information and communications through the implementation and/or use of information technology and networks.

ONE-TO-TWO-PAGE LETTERS OF NOMINATION SHOULD BE SENT TO:

Joan K. Lippincott
[log in to unmask]" style="font-size: 10pt; ">[log in to unmask]

OR

Paul Evan Peters Award Nomination
c/o Joan Lippincott, Associate Executive Director
Coalition for Networked Information
21 Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC  20036-1109
fax: 202-982-0884

DEADLINE:  OCTOBER 26, 2012

Recipients of this award will receive a commemorative award and will be asked to present a major address at a CNI membership meeting. This award is offered jointly by ARL, CNI, and EDUCAUSE. It honors Paul Evan Peters, founding director of CNI, who guided the organization until his untimely death in 1996 and who was recognized as one of the 100 most influential people in 20th century librarianship in the American Libraries listing of December 1999. The award program has been endowed by ARL, EDUCAUSE, Microsoft Corporation, and Xerox Corporation.

For more information see the award website at:
http://www.cni.org/go/pep-award/


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Communications Coordinator | CNI
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--Apple-Mail-4--355988593-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 14:28:45 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Greenwood, Audrey" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Now Available on Project MUSE - Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science Volume 36, Number 3-4, September/septembre, December / d=?windows-1258?Q?écembre,_?= 2012 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_EAFE3878519FA848AEDE4C9427646FE9052B4DB4postofficeutpre_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_EAFE3878519FA848AEDE4C9427646FE9052B4DB4postofficeutpre_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1258" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science Volume 36, Number 3-4, September/septembre, December / décembre, 2012 This issue contains: Unpacking "Information Inequality": Toward a Critical Discourse of Global Justice in Library and Information Science / Pour exposer la question de « l'inégalité de l'information » : Vers un discours critique de la justice mondiale en sciences de l'information et bibliothéconomie Dave Hudson Abstract: Library and Information Science (LIS) professionals frequently demonstrate interest in work toward a more just, equitable world. However, while information professionals constantly scrutinize the implications of language in everything from reference interviews to archival description, we seem far less inclined to such self-reflection in our interventions in global inequality, drawing uncritically on the language of traditional international development work, with all its attendant assumptions, limitations, and erasures of non-Western histories and knowledges. Mobilizing critical development theory, this paper elaborates a broad textual critique of the discourse of global "information inequality" within LIS and advocates a more critical discourse around global justice. Résumé: Les professionnels de la bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l'information font souvent preuve d'un intérêt marqué pour les efforts visant à amener un monde plus juste et plus équitable. Toutefois, si en tant que professionnels de l'information, nous sommes sans cesse en train de scruter les usages et les implications du langage utilisé dans tout ce que nous examinons, des entretiens de référence jusqu'à la description archivistique, nous sommes, semble-t-il, beaucoup moins enclins à l'autoréflexion critique dans nos interventions concernant les inégalités dans le monde; nous nous appuyons sans discernement sur la langue de travail du développement international traditionnel, avec toutes les hypothèses, limites et effacements qu'elle suppose dans les histoires et les connaissances non occidentales. En mettant à profit la théorie critique du développement, cet article élabore une large critique textuelle du discours sur « l'inégalité de l'information » sur le plan mondial tel qu'il est pratiqué au sein des sciences de l'information et préconise un discours plus critique sur la justice mondiale. pp. 69-87 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0010 Online Article Searching on Publisher Platforms by STM French Scholars: Findings and Analysis / La recherche d'articles sur les plateformes d'éditeurs par les chercheurs français dans les domaines STM : analyse et résultats Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri Abstract: This article seeks to understand the e-journal search patterns of STM (science, technology, and medicine) researchers from the French academic network by studying how researchers seek, read, and use articles on the ScienceDirect platform. The methodology combines two approaches. The first approach is quantitative and is based on statistical data concerning search activities on ScienceDirect between January 2008 and April 2009. The second approach is qualitative and is based on semi-directed interviews of researchers authorized to access ScienceDirect. The researchers' information-seeking activities on ScienceDirect follow two complementary usage logics. On the one hand, they follow search and discovery itineraries, and, on the other hand, they implement continuous and recurrent access mechanisms. In both cases, the researchers' searching behaviours on ScienceDirect are similar to their behaviours on the Web. This study concerns a previously unpublished large-scale analysis of STM searching behaviours. Furthermore, the mixed methodology used allows the results to be compared and, thus, the clearest and most objective interpretation to be obtained. Résumé: Cet article s'intéresse aux pratiques de consultation des périodiques électroniques des enseignants-chercheurs du réseau universitaire français, dans les domaines STM, sur une plateforme d'éditeur, ScienceDirect. Le premier volet méthodologique s'appuie sur une étude quantitative basée sur les statistiques des activités de consultations de la plateforme ScienceDirect, entre janvier 2008 et avril 2009. Le second volet, de type qualitatif, est basé sur des entretiens semi-directifs menés auprès d'un panel de ces mêmes enseignants-chercheurs. Les résultats montrent que deux logiques d'usages corollaires expliquent l'activité de consultation : l'emprunt d'itinéraires de recherche et de découvertes d'une part, la mise en œuvre de mécanismes d'accès pérennes et récurrents, d'autre part. Ces deux logiques soulignent le caractère fondamental de la navigation chez les chercheurs qui trans-posent leurs pratiques du web sur la plateforme ScienceDirect. pp. 88-105 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0012 Le rôle de l'interactivité entre l'hôpital et le patient grâce à la page d'accueil : Le cas des hôpitaux oncologiques aux États-Unis / The Role of Interactivity between the Hospital and the Patient through the Homepage: The Case of Oncological Hospitals in the United States Pablo Medina Résumé: Le but de cet article est d'évaluer le niveau d'interactivité proposé aux patients dans les pages d'accueil des hôpitaux américains spécialisés dans le traitement du cancer. Pour ce faire, nous avons réalisé une analyse bibliographique sur la question : caractère pédagogique d'Internet, accessibilité, rôle du médecin, outils interactifs sur la page d'accueil, et contexte du cancer aux États-Unis. Ensuite, nous avons analysé la page d'accueil de 49 hôpitaux américains à l'aide de 13 indicateurs. La conclusion de l'article est que la page d'accueil constitue un outil d'éducation sanitaire qui doit s'orienter selon la satisfaction des besoins communicationnels et expérientiels du patient. Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to assess the level of interactivity offered to patients in the homepages of U.S. hospitals specializing in cancer treatment. To do this, we conducted a literature review on the question of pedagogical Internet access, role of the physician, interactive tools on the homepage, and context of cancer in the United States. Next, we analyzed the home page of 49 U.S. hospitals using 13 indicators. The conclusion of the article indicates that the homepage is a tool for health education that should be geared to meeting the communication and experience needs of the patient. pp. 106-121 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0014 Afrique, un accès encore fragile à l'information scientifique / Africa: Still Fragile Access to Scientific Information Ilham Derfoufi Résumé: Plusieurs pays africains connaissent des difficultés d'accès à l'information scientifique liées principalement à la précarité de leur situation. Ils disposent d'une infrastructure technique insuffisante et sont soumis à un modèle de fourniture d'information scientifique qui est basé sur des actions philanthropiques limitées dans le temps. L'une de ces offres caritatives, HINARI, a fait l'objet d'une enquête auprès de chercheurs et de bibliothécaires africains. Cet article est une analyse de la situation actuelle dans ces pays. Elle pose les bases d'une réflexion à la recherche d'un modèle plus viable pour l'Afrique. Abstract: Several African countries are experiencing difficulties in accessing scientific information, mainly due to their precarious situation. They have poor technical infrastructures and depend on a short-lived philanthropic-based information delivery model. African researchers and librarians answered a survey about HINARI, one of these charity programs. The paper is an analysis of the current situation in these countries and lays the foundation for thinking about more viable solutions for Africa. pp. 122-143 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0015 ________________________________ Call for Papers, Reviews and Referees / Demandes d'articles, appel à des réviseurs et à des volontaires pour les comptes rendus littéraires pp. 144-145 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0013 Reviews What They Don't Teach You in Library School (review) Janet Hempstead pp. R1-R2 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0016 Knowledge Management: Historical and Cross-Disciplinary Themes (review) Nicole Eva pp. R2-R3 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0017 Managing Library Volunteers (review) Nicole Eva pp. R3-R4 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0018 From Boardbook to Facebook: Children's Services in an Interactive Age (review) Vivian Howard pp. R4-R5 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0011 ________________________________ A respected source of the most up-to-date research on library and information science, The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science is recognized internationally for its authoritative bilingual contributions to the field of information science. Established in 1976, the journal is dedicated to the publication of research findings, both in full-length and in brief format; reviews of books; software and technology; and letters to the editor. About Project MUSE Project MUSE is a unique collaboration between libraries and publishers, providing 100% full-text, affordable and user-friendly online access to a comprehensive selection of prestigious humanities and social sciences journals. MUSE's online journal collections support a diverse array of research needs at academic, public, special and school libraries worldwide. For more information about The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science or for submissions information, please contact: University of Toronto Press - Journals Division 5201 Dufferin St. Toronto, ON M3H 5T8 Tel: (416) 667-7810 Fax: (416) 667-7881 E-mail: [log in to unmask] Website: www.utpjournals.com/cjils Join us on Facebook www.facebook.com/utpjournals Join us for advance notice of tables of contents of forthcoming issues, author and editor commentaries and insights, calls for papers and advice on publishing in our journals. Become a fan and receive free access to articles weekly through UTPJournals focus. --_000_EAFE3878519FA848AEDE4C9427646FE9052B4DB4postofficeutpre_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1258" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science
Volume 36, Number 3-4, September/septembre, December / décembre, 2012

This issue contains:

Unpacking "Information Inequality": Toward a Critical Discourse of Global Justice in Library and Information Science / Pour exposer la question de « l'inégalité de l'information » : Vers un discours critique de la justice mondiale en sciences de l'information et bibliothéconomie
Dave Hudson

Abstract:

Library and Information Science (LIS) professionals frequently demonstrate interest in work toward a more just, equitable world. However, while information professionals constantly scrutinize the implications of language in everything from reference interviews to archival description, we seem far less inclined to such self-reflection in our interventions in global inequality, drawing uncritically on the language of traditional international development work, with all its attendant assumptions, limitations, and erasures of non-Western histories and knowledges. Mobilizing critical development theory, this paper elaborates a broad textual critique of the discourse of global "information inequality" within LIS and advocates a more critical discourse around global justice.

Résumé:

Les professionnels de la bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l'information font souvent preuve d'un intérêt marqué pour les efforts visant à amener un monde plus juste et plus équitable. Toutefois, si en tant que professionnels de l'information, nous sommes sans cesse en train de scruter les usages et les implications du langage utilisé dans tout ce que nous examinons, des entretiens de référence jusqu'à la description archivistique, nous sommes, semble-t-il, beaucoup moins enclins à l'autoréflexion critique dans nos interventions concernant les inégalités dans le monde; nous nous appuyons sans discernement sur la langue de travail du développement international traditionnel, avec toutes les hypothèses, limites et effacements qu'elle suppose dans les histoires et les connaissances non occidentales. En mettant à profit la théorie critique du développement, cet article élabore une large critique textuelle du discours sur « l'inégalité de l'information » sur le plan mondial tel qu'il est pratiqué au sein des sciences de l'information et préconise un discours plus critique sur la justice mondiale.
pp. 69-87 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0010

Online Article Searching on Publisher Platforms by STM French Scholars: Findings and Analysis / La recherche d'articles sur les plateformes d'éditeurs par les chercheurs français dans les domaines STM : analyse et résultats
Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri

Abstract:

This article seeks to understand the e-journal search patterns of STM (science, technology, and medicine) researchers from the French academic network by studying how researchers seek, read, and use articles on the ScienceDirect platform. The methodology combines two approaches. The first approach is quantitative and is based on statistical data concerning search activities on ScienceDirect between January 2008 and April 2009. The second approach is qualitative and is based on semi-directed interviews of researchers authorized to access ScienceDirect. The researchers' information-seeking activities on ScienceDirect follow two complementary usage logics. On the one hand, they follow search and discovery itineraries, and, on the other hand, they implement continuous and recurrent access mechanisms. In both cases, the researchers' searching behaviours on ScienceDirect are similar to their behaviours on the Web. This study concerns a previously unpublished large-scale analysis of STM searching behaviours. Furthermore, the mixed methodology used allows the results to be compared and, thus, the clearest and most objective interpretation to be obtained.

Résumé:

Cet article s'intéresse aux pratiques de consultation des périodiques électroniques des enseignants-chercheurs du réseau universitaire français, dans les domaines STM, sur une plateforme d'éditeur, ScienceDirect. Le premier volet méthodologique s'appuie sur une étude quantitative basée sur les statistiques des activités de consultations de la plateforme ScienceDirect, entre janvier 2008 et avril 2009. Le second volet, de type qualitatif, est basé sur des entretiens semi-directifs menés auprès d'un panel de ces mêmes enseignants-chercheurs. Les résultats montrent que deux logiques d'usages corollaires expliquent l'activité de consultation : l'emprunt d'itinéraires de recherche et de découvertes d'une part, la mise en œuvre de mécanismes d'accès pérennes et récurrents, d'autre part. Ces deux logiques soulignent le caractère fondamental de la navigation chez les chercheurs qui trans-posent leurs pratiques du web sur la plateforme ScienceDirect.
pp. 88-105 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0012

Le rôle de l'interactivité entre l'hôpital et le patient grâce à la page d'accueil : Le cas des hôpitaux oncologiques aux États-Unis / The Role of Interactivity between the Hospital and the Patient through the Homepage: The Case of Oncological Hospitals in the United States

Pablo Medina

Résumé:

Le but de cet article est d'évaluer le niveau d'interactivité proposé aux patients dans les pages d'accueil des hôpitaux américains spécialisés dans le traitement du cancer. Pour ce faire, nous avons réalisé une analyse bibliographique sur la question : caractère pédagogique d'Internet, accessibilité, rôle du médecin, outils interactifs sur la page d'accueil, et contexte du cancer aux États-Unis. Ensuite, nous avons analysé la page d'accueil de 49 hôpitaux américains à l'aide de 13 indicateurs. La conclusion de l'article est que la page d'accueil constitue un outil d'éducation sanitaire qui doit s'orienter selon la satisfaction des besoins communicationnels et expérientiels du patient.

Abstract:

The purpose of this paper is to assess the level of interactivity offered to patients in the homepages of U.S. hospitals specializing in cancer treatment. To do this, we conducted a literature review on the question of pedagogical Internet access, role of the physician, interactive tools on the homepage, and context of cancer in the United States. Next, we analyzed the home page of 49 U.S. hospitals using 13 indicators. The conclusion of the article indicates that the homepage is a tool for health education that should be geared to meeting the communication and experience needs of the patient.
pp. 106-121 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0014

Afrique, un accès encore fragile à l'information scientifique / Africa: Still Fragile Access to Scientific Information
Ilham Derfoufi

Résumé:

Plusieurs pays africains connaissent des difficultés d'accès à l'information scientifique liées principalement à la précarité de leur situation. Ils disposent d'une infrastructure technique insuffisante et sont soumis à un modèle de fourniture d'information scientifique qui est basé sur des actions philanthropiques limitées dans le temps. L'une de ces offres caritatives, HINARI, a fait l'objet d'une enquête auprès de chercheurs et de bibliothécaires africains. Cet article est une analyse de la situation actuelle dans ces pays. Elle pose les bases d'une réflexion à la recherche d'un modèle plus viable pour l'Afrique.

Abstract:

Several African countries are experiencing difficulties in accessing scientific information, mainly due to their precarious situation. They have poor technical infrastructures and depend on a short-lived philanthropic-based information delivery model. African researchers and librarians answered a survey about HINARI, one of these charity programs. The paper is an analysis of the current situation in these countries and lays the foundation for thinking about more viable solutions for Africa.
pp. 122-143 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0015


Call for Papers, Reviews and Referees / Demandes d'articles, appel à des réviseurs et à des volontaires pour les comptes rendus littéraires
pp. 144-145 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0013

Reviews

What They Don't Teach You in Library School (review)
Janet Hempstead
pp. R1-R2 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0016  

Knowledge Management: Historical and Cross-Disciplinary Themes (review)
Nicole Eva
pp. R2-R3 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0017

Managing Library Volunteers (review)
Nicole Eva
pp. R3-R4 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0018

From Boardbook to Facebook: Children's Services in an Interactive Age (review)
Vivian Howard

pp. R4-R5 | DOI: 10.1353/ils.2012.0011

 


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--_000_EAFE3878519FA848AEDE4C9427646FE9052B4DB4postofficeutpre_-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 23:16:52 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Mallette, Michelle" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: News from the University of British Columbia iSchool Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CC6AASITSVMBX01Peadu_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CC6AASITSVMBX01Peadu_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable UBC iSchool Wins HCIR Challenge in Boston The School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, the iSchool at University of British Columbia, is delighted to announce its team won the 2012 HCIR Challenge this week in Boston, at the Sixth Symposium on Human Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval. This year's challenge was to address "the problem of people and expertise finding." Assistant Professor Luanne Freund, post-doctoral fellow Michael Huggett and MLIS student Kristof Kessler presented "Exposing and Exploring Academic Expertise with VIRTU," the expertise finder developed by the team at the UBC iSchool's Digital Information Interaction Group, known as DiiG. The challenge required the teams to use a dataset from Mendeley of more than a million researcher profiles, and create a functional search interface for "efficient discovery." Alexandra Bradley Named ARMA International Fellow We're also really pleased to announce that one of our adjunct faculty members, Alexandra "Sandie" Bradley, has been named to the ARMA International Company of Fellows. She is the fourth Canadian to receive this distinction, the highest honour in the records management profession. She is ARMA International's 47th Fellow since the award was created in 1990, bestowed upon members who have "distinguished themselves through outstanding achievements and contributions in records and information management as well as noteworthy accomplishments in all levels of the association." Only members in good standing with reputation for ethical integrity, professional responsibility and a high attention to professional standards may be considered for the award. For more information, visit www.arma.org/myarma/awards/fellows.cfm Leonard Marcus to Speak on Maurice Sendak Renowned children's literature critic and historian Leonard Marcus will be at The University of British Columbia next week to discuss the life and work of Maurice Sendak. "Let the Wild Rumpus Start': Maurice Sendak as Storyteller and Psychologist" will be presented Friday October 12, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at UBC. 1961 East Mall, UBC. Maurice Sendak, arguably the foremost picture-book creator of the 20th century, died on May 8th 2012. Leonard Marcus, drawing on his incisive research, conversations with members of the psychological community, and wide-ranging interviews with Sendak, the creator of Max, Mickey, and friends, presents a rare glimpse into the life and work of the most original children's book artist of our time. The colloquium is co-hosted by the UBC iSchool's Master of Arts in Children's Literature Program and the Vancouver Children's Literature Roundtable. -- Michelle Mallette MLIS Student Services Coordinator | School of Library, Archival & Information Studies The iSchool at The University of British Columbia | Irving K. Barber Learning Centre 470 - 1961 East Mall, Vancouver BC Canada V6T 1Z1 e: [log in to unmask] | t: 604.822.2461 (direct) | skype: mmallette.ubc www.slais.ubc.ca | www.facebook.com/UBC.iSchool | @ubcischool Applying to SLAIS? Join our virtual admissions open house. --_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CC6AASITSVMBX01Peadu_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

 

UBC iSchool Wins HCIR Challenge in Boston

 

The School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, the iSchool at University of British Columbia, is delighted to announce its team won the 2012 HCIR Challenge this week in Boston, at the Sixth Symposium on Human Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval. This year’s challenge was to address “the problem of people and expertise finding.”

 

Assistant Professor Luanne Freund, post-doctoral fellow Michael Huggett and MLIS student Kristof Kessler presented “Exposing and Exploring Academic Expertise with VIRTU,” the expertise finder developed by the team at the UBC iSchool’s Digital Information Interaction Group, known as DiiG. The challenge required the teams to use a dataset from Mendeley of more than a million researcher profiles, and create a functional search interface for “efficient discovery.”

 

 

Alexandra Bradley Named ARMA International Fellow

 

We’re also really pleased to announce that one of our adjunct faculty members, Alexandra "Sandie" Bradley, has been named to the ARMA International Company of Fellows. She is the fourth Canadian to receive this distinction, the highest honour in the records management profession. She is ARMA International's 47th Fellow since the award was created in 1990, bestowed upon members who have "distinguished themselves through outstanding achievements and contributions in records and information management as well as noteworthy accomplishments in all levels of the association." Only members in good standing with reputation for ethical integrity, professional responsibility and a high attention to professional standards may be considered for the award. For more information, visit www.arma.org/myarma/awards/fellows.cfm

 

 

Leonard Marcus to Speak on Maurice Sendak

 

Renowned children’s literature critic and historian Leonard Marcus will be at The University of British Columbia next week to discuss the life and work of Maurice Sendak.

 

“Let the Wild Rumpus Start’: Maurice Sendak as Storyteller and Psychologist” will be presented Friday October 12, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at UBC. 1961 East Mall, UBC. Maurice Sendak, arguably the foremost picture-book creator of the 20th century, died on May 8th 2012. Leonard Marcus, drawing on his incisive research, conversations with members of the psychological community, and wide-ranging interviews with Sendak, the creator of Max, Mickey, and friends, presents a rare glimpse into the life and work of the most original children's book artist of our time. The colloquium is co-hosted by the UBC iSchool’s Master of Arts in Children’s Literature Program and the Vancouver Children’s Literature Roundtable.



 

 

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--_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CC6AASITSVMBX01Peadu_-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 22:34:34 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Coursera: Think again MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="-559023410-851401618-1349490874=:22720" ---559023410-851401618-1349490874=:22720 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: QUOTED-PRINTABLE Greetings, For those interested in distance ed and online learning, I bring to your attention Coursera.org. It seems to be an interesting community college based learning scheme (based on who wants to participate, including established full professors) and an academic philosophy (get the students to learn something). I've signed up for (free) (and I invite you to join me): https://www.coursera.org/course/thinkagain which it titled "Think Again: How to Reason and Argue" taught by these folks: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (right) is Chauncey Stillman Professor of Practical Ethics in the Philosophy Department and the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University and Core Faculty in the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences. He has served as vice-chair of the Board of Officers of the American Philosophical Association and co-director of the MacArthur Project on Law and Neuroscience. He has published books on moral theory, philosophy of religion, theory of knowledge, and informal logic. His current research focuses on ways that psychology and neuroscience can illuminate moral beliefs and moral responsibility. He has regularly taught a course on reasoning for three decades. Ram Neta (left) is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has published dozens of articles on various topics in epistemology, including the nature and extent of our knowledge, the constraints that rationality imposes of on our states of confidence, the sorts of considerations that can serve as evidence for us, and how arguments for skepticism can come to seem compelling. He has also edited a number of recent and forthcoming volumes in epistemology. His current research focuses on understanding how epistemic constraints on an animal’s representational states can be determined by the essential properties of the species to which the animal belongs. Not slouchers. But this could be a great deal of fun. Hope to see you in Nov. --gw <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Gretchen Whitney, PhD, Retired School of Information Sciences University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN 37996 USA [log in to unmask] http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/ jESSE:http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/jesse.html SIGMETRICS:http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/sigmetrics.html <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> ---559023410-851401618-1349490874=:22720-- ========================================================================Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 06:03:34 -0700 Reply-To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="1072509510-1082824541-1349528614=:51415" --1072509510-1082824541-1349528614=:51415 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable A graduate student asked me whether "There are any social science journals like PLoS?"  I don't know: Can someone help out here? Much thanks, JM Nyce --1072509510-1082824541-1349528614=:51415 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
A graduate student asked me whether "There are any social science journals like PLoS?"  I don't know: Can someone help out here?

