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Date: Tuesday, 27/Oct/2020
My Favorite Unreliable Source? Information Sharing and Acquisition Through Informal Networks [SDGs 16, 17]

Panels & Alternative Events

Rebekah Willson1, George R. Buchanan2, Gary Burnett3, Nicole Ellison4, Sanda Erdelez5, Michael Twidale6

1: McGill University, Canada; 2: University of Melbourne, Australia; 3: Florida State University, USA; 4: University of Michigan, USA; 5: Simmons College, USA; 6: University of Illinois, USA

Paper Session 12: Knowledge Management [SDGs 1-17]
Chair: Daniel G. Alemneh, University of North Texas, United States of America
9:00am - 9:15am

Long Papers

Tacit Knowledge Transfer in Training and the Inherent Limitations of Using Quantitative Measures

Amy Rosellini, Suliman Hawamdeh

University of North Texas, USA

9:15am - 9:30am

Long Papers

Data to Knowledge in Action: A Longitudinal Analysis of GenBank Metadata

Jeff Hemsley, Jian Qin, Sarah E. Bratt

Syracuse University, USA

9:30am - 9:40am

Short Papers

Adapting Research Process Models for the Design of Knowledge Engineering Applications

Donald A. Keefer, Karen M. Wickett

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

9:40am - 9:50am

Short Papers

Task-Based Human-Structured Research Data Interaction: A Discipline Independent Examination

Fanghui Xiao, Rongqian Ma, Daqing He

University of Pittsburgh, USA

Paper Session 13: Diverse Populations [SDGs 3, 5, 10, 16]
Chair: Alison Hicks, University College, London (UCL), United Kingdom
9:00am - 9:15am

Long Papers

Emotions in Online Debates: Tales from 4Forums and ConvinceMe

Jinfen Li, Lu Xiao

Syracuse University, USA

9:15am - 9:25am

Short Papers

Late-Life Immigration, Transition Process, and Information Behavior Among Older Chinese Individuals in Australia

Jia Tina Du1, Fang Xu2

1: University of South Australia, Australia; 2: Soochow University, China

9:25am - 9:35am

Short Papers

An Exploration of Determinants of Cyberchondria: A Moderated Mediation Analysis

Han Zheng1, Xiaoyu Chen1, Shaoxiong Fu2

1: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2: Wuhan University, People's Republic of China

9:35am - 9:45am

Short Papers

“When Someone Sees Me, I Am Nothing of the Norm”: Examining the Discursive Role Power Plays in Shaping LGBTQ+ Health Information Practices

Vanessa L. Kitzie, Travis L. Wagner, A. Nick Vera

University of South Carolina, USA

9:45am - 9:55am

Short Papers

Physical and Social Health at the Library: Studying Small and Rural Public Libraries as Venues for Group Fitness Among Older Adults

Noah Lenstra, Fatih Oguz

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Supporting Open Research Data Practice Through Data Curation and Discovery: A Global Perspective [SDG 12]

Panels & Alternative Events

Ying-Hsang Liu1, Hsin-Liang {Oliver} Chen2, Makoto P. Kato3, Mingfang Wu4, Isto Huvila5

1: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; 2: Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA; 3: University of Tsukuba, Japan; 4: Australian Research Data Commons, Australia; 5: Uppsala University, Sweden

unCommons: SIG-VIS Business Meeting

Zoom Meeting ID:  891 2205 5705
Passcode:  390670

Open Access in the Age of a Pandemic [SDGs 3, 16]

Panels & Alternative Events

Daniel G. Alemneh1, Suliman Hawamdeh1, Hsia-Ching {Carrie} Chang1, Abebe Rorissa2, Shimelis Assefa3, Kris Swen Helge4

1: University of North Texas, USA; 2: University at Albany, State University of New York, USA; 3: University of Denver, USA; 4: Texas Woman’s University, USA

Opportunities and Challenges of Self-Tracking Technologies: Understanding Information, Technology, and Users Through the Lens of Information Science [SDGs 12, 16]

Panels & Alternative Events

Aylin Ilhan1, YuanYuan Feng2, Kaja J. Fietkiewicz1, Elizabeth V. Eikey3

1: Heinrich Heine University, Germany; 2: School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; 3: Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, The Design Lab (UCSD), USA

Prioritizing Marginalized Populations in Information Science [SDGs 10, 16]

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Accelerator Series

Vanessa L. Kitzie1, Amelia Gibson2, Abigail Phillips3, Arcadio Matos4

1: University of South Carolina, USA; 2: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; 3: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA; 4: Rutgers University, USA

Paper Session 14: Education and Bibliometrics [SDGs 4, 9, 12, 17]
Chair: Nestor L. Osorio, Northen Illinois University, United States of America
11:00am - 11:15am

Long Papers

Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology: Analysis of Two Decades of Published Research

Naresh Kumar Agarwal1, Md Anwarul Islam2

1: Simmons University, USA; 2: University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

