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The 16th Interaction Science Brownbag
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Date : 2014-05-16  |  Hit : 782  
Dear IS Colleagues,

I am pleased to invite you to join the 15th Interaction Science Brownbag at Sungkyunkwan University.

Please refer below information. 

● Title: Assessing information needs and qualtiy,
● Speaker: Dr. Kathleen Burnett, Dean & Professor, School of Information, Florida State University
● Date & Time: Friday, October 28, 2011 12:00 PM-1:00PM (time subject to change)
● Place: 9B312 International Hall, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul.

About the Speaker

Dr. Burnett is a professor and former associate dean at FSU and teaches courses in information needs assessment, international and comparative information services, LIS education, and the doctoral pro-seminar in research and teaching. Her Ph.D. (1989) and M.S. (1979) degrees were awarded by the University of California School of Information Studies, and her B.A. in German Literature by the University of California, San Diego (1978). She has been principal and co-principal investigator on several grants to improve IS education, including two grants from the Institute of Museum and Information Services that funded a multi-institutional project, Project Athena, to expand, diversify and prepare future IS faculty. Currently she is a co-PI (with Michelle Kazmer and others) on an NSF grant studying virtual scientific collaboration, and an IMLS grant studying emerging literacy. Dr. Burnett began publishing on technology in IS education in 1992. She has been honored for her work in this area through the ALISE Methodology Award (2001) and the Florida State Universtiy President’s Award for Excellence in Technology for Instruction (2001). Her current research foci include disciplinary identity and developing a theoretical foundation for understanding implications of gender and power in the interweaving of the technical and social factors that shapes information education at the beginning of the 21st century.

Look forward to seeing you at the talk. 


Dong-Hee Shin
Chair & SKKU Fellow
Dept. of Interaction Science,
Sungkyunkwan University
90327 International Hall
53 Myungryun-dong 3-ga,
Jongro-gu, Seoul Korea 110-745
dshin@skku.edu, 740-1864