Much thanks,

JM Nyce
--1072509510-1082824541-1349528614=:51415-- ========================================================================Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 11:19:43 -0700 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: DCMI Announce <[log in to unmask]> Subject: NISO/DCMI Webinar: Embedding Linked Data invisibly into Web pages - Strategies and workflows for publishing with RDFa X-To: Stuart Sutton <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="e0cb4e43cf1f4bf78604cb680861" --e0cb4e43cf1f4bf78604cb680861 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable -------------------- Webinar: Embedding Linked Data Invisibly into Web Pages: Strategies and Workflows for Publishing with RDFa Date: October 24, 2012 Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. (Eastern time) Event webpage: http://www.niso.org/news/events/2012/dcmi/publishing_with_RDFa/ ------------------- ABOUT THE WEBINAR As described in the April NISO/DCMI webinar by Dan Brickley, schema.org is a search-engine initiative aimed at helping webmasters use structured data markup to improve the discovery and display of search results. Drupal 7 makes it easy to markup HTML pages with schema.org terms, allowing users to quickly build websites with structured data that can be understood by Google and displayed as Rich Snippets. Improved search results are only part of the story, however. Data-bearing documents become machine-processable once you find them. The subject matter, important facts, calendar events, authorship, licensing, and whatever else you might like to share become there for the taking. Sales reports, RSS feeds, industry analysis, maps, diagrams and process artifacts can now connect back to other data sets to provide linkage to context and related content. The key to this is the adoption standards for both the data model (RDF) and the means of weaving it into documents (RDFa). Drupal 7 has become the leading content platform to adopt these standards. This webinar will describe how RDFa and Drupal 7 can improve how organizations publish information and data on the Web for both internal and external consumption. It will discuss what is required to use these features and how they impact publication workflow. The talk will focus on high-level and accessible demonstrations of what is possible. Technical people should learn how to proceed while non-technical people will learn what is possible. Speakers Brian Sletten (Bosatsu Consulting) is a liberal arts-educated software engineer with a focus on using and evangelizing forward-leaning technologies. He has a background as a system architect, a developer, a security consultant, a mentor, a team lead, an author and a trainer and operates in all of those roles as needed. His experience has spanned the online game, defense, finance, academic, hospitality, retail and commercial domains. He has worked with a wide variety of technologies such as network matrix switch controls, 3D simulation/visualization, Grid Computing, P2P and Semantic Web-based systems. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the College of William and Mary. He is President of Bosatsu Consulting, Inc. and lives in Los Angeles, CA. Stéphane Corlosquet (Software Engineer and Drupal Developer at MIND Informatics) has been a driving force in incorporating Semantic Web capabilities into the core of the Drupal Content Management System. He holds a master's degree specializing in Semantic Web from the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Ireland, and has published widely read papers and technical publications, including two chapters in the book, Definitive Guide to Drupal 7. Stéphane has worked as the head of IT and Web development for Ici Formation and Eco Innovation and currently works at MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease (MIND), MGH, as a Software Engineer developing the Science Collaboration Framework, a Drupal-based distribution for building online communities of researchers in biomedecine. Thomas Baker, Chief Information Officer of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, has recently co-chaired the W3C Semantic Web Deployment Working Group and the W3C Incubator Group on Library Linked Data. --e0cb4e43cf1f4bf78604cb680861 Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
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Webinar: Embedding Linked Data Invisibly into Web Pages: Strategies and Workflows for Publishing with RDFa
Date: October 24, 2012
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. (Eastern time)
Event webpage:
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ABOUT THE WEBINAR

As described in the April NISO/DCMI webinar by Dan Brickley, schema.org is a search-engine initiative aimed at helping webmasters use structured data markup to improve the discovery and display of search results. Drupal 7 makes it easy to markup HTML pages with schema.org terms, allowing users to quickly build websites with structured data that can be understood by Google and displayed as Rich Snippets.

Improved search results are only part of the story, however. Data-bearing documents become machine-processable once you find them. The subject matter, important facts, calendar events, authorship, licensing, and whatever else
you might like to share become there for the taking. Sales reports, RSS feeds, industry analysis, maps, diagrams and process artifacts can now connect back to other data sets to provide linkage to context and related content. The key to this is the adoption standards for both the data model (RDF) and the means of weaving it into documents (RDFa). Drupal 7 has become the leading content platform to adopt these standards.

This webinar will describe how RDFa and Drupal 7 can improve how organizations publish information and data on the Web for both internal and external consumption. It will discuss what is required to use these features and how they impact publication workflow. The talk will focus on high-level and accessible demonstrations of what is possible. Technical people should learn how to proceed while non-technical people will learn what is possible.

Speakers

Brian Sletten (Bosatsu Consulting) is a liberal arts-educated software engineer with a focus on using and evangelizing forward-leaning technologies. He has a background as a system architect, a developer, a security consultant, a mentor, a team lead, an author and a trainer and operates in all of those roles as needed. His experience has spanned the online game, defense, finance, academic, hospitality, retail and commercial domains. He has worked with a wide variety of technologies such as network matrix switch controls, 3D simulation/visualization, Grid Computing, P2P and Semantic Web-based systems. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the College of William and Mary. He is President of Bosatsu Consulting, Inc. and lives in Los Angeles, CA.

Stéphane Corlosquet (Software Engineer and Drupal Developer at MIND Informatics) has been a driving force in incorporating Semantic Web capabilities into the core of the Drupal Content Management System. He holds a master's degree specializing in Semantic Web from the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Ireland, and has published widely read papers and technical publications, including two chapters in the book, Definitive Guide to Drupal 7. Stéphane has worked as the head of IT and Web development for Ici Formation and Eco Innovation and currently works at MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease (MIND), MGH, as a Software Engineer developing the Science Collaboration Framework, a Drupal-based distribution for building online communities of researchers in biomedecine.

Thomas Baker, Chief Information Officer of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, has recently co-chaired the W3C Semantic Web Deployment Working Group and the W3C Incubator Group on Library Linked Data.
--e0cb4e43cf1f4bf78604cb680861-- ========================================================================Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 12:32:34 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "IAN JOHNSON (0616285)" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Libri issue 62 (3) now available Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_BAA47FF3DB2B7E4FB9EB96032AB28F61156996C2AMSPRD0104MB150_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_BAA47FF3DB2B7E4FB9EB96032AB28F61156996C2AMSPRD0104MB150_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable A new issue of 'Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Services' is now available online from De Gruyter Online. Please click on the links below to view the new contents: Working with Facebook in Public Libraries: A Backstage Glimpse into the Library 2.0 Rhetoric Hanna Carlsson http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0016/libri-2012-0016.xml?format=INT An Open Access Policy for the Scientific Output of Cuba's National Health System Nancy Sánchez-Tarragó, J. Carlos Fernández-Molina, & Alejandro Caballero Rivero http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0017/libri-2012-0017.xml?format=INT Use of Information Resources by Undergraduate Students and its Relationship with Academic Achievement Atif Yousef Odeh http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0018/libri-2012-0018.xml?format=INT Academic Library E-Service User Motivation: A Korean Case Study Seongsin Lee http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0019/libri-2012-0019.xml?format=INT Library Use by Medical Students Engaging in Problem-based Learning: A Taiwanese Case Study Kuan-Nien Chen, & In-Ting Huang http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0020/libri-2012-0020.xml?format=INT Life Saving Information Behaviours of Commercial Motorcyclists in a Metropolitan City in Nigeria Williams Nwagwu, & Olamide Olatunji http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0021/libri-2012-0021.xml?format=INT Evaluation of Central Libraries' Websites of Universities in Iran from a Marketing Viewpoint Soraya Ziaei, & Fatemeh Nooshinfard http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0022/libri-2012-0022.xml?format=INT NGO-Developed Libraries in India: Impacts, Models, and New Possibilities Ajit K. Pyati, & Ahmad M. Kamal http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/libr.2012.62.issue-3/libri-2012-0023/libri-2012-0023.xml?format=INT Professor Ian M. Johnson Joint Editor Libri: international journal of libraries and information services The Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Great Britain Phone: 01224 740785 Mobile: 07719 859239 Skype: ian.m.johnson45 Libri:- Instructions for authors: http://librijournal.org Submissions: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/libri Reading: http://www.reference-global.com/toc/libr/current Editorial office: [log in to unmask] Robert Gordon University is the best modern university in the UK (The Times Good University Guide 2011) Robert Gordon University, a Scottish charity registered under charity number SC 013781. This e-mail and any attachment is for authorised use by the intended recipient(s) only. It may contain proprietary material, confidential information and/or be subject to legal privilege. It should not be copied, disclosed to, retained or used by, any other party. If you are not an intended recipient then please promptly delete this e-mail and any attachment and all copies and inform the sender. Please note that any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Robert Gordon University. Thank you. --_000_BAA47FF3DB2B7E4FB9EB96032AB28F61156996C2AMSPRD0104MB150_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
A new issue of 'Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Services' is now available online from De Gruyter Online.
 
Please click on the links below to view the new contents:
 
 
Hanna Carlsson
 
 
Nancy  Sánchez-Tarragó, J. Carlos Fernández-Molina, & Alejandro Caballero Rivero
 
 
Atif Yousef Odeh
 
 
Seongsin Lee
 
 
Kuan-Nien Chen, & In-Ting Huang
 
 
Williams Nwagwu, & Olamide Olatunji
 
 
Soraya Ziaei, & Fatemeh Nooshinfard
 
 
Ajit K. Pyati, & Ahmad M. Kamal
 
 
 
Professor Ian M. Johnson
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Libri: international journal of libraries and information services
The Robert Gordon University
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--_000_BAA47FF3DB2B7E4FB9EB96032AB28F61156996C2AMSPRD0104MB150_-- ========================================================================Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 20:22:23 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Rec'd w/ technical glitch. --gw Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 16:40:04 -0700 From: Walt Crawford <[log in to unmask]> To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Cc: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? If the question is "are there open access social science journals," the answer is decidedly Yes, and the place to start exploring is the Directory of Open Access Journals, http://www.doaj.org/ (There are over 300 in the social sciences and hundreds in subsets, including 133 in LIS.) If the question is "is there a high-profile very successful all-discipline OA journal for social sciences?"--not that I know of. -walt crawford- On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 6:03 AM, J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > A graduate student asked me whether "There are any social science journals > like PLoS?" I don't know: Can someone help out here? > > Much thanks, > > JM Nyce ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 19:11:46 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Call for participants to assess summaries of research papers in an auto-summarization project (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Forwarded after a technical glitch. --gw ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 00:45:56 -0400 From: #KOKIL JAIDKA# <[log in to unmask]> Hi, I'm a PhD student at Nanyang Technological University doing research in automatic summarization, supervised by Drs. Chris Khoo and Na Jin Cheon. I'm looking for assessors to evaluate three types of summaries of research papers -- as part of my PhD project. The assessors should be PhD candidates, researchers or faculty in LIS or Computer Science. (PhD candidates should have passed their qualifying exams or proposal defense.) They should also be native English speakers, as the quality of writing is part of the evaluation. *The task* The task is to evaluate the quality of three summaries of research papers on a particular topic from JASIST, J. Doc. & JIS. Each task will take about 30 min.; each assessor will be requested to do 3 tasks (1.5 to 2 hours altogether). *Payment* I can offer a token payment of US$20 for the 3 tasks, to be paid to the assessor's Paypal account after receipt of the evaluations. *The topics* The summaries are on the following topics. You can indicate 3 topics as your preference - though I can't promise to assign you the topics of your choice. - Attribution theory - Citation analysis - Collaborative filtering - Creativity - Digital library users - Indexing - Information architecture - Information kiosks - Information needs - Information retrieval - Interfaces - Internet - Journal usage - Knowledge sharing - Language translation - Recommender systems - Relevance - Searchers, Searcher behaviour - Taxonomy - User behaviour - Web searching If you are able to help me with the evaluation, please drop an email to [log in to unmask] with some background information about yourself. The research results will be anonymized in any publication, and the identity of the assessors and their background information will be kept strictly confidential and will be available only to me and my supervisors. Thanks! Kokil Jaidka ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 05:53:58 -0700 Reply-To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? (fwd) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-1658718958-1340138097-1349700838=:2580" ---1658718958-1340138097-1349700838=:2580 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Thank you for your answers so far.  The question was meant to be Are there any online social science journals which like PLoS publishes on demand/as necessary i.e. not by issue or volume? JM Nyce ________________________________ From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> To: [log in to unmask] Sent: Saturday, October 6, 2012 8:22 PM Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? (fwd) Rec'd w/ technical glitch.  --gw Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 16:40:04 -0700 From: Walt Crawford <[log in to unmask]> To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Cc: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? If the question is "are there open access social science journals," the answer is decidedly Yes, and the place to start exploring is the Directory of Open Access Journals, http://www.doaj.org/ (There are over 300 in the social sciences and hundreds in subsets, including 133 in LIS.) If the question is "is there a high-profile very successful all-discipline OA journal for social sciences?"--not that I know of. -walt crawford- On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 6:03 AM, J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > A graduate student asked me whether "There are any social science journals > like PLoS?"  I don't know: Can someone help out here? > > Much thanks, > > JM Nyce ---1658718958-1340138097-1349700838=:2580 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Thank you for your answers so far.  The question was meant to be
Are there any online social science journals which like PLoS publishes on demand/as necessary i.e. not by issue or volume?

JM Nyce


From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Saturday, October 6, 2012 8:22 PM
Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? (fwd)

Rec'd w/ technical glitch.  --gw

Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 16:40:04 -0700
From: Walt Crawford <[log in to unmask]>
To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]>
Cc: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS?

If the question is "are there open access social science journals,"
the answer is decidedly Yes, and the place to start exploring is the
Directory of Open Access Journals, http://www.doaj.org/

(There are over 300 in the social sciences and hundreds in subsets,
including 133 in LIS.)

If the question is "is there a high-profile very successful
all-discipline OA journal for social sciences?"--not that I know of.

-walt crawford-

On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 6:03 AM, J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A graduate student asked me whether "There are any social science journals
> like PLoS?"  I don't know: Can someone help out here?
>
> Much thanks,
>
> JM Nyce



---1658718958-1340138097-1349700838=:2580-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 19:17:36 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Coursera: Think again (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Rec'd with a technical glitch. --gw ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 11:34:33 -0400 From: "Leibowitz, Faye R" <[log in to unmask]> To: 'Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum' <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Coursera: Think again I'm currently enrolled in the University of Toronto's "Learn to Program: The Fundamentals" Python programming course through Coursera. I expect to learn something in this course, but it won't be easy. As expected, the course material is challenging. The major drawback to the MOOC platform is that there is no way to get help from an instructor. There are thousands of students enrolled in the course. Students can post questions to class discussion lists, but there is no guarantee that all questions will be answered satisfactorily. Generally speaking, though, it is a good "no-risk" way to learn something new. Homework is assigned and graded, but no college credits are involved. And you can review the recorded lectures as many times as you need to in order to learn the concepts. Just be aware that if you have questions, you are pretty much on your own. Maybe humanities/social sciences courses are different than math/science courses. Best wishes, Faye Leibowitz University of Pittsburgh [log in to unmask] ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 10:57:40 -0500 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Aversa, Elizabeth" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Faculty Vacancy Announcement - The University of Alabama Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_B2C6D0E4CBA43947AD3E81F8407022D4027CF64B3748MAIL1uanetu_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_B2C6D0E4CBA43947AD3E81F8407022D4027CF64B3748MAIL1uanetu_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable FACULTY POSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA The School of Library & Information Studies, College of Communication & Information Sciences, The University of Alabama, invites applications and nominations for an instructor for a three-year renewable contract, beginning as early as January 2013. The successful candidate will receive an appointment that is 50 percent administrative and 50 percent instructional. Position Description This position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to be involved in a wide variety of activities in the School and to make a difference both administratively and instructionally. The instructor will be the School's liaison with the College's Information Officer and will provide leadership in enhancing the School's visibility through diverse methods of reporting, communicating, and marketing. These methods will include publications, the School's web presence, social media, and work with University and professional media distribution channels. The instructor will assist the director and staff in accreditation reporting as well. The instructor will assist faculty members in research proposal preparation, management of grant funding and reporting, and will work with the director in representing the School's research interests to the College's Institute for Communication and Information Research (ICIR) and the University's Office for Sponsored Programs (OSP). The instructional aspect of the position requires teaching primarily in the core curriculum. Preference will be given to candidates who are prepared to teach at least two of the required courses: Introduction to Library and Information Studies, Organization of Information, Research Methods, Information Sources and Services, Administration and Management, and Information Technologies. Instruction is offered online as well as on-campus and off-site face-to-face. Qualifications Required: * A Master's degree in library and information studies or its equivalent; * 18 semester hours beyond the Master's degree; * Evidence of intermediate web design experience; * Evidence of excellent spoken and written communication skills; and * Experience in the preparation of successful funding proposals. Desirable: * Earned doctorate, second master's, or terminal degree or progress in a degree program; * Teaching experience; * Experience with accreditation, assessment, or certification programs; * Web 2.0 experience in the marketing of a program, library, or other enterprise; and * Professional experience in a library, information center or other information-rich organization. Environment The School, with 14 faculty members, offers an ALA-accredited Master's program, an MFA program in the book arts, and doctoral courses that contribute to a multidisciplinary doctorate in communication and information sciences. An undergraduate course sequence in information studies is also offered. The School is selective in admissions for all program options and the MLIS program ranks among the top 25 programs in North America. Tuscaloosa is centrally located in the Southeast, and is convenient to Atlanta, Birmingham, Mobile and the Gulf Coast, New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, and Chattanooga. The area offers outdoor activities year-round, a vibrant arts community, the cultural benefits of a major university, and services befitting a larger community. Living is good in Tuscaloosa, AL. Application particulars: To apply visit https://facultyjobs.ua.edu and attach a curriculum vita and cover letter. Applications will be reviewed beginning December 1, 2012 and will be accepted until the position is filled. The University of Alabama is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Search Committee Chair and Contact: Elizabeth Aversa, Professor, [log in to unmask] --_000_B2C6D0E4CBA43947AD3E81F8407022D4027CF64B3748MAIL1uanetu_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

FACULTY POSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA

The School of Library & Information Studies, College of Communication & Information Sciences, The University of Alabama, invites applications and nominations for an instructor for a three-year renewable contract, beginning as early as January 2013. The successful candidate will receive an appointment that is 50 percent administrative and 50 percent instructional.

Position Description

This position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to be involved in a wide variety of activities in the School and to make a difference both administratively and instructionally.

The instructor will be the School’s liaison with the College’s Information Officer and will provide leadership in enhancing the School’s visibility through diverse methods of reporting, communicating, and marketing. These methods will include publications, the School’s web presence, social media, and work with University and professional media distribution channels. The instructor will assist the director and staff in accreditation reporting as well. The instructor will assist faculty members in research proposal preparation, management of grant funding and reporting, and will work with the director in representing the School’s research interests to the College’s Institute for Communication and Information Research (ICIR) and the University’s Office for Sponsored Programs (OSP).

The instructional aspect of the position requires teaching primarily in the core curriculum. Preference will be given to candidates who are prepared to teach at least two of the required courses: Introduction to Library and Information Studies, Organization of Information, Research Methods, Information Sources and Services, Administration and Management, and Information Technologies. Instruction is offered online as well as on-campus and off-site face-to-face.

Qualifications

Required:
• A Master’s degree in library and information studies or its equivalent;
• 18 semester hours beyond the Master’s degree;
• Evidence of intermediate web design experience;
• Evidence of excellent spoken and written communication skills; and
• Experience in the preparation of successful funding proposals.
Desirable:
• Earned doctorate, second master’s, or terminal degree or progress in a degree program;
• Teaching experience;
• Experience with accreditation, assessment, or certification programs;
• Web 2.0 experience in the marketing of a program, library, or other enterprise; and
• Professional experience in a library, information center or other information-rich organization.

Environment

The School, with 14 faculty members, offers an ALA-accredited Master’s program, an MFA program in the book arts, and doctoral courses that contribute to a multidisciplinary doctorate in communication and information sciences. An undergraduate course sequence in information studies is also offered. The School is selective in admissions for all program options and the MLIS program ranks among the top 25 programs in North America.

Tuscaloosa is centrally located in the Southeast, and is convenient to Atlanta, Birmingham, Mobile and the Gulf Coast, New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, and Chattanooga. The area offers outdoor activities year-round, a vibrant arts community, the cultural benefits of a major university, and services befitting a larger community. Living is good in Tuscaloosa, AL.

Application particulars:

To apply visit https://facultyjobs.ua.edu and attach a curriculum vita and cover letter.
Applications will be reviewed beginning December 1, 2012 and will be accepted until the position is filled. The University of Alabama is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Search Committee Chair and Contact: Elizabeth Aversa, Professor, [log in to unmask]

 

--_000_B2C6D0E4CBA43947AD3E81F8407022D4027CF64B3748MAIL1uanetu_-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 10:26:24 -0700 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Nicole Purviance <[log in to unmask]> Subject: SJSU SLIS is Hiring for New Faculty Position: Job Announcement MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_04DB_01CDA53F.5EF01F10" ------=_NextPart_000_04DB_01CDA53F.5EF01F10 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="gb2312" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable San Jos¨¦ State University San Jos¨¦, California ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION AVAILABILITY School of Library and Information Science Information Assurance/Information Integrity or Large Data Sets/Information Visualization Live anywhere* Teach great students ¨C http://slisweb.sjsu.edu/people/community-profiles Use the newest technologies to develop innovative online classes Work with a top grant writer and collegial faculty. San Jose State University seeks to dramatically expand its faculty working in the area of cyber security/data science by hiring a cluster of five new faculty members. The university seeks people who are able to initiate and participate in interdisciplinary collaborations in the area of cyber security or data science, and who are skilled researchers and teachers in one of five areas: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Library and Information Science, Management Information Science, or Psychology. As part of this initiative the School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) is looking for a faculty member with a focus in either information assurance/information integrity or large data sets/information visualization. The successful applicant will teach online classes for SLIS and conduct research, build online interdisciplinary certificates, and develop fundable research proposals with colleagues in the cybersecurity and data science clusters in the University. A successful applicant focused primarily in the area of information assurance/information integrity will teach online classes and conduct research with cluster faculty members in one or more of the following areas: ¡ñ Protection of records and archives via trusted digital repositories that ensure the accuracy, reliability, and authenticity (i.e., identity and integrity) of records in the cloud and records delivered via mobile devices ¡ñ Information risk analysis, management, and compliance of digital records ¡ñ Sustainability of digital records ¡ñ Privacy and freedom of information ¡ñ Encryption management strategies ¡ñ Recovery and disaster techniques including disaster planning A successful applicant focused primarily in the area of large data sets/information visualization will teach online classes and conduct research with cluster faculty members in one or more of the following areas: ¡ñ Analysis of unstructured and machine generated data from social media (e.g., Facebook and Twitter) ¡ñ Information visualization to help users gain new and deeper knowledge from complex information ¡ñ Tagging of data for ease of analysis and findability ¡ñ Metadata systems, architectures, and applications ¡ñ Semantic networks and linked data ¡ñ Data analytics ¡ñ Text/data mining ¡ñ Pattern recognition We require an earned doctorate; a strong record of scholarly and professional achievement; and an excitement and enjoyment for teaching and working online. The School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) at San Jose State University is fully accredited by the American Library Association through 2014. It has 2000 students and since Fall 2009 delivers its degrees only online. In addition to the online Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree SLIS offers an online master¡¯s degree in Archives and Records Administration (MARA), a gateway Ph.D. program with Queensland University of Technology, and a Post Master¡¯s Certificate program. The School is part of the College of Applied Sciences and Arts at San Jose State University. The School has a rich technological environment (Desire2Learn Learning Management System, Blackboard Collaborate Web conferencing, WebEx, Blackboard IM, Panopto, and Web 2.0 tools such as social networking, blogs, wikis, podcasts, and collaborative environments). Check out Innovate Magazine, SLIS's 2012 Annual Review, to see what our students and faculty are doing. Send by February 1, 2013: (1) A letter of application that addresses in detail the requirements listed above and into which of the two cluster areas you feel best fitted (2) A curriculum vitae (3) Three original letters of reference with contact information Application material should be sent electronically (pdf or a URL) to: Dr. Linda Main, Chair of the Search Committee at: [log in to unmask] Please include Job Opening ID: 22461 San Jose State University is home to the Silicon Valley Center for Cyber Security, is a partner in the NSF-funded national Center for Science and Technology for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST) at UC Berkeley, and hosted the national symposium on Curriculum Development in Security and Information Assurance (CDSIA) as well as the Oates Security in the Cyberage Symposium. *Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States. In addition, you will be required to visit the San Jose State University campus four or five times a year at your own expense. ------=_NextPart_000_04DB_01CDA53F.5EF01F10 Content-Type: text/html; charset="gb2312" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

San Jos¨¦ State University

San Jos¨¦, California

ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION AVAILABILITY

School of Library and Information Science

Information Assurance/Information Integrity or Large Data Sets/Information Visualization

 

Live anywhere*

 

Teach great students ¨C http://slisweb.sjsu.edu/people/community-profiles

 

Use the newest technologies to develop innovative online classes

 

Work with a top grant writer and collegial faculty. 

 

San Jose State University seeks to dramatically expand its faculty working in the area of cyber security/data science by hiring a cluster of five new faculty members. The university seeks people who are able to initiate and participate in interdisciplinary collaborations in the area of cyber security or data science, and who are skilled researchers and teachers in one of five areas: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Library and Information Science, Management Information Science, or Psychology.

 

As part of this initiative the School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) is looking for a faculty member with a focus in either information assurance/information integrity or large data sets/information visualization. The successful applicant will teach online classes for SLIS and conduct research, build online interdisciplinary certificates, and develop fundable research proposals with colleagues in the cybersecurity and data science clusters in the University.

 

A successful applicant focused primarily in the area of information assurance/information integrity will teach online classes and conduct research with cluster faculty members in one or more of the following areas:

 

¡ñ      Protection of records and archives via trusted digital repositories that ensure the accuracy, reliability, and authenticity (i.e., identity and integrity) of records in the cloud and records delivered via mobile devices

¡ñ      Information risk analysis, management, and compliance of digital records

¡ñ      Sustainability of digital records

¡ñ      Privacy and freedom of information

¡ñ      Encryption management strategies

¡ñ      Recovery and disaster techniques including disaster planning

 

A successful applicant focused primarily in the area of large data sets/information visualization will teach online classes and conduct research with cluster faculty members in one or more of the following areas:

 

¡ñ      Analysis of unstructured and machine generated data from social media (e.g., Facebook and Twitter)

¡ñ      Information visualization to help users gain new and deeper knowledge from complex information

¡ñ      Tagging of data for ease of analysis and findability

¡ñ      Metadata systems, architectures, and applications

¡ñ      Semantic networks and linked data

¡ñ      Data analytics

¡ñ      Text/data mining

¡ñ      Pattern recognition

 

We require an earned doctorate; a strong record of scholarly and professional achievement; and an excitement and enjoyment for teaching and working online.

 

The School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) at San Jose State University is fully accredited by the American Library Association through 2014. It has 2000 students and since Fall 2009 delivers its degrees only online.   In addition to the online Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree SLIS offers an online master¡¯s degree in Archives and Records Administration (MARA), a gateway Ph.D. program with Queensland University of Technology, and a Post Master¡¯s Certificate program. The School is part of the College of Applied Sciences and Arts at San Jose State University.

