[Asis-l] ASIS&T SIG-USE Symposium Final Schedule - Nov 2 2013

Beth L St Jean bstjean at umd.edu
Sat Oct 19 01:55:17 EDT 2013

Please join us in Montreal, Canada for the ASIS&T SIG-USE Symposium! To register, please visit http://www.asist.org/asist2013/register.html.

Date: November 2, 2013 (Saturday)

Time: 1:30 to 6:30 PM

Symposium Co-Chairs: Mega Subramaniam & Beth St. Jean, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

Theme: Information Behavior on the Move: Information Needs, Seeking, and Use in the Era of Mobile Technologies.


1:30-1:45: Welcome and introduction by Denise Agosto (Drexel University), Beth St. Jean (University of Maryland) and Mega Subramaniam (University of Maryland)

1:45-2:30: "Expertise on the Move": Keynote presentation by Dr. Caroline Haythornthwaite, Director and Professor of the School of Library, Archival & Information Studies, University of British Columbia (Dr. Haythornthwaite's bio and an abstract of her presentation is available at: http://www.asis.org/asist2013/seminars_workshops_SIG_USE.html)

2:30-2:45: Break

2:45-3:20: Small group discussions

3:20-4:10: First round of Ignite talks

    Information Behavior as Shared Experience in Mobile Interactions
Rafa Absar, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Heather O'Brien, Assistant Professor
iSchool, University of British Columbia

Digital Inclusion Survey
Renee Bennett-Kapusniak, PhD student
Hye Jung Han, PhD student
Dr. Wooseob Jeong, Interim Dean-Associate Professor
School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

"The file is dead!": How Mobile Devices and Cloud Computing are Changing PIM
Robert Capra, Assistant Professor
School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Credibility Assessment of Online Resources and Perceived Quality of Mobile Applications
Wonchan Choi, PhD Student
College of Communication and Information, Florida State University

Libraries on the Move: the Public Library in Social Space
Lorri Mon, Associate Professor
College of Communication & Information, Florida State University

A Boundary-Centric Approach to Studying Mobile Information Sharing
Adam Worrall, Doctoral Candidate
College of Communication and Information, Florida State University

4:10-4:20: Break

4:20-5:10: Second round of Ignite talks

Playing the Neighborhood: Learning, Game Design and Mediated Storytelling While on the Move
Ingrid Erickson, Assistant Professor
Department of Library and Information Science, Rutgers University

Mapping Multidimensional Literacies in Informal Learning Environments
Katie DeVries Hassman, PhD Student
Syracuse University School of Information Studies

Information Behaviour Captured by Study Participants' Mobile Phones
Safirotu Khoir, PhD Candidate
Jia Tina Du, Lecturer
Andy Koronios, Head of School
School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, University of South Australia

Methods for Movement: Capturing Compelling Mobile Data with Voicemail Diaries
Rachel M. Magee, Doctoral Candidate

College of Computing and Informatics, Drexel University

HackHealth: Engaging Youth in Health-Related Information Seeking, Sharing, and Use
Beth St. Jean, Assistant Professor
Mega Subramaniam, Assistant Professor
Rebecca Follman, Doctoral Student
Natalie Greene Taylor, Doctoral Student
Gary Goldberg, Master's Student
College of Information Studies, University of Maryland
Dana Casciotti, Program Analyst, Office of Health Information Programs Development,
National Library of Medicine (NLM)

Information Behavior Beyond the Office Doorway and Back
Leslie Thomson, PhD Student

School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

5:10-5:45: Small group discussion

5:45-6:15: Presentations and awards

*      Presentation of the 2013 Elfreda A. Chatman Research Award

*      Research presentation by the 2012 winners of the Elfreda A. Chatman Research Award: Joung Hwa "Joy" Koo, Yong Wan Cho, & Melissa Gross, College of Communication and Information, Florida State University - Is Ignorance Really Bliss?: Understanding the Role of Information-Seeking in Coping with Severe Traumatic Stress among Refugees

*      Presentation of 2013 SIG-USE awards

6:15-6:30: Wrap-up: Large group discussion and evaluations of the Symposium - Rong Tang (Simmons College)

Fees: SIG-USE Members $125; ASIS&T Members $135; Non-members $150. To register for the Symposium, please visit http://www.asist.org/asist2013/register.html

We hope to see you there!

Best wishes,
 Mega Subramaniam & Beth St. Jean

2013 ASIS&T SIG-USE Symposium Co-Chairs

Beth St. Jean
Assistant Professor
College of Information Studies
University of Maryland, College Park
(301) 405-6573

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