2013 Student Research

Doaa Elpery
Automation of libraries in South Valley University in Egypt
Doaa Elpery & SHaban Khalifa
Development to periodicals in libraries of colleges in two Egyptian Universities
Emma Molls
Open Access as Application: A Model for Graduate Courses at SOIS
Jihee Beak
Emotion-centered model of children’s book selection behaviors and metadata
Mary Johnston
Evaluating the search features and design of the visual catalogue VisualDx
Anastasia Hanson
Cloud computing in the library context
Anthony Ferrari
A new age: Social business
Babajide Ajibade
Hidden Dangers of Cloud Computing
Blong Yang
How mobile technology is changing the business world
Curt Klotz
Mobile technology: Asset and hindrance
John Nook
Social business models: The future of corporate social responsibility
Karl Gratke
Virtual desktop infrastructure: Savings with a virtual desktop
Logan Kennelly
Mobile technology: Is mobile technology driving young people to an early grave?
Matthew Her
Mobile Technology: Ipads/Tablets, Gett’em or Get Rid of ‘em
Natalie DeJonghe
To See and Be Seen: Examining differences between patron perception of librarians and librarian self-perception
Nicole May
Discovering Regalos: A case study of Notre Dame Middle School
Elizabeth Goodrich
Documenting the ephemeral: An exploration of the Performing Arts Archive
Emma Molls & Kadie Seitz
A Case Study of Labor Collections at Selected Milwaukee and Madison Area Libraries]
Karen Pundsack
Hennepin County Outreach Services: An Award-winning Service Model Bringing the Library to the Community
Soohyung Joo
How Do Users’ Search Tactic Selections Influence Search Outputs in Exploratory Search Tasks?
Susan Garwood
Technology in the library: A barrier to access for senior users

2012 Student Research

Hye Jung Han
Usability Study on Mobile Academic Library Web Sites
Kyle Vanderkin
Watson in the Library: IBM’s DeepQA and the Future of Information Retrieval
Adriana McCleer
Dismantling Tucson Unified School District’s Mexican American Studies Program: A Literature Review and Critical Analysis
Tina J. Jayroe
Enriching Digital Objects using Crowdsourced and Traditional Metadata for Knowledge Discovery
Wendy Rondeau
The Life-World in the Library's Backroom: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study of the Indexer's Lived Experience of Aboutness Determination
Carol Sabbar
When Language Causes Shifts: A Study of Shifts in Information-Seeking Strategies in Scholarly Research
Chunsheng Huang
Users’ Features of Image Similarities

2011 SLIS/SOIS Research Forum

Suyu Lin, PhD Student
A Comparative Study on Institutional Repository (IR): Comparing the U.S. and Taiwan
Troy Espe, Graduate Student
E-Allies: How Libraries and Newspapers Can Align in the Information Age
Karen Davies, Assistant Prof.
The Skills and Knowledge Required by Health Information Professionals in the USA
Catherine Arnott Smith, Assistant Prof.
Kristin Eschenfelder, Associate Prof. Public Libraries as Financial Literacy Providers
Jihee Beak, PhD Student
Comparison of LC subject headings and LibraryThing tags in GLBTQ YA fiction
Shannon Crawford Barniskis, Graduate Student
Graffiti, Poetry, Dance: How Public Library Art Programs Affect Teens
Nathan R. Johnson, PhD Student
Passing the ACID Test: Rhetorics of Web Standardization
Dalal Albudaiwi, PhD Student
The Impact of the Internet on the Islamic Society: A Discussion of the Ethical Dilemmas
Tom Walker, Associate Prof.
Celsus: A Library Architecture Wiki
Marta L. Magnuson, PhD Student
SOIS Aligning Technology with Learning Objectives: Student use of Glogster to Summarize and Critique Academic Journal Articles
Lucy Kelly, Graduate Student
SOIS Tracking the Effects of Mortgage Foreclosure on Communities in the United States
Toni Streckert, Graduate Student
SLIS Developing Community Partnerships, and Special Collections: A Key to Surviving Hard Times in Public Libraries
Soohyung Joo & Chunsheng Huang, PhD Students
SOIS System Analysis of Digital Libraries: A Practical Manual for Digital Collection Development Projects
Jim Schultz, Undergraduate Student & IT Staff
SOIS To the Cloud! Wait . . . It can’t be THAT easy.
Margaret E I Kipp, Assistant Prof. & Kun Lu, PhD Student
SOIS Retrieval Effectiveness of Tags and Author Keywords
Margaret E I Kipp, Assistant Prof. & Soohyung Joo, PhD Student
SOIS Semantic Structure of Consumer Health Information Web Resources Tagged on Delicious.com
Kristin Eschenfelder, Associate Prof. & Andrew Johnson, Graduate Student
SLIS The Limits of Data Sharing
Kun Lu, PhD Student
SOIS Generate an Author Map Based on Author Vectors
Melissa Adler, PhD Student
SLIS The Social Construction of Sexual Deviance at the Library of Congress
Peter Lor, Visiting Prof.
SOIS Naive empiricism in comparative LIS
Michelle Caswell, PhD Student
SLIS From Egypt with Love, . . . Maybe: Archival Authenticity in the Global Digital Age
Dietmar Wolfram, Interim Dean
SOIS Aspects of Citer Analysis as a Complement to Citation Analysis
Mei Zhang, PhD Student
SLIS Research on License Analysis for e-Journal Perpetual Access
Joyce M. Latham, Assistant Prof.
SOIS Who Runs the Public Library?

