President's Reception Featuring Posters

Monday, October17, 18:30

 
Posters

  1. A Model of Information Behavior Based on Semantic Modeling Paulo Hideo Ohtoshi and Cláudio Gottschalg Duque, both of University of Brasilia, Brazil

  2. A Proof of Concept Personalized Music Player for Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease Marc Stoeckle and Luanne Freund, both of University of British Columbia, Canada

  3. A Study of Informal Communication Among Fishery Scientists Chia-Hsiang Chen and Hao-Ren Ke, both of National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

  4. A Study on the Academic and Research Impact of Shared Contents in Institutional Repositories in Related to Performance Indicators of University Rankings Hiroyuki Tsunoda, Tsurumi University, Japan; Yuan Sun and Masaki Nishizawa, both of National Institute of Informatics, Japan; and Xiaomin Liu, National Science Library, China

  5. An Exploration of Localness on Twitter During the 2012 U.S. Elections A.J. Million, University of Missouri; Bradley Wade Bishop, University of Tennessee; and Sean Goggins, University of Missouri

  6. Analysis of Chinese-English Mixed Language Query Reformulation Strategies and Patterns During Web Searching Hengyi Fu, Florida State University

  7. Are Self-Assessment of Search Ability and Performance Reliable?Chang Liu, Lu Zhang and Xiaoxuan Song, all of Peking University, China

  8. Character Interaction Network Analysis of Chinese Literary Work – A Preliminary Study Bikun Chen and Yuefen Wang, both of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China

  9. Children’s Eye-fixations on Google Search Results Dania Bilal, University of Tennessee; and Jacek Gwizdka, University of Texas

  10. Comparing Citation Characteristics Based on Reference Entries, In-text Citations and Essential Citations Chi-Shiou Lin, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

  11. Comparing Internal and External Interoperability of Digital Infrastructures Sarika K. Sharma and Steve Sawyer, both of Syracuse University

  12. Computational Thinking Is Critical Thinking: Connecting to University Discourse, Goals and Learning Outcomes Bill Kules, University of Maryland, College Park

  13. Deconstructing the Failure: Analyzing the Unanswered Questions within Educational Q&A Manasa Rath, University of Tennessee; and Chirag Shah, Rutgers University

  14. Developing Integrated Research Data Management Support in Close Relation to Doctoral Students’ Research Practices Jonas Fransson, Sara Kjellberg, Pablo Tapia and Madeleine du Toit, all of Malmö University, Sweden

  15. Digital Storytelling and Memory Institutions: A Case Study Using Activity Theory Brian Detlor, Maureen Hupfer and David Harris Smith, all of McMaster University, Canada

  16. Disambiguating Descriptions: Mapping Digital Special Collections Metadata into Linked Open Data Formats Jacob Jett, Myung-Ja Han and Timothy W. Cole, all of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  17. Do Medical Professionals Tag Images Differently from Non-Medical Professionals? An Implication of Retrieving User-Generated Images of Everyday Medical Situations Ming-Hsin Phoebe Chiu, Wei-Chung Cheng, Kai-Ying Chu, Chia-Chi Lin and Shing Yeung, all of National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

  18. Does Dirty Data Affect Google Scholar Citations?Güleda Doğan, İpek Şencan and Yaşar Tonta, all of Hacettepe University, Turkey

  19. E-inclusion or Digital Divide: An Integrated Model of Digital Inequality Biyang Yu and Ana Ndumu, Florida State University; Jiqun Liu, Peking University, China; and Zhenjia Fan, Nankai University, China

  20. Effects of Color of Book Cover and Typeface of Title and Author Name on Gaze Duration and Choice Behavior for Books: Evidence from an Eye-Tracking Experiment Shoko Nakahata, Emiko Sakamoto, Akiho Oda, Noriko Kobata and Sho Sato, all of Doshisha University, Japan

  21. Engaging Young Children in Visual Literacy InstructionIrene Lopatovska, Pratt Institute

  22. Examining Task Relationships in Multitasking Consumer Search Sessions: A Query Log Analysis Xiang Zhou, Pengyi Zhang and Jun Wang, all of Peking University, China

  23. Examining User Roles in Social Q&A: The Case of Health Topics in Zhihu.com Zhe Wang and Pengyi Zhang, both of Peking University, China

  24. Exploring Collective Tagging as a Mechanism to Elicit Language About Health Management Annie T. Chen, University of Washington; Rachel Carriere, EBSCO Information Services; Samantha J. Kaplan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Kelly Colht, University of Washington; Ophelia T. Morey, University at Buffalo; Mary Grace Flaherty, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Gail Brightmon Moser; Stacey L. Slager, University of Utah; and Cynthia Price, University of Washington

