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Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho (2013 FYAP Grant Winner)- Research Project Information

April 9, 2013

Title: “Identity Deception and Detection in Computer-Mediated Communications” Abstract: Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho’s proposed research is a continuation of her previous research on trustworthiness attribution in virtual organizations.  Her current work, based on the social psychology theory of attribution, has uncovered the important finding that information behavior can be used to identify scenarios where members […]

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Dr. Richard Urban (2013 FYAP Grant Winner)- Research Project Information

April 9, 2013

Title: “Representation Patterns for Cultural Heritage” Abstract: The World Wide Web has been an extremely successful way to share documents on a global scale, yet it contains an important flaw.  Documents on the Web can only be associated through hyperlinks that hide the relationships among them.  Although documents may contain a great deal of information, […]

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LIS luminary Wedgeworth presents “Size Matters: iSchools & Other LIS Programs,” at FSU-SLIS on April 10

April 2, 2013

The School of Library & Information Studies at The Florida State University proudly invites you to a presentation by Robert Wedgeworth, “Size Matters: iSchools & Other LIS Programs,” Wed., April 10. The event is co-sponsored by University Libraries and the Friends of the FSU Libraries. RENOWNED LEADER. Highly recognized as a leading librarian, library educator […]

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SLIS doc student Choi research selected by ACM Computer-Human Interaction SIG for Paris conference

March 10, 2013

A paper by SLIS doctoral student Wonchan Choi has been selected by the juried Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group in Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI) 2013 Student Research Competition for their annual conference, Paris, April 27-May 2. “What Makes Online Health Information Credible for Older Adults?: A Exploratory Study” examines cues to increases and […]

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Mardis bringing STEM solutions to school librarians

February 26, 2013

Dr. Marcia Mardis, assistant professor at the School of Library and Information Studies, was featured once again on UpNext, the official blog of the Institute of Museum and Library Studies, in her role as principal investigator of the Digital Libraries to School Libraries (DL2SL) project. The project offers solutions for school librarians, who are pressed […]

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SLIS doc student Plato Smith II selected by NSF as early career scholar

February 6, 2013

FSU School of Library & Information Studies doctoral student Plato L. Smith II was chosen by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a leading American early career scholar to be invited to its “Early Career Strategic Visioning Workshop” for EarthCube last October at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C. “We were very happy […]

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Florida's iSchool at ALISE 2013

January 22, 2013

Are you going to ALISE 2013 in Seattle? Here are some of the places where you can find Florida State University faculty, staff, alumni, and students: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 8:30 – 10 a.m.- SIG Program: Doctoral Students: Surviving the Pre-Tenure Years Conveners: Lenese Colson (doctoral student, Florida State University) – Menzies Suite – Grand Hyatt […]

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Gary Burnett and Julia Skinner selected for 2013 ALISE Featured Presentation

January 17, 2013

Professor Gary Burnett and doctoral student Julia Skinner of the FSU School of Library & Information Studies have been selected for a “Featured Presentation” at the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) 2013 Annual Conference in Seattle, WA. Their panel presentation “Questions Are Never Neutral: Examining the Occupy and Tea Party Movements as […]

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SLIS doctoral team chosen for iConference 2013 Social Media Expo

January 8, 2013

The FSU School of Library & Information Studies (SLIS) would like to congratulate a team of its doctoral students who have been selected to compete in the inaugural Social Media Expo at iConference 2013, Feb. 12-15. Laura Spears, Nathaniel Ramos, Jr. and Jisue Lee have received a $3,000 award from conference sponsor Microsoft Research to […]

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SLIS research ‘Author-team diversity and the impact on scientific publications’ published in LISR

December 5, 2012

A research article from FSU-SLIS faculty Charles C. Hinnant, Besiki Stvilia, Gary Burnett, Kathleen Burnett, Michelle M. Kazmer, Paul F. Marty, and doctoral students Shuheng Wu and Adam Worrall was published in “Library & Information Science Research,” a cross-disciplinary refereed journal. “Author-team diversity and the impact of scientific publications: Evidence from physics research at a […]

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