11:15am - 11:30am

Long Papers

The Evolution of LIS Research Topics and Methods from 2006 to 2018: A Content Analysis

Jinxuan Ma, Brady Lund

Emporia State University, USA

11:30am - 11:45am

Long Papers

Authorship Analysis of English and Spanish Tweets

Mohammed Nour AlRashdan1, Malak Abdullah1, Mahmoud Al-Ayyoub1, Yaser Jararweh2

1: Jordan University of Science and Technology, Kingdom of Hashemite; 2: Duquesne University, USA

11:45am - 12:00pm

Long Papers

Exploring Factors Affecting Renewal and Stopping Reasons in Cross-Session Search

Yuan Li, Rob Capra

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

12:00pm - 12:10pm

Short Papers

Initial Bibliometric Investigation of NIH Mentored K to R Transition

Li Zhang1, Xiaoran Yan2, Patricia L. Mabry3, Brian C. Martinson3, Thomas W. Valente4, Wei Lu1, Xiaozhong Liu5

1: School of Information Management, Wuhan University, People's Republic of China; 2: Network Science Institute, Indiana University, USA; 3: Department of Research, HealthPartners Institute, USA; 4: Department of Preventive Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, USCLA, USA; 5: School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, Indiana University, USA

unCommons: SIG-USE Business Meeting

Zoom Meeting ID: 892 8987 5277
Passcode: 958735

Containers, Genres, and Formats, Oh My: Creating Sustainable Concepts by Connecting Theory, Research, Practice, and Education [SDG 4]

Panels & Alternative Events

Brittany Brannon1, Tara Tobin Cataldo2, Robin Kear3, Ixchel Faniel1

1: OCLC, USA; 2: University of Florida, USA; 3: University of Pittsburgh, USA

Paper Session 15: Responsible Production and Consumption of Information [SDGs 9, 10, 12, 13, 16]
Chair: Gary Burnett, Florida State University, United States of America
4:00pm - 4:15pm

Long Papers

An Ontology Automation Construction Scheme for Chinese E-government Thesaurus Optimizing

Hao Wang1,2, Wei Zhang1,2, Sanhong Deng1,2, Baolong Zhang1,2

1: School of Information Management of Nanjing University, Peoples Republic of China; 2: Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Data Engineering and Knowledge Service, Nanjing University, Peoples Republic of China

4:15pm - 4:30pm

Long Papers

Understanding Users’ Accessing Behaviors to Local Open Government Data via Transaction Log Analysis

Fanghui Xiao, Zhendong Wang, Daqing He

University of Pittsburgh, USA

4:30pm - 4:45pm

Long Papers

Scientific Data Management in the Federal Government: A Case Study of NOAA and Responsibility for Preserving Digital Data

Adam Kriesberg, Jacob Kowall

Simmons University, USA

4:45pm - 4:55pm

Short Papers

Social Media Users’ Behavior of Setting Limits in Information Sharing: A Heuristic Study Based on WeChat Moments

Guangchun Zheng, Zelong Zhao

Renmin University, People's Republic of China

4:55pm - 5:05pm

Short Papers

Open Data in Public Libraries: Gauging Activities and Supporting Ambitions

Kaitlin Fender Throgmorton, Bree Norlander, Carole L. Palmer

University of Washington, USA

Paper Session 16: Epistemology and Pedagogy [SDGs 4, 12, 16]
Chair: John Budd, University of Missouri, United States of America
4:00pm - 4:15pm

Long Papers

Information Science Identity: Students’ Perspective

Yuanye Ma, Cami Goray

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

4:15pm - 4:30pm

Long Papers

Toward Epistemic Justice: An approach for conceptualizing epistemicide in the information professions

Beth Patin, Melinda Sebastian, Jieun Yeon, Danielle Bertolini

Syracuse University, USA

4:30pm - 4:40pm

Short Papers

A Review of Truth-Default Theory: Implications for Information Behavior Research

Tara Zimmerman1, Njeri Millicent1, Malak Khader1, Jeff Allen1, Amy Rosellini1, Tresia Eaves1,2

1: University of North Texas, USA; 2: Protiviti, USA

4:40pm - 4:50pm

Short Papers

Identifying Data-Focused Curriculum in Worldwide iSchools: Preliminary Data Acquisition for Asia-Pacific and European Members

Wei Jeng1, Fu-Hsuan Tsai1, Jian-Sin Lee2

1: National Taiwan University, Taiwan; 2: University of Washington, USA

Reimagining Information Science and Technology Beyond Traditional Boundaries in the Global Coronavirus Pandemic Situation [SDGs 3, 17]

Panels & Alternative Events

Abebe Rorissa1, Ming Li2, Michael Young1, David Turetsky1, Xiaojun {Jenny} Yuan1

1: University at Albany, State University of New York, USA; 2: Marsh and McLennan, USA

Coffee, Tea and Cocktails Social Hour

Zoom Meeting ID: 926 321 2704 
Passcode: asistam20 

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