PhD, Sociology, UC-Davis
loriken [at] illinois.edu
Office HoursMondays 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Personal archiving; online community and identity; social aspects of computing; research methodology; and gender and technology.
Lori Kendall joined the iSchool faculty in 2005. She is an expert in personal archiving, online community and identity, social aspects of computing, research methodology, and gender and technology. Kendall was named the 2010-2011 Centennial Scholar in recognition of her outstanding accomplishments in the field of library and information science.
Kendall earned master’s and doctoral degrees in sociology at the University of California, Davis and an undergraduate degree in social science at the University of California, Berkeley. She has held leadership roles in professional organizations including the Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology section of the American Sociological Association and the Association of Internet Researchers.
Teaching this Semester
- LIS202AD1 Social Aspects Info Tech (SP 2017)
- LIS202AD2 Social Aspects Info Tech (SP 2017)
- LIS202AD3 Social Aspects Info Tech (SP 2017)
- LIS202AD4 Social Aspects Info Tech (SP 2017)
- LIS202AD5 Social Aspects Info Tech (SP 2017)
- LIS202AD6 Social Aspects Info Tech (SP 2017)
- LIS202AE1 Social Aspects Info Tech (SP 2017)
- LIS588A Research Design in LIS (SP 2017)
The past decade has seen tremendous progress in the field of preservation, particularly with respect to preservation of digital materials. To date, however, there has been only minimal research activity within North America on the preservation of intangible cultural heritage—such as language, cuisine, performing arts, and traditional craftsmanship—and its relationship to the preservation of material expressions of culture.
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