2010 Student Research Symposium

Kun Lu
Can Social Tagging Improve Retrieval Performance: An Experimental Study on Medical Collection
Soohyung Joo
Two Multivariate Statistical Techniques in Informetrics Studies: A Comparison of MDS and SEM
Lucio Campanelli
Interface Visualization Evaluation for Project Management on Mobile Devices
Jihee Beak
Analysis of Metadata Schemas for Children’s Libraries
Addie Mrosla
PocketKnowledge: Purpose & Use Analysis
Karen Hiebert and Rae Schneider
How Do They Measure Up? An Evaluation of Virtual Reference Services of Academic and Public Libraries
Edward Benoit, III
Digital Librarians’ Perceptions of Social Tagging, its Potential use, Benefits, and Limitations
Shannon Barniskis
Public Practitioner-Researchers: A Call for Research Informed by Praxis
Chunsheng Huang
Survey Study of International Activities and Relations of National Libraries
Dalal Al-Budaiwi
Freedom of Expression in Muslim Society
Cletus Kuunifaa
Access to Information: An Index for Transparency in Governance in Ghana?
Carmen Orth-Alfie
Analysis of Practice and Policies Related to the Use of Images in Art History ETDs and the Applicability of the Best Practices in Fair Use Model
Liza Barry-Kessler
Designing Privacy into the Internet: 1969-1979
Heather Jett
Documenting Ourselves: Feminist Activism and 21st Century Librarianship

2009 Student Research Symposium

Peter Lor

COMPARISONS ARE ODOROUS: Comparison in Science and the Science of Comparison

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Peter J Lor, D.Phil.
Visiting Professor, School of Information Studies
Past Secretary General, International Federated Library Association (IFLA); Past National Library of South Africa

Student Presentations:

Lucio Campanelli & Dan Rude, MLIS Students
Adaptive Browsing for a Community Database
Kun Lu, PhD Student
Ideal Matching, Real Matching: A Model
Tim Blomquist, MLIS Student
Findings from a Survey of Wisconsin Public Library Services for the Homeless Population
Lauree Garcia Hart, PhD Student
The Efficacy of Infodemiology in Tracking H1N1
Jo Ellen Darnton, BSIR Student
Chunsheng Huang, PhD Student
Digital Archives of Taiwan Agricultural History During the Japanese Colonial Period: Phase I
Jihee Beak, MLIS Student
The relationship between the school library media specialist’s working environment and the level of information organization in a visual search in an OPAC system
Taryn Sauer, PhD Student & Recent MLIS Graduate
Asking Smart Questions: How Question Type and Form Affect Answer Quality on Q&A Web Sites
Hohyon Ryu, MLIS Student & Kun Lu, PhD Student
Building an Augmented Index for Genomic Information Retrieval