Find the iSchool at iConference!

Faculty, alumni and PhD candidates from the Florida State University’s School of Information (FSU iSchool) will attend and present at the iConference 2017, in Wuhan, China March 22-25. The conference theme is: Effect-Expand-Evolve: Global collaboration across the Information Community. The conference will bring together information scholars, researchers and professionals from around the world to share in high-quality research presentations.

Here’s where you can find FSU faculty, students and alumni at the conference:

Juried Poster Session Thurs, March 23 5:00 – 6:30PM

  • FSU iSchool faculty Besiki Stvilia; alumni Dong Joon Lee (Texas A&M University) and Shuheng Wu (Queens College, The City University of New York). Studying Service and Metadata Models of Research Information Management Systems
  • FSU iSchool faculty Shuyuan Mary Ho and FSU iSchool doctoral candidate Cheryl Lynn Booth. Does the Cloud have a Silver Lining? Privacy Concerns and Perceived Risk in Cloud Technology Adoption
  • FSU iSchool faculty Gary Burnett and Sanghee Oh, FSU iSchool alumus Jongwook Lee (Kongju National University, Korea) and iSchool doctoral candidate Fang Wang A Framework for Studying Motivations for Self-archiving on Academic Social Network Sites
  • FSU iSchool alumna Annette Goldsmith (University of Washington Information School). Why We Need More Translated Children’s Books from China: Addressing the One-Way Street of Translation in the United States
  • FSU iSchool alumna Ji Hei Kang (Dongduk Women’s University, Korea). Interoperable Data Science at iSchools—How Do iSchools Expand Their Horizons?

Preliminary Papers 4: March 24 8:30 – 10:30AM

  • FSU iSchool doctoral candidate Hengyi Fu. Categorization of Musicology Questions from Community-based Q&A Site using Latent Dirichlet Allocation

Preliminary Papers 9: Friday, March 24   3:30 – 5:00PM 

  • FSU iSchool faculty Gary Burnett. Knowledge Creation, Qualitative Methods

Colloquium Saturday, March 25 8:30 -12:00 PM

  • FSU iSchool faculty Kathy Burnett. Early Career Colloquium