Detailed Schedule

Tuesday, June 7: Tutorials, Workshops
Wednesday, June 8: Session A, Session B, Session C
Thursday, June 9: Session D, Session E, Session F
Friday, June 10: Session G, Workshops
Saturday, June 11: Workshops

Tuesday, June 7

7:30-8:30 am Continental breakfast
Lower level 2

TUTORIALS

Morning session: 8:30 am-12:00 pm
Lunch on your own: 12:00-2:00 pm
Afternoon session: 2:00-5:30 pm

Introduction to (Teaching/Learning about) Digital Libraries
Edward A. Fox, Marcos André Gonçalves
Full day, Denver 6

Evaluating Digital Libraries
Thomas C. Reeves, Susan Buhr, Lecia Barker
Full day, Denver 2

Thesauri and Ontologies in Digital Libraries
Dagobert Soergel
Full day, Denver 5

Using Standards in Digital Library Design & Development
Herbert Van de Sompel, Jeroen Bekaert, Xiaoming Liu
Half day, (morning), Denver 1

Practical Digital Library Interoperability Standards
David Bainbridge, Ian Witten
Half day, (afternoon), Denver 1

WORKSHOP

Digital Library Education Program IMLS
Javed Mostafa, Kristine Brancolini, Linda Smith, William Mischo
Full day, Denver 3


Wednesday, June 8

Long papers (marked with asterisk*) are 30 minutes; short papers are 15 minutes.

7:30-8:30 am Continental breakfast
Lower level 2

8:45-10:00 am
Opening Plenary Session
Colorado E/F

Welcome: Mary Marlino, JCDL2005
Conference Chair

Keynote: Deanna Marcum
Associate Librarian for Library Services, Library of Congress
"The Sum of the Parts: Turning Digital Library Initiatives into a Great Whole

10:00-10:30 am Break
Lower level 2


Wednesday 10:30 am-12:00 pm Session A

CI Track: Use of Digital Libraries in Education
Colorado H-J
Session Chair: Ingeborg T. Sølvberg

*You Can Lead a Horse to Water: Teacher Development and Use of Digital Library Resources
Mimi Recker, Jim Dorward, Deonne Dawson, Sam Halioris, Ye Liu, Xin Mao, Bart Palmer, Jaeyang Park
View abstract

*Comprehensive Personalized Information Access in an Educational Digital Library
Peter Brusilovsky, Rosta Farzan, Jaewook Ahn
View abstract

Facilitating Middle School Students' Sense Making in Digital Libraries
Meilan Zhang; Chris Quintana
View abstract

Evaluating G-Portal for Geography Learning and Teaching
Chew-Hung Chang, John G Hedberg, Yin-Leng Theng, Ee-Peng Lim, Tiong-Sa Teh, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Frameworks for Building Libraries
Mattie Silks
Session Chair: Herbert Van de Sompel

*A New Framework for Building Digital Library Collections
George Buchanan, David Bainbridge, Katherine Don, Ian H. Witten
View abstract

*Using Collection Descriptions to Enhance an Aggregation of Harvested Item-Level Metadata
Muriel Foulonneau, Timothy W. Cole, Thomas G. Habing, Sarah L. Shreeves
View abstract

A Web Service Framework for Embedding Discovery Services in Distributed Digital Library Interfaces
John Weatherley
View abstract

xTagger: a New Approach to Authoring Document-centric XML
Ionut E. Iacob, Alex Dekhtyar
View abstract

Panel: Is Digital Preservation an Oxymoron?
Colorado A-D

Is digital preservation even possible, given the ephemerality of formats and platforms, the magnitude of investment required, and the early state of preservation research? Can you have preservation without access? Are distributed grass-roots efforts or coordinated top-down programs more likely to succeed? Representatives of four digital preservation initiatives will consider these and other questions, and explain why they believe their own efforts will succeed.

