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Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, presented "A New Paradigm Shift Called Digital Art History" at the International Conference on Chen Cheng-po and Modern East Asian Art History in National Palace of Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, on Jan. 16 and 17, 2015.
Additional Comments: Zeng was an invited panelist on the session. She also was participating in research projects and training at the Academia Sinica Digital Center during her visit in Taipei in January.
Richard Feinberg, Department of Anthroplogy, was session co-organizer for "ASAO Histories" at the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Feb. 3-7, 2015.
Rebecca Meehan, School of Library and Information Science, presented "Usability Improvements to Electronic Health Records: Finding Realistic Paths to Success" at the International Conference on Health Informatics in Lisbon, Portugal, in January 2015.
Summary: The paper will be published in the conference proceedings, pages 514-518, ISBN: 978-989-758-068-0, SCITEPRESS
Additional Comments: At the same conference, Meehan was session chair for "Current Research in Health Informatics."
Marianne Martens, School of Library and Information Science, presented "Through the Looking Glass: How Danish LIS Education Reflects Mandates on Culture" at the 2015 ALISE Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois, on Jan. 27, 2015.
Summary: Martens presented her “Works in Progress” poster.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, presented “Jack Kerouac’s Haiku and The Dharma Bums” and chaired a special session, “The Genesis and Development of the Chicago Renaissance,” at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention in Vancouver, Canada, Jan. 8-11, 2015.
Peter C. Kratcoski, professor emeritus in the Department of Sociology, Blake M. Randol and Lauren Block, authored a section of a book, "United States Legal System" in Trends in the Judiciary Volume Two, 1st Ed., (Boca Raton, Florida: CRCPress/ Taylor and Francis Group). David Lowe and Dilip K. Das, Eds. (2015), 197-200.
Steven R. Brown, Kent State’s Evaluation and Measurement Program, Stentor Danielson and Job van Exel, authored "Overly ambitious critics and the Medici Effect: A reply to Kampen and Tamás," Quality & Quantity, Vol. 49, Issue 2, (2015): 523-537.
Summary: This article is a response to Kampen and Tamás's "Overly Ambitious: Contributions and Current Status of Q Methodology," Quality & Quantity, 2014.
Yin Zhang, School of Library and Information Science, Cristobal Urbano, Tom Klinger, University Libraries, and Kay Downey, University Libraries, authored "An Evaluation of Patron-Driven Acquisitions (PDA) for eBooks at KSU Library," Computers in Libraries, Vol. 34, Issue 1, (2014): 10-13.