SRS 2011 - Shannon Crawford Barniskis

SOIS Student Resesarch Symposium 2011 Saturday, November 12, 2011 UWM Libraries, 4th Floor Conference Room 9:30 - 3:00 PM Please join us for the 2011 SOIS Research Symposium. SOIS students will showcase their research work at the Student Research Symposium. The event offers students an outlet to display projects and work done inside as well as outside the classroom. By developing poster presentations, students get a good feel for how a professional conference works while benefiting from the small, comfortable atmosphere at SOIS. The event is open to all students! 9:30-10:-00 Light Refreshments 10:00 Welcome - Interim Dean Dietmar Wolfram 10:20-10:40 Tina J. Jayroe - A Humble Servant: The Work of Helen L. Brownson and the Early Years of Information Science Research 10:45-11:05 Kelly Meadow - Search Quality and WebScale Discovery: A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis 11:10-11:30 Edward Benoit, III - Social Tagging on the Commons on Flickr: Comparing the Library of Congress with the Remaining Institutions 11:35-11:45 Bruce Evan Langley - Using the Cloud in Preserving Born Digital Multimedia User Content 11:50-12:10 Rachael Short - Does the Analysis of Items Requested through Interlibrary Loan Reveal Collection Gaps? 12:15-1:00 Lunch 1:00-1:20 Claudia Melton - Commoditized Information in Academic and Public Libraries 1:25-1:45 Wendy Rondeau - The Life and Times of Aboutness: An Analysis of Aboutness in LIS Literature 1:50-2:10 Shannon Crawford Barniskis - Graffiti, Poetry, Dance: How Public Library Art Programs Affect Teens 2:15-2:35 Tyler Scott Smith - Children’s Literature and Cultural Ways of Knowing: Afrocentric Ideology in Marilyn Shearer’s Tales: Snow White in Africa? 3:00 Closing - Dr. Laretta Henderson


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