ILS Doctoral Student Research Forum 2013

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Dr. Ying Ding, Director of the ILS Ph.D. in Information Science program, has announced the schedule for this year’s Doctoral Research Forum. ILS doctoral students both host and present at this annual event. This year’s forum will be held on October 12, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:40 p.m.

Dr. Caroline Haythornthwaite (Director and Professor, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at The University of British Columbia) will be the guest speaker. Her talk is titled: “Research in E-Learning, Learning Networks and Learning Analytics.”

The doctoral students scheduled to speak and the titles of their talks are:

  • Muhammad Abdul-Mageed Social Media Mining with Natural Language Processing: Challenges & Initial Solutions
  • Gary Arave
    Introduction to Metadata: A Prototype for Pedagogically Based Online Instruction
  • Elli E. Bourlai
    Multi-Modal Communication on Tumblr: ‘I have so many feels!’
  • Bradford Demarest
    Modeling Epistemic Communities in Political Sub-Reddits
  • Chun Guo
    App Life Cycle Characterization and Prediction
  • Peter A. Hook
    Longitudinal Study of the Syndetic Structure of the Course-Subject Canon of the Domain of Law (1931-2012): Using Networks to Visualize Thesauri
  • Madelyn R. Sanfilippo
    The Impact of Context on Perception of Trolling
  • Grant Leyton Simpson
    Mutual Shaping of Technical Capability and AestheticValues in the Early History of Digital Humanities
  • Guo Zhang
    In-game marriage and computer-mediated collaboration: An exploratory study of Audition

Posted October 02, 2013