Thursday, December 10

ICADL (New Millennium Hall)
08:00‐09:0
0 Pastries and Coffee
09:00‐09:20
Opening (Auditorium)
09:20‐10:30
Invited Speaker: Ross Wilkinson, Executive Director Australian National Data Service
(Auditorium)
The Value of a High Quality Data Digital Library

Australia invests $AUD1‐2B per annum in research data. Like most countries, it wants to get the best return possible on this data. Europe is spending E1.4B on their open data “pilot”. This means the data should be FAIR: findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable. Part of this is that data should be routinely “published” and available in a “data repository”. But what does this mean?  A digital library that enables use of data beyond its first use is key to exploiting a high quality data digital library – but how can we combine data gathered for one purpose, with other data, and publications to make new discoveries?  Some of the challenges are very mundane, and very important, and others at the limits of statistical inference.  This talk will explore what has been done to date, explore data “value”, and look to what is next

10:35‐11:50 Papers #1   Processing for Digital Curation and Data Science (Auditorium)    Chair:  Jian Qin An Approach to Document FingerprintingYunhyong Kim and Seamus Ross Formal Acknowledgement of Citizen Scientists’ Contributions via Dynamic Data CitationsJane Hunter and Chih‐Hsiang Hsu Comparing Network Structures of Different Versions of a Book: A Case Study of the BibleKeeheon Lee

10:35‐11:50 Papers #2   Tweets and Texts  (Room 302)    Chair:  Kulthida Tuamsuk User Motivations for Tweeting Research Articles: A Content Analysis ApproachJin‐Cheon Na More than Just Black and White: A Case for Grey Literature References in Scientific PaperInformation Retrieval SystemsAravind Sesagiri Raamkumar, Schubert Foo and Natalie Pang Identification of Tweets that Mention Books: An Experimental Comparison of Machine LearningMethodsShuntaro Yada and Kyo Kageura

11:50‐13:10 Lunch  (Hangyeong Hall)13:10‐14:20 Panel #1  Digital Humanities (Auditorium)Chair:  Jane Hunter Digital Archives and Digital Methods: An Indonesian Case StudyMiguel Escobar Varela Digital Humanities Research for the Greater Mekong Subregion at KhonKaen UniversityKulthida Tuamsuk Modeling Digital Literary Texts “Literally”Wayne de Fremery Digital Humanities Research in JapanKiyonori Nagasaki

13:10‐14:20 Papers #3  Language Processing and Big Text Data (Room 302)Chair:  Emi Ishita AfriWeb: A Web Search Engine for a Marginalized LanguageNkosana Malumba, Katlego Moukangwe and Hussein Suleman Experiments on Russian‐English Identity ResolutionZinaida Apanovich and Alexander Marchuk On‐Demand Big Data Analysis in Digital Repositories: A Lightweight Approach Using DockerZhiwu Xie, Yinlin Chen, Tingting Jiang, Julie Speer, Tyler Walters, Pablo Tarazagaand Mary E.F. Kasarda  (tentatively rescheduled for Session #6)

14:25‐15:35 Papers #4  Metadata and Discovery (Auditorium)    Chair: Eun Gyoung Seo Semi‐Automatic Metadata Generation Workflow for Developing Continuing Education ResourceRepositoryJung‐Ran Park and Andrew Brenza Enhancing Subject Metadata with Automated Weighting in the Medical Domain: A Comparison ofDifferent MeasuresKun Lu, Jin Mao and Gang Li Data Transfer between Discovery Services and Library Catalogs: A Case Study at the University of theFraser ValleyHongfei Li and Diane Cruickshank

14:25‐15:35 Papers #5   Photos and Rumors – Social and Mobile (Room 302)    Chair:  Aek Achananuparp Investigating Image Processing Algorithms for Navigating Cultural Heritage Spaces using MobileDevicesAyodeji Olojede and Hussein Suleman Instagram this! Sharing Photos on InstagramChei Sian Lee, Nur Alifah Binte Ab Bakar, Raudhah Binti Muhammad Dahriand Sei‐Ching Joanna Sin Analyzing Users’ Trust Intention toward Online Health RumorsAlton Chua and Snehasish Banerjee