Panelists: Priscilla Caplan, Martin Halbert, Robert Horton, Taylor Surface

12:00-2:00 pm Lunch on your own


Wednesday 2:00-3:30 pm Session B

CI Track: Use of Digital Libraries in the Sciences
Colorado A-D (90 min)
Session Chair: Michael Wright

*Enhancing Access to Research Data: the Challenge of Crystallography
Monica Duke, Michael Day, Rachel Heery, Leslie A. Carr, Simon J. Coles
View abstract

*Information Synthesis: A New Approach to Explore Secondary Information in Science Literature
Catherine Blake
View abstract

Comparative Interoperability Project: Configurations of Community, Technology, and Organization
David Ribes, Karen Baker, Geoffrey Bowker, Florence Millerand
View abstract

Visualizing Aggregated Biological Pathway Relations
Byron Marshall, Hua Su, Shauna Eggers, Karin Quiñones, Hsinchun Chen
View abstract

Users and Interaction Track: Interacting with Media
Colorado H-J (75 min)
Session Chair: Catherine Marshall

*Addressing the Challenge of Visual Information Access from Digital Image and Video Archives
Michael G. Christel, Ronald M. Conescu
View abstract

*Assessing Tools for Use with Webcasts
Elaine Toms, Christine Dufour, Jonathan Lewis, Ron Baecker
View abstract

Exploring User Perceptions of Digital Image Similarity
Unmil P. Karadkar, Richard Furuta, Jin-Cheon Na
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Searching and IR
Mattie Silks (90 min)
Session Chair: Michael L. Nelson

*Detecting and Supporting Known Item Queries in Online Public Access Catalogs Min-Yen Kan , Danny C. C. Poo
View abstract

*Downloading Textual Hidden Web Content through Keyword Queries
Alexandros Ntoulas, Petros Zerfos, Junghoo Cho
View abstract

SpidersRUs: Automated Development of Vertical Search Engines in Different Domains and Languages
Michael Chau, Jialun Qin, Yilu Zhou, Chunju Tseng, Hsinchun Chen
View abstract

Grid-based Digital Libraries: Cheshire3 and Distributed Retrieval
Ray R. Larson, Robert Sanderson
View abstract

3:30-4:00 pm Break
Lower level 2


Wednesday 4:00-5:00 pm Session C

CI Track: Use of Digital Libraries in the Humanities
Colorado A-D
Session Chair: Geneva Henry

*Integrated Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing in the DART Project
Gordon Dahlquist, Brian Hoffman, David Millman
View abstract

*Annotating Illuminated Manuscripts: an Effective Tool for Research and Education
Maristella Agosti, Nicola Ferro, Nicola Orio
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Recommending and Alerting
Colorado H-J
Session Chair: Min-Yen Kan

*A Generic Alerting Service for Digital Libraries
George Buchanan, Annika Hinze
View abstract

Link Prediction Approach to Collaborative Filtering
Zan Huang, Xin Li, Hsinchun Chen
View abstract

Sentiment-Based Search in Digital Libraries
Jin-Cheon Na, Christopher S.G. Khoo, Syin Chan, Norraihan Bte Hamzah
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Supporting Classification
Mattie Silks
Session Chair: Mor Naaman

*Automatic Extraction of Titles from General Documents using Machine Learning
Yunhua Hu, Hang Li, Yunbo Cao, Dmitriy Meyerzon, Qinghua Zheng
View abstract

HiBO: A System for Automatically Organizing Bookmarks
Pavlos Kokosis, Vlassis Krikos, Sofia Stamou, Dimitris Christodoulakis
View abstract

Automated Text Classification Using a Multi-Agent Framework
Yueyu Fu, Weimao Ke, Javed Mostafa
View abstract

5:30–6:30 pm Minute Madness
Colorado A-D
One minute introductions to the posters by the authors.

6:30 – 9:00 pm
Posters and Demonstrations Reception, Best Poster Award
Colorado E/F
Appetizers and cash bar


Thursday, June 9

7:30-8:30 am Continental breakfast
Lower level 2

8:45-10:00am
Second Plenary Session
Colorado E/F

 Keynote: Guy (Bud) Tribble, Vice President of Software Technology, Apple Computer   “Digital Content: Creating, Sharing, Searching”

10:00-10:30 am Break
Lower level 2


Thursday 10:30 am-12:00pm Session D

CI Track Panel: Cyberinfrastructure as Computation vs. Support for Meaningful Interaction
Colorado A-D

Panelists will exchange ideas with one another and audience members on how the NSF’s emerging cyberinfrastructure initiative might best yield the full spectrum of human, social and educational benefits envisioned in the seminal Atkins report. The panelists’ presentations will examine this question in relation to (digital-library) advances in representing the semantics of information and in supporting those human interactions that foster understanding and learning. Among the key issues is how the NSF should balance its resources between the more computational and the more “meaningful” (i.e. the higher-level semantic) aspects of cyberinfrastructure.