 

The School has a rich technological environment (Desire2Learn Learning Management System, Blackboard Collaborate Web conferencing, WebEx, Blackboard IM, Panopto, and Web 2.0 tools such as social networking, blogs, wikis, podcasts, and collaborative environments). 

 

Check out Innovate Magazine, SLIS's 2012 Annual Review, to see what our students and faculty are doing.

 

Send by February 1, 2013: 

 

(1) A letter of application that addresses in detail the requirements listed above and into which of the two cluster areas you feel best fitted

(2) A curriculum vitae 

(3) Three original letters of reference with contact information 

 

Application material should be sent electronically (pdf or a URL) to: 

 

Dr. Linda Main, Chair of the Search Committee at: [log in to unmask]  

Please include Job Opening ID: 22461

 

San Jose State University is home to the Silicon Valley Center for Cyber Security, is a partner in the NSF-funded national Center for Science and Technology for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST) at UC Berkeley, and hosted the national symposium on Curriculum Development in Security and Information Assurance (CDSIA) as well as the Oates Security in the Cyberage Symposium.

 

*Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States. In addition, you will be required to visit the San Jose State University campus four or five times a year at your own expense.

 

------=_NextPart_000_04DB_01CDA53F.5EF01F10-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 14:01:34 -0700 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Jennifer Clark <[log in to unmask]> Subject: UCLA Information Studies Update X-To: [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask] Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail-4--91776618" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Apple Message framework v1084) --Apple-Mail-4--91776618 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Events and news from the UCLA Department of Information Studies: Upcoming events October 9 - SGB Brown Bag Session at UCLA, GSEIS building For enrolled students More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=739 October 11 - IS Colloquium featuring Paul Dourish at UCLA Free to the public More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=716 October 11 - PhD Information Session for Prospective Students at UCLA Free to the public More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=687 October 15 - Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate: Info Session with Professor Johanna Drucker at UCLA For GSE&IS students More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=745 October 15 - History of the Book: Info Session with Professor Johanna Drucker at UCLA For GSE&IS students More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=744 October 16 - Informatics Info Session with Professor Jean-Francois Blanchette at UCLA For MLIS students More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=746 October 16 - MLIS Information Session for Prospective Students at UCLA Free to the public More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=683 Selected podcasts and recordings of past IS colloquia, lectures, and presentations are available at http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/podcasts News Alumna Accepts Library of the Future Award -- http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=710 Student and Faculty Awards Announced at Convocation -- http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=738 Professor Ellen Pearlstein receives Transdisciplinary Seed Grant -- http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=743 SAA Student Chapter Elects Officers for 2012-2013 -- http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=742 Jennifer Clark Administrative Assistant Department of Information Studies 300 Charles E. Young Drive, Rm. 254 Los Angeles, CA 90095 Phone: (310) 206-9393 Fax: (310) 206-4460 [log in to unmask] --Apple-Mail-4--91776618 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Events and news from the UCLA Department of Information Studies:
 
Upcoming events
 
October 9 - SGB Brown Bag Session
at UCLA, GSEIS building
For enrolled students
More information at:  http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=739
 
October 11 - IS Colloquium featuring Paul Dourish
at UCLA
Free to the public
More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=716
 
October 11 - PhD Information Session for Prospective Students
at UCLA
Free to the public
More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=687

October 15 - Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate: Info Session with Professor Johanna Drucker
at UCLA
For GSE&IS students
More information at: http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=745
 
October 15 - History of the Book: Info Session with Professor Johanna Drucker
at UCLA
For GSE&IS students

October 16 - Informatics Info Session with Professor Jean-Francois Blanchette
at UCLA
For MLIS students

October 16 - MLIS Information Session for Prospective Students
at UCLA
Free to the public

Selected podcasts and recordings of past IS colloquia, lectures, and presentations are available at http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/podcasts
 
 
News
 
Alumna Accepts Library of the Future Award
--  http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=710
 
Student and Faculty Awards Announced at Convocation
--  http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=738
 
Professor Ellen Pearlstein receives Transdisciplinary Seed Grant
--  http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=743

SAA Student Chapter Elects Officers for 2012-2013
-- http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/events/showEvent.htm?eid=742

Jennifer Clark
Administrative Assistant
Department of Information Studies
300 Charles E. Young Drive, Rm. 254 
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Phone: (310) 206-9393
Fax: (310) 206-4460
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--Apple-Mail-4--91776618-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 16:49:35 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Ross Harvey <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Simmons GSLIS: open-rank tenure-track faculty position Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail=_A9944BE7-30BC-4B68-866B-E680CD5EEA85" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Apple Message framework v1283) --Apple-Mail=_A9944BE7-30BC-4B68-866B-E680CD5EEA85 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Simmons GSLIS invites applicants and nominations for a full-time open-rank tenure-track position to begin July 1, 2013. We seek faculty in the area of digital stewardship, digital preservation, digital curation, or data curation. In addition to having research and teaching expertise in one or more of these areas, the faculty would lead our recently launched online advanced certificate in digital stewardship and be expected to further a developing digital stewardship curriculum at the master's level. The faculty may also teach in the core curriculum as needed. Consideration of applications will begin on October 18, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled. The position has been posted to: https://jobs.simmons.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51819. Best regards, Professor Jeannette A. Bastian Chair, Faculty Search Committee Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Simmons College [log in to unmask] --Apple-Mail=_A9944BE7-30BC-4B68-866B-E680CD5EEA85 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Simmons GSLIS invites applicants and nominations for a full-time open-rank tenure-track position to begin July 1, 2013.

We seek faculty in the area of digital stewardship, digital preservation, digital curation, or data curation. In addition to having research and teaching expertise in one or more of these areas, the faculty would lead our recently launched online advanced certificate in digital stewardship and be expected to further a developing digital stewardship curriculum at the master's level. The faculty may also teach in the core curriculum as needed.

Consideration of applications will begin on October 18, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.

The position has been posted to: https://jobs.simmons.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51819.

Best regards,

Professor Jeannette A. Bastian
Chair, Faculty Search Committee
Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Simmons College
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--Apple-Mail=_A9944BE7-30BC-4B68-866B-E680CD5EEA85-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 19:30:36 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Coursera: Think again (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Forwarded w/ a technical glitch. --gw ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 11:34:33 -0400 From: "Leibowitz, Faye R" <[log in to unmask]> To: 'Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum' <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Coursera: Think again I'm currently enrolled in the University of Toronto's "Learn to Program: The Fundamentals" Python programming course through Coursera. I expect to learn something in this course, but it won't be easy. As expected, the course material is challenging. The major drawback to the MOOC platform is that there is no way to get help from an instructor. There are thousands of students enrolled in the course. Students can post questions to class discussion lists, but there is no guarantee that all questions will be answered satisfactorily. Generally speaking, though, it is a good "no-risk" way to learn something new. Homework is assigned and graded, but no college credits are involved. And you can review the recorded lectures as many times as you need to in order to learn the concepts. Just be aware that if you have questions, you are pretty much on your own. Maybe humanities/social sciences courses are different than math/science courses. Best wishes, Faye Leibowitz University of Pittsburgh [log in to unmask] ========================================================================Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2012 08:20:14 -0500 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Dr. Teresa Welsh" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: New issue of open-source LIS e-journal, SLIS Connecting MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="bcaec5182530d7af5904cba032e5" --bcaec5182530d7af5904cba032e5 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The new fall issue of the open-source e-journal *SLIS Connecting* (Vol. 1, No. 2) is available at http://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/ The article by Scott Reinke, “Condition Survey of the Circulating Collection of Cook Library, University of Southern Mississippi,” may be of particular interest to those who have an interest in academic librarianship or collection development. -- Teresa S. Welsh, Ph.D., Associate Professor School of Library & Information Science University of Southern Mississippi 118 College Drive #5146 Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001 Co-Managing Editor, SLIS Connecting http://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/ *Information Literacy in the Digital Age: An Evidence-Based Approach *by T.S. Welsh and M.S. Wright (Chandos, 2010) http://www.neal-schuman.com/bdetail.php?isbn=9781843345152 http://www.woodheadpublishing.com/en/book.aspx?bookID=1987&ChandosTitle=1 British Summer Studies LIS Course, Summer 2013 http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/british-studies Phone: 601.296.0528 Fax: 601.266.5774 http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/faculty/dr-teresa-s-welsh http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~w146169/ --bcaec5182530d7af5904cba032e5 Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The new fall issue of the open-source e-journal SLIS Connecting (Vol. 1, No. 2) is available at http://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/


The article by Scott Reinke, “Condition Survey of the Circulating Collection of Cook Library, University of Southern Mississippi,” may be of particular interest to those who have an interest in academic librarianship or collection development.



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Teresa S. Welsh, Ph.D., Associate Professor
School of Library & Information Science
University of Southern Mississippi
118 College Drive #5146
Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001

Co-Managing Editor, SLIS Connecting
http://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/

Information Literacy in the Digital Age: An Evidence-Based Approach
by T.S. Welsh and M.S. Wright (Chandos, 2010)
http://www.neal-schuman.com/bdetail.php?isbn=9781843345152
http://www.woodheadpublishing.com/en/book.aspx?bookID=1987&ChandosTitle=1

British Summer Studies LIS Course, Summer 2013
http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/british-studies

Phone: 601.296.0528
Fax: 601.266.5774
http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/faculty/dr-teresa-s-welsh 
http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~w146169/



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After 15 October 2012, no further submissions will be accommodated. Based on early registrations, it is expected that this year’s international conference on grey literature in Rome will exceed previous conferences in the GL-Series. The theme “Tracking Innovation through Grey Literature” has likewise drawn excellent content for the plenary program sessions, http://www.textrelease.com/gl14program.html

 

Well over 50 Organizations from 20 Countries worldwide will be represented at GL14. Your presence is likewise welcome! Never before will so many knowledge sources and information

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------=_NextPart_000_0047_01CDA602.DACB62C0-- ========================================================================Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2012 16:45:25 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Tiffany Veinot <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Four Open Faculty Positions at the University of Michigan School of Information MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="14dae93409d1e354b904cba66a70" --14dae93409d1e354b904cba66a70 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The University of Michigan School of Information seeks applicants for the following four *open-rank *faculty positions: - * Interpretivism*: http://www.si.umich.edu/aboutsi/2012-faculty-opening-interpretivism - *Information Analysis and Retrieval:* http://www.si.umich.edu/aboutsi/2012-faculty-opening-information-analysis-retrieval - *Human Computer Interaction:* http://www.si.umich.edu/aboutsi/2012-faculty-opening-human-computer-interaction - *Incentive-Centered Design (Mechanism Design)*: http://www.si.umich.edu/aboutsi/2012-faculty-opening-incentive-centered-design For all UMSI positions, we favor candidates whose research interests complement our existing expertise in such areas as computer-supported cooperative work; digital archives and preservation; human-computer interaction; incentive-centered design and information economics; information seeking, sharing and use; Internet-scale data, network and text analysis; social computing and informatics. The mission of the School of Information is to create knowledge so people can use information and technology to build a better world, and to educate socially-engaged information professionals. A successful candidate will be committed to, and will directly contribute to our goal of being the best research and teaching institution for the understanding and design of information and its technologies in service of people and society. The School is home to a dynamic and vibrant research and teaching program, with 35 FTE faculty, and over 400 students. We offer a PhD, a Master of Science in Information, a Master of Health Informatics (jointly with the School of Public Health), a jointly offered undergraduate informatics major, and as of Fall 2014 we will offer our own bachelor’s of information. Founded in 1817, the University of Michigan has a long and distinguished history as one of the first public universities in the nation. It is one of only two public institutions consistently ranked among the nation's top ten universities. The University has one of the largest health care complexes in the world and one of the best library systems in the United States. With more than $1 billion in research expenditures annually, the University has the second largest research expenditure among all universities in the nation. The University has an annual general fund budget of more than $1.4 billion and an endowment valued at more than $7.57 billion. Review of all applications will begin* November 1, 2012* and continue until the positions are filled. For more information or to apply, please visit umsi.info/facultyapp. Regards, Tiffany Veinot, MLS, PhD Assistant Professor of Information and of Health Behavior and Health Education University of Michigan 4429 North Quad 105 S. State Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285 E-mail: [log in to unmask] Voice/Fax: 734-615-8281 Visit my Web site at: http://communityhealthinformatics.org/ --14dae93409d1e354b904cba66a70 Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The University of Michigan School of Information seeks applicants for the following four open-rank faculty positions:

For all UMSI positions, we favor candidates whose research interests complement our existing expertise in such areas as computer-supported cooperative work; digital archives and preservation; human-computer interaction; incentive-centered design and information economics; information seeking, sharing and use; Internet-scale data, network and text analysis; social computing and informatics.

The mission of the School of Information is to create knowledge so people can use information and technology to build a better world, and to educate socially-engaged information professionals. A successful candidate will be committed to, and will directly contribute to our goal of being the best research and teaching institution for the understanding and design of information and its technologies in service of people and society.

The School is home to a dynamic and vibrant research and teaching program, with 35 FTE faculty, and over 400 students.  We offer a PhD, a Master of Science in Information, a Master of Health Informatics (jointly with the School of Public Health), a jointly offered undergraduate informatics major, and as of Fall 2014 we will offer our own bachelor’s of information.
Founded in 1817, the University of Michigan has a long and distinguished history as one of the first public universities in the nation. It is one of only two public institutions consistently ranked among the nation's top ten universities. The University has one of the largest health care complexes in the world and one of the best library systems in the United States. With more than $1 billion in research expenditures annually, the University has the second largest research expenditure among all universities in the nation. The University has an annual general fund budget of more than $1.4 billion and an endowment valued at more than $7.57 billion.

Review of all applications will begin November 1, 2012 and continue until the positions are filled. For more information or to apply, please visit umsi.info/facultyapp.

Regards,

Tiffany Veinot, MLS, PhD
Assistant Professor of Information and of Health Behavior and Health Education
University of Michigan
4429 North Quad
105 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
E-mail: [log in to unmask]
Voice/Fax: 734-615-8281
Visit  my Web site at: http://communityhealthinformatics.org/
--14dae93409d1e354b904cba66a70-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 08:32:12 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Chirag Shah <[log in to unmask]> Subject: CFP: 3rd workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking at CSCW 2013 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail=_7CA9CB08-D79B-4E7F-8495-5CD566811F4B" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Mac OS X Mail 6.2 \(1499\)) --Apple-Mail=_7CA9CB08-D79B-4E7F-8495-5CD566811F4B Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" [Apologies if you receive this call more than once. Please feel free to forward to other interested parties.] ******************************************************************************* CFP: Third Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) At the ACM CSCW 2013 Conference February 24, 2013. San Antonio, Texas. http://collab.infoseeking.org/events/cscw2013workshop ******************************************************************************* Information seeking is often not a solitary activity. The notion that people working in collaboration on information tasks should be studied and supported has become more prevalent in the recent years. The field of collaborative information seeking (CIS) is re-emerging, and bringing researchers and practitioners from various disciplines. This workshop will provide an opportunity to gather a motivated set of participants in learning and sharing their insights around theoretical foundations of CIS as well as its applications. The interactive nature of the workshop will allow the participants share their research, ideas, questions, and opinions with a goal of outlining an agenda for future research on collaborative information seeking, synthesis, and sense-making. The workshop will provide a venue to bring together those who have been working on CIS issues and those who want to plan their research agenda in this emerging field. *Workshop Format* The workshop is organized as a highly interactive event. Participants will have an opportunity to briefly present their current research on CIS, we will have discussions and break-out sessions on the topics, and one goal will be to outline a research agenda for future CIS. This format will provide an ideal ground for seasoned researchers and practitioners as well as beginners such as graduate students. So bring your questions and curiosity! *Position Paper Format* Potential attendees are encouraged to submit a brief position paper. The paper should be *two to four pages long* in ACM format . Please email .pdf or .doc versions to Chirag Shah ([log in to unmask]) by *5:00pm PST on November 14, 2012*. Note that the organizers are currently working on organizing a special issue of a journal based on the themes of this workshop. More details are forthcoming. *Workshop Themes* * Theories and models for Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) and related areas. * Methodologies for studying various CIS issues, particularly, user behavior in CIS environments, collaborative information processes and task-related CIS * Integration of CIS models and frameworks into existing theories, models, tools or applications. * Application of CIS in different domains – requirements, issues, and benefits *Discussion Points and Questions* 1. How does collaboration fit into existing solitary information seeking activities? 2. How do we move from single-user information seeking models to those for multi-users (collaborative)? 3. The concepts of collaborative information handling and sharing are used in an unclear way. What is the distinction between them? 4. How to integrate collaborative seeking into everyday life and professional environments? 5. What are required and/or desired characteristics of a CIS system? How do these relate to specific user needs and task scenarios? 6. In what way could CIS tools and system be applied to different academic and professional setting? 7. How can theories and models from CSCW inform CIS and vice versa? *Important Dates* November 14, 2012: Position papers due December 11, 2012: Notifications February 24, 2013: Workshop *Organizers* Chirag Shah, Rutgers University Preben Hansen, Swedish Institute of Computer Science Rob Capra, UNC Chapel Hill Best, Chirag Shah, PhD Assistant Professor School of Communication & Information (SC&I) Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 4 Huntington St, New Brunswick NJ 08901 p. (732) 932-7500, ext. 8240 f. (732) 932-6916 http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/~chirags --Apple-Mail=_7CA9CB08-D79B-4E7F-8495-5CD566811F4B Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252"
[Apologies if you receive this call more than once. Please feel free to forward to other interested parties.]

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CFP: Third Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS)
At the ACM CSCW 2013 Conference
February 24, 2013. San Antonio, Texas.

http://collab.infoseeking.org/events/cscw2013workshop
*******************************************************************************
Information seeking is often not a solitary activity. The notion that people working in collaboration on information tasks should be studied and supported has become more prevalent in the recent years. The field of collaborative information seeking (CIS) is re-emerging, and bringing researchers and practitioners from various disciplines. This workshop will provide an opportunity to gather a motivated set of participants in learning and sharing their insights around theoretical foundations of CIS as well as its applications. The interactive nature of the workshop will allow the participants share their research, ideas, questions, and opinions with a goal of outlining an agenda for future research on collaborative information seeking, synthesis, and sense-making. The workshop will provide a venue to bring together those who have been working on CIS issues and those who want to plan their research agenda in this emerging field.

*Workshop Format*
The workshop is organized as a highly interactive event. Participants will have an opportunity to briefly present their current research on CIS, we will have discussions and break-out sessions on the topics, and one goal will be to outline a research agenda for future CIS. This format will provide an ideal ground for seasoned researchers and practitioners as well as beginners such as graduate students. So bring your questions and curiosity!

*Position Paper Format*
Potential attendees are encouraged to submit a brief position paper. The paper should be *two to four pages long* in ACM format <http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates>.
Please email .pdf or .doc versions to Chirag Shah ([log in to unmask]) by *5:00pm PST on November 14, 2012*. Note that the organizers are currently working on organizing a special issue of a journal based on the themes of this workshop. More details are forthcoming.

*Workshop Themes*
  * Theories and models for Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) and related areas.
  * Methodologies for studying various CIS issues, particularly, user behavior in CIS environments, collaborative information processes and task-related CIS
  * Integration of CIS models and frameworks into existing theories, models, tools or applications.
  * Application of CIS in different domains – requirements, issues, and benefits

*Discussion Points and Questions*
1. How does collaboration fit into existing solitary information seeking activities?
2. How do we move from single-user information seeking models to those for multi-users (collaborative)?
3. The concepts of collaborative information handling and sharing are used in an unclear way. What is the distinction between them?
4. How to integrate collaborative seeking into everyday life and professional environments?
5. What are required and/or desired characteristics of a CIS system?  How do these relate to specific user needs and task scenarios?
6. In what way could CIS tools and system be applied to different academic and professional setting?
7. How can theories and models from CSCW inform CIS and vice versa?

*Important Dates*
November 14, 2012: Position papers due
December 11, 2012: Notifications
February 24, 2013: Workshop

*Organizers*
Chirag Shah, Rutgers University
Preben Hansen, Swedish Institute of Computer Science
Rob Capra, UNC Chapel Hill



Best,
Chirag Shah, PhD
Assistant Professor
School of Communication & Information (SC&I)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
4 Huntington St, New Brunswick NJ 08901
p. (732) 932-7500, ext. 8240 f. (732) 932-6916




--Apple-Mail=_7CA9CB08-D79B-4E7F-8495-5CD566811F4B-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 15:54:42 -0400 Reply-To: [log in to unmask] Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Candy Schwartz <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Open-rank tenure-track position at Simmons MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="e89a8f3b9e816c1a2704cbb9d398" --e89a8f3b9e816c1a2704cbb9d398 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1" Simmons GSLIS invites applicants and nominations for a full-time open-rank tenure-track position to begin July 1, 2013. We seek faculty who conduct research and teach in the area where technology and information organization converge. Knowledge specialties may include, but are not limited to, the following: * semantic web and linked data technologies (e.g., RDF, RDFS, OWL, SKOS, microdata, other XML-based technologies) * metadata (including ontology, taxonomy, and schema development; knowledge organization systems; socially-constructed metadata) * social media technologies and management * discovery interfaces, faceted navigation tools, mobile apps, web-scale information systems The faculty may also teach in the core curriculum as needed. Consideration of applications will begin on November 15, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled. The position has been posted to: https://jobs.simmons.edu/applicants/Central?quickFindQ831. We will be at ASIS&T and ALISE (and probably lots of other places as well). Candy -------------------------------- Candy Schwartz --e89a8f3b9e816c1a2704cbb9d398 Content-Type: text/html; charset="ISO-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Simmons GSLIS invites applicants and nominations for a full-time open-rank tenure-track position to begin July 1, 2013.

We seek faculty who conduct research and teach in the area where technology and information organization converge. Knowledge specialties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

* semantic web and linked data technologies (e.g., RDF, RDFS, OWL, SKOS, microdata, other XML-based technologies)

* metadata (including ontology, taxonomy, and schema development; knowledge organization systems; socially-constructed metadata)

* social media technologies and management

* discovery interfaces, faceted navigation tools, mobile apps, web-scale information systems

The faculty may also teach in the core curriculum as needed.

Consideration of applications will begin on November 15, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.  

The position has been posted to: https://jobs.simmons.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51831.

We will be at ASIS&T and ALISE (and probably lots of other places as well).

