IS Research Meetings

Information Science research meetings a.k.a Brown Bag meetings primarily focus on improving the quality of scholarly work at the department. They are meant to support faculty and PhD students in their research careers therefore it is open to all faculty and students who wish to share their ideas in the field of Information Science or Library Science. We meet every Friday at noon during a regular long semester and the participants are free to bring their lunch/snacks to the meetings.

Some of the topics discussed last semester are 'Planning professional conferences', 'Creating a Research Agenda' and 'Creating Research Partnership'. The materials can be found here. 

Bring your lunch and participate in an intellectual conversation with your fellow researchers.

Time and location: 12:00 to 13:00 Information Science Conference Room at Discovery Park Campus.

You could also join these meetings remotely, please email your interest to pranathyenamela@my.unt.edu.

The schedule of the events for Spring 2018 is given below:

DATE Topic Discussion Leader
Feb. 2 Student Centered Topics and UNT ASIS&T Participants and ASIS&T members
Feb. 9 Denton's open data day, Data science research and publication Habib and Jiangping Chen
Feb. 16 Poster presentation tips Dr. O'Connor
Feb. 23 Updates from the ALISE conference and the expanding LIS profession Dr. Hawamdeh
Mar. 2 Hitting the right balance between intellectual merit and broader impact Dr. Shobhana Chelliah
Mar. 23 Zika virus awareness and information sources among low-income pregnant Latina Dr. Susie Ramisetty Mikler
Apr. 6 Research into Metadata Quality and Metadata Change Dr. Oksana Zavalina
Apr. 20 How to make your mark in the world through journal and conference publications (and why)! Dr. Kinshuk
May. 4 Health Informatics Project at the Intelligent Information Access Lab:  Precision Medicine Information Retrieval and Smart Health Haihua Chen and Jiangping Chen