The second edition of a book co-authored by Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, and Jian Qin, titled Metadata, has been released by ALA Neal Schuman Publishers. The first edition was published in 2008. It has been called the definitive text on metadata.
Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, presented “If You Build It, Will They Come? A Discussion of Use Cases and Barriers of Using the Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) Available as Linked Open Data (LOD),” at the 78th annual meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T).
Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, coedited (with Robert B. Allen and Jane Hunter) and published Digital Libraries: Providing Quality Information, 17th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries, ICADL 2015, Seoul, Korea, December 9-12, 2015. Proceedings (Springer).
Catherine Smith, School of Library and Information Science, authored “Domain-independent search expertise: A description of procedural knowledge gained during guided instruction” in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(7), 1305-1322, 2015.
Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is co-author (with Jodi Kearns, Ph.D., University of Akron) of an article titled “Shannon Goes to the Museum: Drawing Lines Across Boundaries."
Miriam Matteson, School of Library and Information Science, Lorien Anderson, and Cynthia Boyden, alumna from the School of Library and Information Science, authored “Soft Skills: A Phrase in Search of Meaning” in Libraries and the Academy, 16(1), 71-88, 2016.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, authored “James Emanuel’s Jazz Haiku and African American Individualism,” African American Haiku: Cultural Visions, ed. John Zheng (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2016): 35-58.
Catherine Smith, School of Library and Information Science, authored “Investigating the Role of Semantic Priming in Query Expression: A Framework and Two Experiments” in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, September 2015.
David H. Kaplan, Department of Geography, and Melanie Knowles, Office of Sustainability, authored “Developing a Next-Generation Campus Bike-Share Program” in Planning for Higher Education/Society for College and University Planning, 44(1), 1-13, Claire Turcotte (Ed.). (2015).