Candy
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Candy Schwartz --e89a8f3b9e816c1a2704cbb9d398-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 19:26:55 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: UT iSchool Professor Tanya Clement Awarded NEH Grant (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Rec'd with a tech glitch. --gw ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2012 20:16:59 -0400 From: sburns <[log in to unmask]> To: [log in to unmask] Subject: UT iSchool Professor Tanya Clement Awarded NEH Grant AUSTIN, Texas ? A professor in the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin was awarded a $235,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to develop data mining tools with the potential of making hundreds of thousands of audio files more accessible to scholars and researchers. The research is, in part, a response to an August 2010 report by the Library of Congress and the Council on Library and Information Resources titled, ?The State of Recorded Sound Preservation in the United States: A National Legacy at Risk in the Digital Age? that says our culture will not preserve what it does not know how to use. According to Tanya Clement, assistant professor in the School of Information, libraries and museums across the United States have tremendous collections of audio files however they are, for the most part, inaccessible. ?Computer scientists have created tools that group music according to such things as pitch, tone and tempo in order to categorize them as jazz, pop or classical. Similar systems have been developed to do the same kind of analysis on spoken text files, one factor that makes poetry, folklore, or presidential speech recordings unsearchable and therefore, inaccessible.? The funds will be used to support a four-day institute in Spring 2013 at The University of Texas at Austin geared to humanities scholars, librarians, curators, collectors, computer scientists and archivists. The four-day workshop, called the Institute for High Performance Sound Technologies for Analysis and Scholarships (HiPSTAS), will focus on developing tools to help analyze speech, using criteria such as patterns, pitch, spectral range and speed of speech. The attendees will focus specifically on poetry, speeches and folktales. One year later, a follow-up workshop will focus on implementation of the analytical tools and advanced technology (classification, clustering and visualization) to develop a suite of digital tools for use by interested institutions. ?There are hundreds of thousands of important spoken text audio files, dating back to the nineteenth century and up to the present day that represent significant literary figures and bygone oral traditions that are virtually inaccessible in this digital age,? said Clement. ?We have very little access to these cultural artifacts.? -- Sam Burns [log in to unmask] ========================================================================Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2012 19:19:50 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Assistant Professor in the Master of Library Information Program at St. Catherine University Position Available (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="-559023410-851401618-1349997590=:6716" ---559023410-851401618-1349997590=:6716 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: QUOTED-PRINTABLE Rec'd w/ a technical glitch. --gw ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2012 15:52:52 -0400 From: Laura Morlock <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Assistant Professor in the Master of Library Information Program at St. Catherine University Position Available Hello. This position is for an Assistant Professor in the Master of Library Information Program at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, MN. For more information, please contact the MLIS Search Committee Chair Sheri Ross, at [log in to unmask] Review of applications begins October 29, 2012. The position will remain open until filled. A full description is below. *Open Faculty Position: Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) * St. Catherine University in St. Paul/Minneapolis is a comprehensive Catholic university with the nation’s largest college for women at its center. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1905, the University integrates liberal arts and professional education within the Catholic traditions of intellectual inquiry and social teaching. Committed to excellence and opportunity, St. Catherine enrolls over 5,200 students in associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral programs in traditional day, evening and weekend formats. Associate and Graduate programs enroll both women and men. The Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) Program is seeking an experienced, dynamic, visionary candidate to join our learning community at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning in January 2013. We seek applicants who have research and teaching expertise in the areas of public librarianship and related areas. Responsibilities: Teaching required and elective courses; advising and mentoring students; conducting research; actively engaging in service and scholarship. Requirements: Earned doctorate in library or information science by August 15, 2013, expertise in one or more of the following areas: public librarianship, reference services, readers’ advisory services; ability to design and deliver courses in a variety of formats, including online and hybrid modalities; strong commitment to interdisciplinary research and cultural diversity. Preferred Qualifications: Professional experience in public librarianship and related areas, including reference/user services, literacy, readers’ advisory, business resources; knowledge of library history; experience with service learning; demonstrated commitment to social justice. The MLIS program’s primary goal is to empower students to become future leaders in the complex and ever-changing information environment. The program has over 185 master’s students and over 800 alumnae. Learning takes place in modern classrooms using up-to-date technology. The MLIS degree provides diverse programs of study in librarianship, with increasing emphasis on digital and web services. The program offers a school media specialist licensure in collaboration with the Education Department. It also offers a joint post-master’s certificate in library leadership with the University’s Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) Program. It also offers information technology courses that support the MAOL master's program. St. Catherine University seeks creative, adaptable faculty who enjoy working in a university climate that promotes cultural diversity and multicultural understanding. Consistent with the university’s Catholic identity, its commitment to women, diversity and social justice, preference will be given to candidates who manifest these themes in their teaching, research and service. Application: Please go to the St. Catherine University Employment Site to apply for this position. That website link is: http://www.stkate.edu/hr . Position number is: #2012-0056-FAC. Applicants may also visit the University Human Resources office, located in Derham Hall Room 8, to submit an electronic application. Attach an application letter of interest, CV, copy of transcripts and the contact information for 3 references. Official transcripts, a background check and education verification will be required for hire. For more information, contact the MLIS Search Committee (Sheri Ross, Chair), at [log in to unmask] . Review of applications begins October 29, 2012. Position will remain open until filled. www.stkate.edu St. Catherine University 2004 Randolph Avenue St. Paul, MN 55105 EEO/AA/Drug Free Workplace Employer-Tobacco-Free Campuses Our campus is a proud member of the Upper Midwest HERC and is committed to recruiting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff . ---559023410-851401618-1349997590=:6716-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2012 02:46:52 +0300 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: First Call of Proposals QQML2013, 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, 4 - 7 June 2013, "La Sapienza" University, Rome Italy MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_71A9_01CDA75A.AB5CE6E0" ------=_NextPart_000_71A9_01CDA75A.AB5CE6E0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit We invite you to submit a paper /abstract /poster /workshop to the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013), 4 - 7 June 2013, "La Sapienza" University, Rome Italy. Abstract submission deadline: 20 December 2012. First Call of Proposals QQML2013 Dear Colleagues, It is our great pleasure to announce the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013) at 4 - 7 June 2013, "La Sapienza" University, Rome Italy: http://www.isast.org/qqml2013.html Since 2009 QQML has provided an excellent framework for the presentation of new trends and developments in every aspect of Library and Information Science, Technology, Applications and Research. The 5th QQML2013 was scheduled during the previous 4th QQML2012 Conference. It was also decided that the 6th QQML 2014 International Conference will be organized in Istanbul, Turkey. QQML2009, QQML2010, QQML2011 and QQML2012 were successful events both from the number and quality of the presentations and from the post conference publications in Journals and Books. QQML2013 will continue and expand the related topics. Papers are invited for this international conference. The conference will consider, but not be limited to, the following indicative themes: 1. Bibliographic Control 2. Bibliometric Research 3. Change of Libraries and Managerial techniques 4. Changes in Learning, Research and Information needs and Behaviour of Users 5. Climate Change Data 6. Communication Strategies 7. Data Analysis and Data Mining 8. Development and Assessment of Digital Repositories 9. Development of Information and Knowledge Services on the Public Library 10. Digital Libraries 11. Economic Co-operation and Development 12. Energy Data and Information 13. Environmental Assessment 14. Financial strength and sustainability 15. Health information services 16. Historical and Comparative case studies related to Librarianship 17. Information and Data on various aspects of Food and Agriculture 18. Information and Knowledge Services 19. Information Literacy: Information sharing, Democracy and Lifelong Learning 20. Library Cooperation: Problems and Challenges at the beginning of the 21st century 21. Library change and Technology 22. Management 23. Marketing 24. Museums, Libraries and Cultural Organizations 25. Music Librarianship 26. Performance Measurement and Competitiveness 27. Publications 28. Quality evaluation and promotion of info 29. Technology & Innovations in Libraries and their Impact on Learning, Research and Users 30. Technology transfer and Innovation in Library management Special Sessions - Workshops You may send proposals for Special Sessions (4-6 papers) or Workshops (more than 2 sessions) including the title and a brief description at: [log in to unmask] or from the electronic submission at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html You may also send Abstracts/Papers to be included in the following sessions, to new sessions or as contributed papers at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html Contributions may be realized through one of the following ways a. structured abstracts (not exceeding 500 words) and presentation; b. full papers (not exceeding 7,000 words); c. posters (not exceeding 2,500 words); d. visual presentations (Pecha kucha). These presentations consist of exactly 20 slides, each of which is displayed for 20 seconds. Total presentation time is precisely 6 minutes 40 seconds and so it is important to use the transition feature in PowerPoint to time your presentation exactly. In all the above cases at least one of the authors ought to be registered in the conference. Abstracts and full papers should be submitted electronically within the timetable provided in the web page: http://www.isast.org/importantdates.html The abstracts and full papers should be in compliance to the author guidelines: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html All abstracts will be published in the Conference Book of Abstracts and in the website of the Conference. The papers of the conference will be published in the website of the conference, after the permission of the author(s). Student submissions Professors and Supervisors are encouraged to organize conference sessions of Postgraduate theses and dissertations. Please direct any questions regarding the QQML 2013 Conference and Student Research Presentations to: the secretariat of the conference at: [log in to unmask] On behalf of the Conference Committee Dr. Anthi Katsirikou, Conference Co-Chair University of Piraeus Library Director Head, European Documentation Center Board Member of the Greek Association of Librarians and Information Professionals [log in to unmask] Professor Carla Basili, Local Co-Chair EnIL - The European network on Information Literacy, co-ordinator Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Istituto di Ricerca sull'Impresa e lo Sviluppo sede di Roma via dei Taurini, 19 - 00185 Roma, Italy If you don't like to receive messages regarding the QQML2010 Conference, please click here: Unsubscribe ------=_NextPart_000_71A9_01CDA75A.AB5CE6E0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable [log in to unmask]"> We invite you to submit a paper /abstract /poster /workshop to the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013), 4 - 7 June 2013, “La Sapienza” University, Rome Italy

We invite you to submit a paper /abstract /poster /workshop to the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013), 4 - 7 June 2013, “La Sapienza” University, Rome Italy.

Abstract submission deadline: 20 December 2012.

First Call of Proposals QQML2013

Dear Colleagues,

 It is our great pleasure to announce the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013) at 4 - 7 June 2013, “La Sapienza” University, Rome Italy: http://www.isast.org/qqml2013.html

Since 2009 QQML has provided an excellent framework for the presentation of new trends and developments in every aspect of Library and Information Science, Technology, Applications and Research.

The 5th QQML2013 was scheduled during the previous 4th QQML2012 Conference. It was also decided that the 6th QQML 2014 International Conference will be organized in Istanbul, Turkey.

QQML2009, QQML2010, QQML2011 and QQML2012 were successful events both from the number and quality of the presentations and from the post conference publications in Journals and Books.

QQML2013 will continue and expand the related topics.

Papers are invited for this international conference. The conference will consider, but not be limited to, the following indicative themes:

1. Bibliographic Control
2
. Bibliometric Research
3. Change of Libraries and Managerial techniques
4. Changes in Learning, Research and Information needs and Behaviour of Users
5. Climate Change Data
6. Communication Strategies
7. Data Analysis and Data Mining
8. Development and Assessment of Digital Repositories
9
. Development of Information and Knowledge Services on the Public Library
10
. Digital Libraries
11
. Economic Co-operation and Development
12. Energy Data and Information
13
. Environmental Assessment
14
. Financial strength and sustainability
15. Health information services
16. Historical and Comparative case studies related to Librarianship
17. Information and Data on various aspects of Food and Agriculture
18
. Information and Knowledge Services
19. Information Literacy: Information sharing, Democracy and Lifelong Learning
20. Library Cooperation: Problems and Challenges at the beginning of the 21st century
21. Library change and Technology
22
. Management
23. Marketing
24. Museums, Libraries and Cultural Organizations
25. Music Librarianship
26
. Performance Measurement and Competitiveness
27
. Publications
28. Quality evaluation and promotion of info
29
. Technology & Innovations in Libraries and their Impact on Learning, Research and Users
30. Technology transfer and Innovation in Library management

 

Special Sessions – Workshops

You may send proposals for Special Sessions (4-6 papers) or Workshops (more than 2 sessions) including the title and a brief description at:  [log in to unmask] or from the electronic submission at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html   

You may also send Abstracts/Papers to be included in the following sessions, to new sessions or as contributed papers at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html   

Contributions may be realized through one of the following ways

a. structured abstracts (not exceeding 500 words) and presentation;

b. full papers (not exceeding 7,000 words);

c. posters (not exceeding 2,500 words);

d. visual presentations (Pecha kucha). These presentations consist of exactly 20 slides, each of which is displayed for 20 seconds.  Total presentation time is precisely 6 minutes 40 seconds and so it is important to use the transition feature in PowerPoint to time your presentation exactly.

 

In all the above cases at least one of the authors ought to be registered in the conference. Abstracts and full papers should be submitted electronically within the timetable provided in the web page: http://www.isast.org/importantdates.html  
The abstracts and full papers should be in compliance to the author guidelines: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html

All abstracts will be published in the Conference Book of Abstracts and in the website of the Conference. The papers of the conference will be published in the website of the conference, after the permission of the author(s).

Student submissions

Professors and Supervisors are encouraged to organize conference sessions of Postgraduate theses and dissertations.

Please direct any questions regarding the QQML 2013 Conference and Student Research Presentations to: the secretariat of the conference at: [log in to unmask]  

On behalf of the Conference Committee

Dr. Anthi Katsirikou, Conference Co-Chair
University of Piraeus Library Director
Head, European Documentation Center
Board Member of the Greek Association of Librarians and Information Professionals

[log in to unmask]

Professor Carla Basili, Local Co-Chair
EnIL - The European network on Information Literacy, co-ordinator
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Istituto di Ricerca sull'Impresa e lo Sviluppo sede di Roma
via dei Taurini, 19 - 00185 Roma, Italy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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------=_NextPart_000_71A9_01CDA75A.AB5CE6E0-- ========================================================================Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2012 20:25:35 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Mary E. Carroll-Mason" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Learn About the Master of Information Management Degree from Maryland's iSchool on October 17 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB013E73OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB013E73OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Learn About the Master of Information Management Degree from Maryland's iSchool on October 17 Come to a virtual information session for the Master of Information Management (MIM) degree program from the University of Maryland's College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool, on Wednesday, October 17, 2012, from 6-7 pm. The MIM degree brings together technology, design, and management to advance your career as a high-impact information professional. Pre-registration is not required, but is encouraged. Please register online: ter.ps/1gn The virtual information session will be conducted through Adobe Connect, using the following URL: http://umdischool.adobeconnect.com/mim_info_1/ Drawing from management, computer science, information systems, and information science, the MIM program provides students with the skills and knowledge to successfully meet users' information needs, lead efforts to develop organization information management capabilities, develop and deploy emerging technologies, and manage high-value information resources. MIM students have the opportunity to apply classroom instruction to real-life technological problems through internship and project experiences. The program is available in two locations as well as online. To learn more about the MIM program at Maryland's iSchool, visit: ter.ps/mim. If you have never used Adobe Connect before, please make sure to run the system test to ensure compatibility at: https://umdischool.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm Tutorials are available at: https://na7cps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/startmain.htm Mary Carroll-Mason Communications Coordinator College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool University of Maryland 4105J Hornbake Building College Park, MD 20742 [log in to unmask] (301) 405-1260 ischool.umd.edu Twitter: @I_UMD --_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB013E73OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Learn About the Master of Information Management Degree from Maryland's iSchool on October 17

Come to a virtual information session for the Master of Information Management (MIM) degree program from the University of Maryland's College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool, on Wednesday, October 17, 2012, from 6-7 pm. The MIM degree brings together technology, design, and management to advance your career as a high-impact information professional.

Pre-registration is not required, but is encouraged. Please register online: ter.ps/1gn

The virtual information session will be conducted through Adobe Connect, using the following URL:  http://umdischool.adobeconnect.com/mim_info_1/

Drawing from management, computer science, information systems, and information science, the MIM program provides students with the skills and knowledge to successfully meet users' information needs, lead efforts to develop organization information management capabilities, develop and deploy emerging technologies, and manage high-value information resources. MIM students have the opportunity to apply classroom instruction to real-life technological problems through internship and project experiences. The program is available in two locations as well as online. To learn more about the MIM program at Maryland's iSchool, visit: ter.ps/mim.

If you have never used Adobe Connect before, please make sure to run the system test to ensure compatibility at: https://umdischool.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

Tutorials are available at: https://na7cps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/startmain.htm

 

 

Mary Carroll-Mason

Communications Coordinator

College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool

University of Maryland

4105J Hornbake Building

College Park, MD 20742

[log in to unmask]

(301) 405-1260

ischool.umd.edu

Twitter: @I_UMD

 

--_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB013E73OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 14:35:42 +0300 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: =?iso-8859-7?B?we3o3iDK4fTz6fHf6u/1?= <[log in to unmask]> Subject: First Call of Proposals QQML2013, 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, 4 - 7 June 2013, "La Sapienza" University, Rome Italy MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_01F8_01CDA886.DED61AF0" ------=_NextPart_000_01F8_01CDA886.DED61AF0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-7" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit We invite you to submit a paper /abstract /poster /workshop to the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013), 4 - 7 June 2013, "La Sapienza" University, Rome Italy. Abstract submission deadline: 20 December 2012. First Call of Proposals QQML2013 Dear Colleagues, It is our great pleasure to announce the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013) at 4 - 7 June 2013, "La Sapienza" University, Rome Italy: http://www.isast.org/qqml2013.html Since 2009 QQML has provided an excellent framework for the presentation of new trends and developments in every aspect of Library and Information Science, Technology, Applications and Research. The 5th QQML2013 was scheduled during the previous 4th QQML2012 Conference. It was also decided that the 6th QQML 2014 International Conference will be organized in Istanbul, Turkey. QQML2009, QQML2010, QQML2011 and QQML2012 were successful events both from the number and quality of the presentations and from the post conference publications in Journals and Books. QQML2013 will continue and expand the related topics. Papers are invited for this international conference. The conference will consider, but not be limited to, the following indicative themes: 1. Bibliographic Control 2. Bibliometric Research 3. Change of Libraries and Managerial techniques 4. Changes in Learning, Research and Information needs and Behaviour of Users 5. Climate Change Data 6. Communication Strategies 7. Data Analysis and Data Mining 8. Development and Assessment of Digital Repositories 9. Development of Information and Knowledge Services on the Public Library 10. Digital Libraries 11. Economic Co-operation and Development 12. Energy Data and Information 13. Environmental Assessment 14. Financial strength and sustainability 15. Health information services 16. Historical and Comparative case studies related to Librarianship 17. Information and Data on various aspects of Food and Agriculture 18. Information and Knowledge Services 19. Information Literacy: Information sharing, Democracy and Lifelong Learning 20. Library Cooperation: Problems and Challenges at the beginning of the 21st century 21. Library change and Technology 22. Management 23. Marketing 24. Museums, Libraries and Cultural Organizations 25. Music Librarianship 26. Performance Measurement and Competitiveness 27. Publications 28. Quality evaluation and promotion of info 29. Technology & Innovations in Libraries and their Impact on Learning, Research and Users 30. Technology transfer and Innovation in Library management Special Sessions - Workshops You may send proposals for Special Sessions (4-6 papers) or Workshops (more than 2 sessions) including the title and a brief description at: [log in to unmask] or from the electronic submission at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html You may also send Abstracts/Papers to be included in the following sessions, to new sessions or as contributed papers at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html Contributions may be realized through one of the following ways a. structured abstracts (not exceeding 500 words) and presentation; b. full papers (not exceeding 7,000 words); c. posters (not exceeding 2,500 words); d. visual presentations (Pecha kucha). These presentations consist of exactly 20 slides, each of which is displayed for 20 seconds. Total presentation time is precisely 6 minutes 40 seconds and so it is important to use the transition feature in PowerPoint to time your presentation exactly. In all the above cases at least one of the authors ought to be registered in the conference. Abstracts and full papers should be submitted electronically within the timetable provided in the web page: http://www.isast.org/importantdates.html The abstracts and full papers should be in compliance to the author guidelines: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html All abstracts will be published in the Conference Book of Abstracts and in the website of the Conference. The papers of the conference will be published in the website of the conference, after the permission of the author(s). Student submissions Professors and Supervisors are encouraged to organize conference sessions of Postgraduate theses and dissertations. Please direct any questions regarding the QQML 2013 Conference and Student Research Presentations to: the secretariat of the conference at: [log in to unmask] On behalf of the Conference Committee Dr. Anthi Katsirikou, Conference Co-Chair University of Piraeus Library Director Head, European Documentation Center Board Member of the Greek Association of Librarians and Information Professionals [log in to unmask] Professor Carla Basili, Local Co-Chair EnIL - The European network on Information Literacy, co-ordinator Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Istituto di Ricerca sull'Impresa e lo Sviluppo sede di Roma via dei Taurini, 19 - 00185 Roma, Italy If you don't like to receive messages regarding the QQML2013 Conference, please click here: Unsubscribe ------=_NextPart_000_01F8_01CDA886.DED61AF0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-7" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
We invite you to submit a paper /abstract /poster /workshop to the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013), 4 - 7 June 2013, “La Sapienza” University, Rome Italy.

Abstract submission deadline: 20 December 2012.

First Call of Proposals QQML2013

Dear Colleagues,

 It is our great pleasure to announce the 5th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013) at 4 - 7 June 2013, “La Sapienza” University, Rome Italy: http://www.isast.org/qqml2013.html

Since 2009 QQML has provided an excellent framework for the presentation of new trends and developments in every aspect of Library and Information Science, Technology, Applications and Research.

The 5th QQML2013 was scheduled during the previous 4th QQML2012 Conference. It was also decided that the 6th QQML 2014 International Conference will be organized in Istanbul, Turkey.

QQML2009, QQML2010, QQML2011 and QQML2012 were successful events both from the number and quality of the presentations and from the post conference publications in Journals and Books.

QQML2013 will continue and expand the related topics.

Papers are invited for this international conference. The conference will consider, but not be limited to, the following indicative themes:

1. Bibliographic Control
2. Bibliometric Research
3. Change of Libraries and Managerial techniques
4. Changes in Learning, Research and Information needs and Behaviour of Users
5. Climate Change Data
6. Communication Strategies
7. Data Analysis and Data Mining
8. Development and Assessment of Digital Repositories
9. Development of Information and Knowledge Services on the Public Library
10. Digital Libraries
11. Economic Co-operation and Development
12. Energy Data and Information
13. Environmental Assessment
14. Financial strength and sustainability
15. Health information services
16. Historical and Comparative case studies related to Librarianship
17. Information and Data on various aspects of Food and Agriculture
18. Information and Knowledge Services
19. Information Literacy: Information sharing, Democracy and Lifelong Learning
20. Library Cooperation: Problems and Challenges at the beginning of the 21st century
21. Library change and Technology
22. Management
23. Marketing
24. Museums, Libraries and Cultural Organizations
25. Music Librarianship
26. Performance Measurement and Competitiveness
27. Publications
28. Quality evaluation and promotion of info
29. Technology & Innovations in Libraries and their Impact on Learning, Research and Users
30. Technology transfer and Innovation in Library management

 

Special Sessions – Workshops

You may send proposals for Special Sessions (4-6 papers) or Workshops (more than 2 sessions) including the title and a brief description at:  [log in to unmask] or from the electronic submission at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html   

You may also send Abstracts/Papers to be included in the following sessions, to new sessions or as contributed papers at the web page: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html   

Contributions may be realized through one of the following ways

a. structured abstracts (not exceeding 500 words) and presentation;

b. full papers (not exceeding 7,000 words);

c. posters (not exceeding 2,500 words);

d. visual presentations (Pecha kucha). These presentations consist of exactly 20 slides, each of which is displayed for 20 seconds.  Total presentation time is precisely 6 minutes 40 seconds and so it is important to use the transition feature in PowerPoint to time your presentation exactly.

 

In all the above cases at least one of the authors ought to be registered in the conference. Abstracts and full papers should be submitted electronically within the timetable provided in the web page: http://www.isast.org/importantdates.html  
The abstracts and full papers should be in compliance to the author guidelines: http://www.isast.org/abstractregistration.html

All abstracts will be published in the Conference Book of Abstracts and in the website of the Conference. The papers of the conference will be published in the website of the conference, after the permission of the author(s).

Student submissions

Professors and Supervisors are encouraged to organize conference sessions of Postgraduate theses and dissertations.

Please direct any questions regarding the QQML 2013 Conference and Student Research Presentations to: the secretariat of the conference at: [log in to unmask]  

On behalf of the Conference Committee

Dr. Anthi Katsirikou, Conference Co-Chair
University of Piraeus Library Director
Head, European Documentation Center
Board Member of the Greek Association of Librarians and Information Professionals

[log in to unmask]

Professor Carla Basili, Local Co-Chair
EnIL - The European network on Information Literacy, co-ordinator
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Istituto di Ricerca sull'Impresa e lo Sviluppo sede di Roma
via dei Taurini, 19 - 00185 Roma, Italy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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------=_NextPart_000_01F8_01CDA886.DED61AF0-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 10:56:23 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Jennifer Doyle <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Simmons GSLIS InfoLink (October 2012) Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail-45-231912363" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Apple Message framework v1084) --Apple-Mail-45-231912363 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" Happy October! In the midst of a busy semester, we offer you a brief respite. What could be a better break from studying than considering the art of the book? This month, GSLIS student Hannah Gomez interviewed best-selling author Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler’s Wife) and artist Jody Alexander ’92LS about their experiences with books as inspiration and material for visual art. Visit the InfoLink webpage to download the full issue: http://www.simmons.edu/gslis/news/publications/infolink/index.php Also in this issue: * Meet Adjunct Professor Ben Florin ’08LS, programmer and world traveler. * GSLIS alum Cheryl Kohen ’06LS gives some insight about what to expect your first week at a new job. * Meet the New Ph.D. Cohort, representing a diverse array of backgrounds and expertise. * In our new Faculty Research column, learn about Assistant Professor Kathy Wisser’s work with archives and 19th-century social libraries. * Read about upcoming events and learn about what faculty, staff, and students have been up to. For upcoming events, visit: http://www.simmons.edu/gslis/news/calendar/index.php. If you have any questions or comments (including a request to be added to or removed from the distribution list) please do not hesitate to be in touch with us at [log in to unmask] My best, Jennifer Doyle Director of Curriculum and Communications Simmons GSLIS For more GSLIS News click here: http://www.simmons.edu/gslis/news/news/index.php ================================= Jennifer Doyle '98LS Director of GSLIS Curriculum and Communications Simmons College 300 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 www.simmons.edu/gslis Phone: 617-521-2738 [log in to unmask] ================================= --Apple-Mail-45-231912363 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252"
Happy October!

In the midst of a busy semester, we offer you a brief respite. What could be a better break from studying than considering the art of the book? This month, GSLIS student Hannah Gomez interviewed best-selling author Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler’s Wife) and artist Jody Alexander ’92LS about their experiences with books as inspiration and material for visual art. Visit the InfoLink webpage to download the full issue:  http://www.simmons.edu/gslis/news/publications/infolink/index.php
 
Also in this issue:

* Meet Adjunct Professor Ben Florin ’08LS, programmer and world traveler.
 
* GSLIS alum Cheryl Kohen ’06LS gives some insight about what to expect your first week at a new job.
 
* Meet the New Ph.D. Cohort, representing a diverse array of backgrounds and expertise.
 
* In our new Faculty Research column, learn about Assistant Professor Kathy Wisser’s work with archives and 19th-century social libraries.

* Read about upcoming events and learn about what faculty, staff, and students have been up to.
 
 
If you have any questions or comments (including a request to be added to or removed from the distribution list) please do not hesitate to be in touch with us at [log in to unmask].
 
My best, 
Jennifer Doyle
 
Director of Curriculum and Communications
Simmons GSLIS
 
For more GSLIS News click here: http://www.simmons.edu/gslis/news/news/index.php



=================================
Jennifer Doyle '98LS
Director of GSLIS Curriculum and Communications
Simmons College
300 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
www.simmons.edu/gslis

Phone: 617-521-2738
[log in to unmask]
=================================



--Apple-Mail-45-231912363-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 15:32:09 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Silvey, Donna Annette" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: UT Announces New La SCALA Website! In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B8443kmbx1utktenness_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B8443kmbx1utktenness_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The University of Tennessee's School of Information Sciences (SIS) announces the launch of a new website for the La SCALA program. The website offers detailed information about the program and how students can apply for the funding. "The new website, http://lascala.sis.utk.edu, is an important next step for the program. This tool will assist in the very important task of providing information to prospective doctoral students," said Dr. Ed Cortez, Professor and Director of SIS. La SCALA is an acronym for Latino Scholars Cambio Leadership Academy. The grant is a collaborative program between the University of Tennessee and the University of Arizona. The grant is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). To learn more about the program visit http://lascala.sis.utk.edu. Donna A. Silvey Communications Specialist The University of Tennessee College of Communication & Information School of Information Sciences 451 Communications Bldg. 1345 Circle Park Drive Knoxville, TN 37996-0341 (865)974-6727 Email: [log in to unmask] --_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B8443kmbx1utktenness_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The University of Tennessee’s School of Information Sciences (SIS) announces the launch of a new website for the La SCALA program.  The website offers detailed information about the program and how students can apply for the funding.