  25. Exploring Researchers’ Participation in Online Research Identity Management Systems Shuheng Wu, Queens College, City University of New York; Besiki Stvilia, Florida State University; and Dong Joon Lee, Texas A&M University

  26. Exploring Support for the Unconquerable Barriers in Information Seeking Yiwei Wang and Chirag Shah, both of Rutgers University

  27. Heuristic Evaluation of an Information Literacy Game Yan Ru Guo and Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, both of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

  28. Historical Bibliometric Analysis: A Case of the Journal of the Siam Society, 1972-1976 Chirabodee Tejasen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

  29. Homophily Effects on Diffusion of Ideas and Opinion Change: The Case of the Gezi Park Protests Ersin Dincelli, Yuan Hong and Nic DePaula, all of University at Albany

  30. How Do Scientists Determine Data Reusability? A Quasi-Experiment Think-Aloud Study Angela Patricia Murillo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  31. Indexing Quality and Effectiveness: An Exploratory Analysis of Electronic Theses and Dissertations Representation Daniel Gelaw Alemneh and Mark Phillips, both of University of North Texas

  32. Information Worth Spreading: An Exploration of Information Sharing from Social Q&A to Other Social Media Platforms Jiqun Liu, Peking University, China; and Yiwei Wang, Rutgers University

  33. Investigating Communication Hindrance in Interdisciplinary Collaboration: A Grounded Theory Approach Boryung Ju, Tao Jin and J. Brenton Stewart, all of Louisiana State University

  34. Investigating Perceptions and Support for Transparency and Openness in Research: Using Card Sorting in a Pilot Study with Academic Librarians Liz Lyon, Eleanor Mattern, Wei Jeng and Daqing He, all of University of Pittsburgh

  35. Learning by Design: Creating Knowledge Through Library Storytime Production J. Elizabeth Mills, Kathleen Campana and Rachel Ivy Clarke, all of University of Washington

  36. Library of Congress Subject Heading (LCSH) Browsing and Natural Language Searching Charles-Antoine Julien, Banafsheh Asadi, Jesse David Dinneen and Fei Shu, all of McGill University

  37. Mapping the UK Information Workforce in the Library, Archives, Records, Information Management, Knowledge Management and Related Professions Hazel Hall and Robert Raeside, both of Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom

  38. Newcomers from the Other Side of the Globe: International Students’ Local Information Seeking During Adjustment Chi Young Oh and Brian S. Butler, both of University of Maryland

  39. Opinions and Use of Mobile Information Technology Among Older People in Northern Finland – Preliminary Results of Population Based Study Heidi Päivyt Karoliina Enwald, University of Oulu and Åbo Akademi University, Finland; Maarit Kangas and Niina Keränen, both of University of Oulu, Finland; Raija Korpelainen, University of Oulu, Finland, and Oulu Deaconess Institute, Finland; Isto Huvila, Åbo Akademi University, Finland, and Uppsala University, Sweden; and Timo Jämsä, University of Oulu, Finland

  40. Perceptions of Accessibility and Usability by Blind or Visually Impaired Persons: A Pilot Study Shannon M. Tomlinson, Rutgers University

  41. Personality and Information Behavior in Web Search Thomas Schmidt and Christian Wolff, both of University of Regensburg, Germany

  42. Pineapple Search: An Integrated Search Interface to Support Finding, Refinding and Sharing Martynas Buiyvas, University of Glasgow, Scotland; and Leif Azzopardi, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

  43. Piracy, Public Access and Preservation: An Exploration of a Sustainable Accessibility in a Public Torrent Index John D. Martin III, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  44. "Push a Badly Built Cart with Bumpy Wheels Along a Marshy Meadow" or A Short Tale on the Importance of Information Science Isabella Peters, ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Germany; and Agnes Mainka, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany

  45. Quality Over Time: A Longitudinal Quantitative Analysis of Metadata Change in RDA-based MARC Bibliographic Records Representing Video Resources Oksana Zavalina, Vyacheslav Zavalin and Shawne Miksa, all of University of North Texas

  46. Red Flags in Data: Learning from Failed Data Reuse Experiences Ayoung Yoon, Indiana University Purdue University

  47. Reflections on the Use of Participatory Mapping to Study Everyday Health Information Seeking by LGBTQ Youth Luanne Freund, Blake W. Hawkins and Elizabeth Saewyc, all of University of British Columbia, Canada

