Current BS/IS and master’s students will present work on a broad range of topics relating to the information sciences. Talks can focus on research, class papers or projects, practicum or internship work. This year, twenty presenters will pre-record their talks before they are shown to a live audience. Presenters will be present for a live Q&A. This format will allow for more robust discussion and enhanced networking opportunities during the event, which is free and open to all.
Theme: Information Objects
The Accessibility of Medieval Manuscripts: An Exercise in Research
Preserving Video Games in the 21st Century and Beyond!
Looking for Bardcore: Search Strategies for an Emerging Topic
A Case for Zines in (LIS) Instruction
Champaign County Historical Archives: Standardization and Access Project
Thierry Guigma, Jundong Chen, Abhinavi Madireddy, and Shanshan Wu
COVID-19 Interferences on Flu Transmission: Lessons Learned
Adventures in Online Programming
Rebecca Kyser and Caroline Patton
Understanding Infodemiology: A Brief Summary of WHO Primers
COVID and Social Media in Mexico and Chile: How the Public Views Their Governments' Handling of the Pandemic
Perspectives on E-Books in the Age of COVID-19: The Case of the Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library
Questions? Contact Rebecca Hodson