 

“The new website, http://lascala.sis.utk.edu, is an important next step for the program.  This tool will assist in the very important task of providing information to prospective doctoral students,” said Dr. Ed Cortez, Professor and Director of SIS. 

 

La SCALA is an acronym for Latino Scholars Cambio Leadership Academy.  The grant is a collaborative program between the University of Tennessee and the University of Arizona.  The grant is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). 

 

To learn more about the program visit http://lascala.sis.utk.edu.

 

 

Donna A. Silvey

Communications Specialist

The University of Tennessee

College of Communication & Information

School of Information Sciences

451 Communications Bldg.

1345 Circle Park Drive

Knoxville, TN  37996-0341

(865)974-6727

Email: [log in to unmask]

 

--_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6B8443kmbx1utktenness_-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 22:51:18 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Mary E. Carroll-Mason" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Join Maryland's iSchool for an MLS Program Information Session on Oct. 18 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB014308OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB014308OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Join Maryland's iSchool for an MLS Program Information Session on Oct. 18 Interested in the Master of Library Science (MLS) program at the University of Maryland's College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool? Join us for an information session on Thursday, October 18 from 6-7 pm. The session will take place in 2116 Hornbake Building, South Wing on the University of Maryland's campus in College Park, Maryland. Light refreshments will be served. Free parking will be available in the Regents' Drive Parking Garage, conveniently located near the Hornbake Building. A campus map is available online: http://ter.ps/1gy Register online for this event: http://ter.ps/1gn Questions about this event? Contact MLS Program Coordinator Lindsay Sarin at [log in to unmask]. Can't make the Oct. 18 event, or interested in one of our other programs? Please visit http://ter.ps/1cy to review our entire Fall 2012 recruitment calendar. Mary Carroll-Mason Communications Coordinator College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool University of Maryland 4105J Hornbake Building College Park, MD 20742 [log in to unmask] (301) 405-1260 ischool.umd.edu Twitter: @I_UMD --_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB014308OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Join Maryland's iSchool for an MLS Program Information Session on Oct. 18

 

Interested in the Master of Library Science (MLS) program at the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies, Maryland’s iSchool? Join us for an information session on Thursday, October 18 from 6-7 pm. The session will take place in 2116 Hornbake Building, South Wing on the University of Maryland’s campus in College Park, Maryland.

 

Light refreshments will be served. Free parking will be available in the Regents’ Drive Parking Garage, conveniently located near the Hornbake Building. A campus map is available online: http://ter.ps/1gy

 

Register online for this event: http://ter.ps/1gn

 

Questions about this event? Contact MLS Program Coordinator Lindsay Sarin at [log in to unmask].  

 

Can’t make the Oct. 18 event, or interested in one of our other programs? Please visit http://ter.ps/1cy to review our entire Fall 2012 recruitment calendar.

 

 

 

Mary Carroll-Mason

Communications Coordinator

College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool

University of Maryland

4105J Hornbake Building

College Park, MD 20742

[log in to unmask]

(301) 405-1260

ischool.umd.edu

Twitter: @I_UMD

 

--_000_A81045980FCFE544832266F5C4459AAB014308OITMX1003ADUMDEDU_-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 21:23:16 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Mallette, Michelle" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: News from The University of British Columbia iSchool Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CEB36SITSVMBX01Peadu_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CEB36SITSVMBX01Peadu_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable UBC Welcomes Melanie Feinberg on Personal Digital Collections The School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, the iSchool at University of British Columbia, is pleased to welcome Dr. Melanie Feinberg of the University of Texas at Austin as the next speaker in our 2012-13 Colloquium Series. She is speaking Wednesday, October 17, from 12 noon to 1 p.m., on the topic of "Personal Digital Collections as Creative Expression." Dr. Feinberg will describe her continuing project to examine how personal digital collections, such as Pinterest boards, Amazon wishlists, and GoodReads shelves, work as manifestations of creative curatorship, and how best to support the design of such expressive personal collections. Initial work took a humanities-oriented approach to propose a set of expressive characteristics--an eclectic purpose, a unique authorial voice, and emotional intimacy--that enable personal digital collections to achieve what Umberto Eco describes as "the poetry of lists." A subsequent user study suggested that the design space of personal digital collections includes multiple document genres that make use of the same form: collections that serve as personal information management tools, for example, coexist in the same systems with collections oriented toward public expression in the same environment. A second user study illuminated the notion of framing devices in facilitating a design reorientation to the genre of public expression, as opposed to personal information management. These findings contribute to our understanding of personal digital collections as expressive media and to the design of authoring environments for expression-oriented collections. Melanie Feinberg is an assistant professor at the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research considers collections as a form of creative expression, and the means by which collections apply an interpretive frame to the resources that they gather, enacting a particular viewpoint onto their contents. She received her PhD from the University of Washington, a MIMS from the University of California at Berkeley, and a BA from Stanford University. The talk will be given in the Dodson Room, in the Chapman Learning Commons of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at UBC. Virtual Information Session for PhD at UBC We are hosting a Virtual Information Session for the Doctor of Philosophy program in library, archival and information studies at The University of British Columbia next Friday, October 19. This will be held from 1-2:15 p.m. PT using a browser-based software (link below). We are welcoming interest from those interested in doing doctoral research in one of our core areas of inquiry: Digital Information Systems and Interaction; Management and Preservation of Digital Records; and Creation and Use of Cultural Materials. The session will include information on the program of study, application procedures and funding, and an opportunity to discuss questions with faculty. To participate, visit http://ubc.wimba.com/main/classroom.html?channel=iSchoolOpenHouse. For those using Wimba for the first time, or for those using a Mac, ensure software compatibility by using the wizard at http://ubc.wimba.com/wizard/launcher.cgi?wc=wms. For those who cannot attend, the session will be captured as a video and the link will be posted at http://www.slais.ubc.ca/admissions/openhouse.htm. Please share this with your master's students and communities as appropriate. Best regards, Michelle -- Michelle Mallette MLIS Student Services Coordinator | School of Library, Archival & Information Studies The iSchool at The University of British Columbia | Irving K. Barber Learning Centre 470 - 1961 East Mall, Vancouver BC Canada V6T 1Z1 e: [log in to unmask] | t: 604.822.2461 (direct) | skype: mmallette.ubc www.slais.ubc.ca | www.facebook.com/UBC.iSchool | @ubcischool Applying to SLAIS? Join our virtual admissions open house. --_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CEB36SITSVMBX01Peadu_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

UBC Welcomes Melanie Feinberg on Personal Digital Collections

 

The School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, the iSchool at University of British Columbia, is pleased to welcome Dr. Melanie Feinberg of the University of Texas at Austin as the next speaker in our 2012-13 Colloquium Series. She is speaking Wednesday, October 17, from 12 noon to 1 p.m., on the topic of "Personal Digital Collections as Creative Expression.”

Dr. Feinberg will describe her continuing project to examine how personal digital collections, such as Pinterest boards, Amazon wishlists, and GoodReads shelves, work as manifestations of creative curatorship, and how best to support the design of such expressive personal collections. Initial work took a humanities-oriented approach to propose a set of expressive characteristics--an eclectic purpose, a unique authorial voice, and emotional intimacy--that enable personal digital collections to achieve what Umberto Eco describes as "the poetry of lists." A subsequent user study suggested that the design space of personal digital collections includes multiple document genres that make use of the same form: collections that serve as personal information management tools, for example, coexist in the same systems with collections oriented toward public expression in the same environment. A second user study illuminated the notion of framing devices in facilitating a design reorientation to the genre of public expression, as opposed to personal information management. These findings contribute to our understanding of personal digital collections as expressive media and to the design of authoring environments for expression-oriented collections.

Melanie Feinberg is an assistant professor at the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research considers collections as a form of creative expression, and the means by which collections apply an interpretive frame to the resources that they gather, enacting a particular viewpoint onto their contents. She received her PhD from the University of Washington, a MIMS from the University of California at Berkeley, and a BA from Stanford University.

The talk will be given in the Dodson Room, in the Chapman Learning Commons of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at UBC.

 

Virtual Information Session for PhD at UBC

We are hosting a Virtual Information Session for the Doctor of Philosophy program in library, archival and information studies at The University of British Columbia next Friday, October 19. This will be held from 1-2:15 p.m. PT using a browser-based software (link below). We are welcoming interest from those interested in doing doctoral research in one of our core areas of inquiry: Digital Information Systems and Interaction; Management and Preservation of Digital Records; and Creation and Use of Cultural Materials. The session will include information on the program of study, application procedures and funding, and an opportunity to discuss questions with faculty.

To participate, visit http://ubc.wimba.com/main/classroom.html?channel=iSchoolOpenHouse. For those using Wimba for the first time, or for those using a Mac, ensure software compatibility by using the wizard at http://ubc.wimba.com/wizard/launcher.cgi?wc=wms.

For those who cannot attend, the session will be captured as a video and the link will be posted at http://www.slais.ubc.ca/admissions/openhouse.htm.

Please share this with your master’s students and communities as appropriate.

 

Best regards,

Michelle

 

 

--

Michelle Mallette MLIS

Student Services Coordinator | School of Library, Archival & Information Studies

The iSchool at The University of British Columbia | Irving K. Barber Learning Centre

470 – 1961 East Mall, Vancouver BC Canada V6T 1Z1

e: [log in to unmask]  | t: 604.822.2461 (direct) | skype: mmallette.ubc

www.slais.ubc.ca  | www.facebook.com/UBC.iSchool | @ubcischool

Applying to SLAIS? Join our virtual admissions open house.

 

 

 

--_000_6096D52ADC095045B74A779B38EB59C0D92CEB36SITSVMBX01Peadu_-- ========================================================================Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 20:08:25 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: tech glitch jESSE msgs MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Greetings, I started this msg to an individual subscriber but thought that more might be interested. It is technical. If technical stuff is not your interest skip to the last few paras for advice. The usual reason for labeling a msg "rec'd with a technical glitch" is that the person REPLYing has put the jESSE address as a "cc" or "bcc", and has put the original SENDer (the person who first posted the msg) in the "TO" statement. Given the variable practices of today's e-mail clients and how they process listserv (and other discussion list msgs) this is not uncommon. That is, the placement of what goes in the "TO" statement is in part your choice, and in part the determination of your e-mail client. The listserv software enables me to approve a msg for jESSE with a simple OK command as a reply to the listserv software, AS LONG AS the jESSE listserv address appears in the TO statement, and not any other one. Some lists are configured to send a reply to a listserv post to the individual, first poster (for example a disability list that I belong to, which is incessantly rained with msgs like "please post to the list". jESSE is configured to send replies to a jESSE post to the list itself (hence the lack of rain). It appears that some e-mail clients also have such configurations, in that sensing a listserv or other discussion post, they are configured to send a reply to such a msg to the original poster, with the jESSE list as a "cc" or "bcc". I recall some early e-mail clients who had only two REPLY functions: REPLY and REPLY ALL, and who knows what they put into these two fields when the msg was from a listserv (mailbase, listproc, etc) or whatever software the discussion list was based on. Once or twice a week I get msgs directed to jESSE which don't appear to have the jESSE list address in the TO statement. I can't use the automated OK mechanism which directly forwards the REPLY to the jESSE list. In this case, I have two choices: (1) work with the person trying to REPLY to a jESSE msg to figure out what went wrong, and this person may not be really comfortable with listserv software, STMP protocols, other standards for e-mail, or e-mail clients, or (2) copy the REPLY person's msg into a new msg that I know will get to the listserv software and get out to jESSE readers right away. In that case, I include the REPLY person's header information and the complete posting. I label these as "received with a technical glitch" because I have no idea exactly what went wrong. But the msg goes out quickly and without a fuss. And it gets posted to the jESSE archive so that you can see if your msg was distributed to the jESSE list. The difference between these two processes is this: If I can use the OK mechanism, the msg is sent out clearly as sent in and without any editing on my part. I clearly have not touched it. If I have to copy the msg to a new msg and send it as one "received with a technical glitch" one could fuss that I edited the msg. But I didn't and don't. The point here is this: If you read a msg from jESSE that says "received with a technical glitch" DO NOT assume that the person who is REPLYing has a problem or is anything else negative. There are WAY TOO MANY variables in listserv or discussion list software to sort this out. And there is NO WAY IN H*** that I am going to insist that everyone use the same e-mail client to comunicate with a community. People who do (and we know who they are) are just (&^%$$#@). DO assume that the msg so labeled is an honest copy of the original, and that the original REPLYer (or sometimes SENDer) just unavoidably ran afoul of the still-lacking standards for e-mail communication and clients. I hope that this clarifies issues for everyone. Send away. Neither rain, nor sleet, nor lack of standards, nor poorly designed e-mail clients, will prevent the mail from getting through. At least as far as I can help it. :-) --gw <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Gretchen Whitney, PhD, Retired School of Information Sciences University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN 37996 USA [log in to unmask] http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/ jESSE:http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/jesse.html SIGMETRICS:http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/sigmetrics.html <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 11:23:30 -0400 From: "listserv.utk.edu LISTSERV Server (15.5)" <[log in to unmask]> To: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: JESSE: approval required (8C720435) This message was originally submitted by [log in to unmask] to the JESSE list at LISTSERV.UTK.EDU. You can approve it using the "OK" mechanism (click on the link below), ignore it, or repost an edited copy. The message will expire automatically. You do not need to do anything if you just want to discard it. Please refer to the List Owner's Manual at http://www.lsoft.com/resources/manuals.asp if you are not familiar with the "OK" mechanism. These instructions are being kept purposefully short for your convenience in processing large numbers of messages. To APPROVE the message: http://listserv.utk.edu/cgi-bin/wa?OKŒ720435&L=JESSE ========================================================================Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 08:22:24 -0700 Reply-To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? (fwd) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-1312421089-1588521942-1350055344=:60565" ---1312421089-1588521942-1350055344=:60565 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Gretchen May I try this again and feel free to edit. The question I tried to ask is whether any online,open access social science journals exist which do not publish as issues volumes but instead when material submitted to the journal is "good enough". Jim ________________________________ From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> To: [log in to unmask] Sent: Saturday, October 6, 2012 8:22 PM Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? (fwd) Rec'd w/ technical glitch.  --gw Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 16:40:04 -0700 From: Walt Crawford <[log in to unmask]> To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> Cc: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? If the question is "are there open access social science journals," the answer is decidedly Yes, and the place to start exploring is the Directory of Open Access Journals, http://www.doaj.org/ (There are over 300 in the social sciences and hundreds in subsets, including 133 in LIS.) If the question is "is there a high-profile very successful all-discipline OA journal for social sciences?"--not that I know of. -walt crawford- On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 6:03 AM, J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > A graduate student asked me whether "There are any social science journals > like PLoS?"  I don't know: Can someone help out here? > > Much thanks, > > JM Nyce ---1312421089-1588521942-1350055344=:60565 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Gretchen

May I try this again and feel free to edit.

The question I tried to ask is whether any online,open access social science journals exist which do not publish as issues volumes but
instead when material submitted to the journal is "good enough".

Jim

From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Saturday, October 6, 2012 8:22 PM
Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS? (fwd)

Rec'd w/ technical glitch.  --gw

Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 16:40:04 -0700
From: Walt Crawford <[log in to unmask]>
To: J Nyce <[log in to unmask]>
Cc: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Are there any social science journals like PLoS?

If the question is "are there open access social science journals,"
the answer is decidedly Yes, and the place to start exploring is the
Directory of Open Access Journals, http://www.doaj.org/

(There are over 300 in the social sciences and hundreds in subsets,
including 133 in LIS.)

If the question is "is there a high-profile very successful
all-discipline OA journal for social sciences?"--not that I know of.

-walt crawford-

On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 6:03 AM, J Nyce <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A graduate student asked me whether "There are any social science journals
> like PLoS?"  I don't know: Can someone help out here?
>
> Much thanks,
>
> JM Nyce



---1312421089-1588521942-1350055344=:60565-- ========================================================================Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2012 19:26:31 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Assistant/Associate Professor Position -- The University of Alabama (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="-559023410-1804928587-1350170791=:22699" ---559023410-1804928587-1350170791=:22699 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: QUOTED-PRINTABLE Rec'd w/ a technical glitch. --gw <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Gretchen Whitney, PhD, Retired School of Information Sciences University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN 37996 USA [log in to unmask] http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/ jESSE:http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/jesse.html SIGMETRICS:http://web.utk.edu/~gwhitney/sigmetrics.html <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2012 13:04:54 -0400 From: "Wallace, Danny" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Assistant/Associate Professor Position -- The University of Alabama THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SCHOOL OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION STUDIES Assistant/Associate Professor Position for August 2013 The University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies seeks a visionary faculty member for a full-time, tenure-track position to begin August 16, 2013 at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. The successful candidate will have opportunity to shape the character and direction of the School as it continues to integrate the traditions of librarianship, archives, and related areas with new technologies. This faculty member is expected to maintain an active role in advising masterÿÿs and doctoral students and to contribute to professional organizations at the state, national, and international levels. The teaching load is two graduate courses per semester with the option to teach during the summer. All faculty members are expected to work with diverse constituencies, teach in the core curriculum, maintain a rigorous research agenda, engage in interdisciplinary scholarship, and obtain external funding. The school has successful on-campus and onlinedegree programs. Qualifications: · Earned doctorate in library and information studies or a cognate area prior to the appointment date. · Documented evidence of ability to establish and maintain a sustained and rigorous research agenda. · Demonstrated teaching ability, including ability to teach in the required core curriculum. · Demonstrated commitment to professional service. Applicants with expertise in one or more of the following areas are of particular interest: · Digital content management · Geographic information systems · Human aspects of information technology · Information seeking behaviors · Knowledge organization · Preservation/conservation/digital preservation · User instruction The School of Library and Information Studies is part of the College of Communication and Information Sciences, and offers an ALA-accredited Masterÿÿs program, an MFA program in the book arts, doctoral courses that contribute to a multidisciplinary doctorate in Communication and Information Sciences, and undergraduate courses in Information Science. The MLIS program ranks among the top 25 programs in North America. We are at an exciting juncture in the history of our school with new leadership and vision dedicated to facilitating a global vision of LIS education and building a community of scholars. Founded in 1831 as Alabamaÿÿs first public college, The University of Alabama (UA) is committed to excellence in teaching, research, and service. With an enrollment of over 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students, UA provides a creative, nurturing campus environment where students can become the best individuals possible, learn from the best and brightest faculty, and make a positive difference in the community, the state, the nation, and the world. Tuscaloosa is ideally located in the Southeast, convenient to metropolitan cities, mountains, and beaches. The area offers year-round outdoor activities, a vibrant arts community, the cultural benefits of a major university, and services befitting a larger community. Application Process: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE AT https://facultyjobs.ua.edu. An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer, The University of Alabama is strongly committed to diversity and values candidates who bring a variety of backgrounds and experiences to our community. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. ---559023410-1804928587-1350170791=:22699-- ========================================================================Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2012 17:33:13 -0700 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Eli Cohen <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Please help us spread the word - Six weeks left to submit paper to InSITE conference in Portugal this summer In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0059_01CDA968.D2842160" ------=_NextPart_000_0059_01CDA968.D2842160 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Colleagues, Will you help us inform others that we are just 6 weeks away from the deadline for submitting papers to our InSITE 2013 conferences in Porto, Portugal? The conferences take place the first week on July. Will you forward this announcement to email lists to which you belong? Here is a link to our Call for Participation: http://informingscience.us/CfPInSITE2013.pdf . The main website for the conferences is http://InSITE.NU . The conferences' keynote speakers include David Harris, designer of things that inform, and Prof. T. Grandon Gill, prolific author and investigator. Attendees will be able, without charge, to attend sessions of the collocated Complexity, Cybernetics, Informing Science, and Engineering Conference put on by IIIS. In addition to the collocated CCISE conference, the InSITE conferences include the following four collocated conferences: InSITE: Inform -- solicits papers in any area that explores issues in effectively and efficiently informing clients through IT (information technology). InSITE: TeachIT -- focuses on research topics related to teaching IT, including curricular issues, capstone courses, pedagogy, and emerging topics in IT. InSITE: TeLE -- focuses on research topics related to using IT to teach. For example, these topics include e-Learning, m-Learning, making classroom teaching more effective, and distance learning. and InSITE: =Connect= consists of study in various locations on the transmission of information across time and across space. Connect focuses on the interrelationship between context (historical forces and culture) and information and knowledge transfer. Beginning this year, the Informing Science Institute is benefiting from ICARUS-ISI special software designed for us to encourage online collaborative paper creation, submission, review, and revision, created by Dr. Raafat Saade. Colleagues able to review three conference papers this December, please visit http://Volunteer.InformingScience.org to sign up. (Productive conference reviewers receive $50 in discounts on their conference registration fee as a token of our thanks.) Here are some tutorials on how to use the new ICARUS system: How to set up your profile: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/Setting_up_your_profile.pdf How to become a reviewer: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/How_to_become_a_reviewer.pdf How to submit a paper: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/Submission.pdf How to review an article: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/Review.pdf Thanks in advance in helping us disseminate the call for papers, for signing up as a reviewer, and for submitting your own paper to InSITE. All the best, -eli Eli Cohen Exec. Director, Informing Science Institute ------=_NextPart_000_0059_01CDA968.D2842160 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Colleagues,

 

Will you help us inform others that we are just 6 weeks away from the deadline for submitting papers to our InSITE 2013 conferences in Porto, Portugal?  The conferences take place the first week on July.

 

Will you forward this announcement to email lists to which you belong?  Here is a link to our Call for Participation: http://informingscience.us/CfPInSITE2013.pdf . The main website for the conferences is http://InSITE.NU .

 

The conferences’ keynote speakers include David Harris, designer of things that inform, and Prof. T. Grandon Gill, prolific author and investigator.  Attendees will be able, without charge, to attend sessions of the collocated  Complexity, Cybernetics,  Informing Science, and Engineering Conference put on by IIIS.

 

In addition to the collocated CCISE conference, the InSITE conferences include the following four collocated conferences:

 

InSITE: Inform -- solicits papers in any area that explores issues in effectively and efficiently informing clients through IT (information technology).

 

InSITE: TeachIT --  focuses on research topics related to teaching IT, including curricular issues, capstone courses, pedagogy, and emerging topics in IT.

 

InSITE: TeLE --  focuses on research topics related to using IT to teach. For example, these topics include e-Learning, m-Learning, making classroom teaching more effective, and distance learning.

and

InSITE: =Connect= consists of study in various locations on the transmission of information across time and across space. Connect focuses on the interrelationship between context (historical forces and culture) and information and knowledge transfer.

 

Beginning this year, the Informing Science Institute is benefiting from ICARUS-ISI  special software designed for us to encourage online collaborative paper creation, submission, review, and revision, created by Dr. Raafat Saade. 

 

Colleagues able to review three conference papers this December, please visit http://Volunteer.InformingScience.org to sign up.  (Productive conference reviewers receive $50 in discounts on their conference registration fee as a token of our thanks.)

 

Here are some tutorials on how to use the new ICARUS system:

     How to set up your profile: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/Setting_up_your_profile.pdf

 

     How to become a reviewer: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/How_to_become_a_reviewer.pdf

 

     How to submit a paper: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/Submission.pdf

 

     How to review an article: http://www.glearningcampus.com/uploads/23b58def/Review.pdf

 

Thanks in advance in helping us disseminate the call for papers, for signing up as a reviewer, and for submitting your own paper to InSITE.

