Doctoral Session

Tuesday, March 14, 10:30-12:30 - Information Literacy and Behavior, Knowledge Management, Visualization

Development and Evaluation of a MOOC Extension for Teaching Subject-Specific Skills in Information Literacy for Business Administration
Stefan Dreisiebner, Graz

Mobile Privacy and Apps: Investigating User Behavior and Attitude - A Cross-cultural Study Comparing USA and Germany
Stefanie Havelka, Berlin / New York

Visualization for Text Mining in the Digital Humanities - Empowering Researchers to Use Advanced Tools for Text Mining
Julian Hocker, Frankfurt (DIPF)

Development of Knowledge Management Performance Metrics for Enterprise Social Software
Fabian Odoni, Chur

Information Visualization of Environment Maps for Complex, Relational Data for Better Reflected Decision Making on the Example of Food
Stephan Veit, Regensburg

Tuesday, March 14, 14:00-15:30 – Information Retrieval, Library and Information Science, Social Media

Relevance Clues - Developing an Experimental Design to Examine the Criteria behind Relevance Judgments
Christiane Behnert, Hamburg

E-Publishing in Small Nations of the European Union
Anna Klamet, Edinburgh

How can Social Software Enhance Training Measures within Software Implementations in the Financial Sector?
Anthea Moravánszky, Hildesheim

Enriching a Library Portal (EconBiz) with Social Media
Kaltrina Nuredini, Kiel

Tuesday, March 14, 16:30-18:30 - Discussion

ISI2017 is organized by: Berlin School of Library and Information Science,
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
In Cooperation with: HI - University Association of Information Science DIPF - Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation

Last modified: February 19th, 2017