Preliminary Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 25/Mar/2018
8:00am
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5:30pm
Registration desk open
9:00am
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10:30am
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 1 of 4

This all-day event is by invitation only and is not open to observers.

Workshop 1a: iWords: Exploring the Interdisciplinary Vocabularies of Information Research
 

iWords: Exploring the interdisciplinary vocabularies of information research

Michelle Kaczmarek, Bonnie Tulloch, Robyn Schafer, Saguna Shankar, Andrea Hoff

Workshop 2a: Creating and Cultivating a Scholarly Identity within Digital Worlds
 

Creating and Cultivating a Scholarly Identity within Digital Worlds

Marie Radford, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Vanessa Kitzie, Diana Floegel, Gary Radford, Mary Chayko

Workshop 3a: Open-access mega-journals and the future of scholarly communication: Business models, peer review, and disciplinary communities
 

Open-access mega-journals and the future of scholarly communication: Business models, peer review, and disciplinary communities

Stephen Pinfield, Jenny Fry, Valérie Spezi, Simon Wakeling

Workshop 4a: Automation and the next wave of computerisation: Sociotechnical approaches to automation, robots, machine learning and artificial intelligence
 

Automation and the next wave of computerisation: Sociotechnical approaches to automation, robots, machine learning and artificial intelligence

Matt Willis, Eric T. Meyer

Workshop 5a: Using Reflection and Reflexivity to Enhance Information Research
 

Using Reflection and Reflexivity to Enhance Information Research

Sheila Mary Corrall, Alison Jane Pickard

   
10:30am
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11:00am
Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 2 of 4

This all-day event is by invitation only and is not open to observers.

Workshop 1b: iWords: Exploring the interdisciplinary vocabularies of information research
Workshop 2b: Creating and Cultivating a Scholarly Identity within Digital Worlds
Workshop 3b: Open-access mega-journals and the future of scholarly communication: Business models, peer review, and disciplinary communities
Workshop 4b: Automation and the next wave of computerisation: Sociotechnical approaches to automation, robots, machine learning and artificial intelligence
Workshop 5b: Using Reflection and Reflexivity to Enhance Information Research
   
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch break (meal provided by the conference)
1:30pm
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3:30pm
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 3 of 4

This all-day event is by invitation only and is not open to observers.

iSchools Meeting 1: Regional Meeting - Asia

This meeting of iSchools Asia school heads is by invitation only.

iSchools Meeting 2: iSchools Regional Meeting - Europe

This meeting of iSchools Europe school heads is by invitation only.

iSchools Meeting 3: iSchools Regional Meeting - North America

This meeting of iSchools North America school heads is by invitation only.

Workshop 10a: BIAS – Bias in Information, Algorithms, and Systems
 

BIAS - Bias in Information, Algorithms, and Systems

Paul Clough, Jahna Otterbacher, Robert Jäschke, Jo Bates

Workshop 6a: Now, New or Next Generation? How current iSchool studies on Research Support Services will inform Education Programs for Future Translational Data Roles
 

Now, New or Next Generation? How current iSchool studies on Research Support Services will inform Education Programs for Future Translational Data Roles

Elizabeth Josephine Lyon, Andrew Cox, Stephen Pinfield, Laura Sbafi, Mary Anne Kennan

Workshop 7a: Using a qualitative lens to explore the relationships among information, people and technology: Informing iSchool research and learning and teaching
 

Using a qualitative lens to explore the relationships among information, people and technology: Informing iSchool research and learning and teaching.

Alison Pickard, Kendra Albright, Theresa Anderson, Ina Fourie, Heidi Julien, Annemaree Lloyd

Workshop 9a: Creating Exceptional Capstone Learning Experiences
 

Creating Exceptional Captsone Learning Experiences

Matthew Locke Saxton, Andrew J. Ko, Richard Sturman

Worshop 8a: Towards Meaningful Engagement: Challenges and Opportunities to Facilitating Information Flow and Use to Support Health and Wellness
 

Towards Meaningful Engagement: Challenges and Opportunities to Facilitating Information Flow and Use to Support Health and Wellness

Charles Roland Senteio, Christine Wolf

     
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Break
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 4 of 4

This all-day event is by invitation only and is not open to observers.

iSchools Meeting 4: Open Meeting to discuss future Program Initiatives with the iSchool Leadership

This meeting is open to all iConference participants

Workshop 10b: BIAS – Bias in Information, Algorithms, and Systems
Workshop 6b: Now, New or Next Generation? How current iSchool studies on Research Support Services will inform Education Programs for Future Translational Data Roles
Workshop 7b: Using a qualitative lens to explore the relationships among information, people and technology: Informing iSchool research and learning and teaching
Workshop 8b: Towards Meaningful Engagement: Challenges and Opportunities to Facilitating Information Flow and Use to Support Health and Wellness
Workshop 9b: Creating Exceptional Capstone Learning Experiences
 
5:30pm
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6:00pm
Free Time
6:00pm
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9:00pm
Opening Reception

 
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