 

All the best,

 

-eli

Eli Cohen
Exec. Director, Informing Science Institute

 

 

 

------=_NextPart_000_0059_01CDA968.D2842160-- ========================================================================Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2012 19:35:04 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: CFP 2013 Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Rec'd w/ a technical glitch. --gw Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2012 00:30:12 -0400 From: marija dalbello <[log in to unmask]> Subject: CFP 2013 Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play From: "marija dalbello" <[log in to unmask]> -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Call for Papers 2013 Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play (April 19-20, 2013) http://mediacon.rutgers.edu Can we still define play as an organizing principle in today's technologically mediated world? Play can be hard work and serious business, and it's time to push beyond the conceptualization of play as merely the pursuit of leisure and consider how the issues of power, affect, labor, identity, and privacy surround the idea and practice of play. The Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play invites submissions that seek to understand play as a mediating practice, and how play operates at the center of all media. We are interested in all approaches to the traditions, roles, and contexts of play, and hope to explore how play can be broadly defined and incorporated as a fundamental principle extending into far-flung and unexpected arenas. Johan Huizinga characterizes man as the species that plays: "Law and order, commerce and profit, craft and art, poetry, wisdom and science. All are rooted in the primaeval soil of play" (Homo Ludens, p.5). How does play operate as a civilizing function - or is it perhaps a technology that produces order? Play is a means of exploring and joining various disciplines: Social media, mash-ups, and blogs have altered how we communicate and create; game design has influenced how businesses relate to consumers; citizen journalists have shifted the role of the professional in mediating information and forging a public sphere. To explore these questions, we invite scholars, students, tinkerers, visionaries, and players to the first ever Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play, to be held April 19th and 20th, 2013 on the Rutgers University campus in New Brunswick, NJ. Confirmed speakers for our keynote conversations include Fred Turner (Stanford University) & Stephen Duncombe (New York University) and Trevor Pinch (Cornell University) & Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky (The European Graduate School). We invite individuals from media studies and related fields in the humanities and social sciences to participate. Potential topics for paper, panel, roundtable, and workshop may include, but are not limited to: -Playing with labor: work-like games and game-like work -Play as resistance (culture jamming, situationist art, or other contexts) -Gendering (and gendered) play -Music and performance -Linguistic play -Play and social media -Playing with identity -Love and play (flirtation, AI relationships, robotica, etc) -Gamification and games in nontraditional settings -Transgression, cheating, and "gaming" systems -Darker side of play (trolling, gambling, or corruption) -Game studies The Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play promises to offer a memorable meeting of scholarship, and to that end, we are looking to play with standard conference conventions. One track throughout the conference will be a series of public workshop sessions in which scholars and practitioners will host roundtable discussions on contemporary issues that bring together an audience of experts and interested parties. In the academic panel track, each presenter will have a maximum of 15 minutes to offer his or her ideas as a presentation or interactive conversation, and will choose one of the following methods of presentation: -material accompaniment (hand out a zine, scrapbook, postcard series, etc) -performance (spoken word, song, verse, dance, recording, etc) -limited visuals (a maximum of 3 slides and 25 total words) -game (create rules and incorporate audience play) For additional ideas on how to play with media, play with time, or play with space during your presentation, visit our website at: mediacon.rutgers.edu. *The deadline for proposals is Saturday, December 1, 2012.* We invite individual proposals, full panel proposals (of four members), and proposals for roundtable and workshop sessions. Please email an abstract of approximately 247 words, along with your name, affiliation, presentation method, and a short biography to [log in to unmask] If you are interested in proposing a topic for our public workshop track, or are interested in participating in one, please indicate that as well. *Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by mid-January 2013.* Rutgers Media Studies Conference Organizing Committee http://mediacon.rutgers.edu/organizing-committee/ -- Marija Dalbello, Ph.D. Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Library & Info Science Director, Ph.D. Program School of Communication and Information 4 Huntington Street Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901-1071 Voice: 732.932.7500 / 8215 FAX: 732.932.6916 Internet: [log in to unmask] http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/directory/dalbello/index.html -- Winner of 2012 Emerald Literati Award http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?show«stract&articleid21933 Marija Dalbello, Ph.D. Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Library & Info Science Director, Ph.D. Program School of Communication and Information 4 Huntington Street Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901-1071 Voice: 732.932.7500 / 8215 FAX: 732.932.6916 Internet: [log in to unmask] http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/directory/dalbello/index.html ========================================================================Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2012 15:14:18 -0500 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Valerie Hill <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Virtual World International Information Literacy Panel Oct. 21 X-To: [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], Casey Kinson <[log in to unmask]>, Cherri Shelnutt <[log in to unmask]>, Jennifer Richey <[log in to unmask]>, Kelly brouillard <[log in to unmask]>, Marcia Meister <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, Rhonda Super <[log in to unmask]>, Sian Brannon <[log in to unmask]>, Sian Brannon <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="f46d044289e4d1c07304cc0a9063" --f46d044289e4d1c07304cc0a9063 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1" You are invited to an International Information Literacy Panel which is jointly sponsored by the ACRL Virtual World Interest Group and the Centre for Information Literacy Research. The panel will be held in the virtual world of Second Life. DATE: Sunday, October 21st from 12 noon to 1 pm SLT (Pacific Time USA) LOCATION: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Infolit%20iSchool/79/24/22 *International Information Literacy Panelists* Sheila Webber (Sheila Yoshikawa in SL), Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Information Studies, University of Sheffield - UK (British IL Associations) Ewa Rozkosz-Poland - Saba Pearl in SL (Polish IL Association) Elvira Saurina (Mariae Habana in SL) -,* *Sistema de Bibliotecas. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Santiago de Chile Stylianos Mystakidis (Sylianos Ling in SL)- E-learning & Virtual Worlds Specialist at the Library & Information Center of the University of Patras, Greece Valerie Hill - (Valibrarian Gregg in SL) LISD Library Media Specialist, Adjunct Instructor, TWU School of Library and Information Studies- USA (AASL21st Century Standards Information Literacy) Feel free to share this invitation with those interested in the topic. -- Valerie Hill, Ph.D. Texas Woman's University Lewisville ISD Librarian http://vhill.edublogs.org/ http://twitter.com/valibrarian --f46d044289e4d1c07304cc0a9063 Content-Type: text/html; charset="ISO-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

You are invited to an International Information Literacy Panel which is jointly sponsored by the ACRL Virtual World Interest Group and the Centre for Information Literacy Research.  The panel will be held in the virtual world of Second Life.

DATE: Sunday, October 21st from 12 noon to 1 pm SLT (Pacific Time USA)

LOCATION: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Infolit%20iSchool/79/24/22

International Information Literacy Panelists

Sheila Webber (Sheila Yoshikawa in SL), Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Information Studies, University of Sheffield - UK (British IL Associations)

Ewa Rozkosz-Poland - Saba Pearl in SL (Polish IL Association)

Elvira Saurina (Mariae Habana in SL) -, Sistema de Bibliotecas. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Santiago de Chile

Stylianos Mystakidis (Sylianos Ling in SL)- E-learning & Virtual Worlds Specialist at the Library & Information Center of the University of Patras, Greece

Valerie Hill - (Valibrarian Gregg in SL) LISD Library Media Specialist, Adjunct Instructor, TWU School of Library and Information Studies- USA (AASL 21st Century Standards Information Literacy)
Feel free to share this invitation with those interested in the topic.

--
Valerie Hill, Ph.D.
Texas Woman's University
Lewisville ISD Librarian

--f46d044289e4d1c07304cc0a9063-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 13:45:09 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Jian Qin <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Interested in e-Science PhD Fellowship? Please read on-- X-To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, DCMI Community <[log in to unmask]> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_CCA18BA1A714jqinsyredu_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_CCA18BA1A714jqinsyredu_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable ====This announcement has been posted to multiple mailing lists. Please excuse the repetition if you are on these lists. ==== =================Please feel free to redistribute the announcement to relevant mailing lists======================= e-Science PhD Fellowship School of Information Studies, Syracuse University (http://ischool.syr.edu/future/doctoral/phd.aspx) The e-Science fellowship is made available with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), under the Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program. It is designated to produce future faculty who will educate the next generation of information professionals. The PI is Dr. Ping Zhang and Co-PI is Dr. Jian Qin. PhD Study Support : The fellowship will provide each fellow with (1) tuition, (2) stipend, (3) health insurance, (4) research grant for research purposes, and (5) conference traveling. Eligibility: Prospective candidates should be US citizens or permanent residents who have both science and library and information science backgrounds, are interested in doing e-Science related research, and are willing to be a faculty member once graduating with a PhD degree. Application: Follow the regular procedure to apply to the PhD program in the School of Information Studies at SU. In the personal statement, indicate your interests in e-Science research and education. The doctoral committee will review the prospective applicants for admissions. The deadline is Jan. 8, 2011. The online application site can be found at http://ischool.syr.edu/academics/doctoralprograms/PhD/. About e-Science: e-Science is a new way of conducting scientific research: sharing and managing huge volumes of data and collaborating in various aspects. This inevitably needs information professionals to be able to solve large scale information management problems. The changing breadth and nature of educating the new generation of information professionals presents an urgent call for preparing the future faculty for this new tasks. e-Science/Data Science in the iSchool at SU: The iSchool at SU has a track record on research and education on e-Science and Data Science with funding from agencies such as NSF, IMLS, among others. In addition to research, the school has several educational programs at the graduate level, including the Certificate of Advanced Study in Data Science to educate the new information professionals in science and engineering disciplines. In recent years, the iSchool has been actively recruiting new faculty members to support our ever growing research and education in e-Science and Data Science areas. About the PhD Program in Information Science and Technology: Founded in 1969, the PhD program at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies is one of the finest interdisciplinary PhD programs in the information field in the nation. It addresses information-related phenomena in all settings: individual, organizational, societal, political, and technical. The PhD program brings together relevant knowledge and methods from information science, behavioral and social sciences, management science, computer science, law and public policy. The program has produced more than 100 PhD degrees so far. To learn more, visit http://ischool.syr.edu/future/doctoral/phd.aspx. About IMLS: The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute's mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas. http://www.imls.gov. Contact: Jian Qin Ph.D., Associate Professor School of Information Studies Syracuse University Syracuse, NY 13244 http://eslib.ischool.syr.edu/jqin/ --_000_CCA18BA1A714jqinsyredu_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="Windows-1252" Content-ID: <[log in to unmask]> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
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=================Please feel free to redistribute the announcement to relevant mailing lists=======================

e-Science PhD Fellowship

School of Information Studies, Syracuse University


(http://ischool.syr.edu/future/doctoral/phd.aspx)


The e-Science fellowship is made available with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), under the Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program. It is designated to produce future faculty who will educate the next generation of information professionals. The PI is Dr. Ping Zhang and Co-PI is Dr. Jian Qin.


PhD Study Support : 
The fellowship will provide each fellow with (1) tuition, (2) stipend, (3) health insurance, (4) research grant for research purposes, and (5) conference traveling.

Eligibility:

Prospective candidates should be US citizens or permanent residents who have both science and library and information science backgrounds, are interested in doing e-Science related research, and are willing to be a faculty member once graduating with a PhD degree.


Application:

Follow the regular procedure to apply to the PhD program in the School of Information Studies at SU. In the personal statement, indicate your interests in e-Science research and education. The doctoral committee will review the prospective applicants for admissions. The deadline is Jan. 8, 2011. The online application site can be found at

http://ischool.syr.edu/academics/doctoralprograms/PhD/.


About e-Science:

e-Science is a new way of conducting scientific research: sharing and managing huge volumes of data and collaborating in various aspects. This inevitably needs information professionals  to be able to solve large scale information management problems. The changing breadth and nature of educating the new generation of information professionals presents an urgent call for preparing the future faculty for this new tasks.

  

e-Science/Data Science in the iSchool at SU:

The iSchool at SU has a track record on research and education on e-Science and Data Science with funding from agencies such as NSF, IMLS, among others. In addition to research, the school has several educational programs at the graduate level, including the Certificate of Advanced Study in Data Science to educate the new information professionals in science and engineering disciplines. In recent years, the iSchool has been actively recruiting new faculty members to support our ever growing research and education in e-Science and Data Science areas.


About the PhD Program in Information Science and Technology:

Founded in 1969, the PhD program at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies is one of the finest interdisciplinary PhD programs in the information field in the nation. It addresses information-related phenomena in all settings: individual, organizational, societal, political, and technical. The PhD program brings together relevant knowledge and methods from information science, behavioral and social sciences,  management science, computer science, law and public policy. The program has produced more than 100 PhD degrees so far. To learn more, visit  http://ischool.syr.edu/future/doctoral/phd.aspx.  


About IMLS:

The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute's mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas. http://www.imls.gov.  


Contact:

Jian Qin

Ph.D., Associate Professor

School of Information Studies
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244


--_000_CCA18BA1A714jqinsyredu_-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 14:28:52 +1030 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Jia Tina Du <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Ad for PhD candidate, University of South Australia, Australia X-cc: [log in to unmask] MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="047d7b34393444bc3104cc110e0f" --047d7b34393444bc3104cc110e0f Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1" A PhD scholarship has become available at the University of South Australia (UniSA), Australia for a studying 'Privacy-Enhanced Personalised Search'. The research programme is funded by the .au Domain Association Foundation (auDA). The scholarship does not provide for international student fees, however UniSA offers international student fee scholarships (the 'President's Scholarships') for eligible candidates. Applicants should have a first-class or upper second-class honours degree (or equivalent) from a recognised University. They should have technical skills to allow them to set up a proxy server for query expansion and data leakage control. Some experience in Linux or similar would be an advantage, as would relational database skills. The student will be located in the WebTech and Security Lab at UniSA ( sl.cis.unisa.edu.au) at the Mawson Lakes Campus of UniSA in Adelaide, South Australia. The start date will be January-March 2013. Applications close on 31st October Australian time. Informal enquiries and expressions of interest to Helen Ashman are encouraged prior to application ([log in to unmask]). --047d7b34393444bc3104cc110e0f Content-Type: text/html; charset="ISO-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

A PhD scholarship has become available at the University of South Australia (UniSA), Australia for a studying 'Privacy-Enhanced Personalised Search'. The research programme is funded by the .au Domain Association Foundation (auDA).

 

The scholarship does not provide for international student fees, however UniSA offers international student fee scholarships (the 'President's Scholarships') for eligible candidates.

 

Applicants should have a first-class or upper second-class honours degree (or equivalent) from a recognised University. They should have technical skills to allow them to set up a proxy server for query expansion and data leakage control. Some experience in Linux or similar would be an advantage, as would relational database skills.

 

The student will be located in the WebTech and Security Lab at UniSA (sl.cis.unisa.edu.au) at the Mawson Lakes Campus of UniSA in Adelaide, South Australia. The start date will be January-March 2013.

 

Applications close on 31st October Australian time. Informal enquiries and expressions of interest to Helen Ashman are encouraged prior to application ([log in to unmask]).

--047d7b34393444bc3104cc110e0f-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 12:08:38 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Andrews, James" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: University of South Florida, Tenure-Track Faculty Position Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_CCA1AD461388Ajimandrewsusfedu_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_CCA1AD461388Ajimandrewsusfedu_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable University of South Florida School of Information One Assistant Professor Position Closing date: Open until filled The University of SouthFlorida (USF) School of Information seeks exceptional candidates for a tenure track faculty position at the assistant professor level. We are seeking candidates with expertise in some of the following areas: information visualization, visual communication (especially statistical analysis and visualization of large data sets), scientific visualization, interaction design, visual content creation and distribution, health information systems, and other related areas. Candidates are expected to demonstrate enthusiasm for, and excellence in, teaching, as well as a significant potential for scholarly productivity and the securing of external funding. Responsibilities will also include student advising and mentoring, and committee service at department, college, and university levels. Candidatesmust have the ability to develop, teach, and integrate emerging distance learning technologies into SI online courses, as well as, the ability and willingness to teach in the USF SI core curriculum of undergraduate and graduate programs. Salaries are nationally competitive commensurate with the rank of assistant professor. The position is a nine-month, tenure-track appointment with likely summer teaching and research opportunities. The University of South Florida System is one of the nation's top 63 public research universities and one of 39 community-engaged, four-year public universities as designated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. USF was awarded $411 million in research contracts and grants in FY 2011/2012. The system offers 232 degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate, specialist and doctoral levels, including the doctor of medicine. It has a $1.8 billion annual budget, an annual economic impact of $3.2 billion, and serves more than 47,000 students on institutions/campuses in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota-Manatee and Lakeland. USF is a member of the Big East Athletic Conference. USF is an Equal Opportunity Institution The USF School of Information (SI) is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, which consists of 23 academic departments and 22 centers and institutes that are highly collaborative and interdisciplinary in nature. SI has enjoyed a strong tradition that has primarily focused on the education of information professionals in a variety of settings for several decades. The School continues to evolve and grow, most recently with its Bachelor of Science inInformation Studies program, which began as part of SI inFall 2010. This program integrates a strong foundation in information technology as well as an understanding of human, organizational, policy and other issues. While the degree necessarily provides students with in-depth technical knowledge and skills, emphasis is given to understanding how people interact with information and technology, and other complexities of the information society. The School also has an ALA-accredited Master’s degree (with nearly 350 graduate students). The following are the required and preferred qualifications of potential candidates: Required: * PhD in Information Science/ Studies or one of the closely related following disciplines: Information Studies, Informatics, Visual Communication, Computer Science, or Instructional Technology, or very similar areas. * Evidence that the doctorate degree will be completed by the appointment date. * Evidence or clear ability to engage in collaborative interdisciplinary research. * Evidence of having developed, taught, and / or integrated emerging distance learning technologies into online courses. Preferred: * Evidence of teaching and/or professional experiences in previously indicated areas. * Demonstrated potential for multidisciplinary research funding and assisting in the development of a new area of study. * An online portfolio that includes example visualizations from the candidate’s academic focus. We will begin screening applications on November 1, 2012 and the review process will continue until the positions are filled. Appointment isexpected for August 2013 (fall 2012 semester). USF SI faculty will be available to talk with interested parties at the 2012 ASIS&T Conference in Baltimore, the 2013 ALISE Conference in Seattle, and the 2013 iSchool Conference in Dallas. Application Process Applicants who wish to apply for this position should go to: http://www.usf.edu/Employment/ and follow the links and instructions for applying for the faculty line. When applying, required fields include a cover letter, CV, and a list of the names and contact information for three references. Optional material may be included through an address for online portfolio materials. For any further questions about this position please contact the search committee chair Dr. Edd Schneider at [log in to unmask] Equal Opportunity Statement USF is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, and is committed to diversity in hiring, complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and is a Public Records Agency. According to Florida Law, applications and meetings regarding them are open to the public. For ADA accommodations, please contact Dr. Edd Schneider at 813-974-3520 or [log in to unmask] at least five working days prior to need. --_000_CCA1AD461388Ajimandrewsusfedu_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="Windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

University of South Florida

School of Information

One Assistant Professor Position

Closing date: Open until filled

 

 

The University of SouthFlorida (USF) School of Information seeks exceptional candidates for a tenure track faculty position at the assistant professor level. We are seeking candidates with expertise in some of the following areas: information visualization, visual communication (especially statistical analysis and visualization of large data sets), scientific visualization, interaction design, visual content creation and distribution, health information systems, and other related areas. Candidates are expected to demonstrate enthusiasm for, and excellence in, teaching, as well as a significant potential for scholarly productivity and the securing of external funding. Responsibilities will also include student advising and mentoring, and committee service at department, college, and university levels. Candidatesmust have the ability to develop, teach, and integrate emerging distance learning technologies into SI online courses, as well as, the ability and willingness to teach in the USF SI core curriculum of undergraduate and graduate programs. Salaries are nationally competitive commensurate with the rank of assistant professor. The position is a nine-month, tenure-track appointment with likely summer teaching and research opportunities.

 

The University of South Florida System is one of the nation's top 63 public research universities and one of 39 community-engaged, four-year public universities as designated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. USF was awarded $411 million in research contracts and grants in FY 2011/2012. The system offers 232 degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate, specialist and doctoral levels, including the doctor of medicine. It has a $1.8 billion annual budget, an annual economic impact of $3.2 billion, and serves more than 47,000 students on institutions/campuses in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota-Manatee and Lakeland. USF is a member of the Big East Athletic Conference. USF is an Equal Opportunity Institution

 

The USF School of Information (SI) is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, which consists of 23 academic departments and 22 centers and institutes that are highly collaborative and interdisciplinary in nature.  SI has enjoyed a strong tradition that has primarily focused on the education of information professionals in a variety of settings for several decades. The School continues to evolve and grow, most recently with its Bachelor of Science inInformation Studies program, which began as part of SI inFall 2010. This program integrates a strong foundation in information technology as well as an understanding of human, organizational, policy and other issues. While the degree necessarily provides students with in-depth technical knowledge and skills, emphasis is given to understanding how people interact with information and technology, and other complexities of the information society. The School also has an ALA-accredited Master’s degree (with nearly 350 graduate students). 

 

The following are the required and preferred qualifications of potential candidates:

 

Required:

  • PhD in Information Science/ Studies or one of the closely related following disciplines: Information Studies, Informatics, Visual Communication, Computer Science, or Instructional Technology, or very similar areas.
  • Evidence that the doctorate degree will be completed by the appointment date.
  • Evidence or clear ability to engage in collaborative interdisciplinary research.
  • Evidence of having developed, taught, and / or integrated emerging distance learning technologies into online courses.

Preferred:

  • Evidence of teaching and/or professional experiences in previously indicated areas.
  • Demonstrated potential for multidisciplinary research funding and assisting in the development of a new area of study.
  • An online portfolio that includes example visualizations from the candidate’s academic focus.

 

We will begin screening applications on November 1, 2012 and the review process will continue until the positions are filled. Appointment isexpected for August 2013 (fall 2012 semester). USF SI faculty will be available to talk with interested parties at the 2012 ASIS&T Conference in Baltimore, the 2013 ALISE Conference in Seattle, and the 2013 iSchool Conference in Dallas.

 

Application Process

Applicants who wish to apply for this position should go to: http://www.usf.edu/Employment/ and follow the links and instructions for applying for the faculty line. When applying, required fields include a cover letter, CV, and a list of the names and contact information for three references. Optional material may be included through an address for online portfolio materials. For any further questions about this position please contact the search committee chair Dr. Edd Schneider at [log in to unmask]

 

Equal Opportunity Statement

USF is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, and is committed to diversity in hiring, complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and is a Public Records Agency.

 

According to Florida Law, applications and meetings regarding them are open to the public.  For ADA accommodations, please contact Dr. Edd Schneider at 813-974-3520 or [log in to unmask] at least five working days prior to need.  

--_000_CCA1AD461388Ajimandrewsusfedu_-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 16:12:53 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Alyse Mattioli <[log in to unmask]> Subject: National Science Foundation Awards SC&I Professor Paul Kantor nearly $1.0 Million to Help Create Ways to Analyze "Big Data" Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Apple-Mail=_D978E5CF-61EE-4270-A82F-B4368E79FAF5" MIME-Version: 1.0 (Apple Message framework v1283) --Apple-Mail=_D978E5CF-61EE-4270-A82F-B4368E79FAF5 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Rutgers researcher Paul Kantor nearly $1.0 million as part of an initiative to extract useful information from so-called "big data"– massive collections of data from sources such as scientific documents, orbiting instruments, digital images, social media streams, and business transactions. The Rutgers grant is part of a $3 million research effort, in collaboration with Cornell and Princeton to improve the accuracy and relevance of complex scientific literature searches. Paul Kantor is a professor in the Department of Library and Information Sciences in the School of Communication and Information, where he heads the LAIR Laboratory. Read more here. -- Alyse Mattioli Public Relations Specialist School of Communication and Information Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 4 Huntington Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Phone: 732-932-7500 x8404 http://comminfo.rutgers.edu --Apple-Mail=_D978E5CF-61EE-4270-A82F-B4368E79FAF5 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252" The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Rutgers researcher Paul Kantor nearly $1.0 million as part of an initiative to extract useful information from so-called "big data"– massive collections of data from sources such as scientific documents, orbiting instruments, digital images, social media streams, and business transactions. The Rutgers grant is part of a $3 million research effort, in collaboration with Cornell and Princeton to improve the accuracy and relevance of complex scientific literature searches. Paul Kantor is a professor in the Department of Library and Information Sciences in the School of Communication and Information, where he heads the LAIR Laboratory. Read more here.

