iSchool to present research at JCDL 2017

iSchool faculty, staff, and students will present their research at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), which will be held on June 19-23 in Toronto. The event brings together international scholars focusing on digital libraries and associated technical, practical, organizational, and social issues. The goal is to provide a forum for shared learning and facilitate the application of knowledge for research, development, construction, and utilization in digital libraries.

Papers to be presented at JCDL 2017 include:

  • "Information-Seeking in Large Scale Digital Libraries: Strategies for Scholarly Workset Creation"
    Authors include J. Stephen Downie, professor and associate dean for research, and Peter Organisciak (PhD '15), postdoctoral research associate
     
  • "Uncertainty about the Long-Term: Digital Libraries, Astronomy Data, and Open Source Software"
    Authors include Assistant Professor Peter Darch
     
  • "Towards Publishing Secure Capsule-Based Analysis"
    Authors include doctoral candidate Jacob Jett, Professor J. Stephen Downie, and faculty affiliate Timothy W. Cole 
     
  • "Geographical Distribution of Biomedical Research in the USA and China"
    Authors include Assistant Professor Vetle Torvik, doctoral student Yingjun Guan, and master's student Jing Du

In addition, doctoral candidate Jacob Jett will present his poster, "Linked Open Data (LOD) for Library Special Collections."

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