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Modelling User Data Access Patterns as a Component of Archive Engineering

Posted October 13th, 2014

Title: Modelling User Data Access Patterns as a Component of Archive Engineering
Presenters: Bruce Barkstrom, NASA
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, October 10th 2014, 12 noon

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A Brief History of Interactive Information Retrieval Research

Posted October 6th, 2014

Title: A Brief History of Interactive Information Retrieval Research
Presenters: Nick Belkin, Distinguished Professor, School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, October 3rd 2014, 12 noon

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In Face on Facebook: Information Tactics and Technological Distributions of Power

Posted September 29th, 2014

Title: In Face on Facebook: Information Tactics and Technological Distributions of Power
Presenters: Dr. Jessa Lingel, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Microsoft Research New England
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, September 26th 2014, 12 noon

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How do place, community and information influence behaviors in the disabled?

Posted September 29th, 2014

Title: How do place, community and information influence behaviors in the disabled?
Presenters: Amelia Gibson, Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science at UNC
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, September 19th 2014, 12 noon

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Amelia Gibson

Action and Alignment–Using Collaborative Networks To Support Scholarly Communications

Posted September 15th, 2014

Title: Action and Alignment–Using Collaborative Networks To Support Scholarly Communications
Presenters: Dr. Katherine Skinner, executive director of Educopia
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, April 25th 2014, 12 noon

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Neuronal-activation Patterns and Search

Posted September 15th, 2014

Title: Neuronal-activation Patterns and Search
Presenters: Javed Mostafa, Professor, School of Information and Library Science at UNC
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, April 11th 2014, 12 noon

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NSF Innovations Corps (iCorps) program–Fostering entrepreneurship

Posted September 15th, 2014

Title: NSF Innovations Corps (iCorps) program–Fostering entrepreneurship
Presenters:

Arcot Rajasekar, Professor, School of Information and Library Science at UNC

Leesa Brieger, Senior Research Software Developer at  RENCI – Renaissance Computing Institute, UNC-Chapel Hill

Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, April 4th 2014, 12 noon

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A statistical approach to utilizing electronic health records

Posted September 15th, 2014

Title: A statistical approach to utilizing electronic health records
Presenters: Dr. Joe Lucas, Senior Director of Predictive Analytics at Quintiles
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, March 21st 2014, 12 noon

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Explaining Breakdowns in Political Communication: Digital, Data, Analytics, and the 2012 Presidential Campaign Cycle

Posted September 15th, 2014

Title: Explaining Breakdowns in Political Communication: Digital, Data, Analytics, and the 2012 Presidential Campaign Cycle
Presenters: Daniel Kreiss, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UNC
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, March 7th 2014, 12 noon

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Google Glass @ SILS

Posted September 15th, 2014

Title: Google Glass @ SILS
Presenters: Brad Hemminger, Associate Professor, School of Information and Library Science at UNC
Where: Manning Hall, Room 208
When: Friday, January 24th 2014, 12 noon

This is a document to save and share ideas for apps and projects for Google Glass, and in particular for the SILS Google Glass group. Please feel free to add your ideas to this document (ideas in “Proposed by Others” and development notes in “Development” section).

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