Moderator: Liz Bishoff
Panelists: Clifford Lynch, Steve Wheatley, Reagan Moore

Users and Interaction Track: Understanding User Needs and Perceptions
Mattie Silks
Session Chair: Sally Jo Cunningham

*Digital Libraries’ Support for the User's Information Journey
Anne Adams, Ann Blandford
View abstract

Interviews with NSDL Grantees on Core Values and Service Perspectives
David Fulker
View abstract

Developing the DigiQual Protocol for Digital Library Evaluation
Martha Kyrillidou, Sarah Giersch
View abstract

Language Preference in a Bi-language Digital Library
Te Taka Keegan, Sally Jo Cunningham
View abstract

A Usability Evaluation Study of a Digital Library Self-Archiving Service
Lena Veiga e Silva, Alberto H. F. Laender, Marcos Andre Goncalves
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Automatically Managing Media
Colorado H-J
Session Chair: Michael Christel

*Leveraging Context to Resolve Identity in Photo Albums
Mor Naaman, Hector Garcia-Molina, Andreas Paepcke, Ron B. Yeh
View abstract

*Meaningful Presentations of Photo Libraries: Rationale and Applications of Bi-Level Radial Quantum Layouts
Jack Kustanowitz, Ben Shneiderman
View abstract

*On the Extraction of Vocal-Related Information to Facilitate the Management of Popular Music Collections
Wei-Ho Tsai, Hsin-Min Wang
View abstract

12:00-2:15 pm Lunch on your own


Thursday 1:00-2:15 pm JCDL/TCDL Town Hall Plenary Session

Colorado E/F

All JCDL attendees are welcome and encouraged to attend this session to help shape the future of the JCDL conference series and of the IEEE-CS Technical Committee on Digital Libraries.


Thursday 2:15–3:30 pm Session E

CI Track: Creating Information Representations for Education
Colorado H-J
Session Chair: Lillian Cassel

*From Playful Exhibits to LOM: Lessons from Building an Exploratorium Digital Library
Sherry Hsi, Holly Fait
View abstract

*Tacit User and Development Frames in User-Led Collection Development: The Case of the Digital Water Education Library
Michael Khoo
View abstract

Experimenting with the Automatic Assignment of Educational Standards to Digital Library Content
Anne R. Diekema, Jiangping Chen
View abstract

Users and Interaction Track: Understanding User Needs and Perceptions
Colorado A-D
Session Chair: Sarah Giersch

*Turning the Page on Navigation
Catherine C. Marshall, Sara Bly
View abstract

*In the Company of Readers: The DL Book as Practiced Place
Nancy Kaplan, Yoram Chisik
View abstract

Digitization and 3D Modeling of Movable Books
Pierre Cubaud, Jérôme Dupire, Alexandre Topol
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Browsing and Visualizing Collections
Mattie Silks
Session Chair: Reagan Moore

*An Evaluation of Automatic Ontologies for Digital Library Browsing
Aaron Krowne, Martin Halbert
View abstract

Using Concept Maps in Digital Libraries as a Cross-Language Resource Discovery Tool
Ryan Richardson, Edward A. Fox
View abstract

Collection Understanding for OAI-PMH Compliant Repositories
Teongjoo Ong, John J. Leggett
View abstract

A Multi-Timeline Interface for Historical Newspapers
Robert B. Allen
View abstract

3:30-4:00 pm Break
Lower level 2


Thursday 4:00-5:00 pm Session F

CI Track: Creating Information Representations for the Humanities (Part 1)
Colorado H-J
Session Chair: Edward A. Fox

*Semantics and Syntax of Dublin Core Usage in Open Archives Initiative Data Providers of Cultural Heritage Materials
Arwen Hutt, Jenn Riley
View abstract

*Finding a Catalog: Generating Analytical Catalog Records from Well-Structured Digital Texts
David Mimno, Alison Jones, Gregory Crane
View abstract

Users and Interaction Track: Memex and Hypertext
Colorado A-D
Session Chair: Mick Khoo

*To Grow in Wisdom: Vannevar Bush, Information Overload, and the Life of Leisure
David M. Levy
View abstract

Integrating Collections at the Cervantes Project
Neal Audenaert, Richard Furuta, Eduardo Urbina, Jie Deng, Carlos Monroy, Rosy Sáenz, Doris Careaga
View abstract

Icon Abacus: Compact Positional Display of Document Categories
Eric A. Bier, Adam Perer
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Applying Machine Learning to Collection Development
Mattie Silks
Session Chair: Traugott Koch

*Developing Practical Automatic Metadata Assignment and Evaluation Tools for Internet Resources
Gordon W. Paynter, Steve Mitchell
View abstract

*What's There and What's Not? Focused Crawling for Missing Documents in Digital Libraries
Ziming Zhuang, Rohit Wagle, C. Lee Giles
View abstract

5:30 pm Buses begin leaving the Marriott for the banquet. Meet in the main lobby. Last bus leaves at 6:15 pm.

