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Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, presented "Dealing with Metadata: Content, Distribution, and Availability" at the Council of Science Editors (CSE) 2015 Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from May 15-18, 2015.
Additional Comments: Zeng’s session, titled “Dealing with Metadata: Content, Distribution, and Availability,” was moderated by Michael Friedman, American Meteorological Society. Other speakers on the panel were Todd Carpenter, executive director, National Information Standards Organization (NISO); Marjorie Hlava, president, Access Innovations, Inc.; and Matt Stratton, technical lead, IT operations, AIP Publishing.
Rebecca Meehan, School of Library and Information Science, presented "User Experience of Health Information Exchange in Long Term Post-Acute Care" at the International Symposium on Health Information Management Research (ISHIMR): Health Informatics for Enhancing Health and Well-Being in York, England, in June 2015.
Paul Sherman, School of Library and Information Science, presented "Embedding UX into Ideation, Design, Development and Release" at the UX Strategies Summit in San Francisco, California, in June 2015.
Web link: http://www.slideshare.net/PaulSherman/uxss2015-workshop-paulsherman
Additional Comments: Sherman delivered a workshop on "Embedding UX into Ideation, Design, Development and Release" and a presentation titled "Decision Insurance: Iterative Prototyping to Reduce Business Risk": http://www.slideshare.net/PaulSherman/decision-insurance-iterative-prototyping-to-reduce-business
Marianne Martens, School of Library and Information Science, presented "Longevity Through Participation, Reformatting and Remix: Pop-culture Regeneration in Pretty Little Liars" at the Literary Culture Live and Online: Understanding Contemporary Modes of Reader Engagement panel at the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (SHARP) conference in Montreal, Canada, on July 8, 2015.
Additional Comments: Martens presented this accepted paper as part of the panel.
Karen Gracy, School of Library and Information Science, presented "Developing a Pedagogical Framework to Prepare Archives Professionals for Effective Management of Audiovisuals Archives" at the Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, on July 13-17, 2015.
Additional Comments: Gracy led a workshop on developing audiovisual archives curriculum and presented a paper titled "Developing a Pedagogical Framework to Prepare Archives Professionals for Effective Management of Audiovisual Archives."
Lala Hajibayova, School of Library and Information Science, and E.K. Jacob authored "Factors Influencing User-generated Vocabularies: How Basic are Basic Level Terms?" Knowledge Organization, Vol. 42, Issue 2, (2015): 102-112.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, authored “Richard Wright’s Haiku and Modernist Poetics,” Traveling Texts and the Work of Afrro-Japanese Cultural Production: Two Haiku and a Microphone, eds. William H. Bridges IV and Nina Cornyetz (New York and London: Lexington Books, 2015): 99-118.
Additional Comments: He also has published the second edition of the text, Fundamental English Grammar: Theory and Practice, (Cincinnati: Van-Griner Publishing), 228 pp.
Sue Grogan-Johnson, School of Health Sciences; Rebecca Meehan, School of Library and Information Science; Kelly McCormick and Nicole Miller authored "Results of a National Survey of Pre-Service Telepractice Training in Graduate Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Programs" in Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, Vol. 42, Issue 1, (2015): 122-137.
Additional comments: Meehan collaborated on this research project as a co-investigator with the Kent State University Speech Pathology and Audiology program in the School of Health Sciences.