[Asis-l] ASIST Genre Panel Discussion
jan at db.dk
Sat Nov 3 12:52:12 EDT 2007
I am very happy to see that genre theory in recent years has moved into LIS. May I, in all modesty, direct your attention to my chapter on genre in the recent/forthcoming volume of ARIST vol. 42, 2008 (http://asis.org/Publications/ARIST/vol42.php).
All the best
Lektor, ph.d./Associate Professor, PhD
Royal School of Library and Information Science
DK-2300 København S
Tel +45 32 58 60 66
Direkte +45 32 34 13 62
E-mail: jan at db.dk
Fra: asis-l-bounces at asis.org på vegne af Rosso, Mark
Sendt: fr 02-11-2007 16:40
Til: asis-l at asis.org
Emne: [Asis-l] ASIST Genre Panel Discussion
The panel members of last week's ASIST panel discussion, ''Towards the Use of Genre to Improve Search in Digital Libraries: Where Do We Go from Here?'' would like to thank the many attendees for their interest and enthusiasm. Audience participation was so abundant that moderator Stephanie Haas was only able to make it through two of her nine questions during the 90 minute session!
Although our research agenda was not advanced as we had hoped, many interesting points and challenges were brought to light.
Given the success of the discussion, the panel would like to consider developing another panel session on genre for a future conference. Consistent with our user-centered approach to genre, we would like to ask the attendees, and potential future attendees, what topics they would like to see in a future panel session.
Please email me at mrosso at nccu.edu, and I will forward your comments on to the panel.
Mark Rosso, Ph.D.
Computer Information Systems
School of Business
North Carolina Central University
2007 ASIS&T Annual Meeting
Joining Research and Practice: Social Computing
and Information Science,
October 19-24, in Milwaukee
Plenaries: Anthea Stratigos, Outsell (research and advisory firm)
Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information
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