6:00–9:00 pm Banquet at Denver Museum of Nature and Science
2001 Colorado Blvd. , Denver
Award ceremony at 8 pm
Buses begin the return trip after the ceremony.


Friday, June 10

7:30-8:30 am Continental breakfast
Lower level 2


Friday 8:45-10:15 am Session G

CI Track: Creating Information Representations for the Humanities (Part 2)
Colorado H-J
Session Chair: Liz Bishoff

*Resolving the Unencoded Character Problem for Chinese Digital Libraries
Jenq-Haur Wang, De-Ming Zhuang, Ching-Chun Hsieh, Lee-Feng Chien
View abstract

*E-Library of Medieval Chant Manuscript Transcriptions
Louis W.G. Barton, John A. Caldwell, Peter G. Jeavons
View abstract

Toward a Metadata Standard for Digitized Historical Newspapers
Ray L. Murray
View abstract

The Challenges in Developing Digital Collections of Phonograph Records
Catherine Lai, Ichiro Fujinaga, Cynthia Leive
View abstract

Tools & Techniques Track: Identifying Names of People and Places
Mattie Silks
Session Chair: Edie Rasmussen

*Name Disambiguation in Author Citations using a K-way Spectral Clustering Method
Hui Han, Hongyuan Zha, C. Lee Giles
View abstract

*Comparative Study of Name Disambiguation Problem using a Scalable Blocking-based Framework
Byung-Won On, Dongwon Lee, Jaewoo Kang, Prasenjit Mitra
View abstract

*On Assigning Place Names to Geography Related Web Pages
Wenbo Zong, Dan Wu, Aixin Sun, Ee-Peng Lim, Dion H. Goh
View abstract

Panel: Tick, Tock - Google as Library
Colorado A-D

Panelists will engage one another and audience members in discourse on present and future relationships between (digital) libraries and dominant players in the world of e-commerce, typified by Google and Amazon. The presentations will emphasize how matters that seem threatening (to traditional library roles) may be viewed as opportunities for enhancing the value of digital libraries to their users.

Moderator: Jim Williams
Panelists: Richard Luce, Clifford Lynch, Barbara Quint

10:15-10:45 am Break
Lower level 2


Friday 10:45 am-12:00 pm

Third Plenary Session
Colorado E/F

Keynote: Hector Garcia-Molina
Leonard Bosack and Sandra Lerner Professor, Departments of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, Stanford, California
"Digital Libraries Initiatives: What I Learned (and Didn't) in 10 Years

12:00-12:15 pm Closing and Hand-off to JCDL 2006

12:15-2:00 pm Lunch on your own


Friday 2:00–5:30 pm Workshops

Break at 3:30 pm

International Scientific Data, Standards, & Digital Libraries
Part 1, Laura M. Bartolo, John R. Rumble
Mattie Silks
View agenda   (PDF)

Studying Digital Library Users in the Wild: Theories, Methods, and Analytical Approaches
Part 1, Michael Khoo, David Ribes
Colorado A/B

Next Generation Knowledge Organization Systems: Integration Challenges and Strategies: The 7th Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS) Workshop
Part 1, Gail Hodge, Linda Hill, Jian Qin, Douglas Tudhope, Marcia Zeng
Colorado C/D


Saturday, June 11

 

7:30-8:30 am Continental breakfast
In session rooms


Saturday 8:30 am–12:00 pm Workshops

Break at 10:00 am

International Scientific Data, Standards, & Digital Libraries
Part 2, Laura M. Bartolo, John R. Rumble
Mattie Silks

Studying Digital Library Users in the Wild: Theories, Methods, and Analytical Approaches
Part 2, Michael Khoo, David Ribes
Gold Coin (note location change)

Next Generation Knowledge Organization Systems: Integration Challenges and Strategies: The 7th Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS) Workshop, Part 2
Pomeroy (note location change)
Gail Hodge, Linda Hill, Jian Qin, Douglas Tudhope, Marcia Zeng