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Alyse Mattioli
Public Relations Specialist
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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
4 Huntington Street, New Brunswick, NJ  08901
Phone:  732-932-7500 x8404
http://comminfo.rutgers.edu

--Apple-Mail=_D978E5CF-61EE-4270-A82F-B4368E79FAF5-- ========================================================================Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 21:21:11 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Gretchen Whitney <[log in to unmask]> Subject: PhD candidate, University of South Australia, Australia (fwd) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"; format=flowed Rec'd w/ a technical glitch. --gw ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2012 23:58:52 -0400 From: Jia Tina Du <[log in to unmask]> Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Ad for PhD candidate, University of South Australia, Australia A PhD scholarship has become available at the University of South Australia (UniSA), Australia for a studying 'Privacy-Enhanced Personalised Search'. The research programme is funded by the .au Domain Association Foundation (auDA). The scholarship does not provide for international student fees, however UniSA offers international student fee scholarships (the 'President's Scholarships') for eligible candidates. Applicants should have a first-class or upper second-class honours degree (or equivalent) from a recognised University. They should have technical skills to allow them to set up a proxy server for query expansion and data leakage control. Some experience in Linux or similar would be an advantage, as would relational database skills. The student will be located in the WebTech and Security Lab at UniSA ( sl.cis.unisa.edu.au) at the Mawson Lakes Campus of UniSA in Adelaide, South Australia. The start date will be January-March 2013. Applications close on 31st October Australian time. Informal enquiries and expressions of interest to Helen Ashman are encouraged prior to application ([log in to unmask]). ========================================================================Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 20:09:11 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Cunningham, Flo" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: News from SLIS at Kent State, Oct. 16, 2012 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_91622401DA33BF47A943E7C7A779201A10A71F89BL2PRD0810MB373_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_91622401DA33BF47A943E7C7A779201A10A71F89BL2PRD0810MB373_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Below are headlines and links to recent news from the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University. Also note - Kent State SLIS will have a booth at the upcoming OELMA conference in Sandusky (Oct. 18 and 19). We are also sponsoring a table at the alumni reception (Oct. 30 at 6:30 p.m.) at next week's ASIS&T conference. Stop by to say hello! * * * SLIS at Kent State to honor alums at annual event The School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University will host its annual Alumni and Friends Honors and Awards Program on Tuesday, Oct. 23, beginning with a reception at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held at OCLC in the Kilgour Building, 6565 Kilgour Place, in Dublin, Ohio. Guest speaker for this year is alumna Sue Polanka (pictured, right), head of Reference & Instruction at Wright State University Libraries. Polanka was honored recently as one of the 2011 Library Journal "Movers & Shakers" and is editor of the series "No Shelf Required." Nine alumni will be recognized, including Jeff Young, M.L.S. '02, OCLC Research - Software Architect, LIS Alumnus of the Year; Paige Lucas-Stannard, M.L.I.S. '04, M.S. IAKM '05, IAKM Alumnus of the Year; and Beverly Cain, M.L.S. '86, State Librarian of Ohio, Friend of the Year. Read more at http://www.kent.edu/slis/news/newsdetail.cfm?newsitem=556F6C51-FAFF-C974-B7D9E809893C8B56. * * * Wicks Named Editor of Journal of Religious and Theological Information Don A. Wicks, Ph.D., associate professor and interim director of the School of Library and Information Science, has been named editor of the Journal of Religious and Theological Information. Wicks also serves as director of the Center for the Study of Information and Religion (CSIR), a research initiative of SLIS that was created in 2009 to examine how various institutions and agents of religion impact social knowledge through the use, dissemination and diffusion of information. He has published and presented numerous papers internationally, including his work on information seeking and seniors and on clergy and information behavior. Read more at http://www.kent.edu/slis/news/newsdetail.cfm?newsitem=55FF42D8-F52D-DD4B-FA49723B6B5A1498. * * * Call for Papers: Conference on Information and Religion The Center for the Study of Information and Religion (CSIR) will host its Third Annual International Conference on Information and Religion on June 19-22, 2013, in conjunction with the American Theological Library Association Annual conference. Keynote speaker for the CSIR conference will be Peter Ochs, Ph.D., Edgar M. Bronfman Professor of Modern Judaic Studies, University of Virginia, and founding editor of the Journal of Scriptural Reasoning (http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/journals/ssr/). This call for papers and posters seeks original contributions in a variety of areas in which scholars are exploring the intersections of religion and information. Deadline for abstract submission is Nov. 1, 2012. For more information and the link to submit abstracts, visit http://www.kent.edu/slis/research/csir/2013-conference-on-information-and-religion.cfm. * * * Health Informatics Student Interns at Area Hospital A two-week Heath Informatics internship with Akron General Medical Center solidified Rachel Nordhoff's decision to continue her education in the Health Informatics graduate program at Kent State University. The internship was designed for Health Informatics students who don't have health care experience. The opportunity helped Nordhoff understand how hospitals and clinical staff utilize their current systems, the advantages and challenges presented by those systems and the varying needs of different departments in regard to the systems. It also made her more aware of "the atmosphere of urgency that permeates health care: when lives are on the line, delays and errors take on new meaning. Even a malfunctioning printer can cause massive issues," she said. Read more at http://www.kent.edu/slis/news/newsdetail.cfm?newsitem=D9C7CD03-BA18-ECC3-5043FECA1D329CF2. * * * Recent publications and presentations Goodyear Professor of Knowledge Management Denise Bedford, Ph.D., contributed a chapter titled "Religious Communities of Practice and Knowledge Management-The Potential for Cross-Domain Learning" in the book Knowledge Management Handbook: Collaboration and Social Networking, Second Edition, edited by Jay Liebowitz, University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, and published by CRC Press (2012). SLIS adjunct instructor Catherine Closet-Crane, Ph.D., has published a chapter titled, "The discursive construction of the academic library as learning place in A2K," in J. Lau, A.M. Tammaro, & T. Bothma (eds.), Libraries Driving Access to Knowledge, pp. 215-246. Berlin/Munich: De Gruyter Saur (IFLA publications). SLIS/IAKM Assistant Professor Karl Fast, Ph.D., was interviewed on Sept. 15 for the CBC Radio show Spark, a national program about the impact of technology in everyday life. Fast was interviewed about "deep interaction"-how the way we interact with information helps us understand that information-and what this means as our technologies shift from keyboards and mice to touch and gesture. The 10-minute interview is online at http://www.cbc.ca/spark/episodes/2012/09/12/189-interactions-agreements-suspicions/. Fast also spoke recently on "Information Overload is an Opportunity" at Fluxible, a user experience (UX) conference in Kitchener, Ontario. The September program included speakers from Google, Research in Motion, Kobo and various UX design studios: http://www.fluxible.ca/. SLIS Associate Professor Meghan Harper, Ph.D., has published two refereed articles in current issue of OELMA's Ohio Media Spectrum (64:1, Fall 2012): "Evaluation in the School Library as a Key to Advocacy," pages 15-21, and "Awesome Assessment Tools for Advocacy in the School," pages 32-34. SLIS Assistant Professor Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., presented two papers at the 2012 DOCAM (Document Academy) in August. Her papers are titled "Exploring the Museal Jungle" and "A Tale of Two Document Storytelling Perspectives," the latter of which is co-written with SLIS Adjunct Instructor Jodi Kearns, Ph.D. DOCAM12 was hosted by the faculty of Information and Media Studies at The University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. SLIS Assistant Professor Marianne Martens, Ph.D., presented a paper titled, "Desperately Seeking Dissent: Subversive Readings in Transmedia Storytelling," at Protest on the Page: Print Culture History in Opposition to Almost Anything* (*you can think of) -- A Conference of the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture, held in Madison, Wis., in September. SLIS Professor Marcia Zeng, Ph.D., SLIS Associate Professor Athena Salaba, Ph.D., and SLIS alumna Maja Zumer, M.L.S. '93, have published a book, FRSAD: Conceptual Modeling of Aboutness (Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited, 2012). The volume is part of the Third Millennium Cataloging Series. The FRSAD model (released by IFLA) allows catalogers to more readily determine the answer to the fundamental question, "What's it about?" and helps users by providing a clear description of library holdings. The cover says this publication was "written by three leading members of the IFLA working group that developed the model." Read more news about faculty publications and presentations at http://www.kent.edu/slis/about/slis-points-of-pride.cfm. All the best, Flo <~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~> Flo Cunningham Marketing Communications and Public Relations Specialist School of Library and Information Science Kent State University 330-672-0003 [log in to unmask] www.kent.edu/slis Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ksuslis Twitter: @KentStateSLIS I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library. -- Jorge Luis Borges --_000_91622401DA33BF47A943E7C7A779201A10A71F89BL2PRD0810MB373_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Below are headlines and links to recent news from the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University.

 

Also note – Kent State SLIS will have a booth at the upcoming OELMA conference in Sandusky (Oct. 18 and 19). We are also sponsoring a table at the alumni reception (Oct. 30 at 6:30 p.m.) at next week’s ASIS&T conference. Stop by to say hello!

 

* * *

 

SLIS at Kent State to honor alums at annual event

The School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University will host its annual Alumni and Friends Honors and Awards Program on Tuesday, Oct. 23, beginning with a reception at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held at OCLC in the Kilgour Building, 6565 Kilgour Place, in Dublin, Ohio. Guest speaker for this year is alumna Sue Polanka (pictured, right), head of Reference & Instruction at Wright State University Libraries. Polanka was honored recently as one of the 2011 Library Journal "Movers & Shakers" and is editor of the series “No Shelf Required.” Nine alumni will be recognized, including Jeff Young, M.L.S. ’02, OCLC Research – Software Architect, LIS Alumnus of the Year; Paige Lucas-Stannard, M.L.I.S. ’04, M.S. IAKM ’05, IAKM Alumnus of the Year;  and Beverly Cain, M.L.S. ’86, State Librarian of Ohio, Friend of the Year. Read more at http://www.kent.edu/slis/news/newsdetail.cfm?newsitem=556F6C51-FAFF-C974-B7D9E809893C8B56.

 

 

* * *

 

Wicks Named Editor of Journal of Religious and Theological Information

 

Don A. Wicks, Ph.D., associate professor and interim director of the School of Library and Information Science, has been named editor of the Journal of Religious and Theological Information. Wicks also serves as director of the Center for the Study of Information and Religion (CSIR), a research initiative of SLIS that was created in 2009 to examine how various institutions and agents of religion impact social knowledge through the use, dissemination and diffusion of information. He has published and presented numerous papers internationally, including his work on information seeking and seniors and on clergy and information behavior. Read more at http://www.kent.edu/slis/news/newsdetail.cfm?newsitem=55FF42D8-F52D-DD4B-FA49723B6B5A1498.

 

 

* * *

 

Call for Papers: Conference on Information and Religion

 

The Center for the Study of Information and Religion (CSIR) will host its Third Annual International Conference on Information and Religion on June 19-22, 2013, in conjunction with the American Theological Library Association Annual conference. Keynote speaker for the CSIR conference will be Peter Ochs, Ph.D., Edgar M. Bronfman Professor of Modern Judaic Studies, University of Virginia, and founding editor of the Journal of Scriptural Reasoning (http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/journals/ssr/).

 

This call for papers and posters seeks original contributions in a variety of areas in which scholars are exploring the intersections of religion and information. Deadline for abstract submission is Nov. 1, 2012.

 

For more information and the link to submit abstracts, visit http://www.kent.edu/slis/research/csir/2013-conference-on-information-and-religion.cfm.

 

 

* * *

Health Informatics Student Interns at Area Hospital

A two-week Heath Informatics internship with Akron General Medical Center solidified Rachel Nordhoff's decision to continue her education in the Health Informatics graduate program at Kent State University. The internship was designed for Health Informatics students who don't have health care experience. The opportunity helped Nordhoff understand how hospitals and clinical staff utilize their current systems, the advantages and challenges presented by those systems and the varying needs of different departments in regard to the systems. It also made her more aware of “the atmosphere of urgency that permeates health care: when lives are on the line, delays and errors take on new meaning. Even a malfunctioning printer can cause massive issues," she said. Read more at http://www.kent.edu/slis/news/newsdetail.cfm?newsitem=D9C7CD03-BA18-ECC3-5043FECA1D329CF2.

 

* * *

Recent publications and presentations

 

Goodyear Professor of Knowledge Management Denise Bedford, Ph.D., contributed a chapter titled “Religious Communities of Practice and Knowledge Management—The Potential for Cross-Domain Learning” in the book Knowledge Management Handbook: Collaboration and Social Networking, Second Edition, edited by Jay Liebowitz, University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, and published by CRC Press (2012).

 

SLIS adjunct instructor Catherine Closet-Crane, Ph.D., has published a chapter titled, “The discursive construction of the academic library as learning place in A2K,” in J. Lau, A.M. Tammaro, & T. Bothma (eds.), Libraries Driving Access to Knowledge, pp. 215-246. Berlin/Munich: De Gruyter Saur (IFLA publications).

 

SLIS/IAKM Assistant Professor Karl Fast, Ph.D., was interviewed on Sept. 15 for the CBC Radio show Spark, a national program about the impact of technology in everyday life. Fast was interviewed about “deep interaction”—how the way we interact with information helps us understand that information—and what this means as our technologies shift from keyboards and mice to touch and gesture. The 10-minute interview is online at http://www.cbc.ca/spark/episodes/2012/09/12/189-interactions-agreements-suspicions/. Fast also spoke recently on “Information Overload is an Opportunity” at Fluxible, a user experience (UX) conference in Kitchener, Ontario. The September program included speakers from Google, Research in Motion, Kobo and various UX design studios: http://www.fluxible.ca/.

 

SLIS Associate Professor Meghan Harper, Ph.D., has published two refereed articles in current issue of OELMA's Ohio Media Spectrum (64:1, Fall 2012): “Evaluation in the School Library as a Key to Advocacy,” pages 15-21, and “Awesome Assessment Tools for Advocacy in the School,” pages 32-34.

 

SLIS Assistant Professor Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., presented two papers at the 2012 DOCAM (Document Academy) in August. Her papers are titled "Exploring the Museal Jungle" and "A Tale of Two Document Storytelling Perspectives," the latter of which is co-written with SLIS Adjunct Instructor Jodi Kearns, Ph.D. DOCAM12 was hosted by the faculty of Information and Media Studies at The University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada.

 

SLIS Assistant Professor Marianne Martens, Ph.D., presented a paper titled, "Desperately Seeking Dissent: Subversive Readings in Transmedia Storytelling," at Protest on the Page: Print Culture History in Opposition to Almost Anything* (*you can think of) -- A Conference of the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture, held in Madison, Wis., in September.

 

SLIS Professor Marcia Zeng, Ph.D., SLIS Associate Professor Athena Salaba, Ph.D., and SLIS alumna Maja Zumer, M.L.S. ’93, have published a book, FRSAD: Conceptual Modeling of Aboutness (Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited, 2012). The volume is part of the Third Millennium Cataloging Series. The FRSAD model (released by IFLA) allows catalogers to more readily determine the answer to the fundamental question, "What's it about?" and helps users by providing a clear description of library holdings. The cover says this publication was "written by three leading members of the IFLA working group that developed the model."

 

Read more news about faculty publications and presentations at http://www.kent.edu/slis/about/slis-points-of-pride.cfm.

 

 

 

 

 

All the best,

 

Flo

 

<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>~<~>

Flo Cunningham

Marketing Communications and Public Relations Specialist

School of Library and Information Science

Kent State University

330-672-0003

[log in to unmask]

 

www.kent.edu/slis

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ksuslis

Twitter: @KentStateSLIS

 

I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library. -- Jorge Luis Borges

 

--_000_91622401DA33BF47A943E7C7A779201A10A71F89BL2PRD0810MB373_-- ========================================================================Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 20:55:03 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Suzanne Stauffer <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Position : Dean of the College of Human Sciences and Education, Louisiana State University Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_DB17161F4A567545BACCD7EF099627072FC565C5SN2PRD0610MB372_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_DB17161F4A567545BACCD7EF099627072FC565C5SN2PRD0610MB372_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Louisiana State University invites applications for the position of the Dean of the College of Human Sciences and Education. The Dean reports directly to the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the college. The Dean provides ultimate administrative oversight for all aspects of academic life within the college, including strategic planning, fiscal management, personnel development, academic programs, research enterprises and student enrollment. The Dean also has primary responsibilities for external initiatives that include community outreach and development. For a full description, including requirements and application instructions, see: http://batonrouge.jobing.com/dean-of-the-college-of-human-sciences-and-education/job/employment/40411812 Suzanne M. Stauffer, Ph.D. Associate Professor School of Library and Information Science Louisiana State University 277 Coates Hall Baton Rouge, LA 70803 (225)578-1461 Fax: (225)578-4581 [log in to unmask] Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? --T.S. Eliot, "Choruses from The Rock" --_000_DB17161F4A567545BACCD7EF099627072FC565C5SN2PRD0610MB372_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Louisiana State University invites applications for the position of the Dean of the College of Human Sciences and Education. The Dean reports directly to the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the college. The Dean provides ultimate administrative oversight for all aspects of academic life within the college, including strategic planning, fiscal management, personnel development, academic programs, research enterprises and student enrollment. The Dean also has primary responsibilities for external initiatives that include community outreach and development.

For a full description, including requirements and application instructions, see:

 

http://batonrouge.jobing.com/dean-of-the-college-of-human-sciences-and-education/job/employment/40411812

 

Suzanne M. Stauffer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
School of Library and Information Science
Louisiana State University
277 Coates Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
(225)578-1461
Fax: (225)578-4581

Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?
Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?

--T.S. Eliot, "Choruses from The Rock"
--_000_DB17161F4A567545BACCD7EF099627072FC565C5SN2PRD0610MB372_-- ========================================================================Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 16:24:17 -0500 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Dr. Teresa Welsh" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Two Tenure-Track Faculty Positions Available at The University of Southern Mississippi MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="14dae9340ee3c519d604cc33c603" --14dae9340ee3c519d604cc33c603 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The School of Library and Information Science at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, has two tenure-track assistant professors positions available. Minimum qualifications to be considered for either of these positions are as follows: ▪ Completed doctorate in library and information science or closely allied discipline ▪ Master's degree in library and information science with work experience in a library or repository setting ▪ Skill with current information and communications technology ▪ Demonstrated potential as a researcher and instructor ▪ Candidates will have a research agenda, expertise and ability to teach in one or more of the traditional library science core, including but not limited to the following: school libraries, services to youth, technical services, collection development, organization and retrieval, archival studies, database design and management, information transfer, information literacy and instructional design. ▪ Candidates will be knowledgeable about services to multicultural populations and interdisciplinary approaches to information problems. Preference will be given to those candidates with a year or more of experience in libraries, archives or cultural repositories. Faculty in the School of Library and Information Science teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, participate in the development and delivery of synchronous courses via Internet, must be proactive in grant writing and seeking external funding, be contributing members of the library and information science community locally and nationally, and serve on faculty and university committees. On-campus office hours and committee attendance is required. Founded in 1910, The University of Southern Mississippi is a comprehensive doctoral and research-extensive university fulfilling its mission of being a leading university in engaging and empowering individuals to transform lives and communities. The University of Southern Mississippi, which enrolls approximately 17,000 students each year, is the only dual-campus university in Mississippi with campuses in Hattiesburg and Long Beach. Six additional teaching and research sites are located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Meridian. The Hattiesburg campus is 110 miles northeast of New Orleans, La., and 80 miles northwest of Mobile, Ala., set in the Great Southern Pine Forrest. Learn more at www.usm.edu. Information about the School of Library and Information Science is found at www.usm.edu/slis. Applicants should also upload statements of research plans and start-up needs in addition to application and cover letter. The statement of start-up needs should be detailed and realistic. Apply at www.usm.edu/hr. AA/EOE/ADAI -- Teresa S. Welsh, Ph.D., Associate Professor School of Library & Information Science University of Southern Mississippi 118 College Drive #5146 Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001 Co-Managing Editor, SLIS Connecting http://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/ *Information Literacy in the Digital Age: An Evidence-Based Approach *by T.S. Welsh and M.S. Wright (Chandos, 2010) http://www.neal-schuman.com/bdetail.php?isbn=9781843345152 http://www.woodheadpublishing.com/en/book.aspx?bookID=1987&ChandosTitle=1 British Summer Studies LIS Course, Summer 2013 http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/british-studies Phone: 601.296.0528 Fax: 601.266.5774 http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/faculty/dr-teresa-s-welsh http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~w146169/ --14dae9340ee3c519d604cc33c603 Content-Type: text/html; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The School of Library and Information Science at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, has two tenure-track assistant professors positions available. Minimum qualifications to be considered for either of these positions are as follows:

 

▪   Completed doctorate in library and information science or closely allied discipline

▪   Master's degree in library and information science with work experience in a library or repository setting

▪   Skill with current information and communications technology

▪   Demonstrated potential as a researcher and instructor

▪   Candidates will have a research agenda, expertise and ability to teach in one or more of the traditional library science core, including but not limited to the following: school libraries, services to youth, technical services, collection development, organization and retrieval, archival studies, database design and management, information transfer, information literacy and instructional design.
▪   Candidates will be knowledgeable about services to multicultural populations and interdisciplinary approaches to information problems.

Preference will be given to those candidates with a year or more of experience in libraries, archives or cultural repositories.

 

Faculty in the School of Library and Information Science teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, participate in the development and delivery of synchronous courses via Internet, must be proactive in grant writing and seeking external funding, be contributing members of the library and information science community locally and nationally, and serve on faculty and university committees. On-campus office hours and committee attendance is required.  

 

Founded in 1910, The University of Southern Mississippi is a comprehensive doctoral and research-extensive university fulfilling its mission of being a leading university in engaging and empowering individuals to transform lives and communities. The University of Southern Mississippi, which enrolls approximately 17,000 students each year, is the only dual-campus university in Mississippi with campuses in Hattiesburg and Long Beach. Six additional teaching and research sites are located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Meridian. The Hattiesburg campus is 110 miles northeast of New Orleans, La., and 80 miles northwest of Mobile, Ala., set in the Great Southern Pine Forrest. Learn more at www.usm.edu.  

Information about the School of Library and Information Science is found at www.usm.edu/slis.  

Applicants should also upload statements of research plans and start-up needs in addition to application and cover letter. The statement of start-up needs should be detailed and realistic. Apply at

www.usm.edu/hr.

 

AA/EOE/ADAI



--

Teresa S. Welsh, Ph.D., Associate Professor
School of Library & Information Science
University of Southern Mississippi
118 College Drive #5146
Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001

Co-Managing Editor, SLIS Connecting
http://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/

Information Literacy in the Digital Age: An Evidence-Based Approach
by T.S. Welsh and M.S. Wright (Chandos, 2010)
http://www.neal-schuman.com/bdetail.php?isbn=9781843345152
http://www.woodheadpublishing.com/en/book.aspx?bookID=1987&ChandosTitle=1

British Summer Studies LIS Course, Summer 2013
http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/british-studies

Phone: 601.296.0528
Fax: 601.266.5774
http://www.usm.edu/library-information-science/faculty/dr-teresa-s-welsh 
http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~w146169/



--14dae9340ee3c519d604cc33c603-- ========================================================================Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 16:24:29 -0500 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Sarah Park <[log in to unmask]> Subject: ALISE / UW Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0016e6d78470b2264204cc33c819" --0016e6d78470b2264204cc33c819 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable ALISE 2013: Call for Applications for the ALISE / University of Washington Information School Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award Deadline: November 1, 2012 Notification to Award Recipients: December 1, 2012 The ALISE Youth Services SIG seeks graduate student applications for the ALISE / University of Washington Information School Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award, which supports costs associated with travel to, and participation in, the 2013 ALISE Annual Conference in Seattle, WA. This award is open to students currently enrolled (at the time of the ALISE conference) in an LIS graduate program (including both doctoral and master’s studies) with a concentration in youth services, broadly defined to include materials and library/information services for children and young adults in both everyday life and library settings. Applicants must be members of the Youth Services SIG and must be actively participating in the 2013 ALISE conference (e.g., presenting a poster or a paper, serving as a member of a panel, interviewing for a faculty position). The award amount is $750, and an individual may only receive the award once. Additional information about the award is available at http://www.alise.org/Youth%20Services%20Graduate%20Student%20Travel%20Award Interested graduate students should submit an application which must include: (1) a letter (no more than one page, single-spaced) describing the individual’s interest and work in the youth services area; (2) evidence of participation (or submission to participate) in the upcoming conference (e.g., poster/paper/panel acceptance/application); and (3) a current CV. Applications will be adjudicated by a panel consisting of three members of the Youth Services SIG, selected and coordinated by the current year’s SIG chair(s). Applications for the 2012 ALISE / University of Washington Information School Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award should be submitted electronically (as attached PDF or Word file) no later than 11:59 p.m. on November 1, 2011 to ALISE Youth Services SIG Co-Chair, Sarah Park ([log in to unmask]). Results will be announced on or before Dec. 1. Dr. Sarah Park Assistant Professor St. Catherine University Master of Library and Information Science Program 2004 Randolph Ave. #4125 St. Paul, MN 55105 651-690-8791 -- Sarah Park, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of LIS St. Catherine University [log in to unmask] http://sarahpark.com 651.690.8791 --0016e6d78470b2264204cc33c819 Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

ALISE 2013: Call for Applications for the ALISE / University of Washington Information School Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award

 

Deadline: November 1, 2012

Notification to Award Recipients: December 1, 2012

 

The ALISE Youth Services SIG seeks graduate student applications for the

ALISE / University of Washington Information School Youth Services Graduate

Student Travel Award, which supports costs associated with travel to, and

participation in, the 2013 ALISE Annual Conference in Seattle, WA.

 

This award is open to students currently enrolled (at the time of the ALISE

conference) in an LIS graduate program (including both doctoral and master’s

studies) with a concentration in youth services, broadly defined to include

materials and library/information services for children and young adults in

both everyday life and library settings. Applicants must be members of the

Youth Services SIG and must be actively participating in the 2013 ALISE

conference (e.g., presenting a poster or a paper, serving as a member of a

panel, interviewing for a faculty position). The award amount is $750, and an

individual may only receive the award once. Additional information about the

award is available at http://www.alise.org/Youth%20Services%20Graduate%20Student%20Travel%20Award

 

Interested graduate students should submit an application which must include:

(1) a letter (no more than one page, single-spaced) describing the individual’s

interest and work in the youth services area; (2) evidence of participation (or

submission to participate) in the upcoming conference (e.g., poster/paper/panel

acceptance/application); and (3) a current CV. Applications will be adjudicated

by a panel consisting of three members of the Youth Services SIG, selected and

coordinated by the current year’s SIG chair(s).

 

Applications for the 2012 ALISE / University of Washington Information

School Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award should be submitted

electronically (as attached PDF or Word file) no later than 11:59 p.m. on

November 1, 2011 to ALISE Youth Services SIG Co-Chair, Sarah Park

([log in to unmask]). Results will be announced on or before Dec. 1.