15:35‐15:50 Break15:50‐17:00 Invited Speaker:  Philip Schreur, Stanford University Library (Auditorium)    BIBFRAME and the Future of LibrariesUntil recently, libraries have isolated themselves from the semantic Web through their use of a uniquecommunication format developed in the 1960s called MAchine‐Readable Cataloging, or MARC.  BIBFRAME, an RDF based schema developed by the Library of Congress, will finally allow them both toembed their data into the semantic web and to take advantage of the increasing stores of data there.  The transition will not be an easy one, however, as the library ecosystem is completely dependent onthe MARC formats for its structure.  A project called Linked Data for Libraries, with financial supportfrom the Mellon Foundation, is finally pushing libraries and their data into the semantic Web where anincreasing number of their patrons search for their information needs

17:15‐18:30 Reception and Posters (YERP Auditorium) Mining Variations in Hangul OrthographyJu Young An and Robert B Allen Development of the Imaginary Beings Knowledge StructureWirapong Chansanam and Kulthida Tuamsuk Semantic Knowledge Retrieval for Belief CultureWirapong Chansanam, Kulthida Tuamsuk, Kanyarat Kwiecien, Taneth Ruangrajitpakornand Thepchai Supnithi Digital Reading Behavior of LIS Graduate Students: A Case Study at National Taiwan NormalUniversityChia‐Hsiang Chen and Hao‐Ren Ke Performance of a Cloud‐Based Digital LibraryYinlin Chen and Edward Fox Encompassing Retrieval of Academic Papers for User’s Information NeedKosuke Furusawa, Hongjun Fan, Yoichi Tomiura and Emi Ishita Ontology‐Based Digital Humanities System for the Development of Librarianship in TaiwanHao‐Ren Ke, Xing‐Zhi Fu and Shun‐Hong Xie Designing Interface for Elderly Adults: Accessing the Smartphone to the WorldLing‐Ling Lai and Chia‐Rou Lai Investigating the Use of YouTube as a Self‐Directed Learning PlatformChei Sian Lee, Hamzah Osop, Gani Kelni and Dion Hoe‐Lian Goh.   Recommender Knowledge‐based System for the Researches on the Development of NortheasternThailandJirapong Panawong and Kulthida Tuamsuk Schema.org for Wikipedia’s Articles on ArchitectureJay Park Mining Latent Research Groups within Institutions Using an Author‐Topic ModelTakeshi Shirai, Yoichi Tomiura, Shosaku Tanaka and Ryutaro Ono Evaluating Library Escape: A Prototype Information Literacy GameYan Ru Guo and Dion Hoe‐Lian Goh E‐Government in Kazakhstan as a Segment of a Semantic Digital Library    Gulmira S. Sultanbaeva, Nurgul P. Saparkhojayeva and Elmira S. Sultanbayeva Study of Color Universal Design in Digital GamesKazuya Takemata, Tsubasa Takeda, Misa Tanaka and Akiyuki Minamide A Survey and a Comparative Study of Natural Disaster Taxonomies of Current PracticeLi Yang and Yejun Wu Staff Development of Academic Librarians to Improve Information Literacy Education in the DigitalAgeYukiko Watanabe and Kenshi Hyodo A Portal to Digital Libraries and Digital Archives in HawaiiAndrew Wertheimer Extracting Structure from Scientific AbstractsPaul Willot, Kazuhiro Hattori and Akiko Aizawa Linked Data for Professional Education (LD4PE) ProjectMarcia Zeng, Sam Oh, Michael Crandall, Stuart Sutton and Thomas Baker

18:30‐19:15 Banquet (YERP Lower Lobby)19:15‐20:30 Performance (YERP Auditorium)