  48. Representation of Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiian) Culture: A Case of Hula Dance Lala Hajibayova, Kent State University

  49. Research Data Services in European and North American Libraries: Current Offerings and Plans for the Future Carol Tenopir, Danielle Pollock, Suzie Allard and Dane Hughes, all of University of Tennessee

  50. Research Trends in Mothers’ Health Information Seeking Behaviors: A Review of the Literature Hanseul Stephanie Lee, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  51. Rough Co-citation as a Measure of Relationship to Expand Co-citation Networks for Scientific Paper Searches Masaki Eto, Gakushuin Women’s College, Japan

  52. Scholarly Communication and Practices in the World of Metrics: An Exploratory Study Lai Ma and Michael Ladisch, both of University College Dublin, Ireland

  53. Sentiment Analysis and Topic Extraction of the Twitter Network of #Prayforparis Miyoung Chong, University of North Texas

  54. Shopping for Sources: An Everyday Information Behavior Exploration of Grocery Shoppers’ Information Sources Melissa Ocepek, University of Texas at Austin

  55. "Shorts Last Sunday, Snow Pants Today": Delving Into the Information Values of Immigrant and Expatriate Users of Twitter Alyssa Hyduk and Adam Worrall, both of University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

  56. Supporting the Modern Research Workflow Ekatarina Grguric, Hilary Davis and Bret Davidson, all of NCSU Libraries

  57. Survey on the Demands for Chemistry Research Data Publication Ming Wu and Xiujuan Chen, both of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

  58. The Co-First and Co-Corresponding Author Phenomenon in the Pharmacy and Anesthesia Journals Mu-hsuan Huang, Hsiao-Ting Hsieh and Chi-Shiou Lin, all of National Taiwan University, Taiwan

  59. The Joy of Being a Book: Benefits of Participation in the Human Library Brian Dobreski and Yun Huang, both of Syracuse University

  60. The Retrieval of Moving Images at Spanish Film Archives: The Oversight of Content Analysis Rubén Domínguez-Delgado and María-Ángeles López-Hernández, both of University of Seville, Spain

  61. The Role of Information in the Settlement Experiences of Refugee Students Saguna Shankar, Heather O’Brien, Elissa How, Wendy Lu, Millicent Mabi and Cecilia Rose, all of University of British Columbia, Canada

  62. Towards a Seamless Multilingual Semantic Web: A Study on Constructing a Cross-Lingual Ontology Yi-Yun Cheng and Hsueh-Hua Chen, both of National Taiwan University, Taiwan

  63. Translocal Meaning Making: Reimaging the Information Practices of Migrants from the Philippines to Winnipeg Danielle Allard, University of Manitoba, Canada

  64. Understanding Scientific Data Sharing Outside of the Academy Danielle Pollock, University of Tennessee

  65. Understanding the Needs of Scholars in a Contemporary Publishing Environment Katrina Fenlon, Maria Bonn, Harriett Green, Chris Maden, Aaron McCollough and Megan Senseney, all of University of Illinois

  66. Using Low-cost Electroencephalography (EEG) Sensor to Identify Perceived Relevance on Web Search Roberto I. González-Ibáñez, Maria Escobar-Macaya and Manuel Manriquez, all of Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile

  67. Walk1916: Exploring How a Mobile Walking Tour App Can Provide Value for Lams Amber L. Cushing and Benjamin Cowan, both of University College Dublin, Ireland

  68. What Are We Talking About When We Talk About (Organizational) Sustainability of Digital Archives, Repositories and Libraries?Kristin Eschenfelder, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kalpana Shankar, University College Dublin, Ireland; and Rachel Williams, Allison Langham, Dorothea Salo and Mei Zhang, all of University of Wisconsin-Madison

  69. What Do Users See When Health Information with Different Levels Of Sensitivity Is Presented on Facebook?: Preliminary Findings with Eye Tracking Techniques Sue Yeon Syn, Catholic University of America

  70. What Makes Online News Interesting? Personal and Situational Interest and the Effect on Behavioral Intentions Heather O’Brien and Jocelyn McKay, both of University of British Columbia, Canada

  71. What Social Media Data Should I Use in My Research?: A Comparative Analysis of Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, and the New York Times Comments Dongho Choi, Ziad Matni and Chirag Shah, all of Rutgers University

  72. Which Team Benefits from Collaboration?: Investigating Collaborative Information Seeking Using Personal and Social Contextual Signals Dongho Choi, Chirag Shah and Vivek Singh, all of Rutgers University