 

Dr. Sarah Park

Assistant Professor

 

St. Catherine University

Master of Library and Information Science Program

2004 Randolph Ave. #4125

St. Paul, MN 55105

651-690-8791


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Sarah Park, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of LIS
St. Catherine University
[log in to unmask]
http://sarahpark.com
651.690.8791

--0016e6d78470b2264204cc33c819-- ========================================================================Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 19:50:17 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "White, Larry" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Recruiting for Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies - University at Buffalo In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_E299E47719EAAE43A59AD2E4C49E92FC1CA0ABA4CEMBCCR5itorgad_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_E299E47719EAAE43A59AD2E4C49E92FC1CA0ABA4CEMBCCR5itorgad_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Clarification: The Chair position is a 12 month position meaning the Chair serves in a year round capacity (as opposed to a standard faculty 9 or 10 month contract period). The position is a regular faculty appointment and not a short term position. Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies - University at Buffalo The Department of Library and Information Studies within the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo invites nominations and applications for the 12 month position of Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies, which will begin August 1, 2013. The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. What we seek… We seek a Chair that can strategically develop and lead the Department and its diverse stakeholders into the future through a shared vision that maximizes the Department’s strategic strengths, resources and opportunities. The ideal applicant: • Earned a doctorate in library and information science or a related discipline • Earned a MLS / MLIS if the doctorate is in a related discipline • Has a record of scholarship appropriate for appointment as an Associate or Full Professor with tenure in the University • Worked as a Chair, Associate Chair, Director, or similar administrative position which includes financial and human resource management • Has previous success in program development, strategic planning and assessment • Developed and managed outside funding • Completed accreditation processes successfully • Supported pre-tenured and tenured faculty in research development • Can advocate for the LIS program and its stakeholders • Communicates and collaborates effectively • Worked in both traditional and emerging technology curriculum delivery in education programs • Worked professionally in the LIS field Who we are… Our Department of Library and Information Studies has been continuously accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) since 1972 and enjoys strong stakeholder support from the community. We have 12 faculty and 4 staff positions that are responsible for the program and its delivery. We currently have 350 students in traditional and online course delivery seeking degrees with specializations in academic libraries, collection development, information organization, information technologies, reference, public libraries, school library media centers, and special libraries (including archives and museum studies, music, health sciences, law, and technical / corporate). We also offer the MLS - Library Media Specialist concentration, MLS/JD (Law) Dual Major, MLS/MA (music) Dual Major and an Advanced Studies Certificate. Our Master of Library Science (MLS) degree program has produced more than 3,600 graduates to date. The University at Buffalo (UB) is a flagship institution in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence and is a member of the Association of American Universities. Our research, creative activity and people positively impact the world. Like the city we call home, UB is distinguished by a culture of resilient optimism, resourceful thinking and pragmatic dreaming that enable us to reach others every day. The Buffalo-Niagara Falls region is teeming with four seasons of activities and events from arts, culture, and historical tourism to professional sports and environmental splendor. The City of Buffalo is consistently voted a top arts and culture destination. Moreover, Elmwood Village and Kenmore Village have been awarded top ten great neighborhoods by the American Planning Association. Ethnic and cultural diversity abound with the imprint of mass immigration of the nineteenth and twentieth century blending with twenty-first century’s newest immigrants. While we’re known for our snow, we also have the most sunshine of any northeastern city. To learn more about the opportunities of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area, visit http://www.buffalo.edu/about_ub/the-buffalo-niagara-region.html. For the full position profile and desired qualifications, please visit: (https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=178341). The Process… The Search Committee will accept nominations and applications until the position is filled. Nominations Please send nominations to the Search Committee Chair and include the nominee’s name, position, email address, and telephone number. Applications Please include the following application materials online at https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/Welcome_css.jsp: (1) a cover letter expressing interest in the position, (2) a complete vita, and (3) contact information for three professional references. Initial screening of completed applications will begin November 16, 2012 and continue until an appointment is made. Please send inquiries and nominations to: Dr. Larry Nash White, Search Committee Chair, 534 Baldy Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260. Phone: 716-645-1473 Email: [log in to unmask] Larry Nash White, PhD. Office: 524 Baldy Hall Email: [log in to unmask] | Office Phone: 716.645.1473 | Office Fax: 716.645.3775 | Mailing Address: 534 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260-1020 Professional Information | Department of Library and Information Studies | Graduate School of Education | University at Buffalo | Confidentiality Notice: This email transmission and any documents, files, or previous email messages attached to it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient, or a person responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any further review, disclosure, copying, dissemination, distribution, or use of any of the information contained in or attached to this email transmission is strictly prohibited. If you received this message in error, please notify the sender and destroy this message immediately. --_000_E299E47719EAAE43A59AD2E4C49E92FC1CA0ABA4CEMBCCR5itorgad_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="Windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Clarification: The Chair position is a 12 month position meaning the Chair serves in a year round capacity (as opposed to a standard faculty 9 or 10 month contract period). The position is a regular faculty appointment and not a short term position.

Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies - University at Buffalo

 

The Department of Library and Information Studies within the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo invites nominations and applications for the 12 month position of Chair of the Department of Library and Information Studies, which will begin August 1, 2013. The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

 

What we seek…

 

We seek a Chair that can strategically develop and lead the Department and its diverse stakeholders into the future through a shared vision that maximizes the Department’s strategic strengths, resources and opportunities.

 

The ideal applicant:

·       Earned a doctorate in library and information science or a related discipline

·       Earned a MLS / MLIS if the doctorate is in a related discipline

·       Has a record of scholarship appropriate for appointment as an Associate or Full Professor with tenure in the University

·       Worked as a Chair, Associate Chair, Director, or similar administrative position which includes financial and human resource management

·       Has previous success in program development, strategic planning and assessment

·       Developed and managed outside funding

·       Completed accreditation processes successfully

·       Supported pre-tenured and tenured faculty in research development

·       Can advocate for the LIS program and its stakeholders

·       Communicates and collaborates effectively

·       Worked in both traditional and emerging technology curriculum delivery in education programs

·       Worked professionally in the LIS field

 

Who we are…

Our Department of Library and Information Studies has been continuously accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) since 1972 and enjoys strong stakeholder support from the community. We have 12 faculty and 4 staff positions that are responsible for the program and its delivery. We currently have 350 students in traditional and online course delivery seeking degrees with specializations in academic libraries, collection development, information organization, information technologies, reference, public libraries, school library media centers, and special libraries (including archives and museum studies, music, health sciences, law, and technical / corporate). We also offer the MLS - Library Media Specialist concentration, MLS/JD (Law) Dual Major, MLS/MA (music) Dual Major and an Advanced Studies Certificate. Our Master of Library Science (MLS) degree program has produced more than 3,600 graduates to date. 

The University at Buffalo (UB) is a flagship institution in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence and is a member of the Association of American Universities. Our research, creative activity and people positively impact the world. Like the city we call home, UB is distinguished by a culture of resilient optimism, resourceful thinking and pragmatic dreaming that enable us to reach others every day.

 

The Buffalo-Niagara Falls region is teeming with four seasons of activities and events from arts, culture, and historical tourism to professional sports and environmental splendor.  The City of Buffalo is consistently voted a top arts and culture destination. Moreover, Elmwood Village and Kenmore Village have been awarded top ten great neighborhoods by the American Planning Association.  Ethnic and cultural diversity abound with the imprint of mass immigration of the nineteenth and twentieth century blending with twenty-first century’s newest immigrants. While we’re known for our snow, we also have the most sunshine of any northeastern city. To learn more about the opportunities of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area, visit http://www.buffalo.edu/about_ub/the-buffalo-niagara-region.html

For the full position profile and desired qualifications, please visit: (https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=178341).

 

The Process…

The Search Committee will accept nominations and applications until the position is filled.

 

Nominations

Please send nominations to the Search Committee Chair and include the nominee’s name, position, email address, and telephone number.

 

Applications

Please include the following application materials online at https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/Welcome_css.jsp: (1) a cover letter expressing interest in the position, (2) a complete vita, and (3) contact information for three professional references. Initial screening of completed applications will begin November 16, 2012 and continue until an appointment is made. 

 

Please send inquiries and nominations to:  Dr. Larry Nash White, Search Committee Chair, 534 Baldy Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260. 

Phone: 716-645-1473 Email: [log in to unmask]


 

 

 

Larry Nash White, PhD.   

Office: 524 Baldy Hall

 

Email: [log in to unmask] | Office Phone:  716.645.1473 | Office Fax: 716.645.3775 | Mailing Address: 534 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260-1020

Professional Information | Department of Library and Information Studies | Graduate School of Education | University at Buffalo |

 

Confidentiality Notice: This email transmission and any documents, files, or previous email messages attached to it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient, or a person responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any further review, disclosure, copying, dissemination, distribution, or use of any of the information contained in or attached to this email transmission is strictly prohibited. If you received this message in error, please notify the sender and destroy this message immediately.

 

--_000_E299E47719EAAE43A59AD2E4C49E92FC1CA0ABA4CEMBCCR5itorgad_-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 13:44:09 +0000 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Silvey, Donna Annette" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Unique UTK SIS Lecture Opportunity! X-To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "UTSIS-Advisory-Board ([log in to unmask])" <[log in to unmask]>, SIS Faculty & Staff <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6BAC4Bkmbx1utktenness_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6BAC4Bkmbx1utktenness_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences announces the Arlene G. Taylor Lecture for Wednesday November 7, 2012 Arlene G. Taylor, author of the text, The Organization of Information used for our 520 class, will be on campus presenting a lecture on Wednesday, November 7th. Her lecture is titled, "Controlled Vocabulary in the Age of Google? Really?" A light lunch will be provided to those arriving at 11:30 am. The lecture will begin at 12:15 pm in the Scripps Convergence Lab Theater. Off campus students and alumni are welcome to join us via Blackboard Collaborate. For instructions on how to join and reserve your connection, please RSVP to Cindy Lancaster at [log in to unmask]. RSVP no later than Monday November 5, 2012 to join this lecture via Blackboard Collaborate. "Dr. Taylor is a giant in our profession. Having her available for our students, faculty and alumni is an honor and a unique opportunity for any library and information science professional to develop their knowledge," said Dr. Ed Cortez, Professor and Director of the School of Information Sciences at UTK. For more details about Dr. Taylor and the lecture, please visit www.sis.utk.edu/taylorlecture. Donna A. Silvey Communications Specialist The University of Tennessee College of Communication & Information School of Information Sciences 451 Communications Bldg. 1345 Circle Park Drive Knoxville, TN 37996-0341 (865)974-6727 Email: [log in to unmask] --_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6BAC4Bkmbx1utktenness_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences announces the Arlene G. Taylor Lecture for Wednesday November 7, 2012

 

Arlene G. Taylor, author of the text, The Organization of Information used for our 520 class, will be on campus presenting a lecture on Wednesday, November 7th.  Her lecture is titled, “Controlled Vocabulary in the Age of Google?  Really?”

 

A light lunch will be provided to those arriving at 11:30 am.  The lecture will begin at 12:15 pm in the Scripps Convergence Lab Theater.

 

Off campus students and alumni are welcome to join us via Blackboard Collaborate.  For instructions on how to join and reserve your connection, please RSVP to Cindy Lancaster at [log in to unmask]. RSVP no later than Monday November 5, 2012 to join this lecture via Blackboard Collaborate.

 

“Dr. Taylor is a giant in our profession.  Having her available for our students, faculty and alumni is an honor and a unique opportunity for any library and information science professional to develop their knowledge,” said Dr. Ed Cortez, Professor and Director of the School of Information Sciences at UTK. 

 

For more details about Dr. Taylor and the lecture, please visit www.sis.utk.edu/taylorlecture.

 

 

Donna A. Silvey

Communications Specialist

The University of Tennessee

College of Communication & Information

School of Information Sciences

451 Communications Bldg.

1345 Circle Park Drive

Knoxville, TN  37996-0341

(865)974-6727

Email: [log in to unmask]

 

--_000_5FE06A768AB6794B801168ADD340BA920A6BAC4Bkmbx1utktenness_-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 09:18:06 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Ron Larsen <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Two Tenure-track Faculty Positions at Pitt MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0040_01CDAC48.5199F740" ------=_NextPart_000_0040_01CDAC48.5199F740 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit The School of Information Sciences (http://www.ischool.pitt.edu ) at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking candidates for two tenure track assistant professorships to start in the fall term of 2013. The primary areas of interest include: Information Assurance . Application and system security . Digital forensics . Trust, security, privacy Web Science . Data-intensive scholarship . Information visualization . Data mining . Semantic web . Web engineering The School is a top ranked information school (iSchool) offering a wide variety of multidisciplinary opportunities, including an undergraduate program (BSIS), Master's programs in information science (MSIS), telecommunications & networking (MST), library & information science (MLIS), and Ph.D. programs. The iSchool at Pitt emphasizes the synthesis of people, information and technology, and offers opportunities for research, instruction, and service spanning the diverse needs and interests of an information-intensive, multi-cultural, and increasingly digital society. The School is seeking candidates with a strong commitment to research as well as graduate and undergraduate education. Candidates who bridge disciplinary areas are specifically encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will demonstrate a strong interest and current awareness of the technological and cultural context in which their knowledge contributes to issues of contemporary society. A record of collaboration with other scholars is highly desirable. As the school offers an online degree program in addition to on-campus programs, candidates with complementary expertise and experience in educational technologies are encouraged to apply. Candidates applying for the position(s) are expected to hold an earned doctorate or the equivalent in academic or professional experience. Applicants should present a record of effective teaching, research, and related scholarly activities. Electronic applications should be sent to [log in to unmask] Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses (with e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references. For full consideration, applications must be received by December 15, 2012. Candidates attending the ASIS&T Conference in Baltimore, MD, are encouraged to send their curriculum vitae to [log in to unmask] by October 25 in order to schedule a preliminary interview at the conference. Interviews at other professional conferences, including ALISE and the iConference, can also be arranged. Appointment to these positions is subject to approval by the Provost of the University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh's industrial past has given way to an enterprising and vibrant present. Affordable living, world-class universities, distinctive neighborhoods, growing industries, and an abundance of leisure activities create a quality of life in Pittsburgh that is virtually unmatched. Pittsburgh is consistently ranked in Rand McNally's Top Ten Most Livable Cities in North America. The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer and strongly encourages women and candidates from under-represented minorities to apply. ------=_NextPart_000_0040_01CDAC48.5199F740 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The School of Information Sciences (http://www.ischool.pitt.edu) at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking candidates for two tenure track assistant professorships to start in the fall term of 2013. The primary areas of interest include:

 

Information Assurance

·         Application and system security

·         Digital forensics

·         Trust, security, privacy

 

Web Science

·         Data-intensive scholarship

·         Information visualization

·         Data mining

·         Semantic web

·         Web engineering

 

The School is a top ranked information school (iSchool) offering a wide variety of multidisciplinary opportunities, including an undergraduate program (BSIS), Master’s programs in information science (MSIS), telecommunications & networking (MST), library & information science (MLIS), and Ph.D. programs. The iSchool at Pitt emphasizes the synthesis of people, information and technology, and offers opportunities for research, instruction, and service spanning the diverse needs and interests of an information-intensive, multi-cultural, and increasingly digital society.  The School is seeking candidates with a strong commitment to research as well as graduate and undergraduate education.

 

Candidates who bridge disciplinary areas are specifically encouraged to apply.  Successful candidates will demonstrate a strong interest and current awareness of the technological and cultural context in which their knowledge contributes to issues of contemporary society.  A record of collaboration with other scholars is highly desirable. 

 

As the school offers an online degree program in addition to on-campus programs, candidates with complementary expertise and experience in educational technologies are encouraged to apply.

 

Candidates applying for the position(s) are expected to hold an earned doctorate or the equivalent in academic or professional experience. Applicants should present a record of effective teaching, research, and related scholarly activities. Electronic applications should be sent to [log in to unmask]. Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses (with e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references. For full consideration, applications must be received by December 15, 2012.

 

Candidates attending the ASIS&T Conference in Baltimore, MD, are encouraged to send their curriculum vitae to [log in to unmask] by October 25 in order to schedule a preliminary interview at the conference. Interviews at other professional conferences, including ALISE and the iConference, can also be arranged. Appointment to these positions is subject to approval by the Provost of the University of Pittsburgh.

 

Pittsburgh’s industrial past has given way to an enterprising and vibrant present. Affordable living, world-class universities, distinctive neighborhoods, growing industries, and an abundance of leisure activities create a quality of life in Pittsburgh that is virtually unmatched. Pittsburgh is consistently ranked in Rand McNally's Top Ten Most Livable Cities in North America.

 

The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer and strongly encourages women and candidates from under-represented minorities to apply.

 

 

------=_NextPart_000_0040_01CDAC48.5199F740-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 09:32:31 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: Ron Larsen <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Non-tenure stream faculty position at Pitt MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0050_01CDAC4A.54D4C500" ------=_NextPart_000_0050_01CDAC4A.54D4C500 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit The School of Information Sciences (http://www.ischool.pitt.edu ) at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking to fill a faculty position in Archives, Preservation, and Records management at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor (Non-tenure stream). The School is a top ranked information school (iSchool) offering a wide variety of multidisciplinary opportunities, including an undergraduate program (BSIS), Master's programs in information science (MSIS), telecommunications & networking (MST), library & information science (MLIS), and Ph.D. programs. The iSchool at Pitt emphasizes the synthesis of people, information and technology, and offers opportunities for research, instruction, and service spanning the diverse needs and interests of an information-intensive, multi-cultural, and increasingly digital society. The School is seeking candidates with a strong commitment to research as well as graduate and undergraduate education. We are looking for an experienced practitioner and mature scholar in the Archives, Preservation, and Records Management area who can demonstrate an understanding in APRM, specifically * Historical and contemporary archival theory and practice * Current standards and best practices surrounding appraisal, accessioning, arrangement, description, representation, manipulation, and preservation or records held in stewardship * The complexities of care presented by both analog and digital formats, and * US and international archival policy and traditions. We are also interested in someone who is comfortable with helping to lead our program into digital stewardship or curation in both research and teaching. The School is also searching for a new senior faculty member in digital stewardship, emphasizing digital preservation, science, technology, and society, and related matters. We expect the new APRM faculty member to be able to work with the other anticipated senior position. The new APRM faculty member is expected to be a liaison with the Pittsburgh regional archives community and regional and national professional associations. We expect candidates for this position to possess good experience in such community and professional work and to have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Our School has supported one of the leading APRM graduate programs in the United States for many years. We presently have three faculty members teaching in the APRM program, including a leading scholar in archival studies; an assistant professor working in science and technology studies, social and cultural theory, public and applied history, and archives; and a lecturer with a joint appointment in Art History and Architecture and focusing on archives and the digital humanities. We support a large number of doctoral students working in the APRM area, and our School has supplied a substantial number of faculty in this field. Candidates who bridge disciplinary areas are specifically encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will demonstrate a strong interest and current awareness of the technological and cultural context in which their knowledge contributes to issues of contemporary society. A record of collaboration with other scholars is highly desirable. As the school offers an online degree program in addition to on-campus programs, candidates with complementary expertise and experience in educational technologies are encouraged to apply (although there is no expectation of teaching APRM courses online). Candidates applying for the position(s) are expected to hold an earned doctorate or the equivalent in academic or professional experience. Applicants should present a record of effective teaching, research, and related scholarly activities. Electronic applications should be sent to [log in to unmask] Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses (with e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references. For full consideration, applications must be received by December 15, 2012. Candidates attending the ASIS&T Conference in Baltimore, MD, are encouraged to send their curriculum vitae to [log in to unmask] by October 25 in order to schedule a preliminary interview at the conference. Interviews at other professional conferences, including ALISE and the iConference, can also be arranged. Appointment to this position is subject to approval by the Provost of the University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh's industrial past has given way to an enterprising and vibrant present. Affordable living, world-class universities, distinctive neighborhoods, growing industries, and an abundance of leisure activities create a quality of life in Pittsburgh that is virtually unmatched. Pittsburgh is consistently ranked in Rand McNally's Top Ten Most Livable Cities in North America. The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer and strongly encourages women and candidates from under-represented minorities to apply. ------=_NextPart_000_0050_01CDAC4A.54D4C500 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The School of Information Sciences (http://www.ischool.pitt.edu) at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking to fill a faculty position in Archives, Preservation, and Records management at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor (Non-tenure stream).

 

The School is a top ranked information school (iSchool) offering a wide variety of multidisciplinary opportunities, including an undergraduate program (BSIS), Master’s programs in information science (MSIS), telecommunications & networking (MST), library & information science (MLIS), and Ph.D. programs. The iSchool at Pitt emphasizes the synthesis of people, information and technology, and offers opportunities for research, instruction, and service spanning the diverse needs and interests of an information-intensive, multi-cultural, and increasingly digital society.  The School is seeking candidates with a strong commitment to research as well as graduate and undergraduate education.

 

We are looking for an experienced practitioner and mature scholar in the Archives, Preservation, and Records Management area who can demonstrate an understanding in APRM, specifically

 

  • Historical and contemporary archival theory and practice
  • Current standards and best practices surrounding appraisal, accessioning, arrangement, description, representation, manipulation, and preservation or records held in stewardship
  • The complexities of care presented by both analog and digital formats, and
  • US and international archival policy and traditions.

 

We are also interested in someone who is comfortable with helping to lead our program into digital stewardship or curation in both research and teaching. The School is also searching for a new senior faculty member in digital stewardship, emphasizing digital preservation, science, technology, and society, and related matters. We expect the new APRM faculty member to be able to work with the other anticipated senior position.

 

The new APRM faculty member is expected to be a liaison with the Pittsburgh regional archives community and regional and national professional associations. We expect candidates for this position to possess good experience in such community and professional work and to have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

 

Our School has supported one of the leading APRM graduate programs in the United States for many years. We presently have three faculty members teaching in the APRM program, including a leading scholar in archival studies; an assistant professor working in science and technology studies, social and cultural theory, public and applied history, and archives; and a lecturer with a joint appointment in Art History and Architecture and focusing on archives and the digital humanities. We support a large number of doctoral students working in the APRM area, and our School has supplied a substantial number of faculty in this field.

 

Candidates who bridge disciplinary areas are specifically encouraged to apply.  Successful candidates will demonstrate a strong interest and current awareness of the technological and cultural context in which their knowledge contributes to issues of contemporary society.  A record of collaboration with other scholars is highly desirable. 

 

As the school offers an online degree program in addition to on-campus programs, candidates with complementary expertise and experience in educational technologies are encouraged to apply (although there is no expectation of teaching APRM courses online).

 

Candidates applying for the position(s) are expected to hold an earned doctorate or the equivalent in academic or professional experience. Applicants should present a record of effective teaching, research, and related scholarly activities. Electronic applications should be sent to [log in to unmask]. Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses (with e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references. For full consideration, applications must be received by December 15, 2012.

 

Candidates attending the ASIS&T Conference in Baltimore, MD, are encouraged to send their curriculum vitae to [log in to unmask] by October 25 in order to schedule a preliminary interview at the conference. Interviews at other professional conferences, including ALISE and the iConference, can also be arranged. Appointment to this position is subject to approval by the Provost of the University of Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh’s industrial past has given way to an enterprising and vibrant present. Affordable living, world-class universities, distinctive neighborhoods, growing industries, and an abundance of leisure activities create a quality of life in Pittsburgh that is virtually unmatched. Pittsburgh is consistently ranked in Rand McNally's Top Ten Most Livable Cities in North America.

 

The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer and strongly encourages women and candidates from under-represented minorities to apply.

 

------=_NextPart_000_0050_01CDAC4A.54D4C500-- ========================================================================Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 12:43:12 -0400 Reply-To: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> Sender: Open Lib/Info Sci Education Forum <[log in to unmask]> From: "Sheridan,Brenda" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: The iSchool, College of Information Science and Technology, Assistant Professor Michael Khoo and Doctoral Student Catherine Hall Earn Best Paper! X-To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_000_62AD2DDF324E6E46B863C4D3A7AB2D5513EB63C403EXMAIL1drexel_" MIME-Version: 1.0 --_000_62AD2DDF324E6E46B863C4D3A7AB2D5513EB63C403EXMAIL1drexel_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The iSchool, College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University, Assistant Professor Michael Khoo and Doctoral Student Catherine Hall Earn Best Paper A paper by iSchool Assistant Professor Michael Khoo and doctoral student Catherine Hall, titled "What Would 'Google' Do? Users' Mental Models of a Digital Library Search Engine," was awarded first place in the best paper competition at the September 2012, 2nd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2012, Cyprus). The paper will appear in Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes on Computer Science, Vol. 7489. Abstract from "What Would 'Google' Do? Users' Mental Models of a Digital Library Search Engine": A mental model is a model that people have of themselves, others, the environment, and the things with which they interact, such as technologies. Mental models can support the user-centered development of digital libraries: if we can understand how users perceive digital libraries, we can design interfaces that take these perceptions into account. In this paper, we describe a novel method for eliciting a generic mental model from users, in this case of a digital library's search engine. The method is based on a content analysis of users' mental representations of the system's usability, which they generated in heuristic evaluations. The content analysis elicited features that the evaluators thought important for the search engine. The resulting mental model represents a generic model of the search engine, rather than a clustering of individuals' mental models of the same search engine. The model includes a number of references to Web search engines as ideal models, but these references are idealistic rather than realistic. We conclude that users' mental models of Web search engines should not be taken at face value. The implications of this finding for digital library development and design are discussed. For more information, visit us at www.ischool.drexel.edu --_000_62AD2DDF324E6E46B863C4D3A7AB2D5513EB63C403EXMAIL1drexel_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

 

 

The iSchool, College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University,  Assistant Professor Michael Khoo and Doctoral Student Catherine Hall Earn Best Paper

 

A paper by iSchool Assistant Professor Michael Khoo and doctoral student Catherine Hall, titled “What Would ‘Google’ Do? Users’ Mental Models of a Digital Library Search Engine,” was awarded first place in the best paper competition at the September 2012, 2nd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2012, Cyprus). The paper will appear in Springer-Verlag  Lecture Notes on Computer Science, Vol. 7489.

 

Abstract from “What Would ‘Google’ Do? Users’ Mental Models of a Digital Library Search Engine”:

A mental model is a model that people have of themselves, others, the environment, and the things with which they interact, such as technologies. Mental models can support the user-centered development of digital libraries: if we can understand how users perceive digital libraries, we can design interfaces that take these perceptions into account. In this paper, we describe a novel method for eliciting a generic mental model from users, in this case of a digital library’s search engine. The method is based on a content analysis of users’ mental representations of the system’s usability, which they generated in heuristic evaluations. The content analysis elicited features that the evaluators thought important for the search engine. The resulting mental model represents a generic model of the search engine, rather than a clustering of individuals’ mental models of the same search engine. The model includes a number of references to Web search engines as ideal models, but these references are idealistic rather than realistic. We conclude that users’ mental models of Web search engines should not be taken at face value. The implications of this finding for digital library development and design are discussed.

 

For more information, visit us at www.ischool.drexel.edu

 

 

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