[Asis-l] Kent State SLIS at ASIS&T

Cunningham, Flo fcunning at kent.edu
Tue Oct 29 16:12:16 EDT 2013

Please excuse duplicate postings.

Kent State University School of Library and Information Science will be well represented at the 2013 ASIST Conference:

Assistant Professor Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., "The Concept Formerly Known as Information" (with Dr. Jenna Hartel, Karen Pollock, and Rebecca Noone, University of Toronto; Dr. Jens-Erik Mai, University of Copenhagen; Dr. Marcia Bates, University of California, Los Angeles)

Professor Marcia Lei Zeng, Ph.D., "Maximizing the Usage of Value Vocabularies in the Linked Data Ecosystem" (with Edward T. O'Neill and SLIS alumnus Jeff Mixter, OCLC Research; Maja Žumer, University of Ljubljana; Xia Lin, Drexel University)

Goodyear Professor of Knowledge Management Denise A.D. Bedford, Ph.D., "The Ten Commandments for Knowledge Behavior" (with Heather D. Pfeiffer, Akamai Physics, Inc.)

Professor Yin Zhang, Ph.D., presenting three posters, "Ebooks vs. Print Books: Readers' Choices and Preferences across Contexts" (with CCI doctoral student Sonali Kudva); "Library Catalog as a Tool for E-Book Discovery and Access in Patron-Driven Acquisition (PDA): A Case Study" (with Cristóbal Urbano, Universitat de Barcelona, visiting scholar from Spain; and Kay Downey and Tom Klingler from KSU Libraries); "Social Q&A vs. Library Virtual Reference: User Choices and Comparisons" (with Shengli Deng, Wuhan University, visiting scholar from China).

Also, be sure to visit us at the alumni reunion on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 6:30 p.m. See you there!

All the best,


Flo Cunningham
Marketing Communications and Public Relations Specialist
School of Library and Information Science
Kent State University
fcunning at kent.edu<mailto:fcunning at kent.edu>

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