Faculty, students and alumni of the Florida State University School of Information: Florida’s iSchool, are attending and presenting at the 2016 ASIS&T (Association for Information Science & Technology) Annual Meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark October 14-18. Here’s where you can find them at the conference:
Panel Sessions – Sunday, October 16
Everest 3. Lorri Mon, Florida State University, Rong Tang, Jamshid Beheshti, Yuelin Li, Danielle Pollock, Chaoqun Ni, Samuel Chu, Lu Xiao, Julia Caffrey and Steven Gentry. Needs Assessment of ASIS&T Publications: Bridging Information Research and Practice
Everest 2. Sanghee Oh, Florida State University, Kaitlin L. Costello, Annie T. Chen and Barbara M. Wildemuth. Qualitative Methods for Studying Health Information Behaviors
Panel Sessions – Monday, October 17
Everest 2. Bradley Bishop, Carolyn Hank – University of Tennessee. Data Curation Profiling of Biocollections
Loire. Adam Worrall School of Library and Information Studies University of Alberta Edmonton, AB, Canada Devon Greyson, Anabel Quan-Haase and Nicole Cooke Digital Sociology and Information Science Research
Monday, October 17 – President’s Reception & Poster Session – Everest Ballroom
Hengyi Fu, FSU School of Information. Analysis of Chinese-English Mixed Language Query Reformulation Strategies and Pattern. During Web Searching.
Besiki Stvilia, FSU School of Information, Shuheng Wu, Queens College, City University of New York, and Dong Joon Lee, Texas A&M University. Exploring Researchers’ Participation in Online Research Identity Management Systems.
Biyang Yu and Ana Ndumu, FSU School of Information; Jiqun Liu, Peking University, China; and Zhenjia Fan, Nankai University, China. E-inclusion or Digital Divide: An Integrated Model of Digital Inequality.
Adam Worrall and Alyssa Hyduk University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. “Shorts Last Sunday, Snow Pants Today”: Delving Into the Information Values of Immigrant and Expatriate Users of Twitter.
Dania Bilal, University of Tennessee; and Jacek Gwizdka, University of Texas. Children’s Eye-fixations on Google Search Results.
Bradley Wade Bishop, University of Tennessee; A.J. Million and Sean Goggins. University of Missouri. An Exploration of Localness on Twitter During the 2012 U.S. Elections.
SIG USE (Information Needs, Seeking & Use) 2015-2016
Gary Burnett, Chair
Kyungwon Koh, Communications
Nicole Alemanne, Membership