Each year, GSLIS presents a number of cutting-edge lectures that address critical and timely topics in library and information science.
In accordance with the Illinois Information Technology Accessibility Act of 2008, lecture transcripts are available upon request. Please contact help [at] support.lis.illinois.edu with your request. We ask that you allow 2 weeks for transcription and we reserve the right to ask for more time, depending upon limited captioning capacity.
Some sessions are available only to current GSLIS faculty, staff, and students.
Windsor Lecture Series: “Yes, Virginia, You Can Digitize Millions of Books: Copyright, HathiTrust, and the Legacy of Libraries”
Presented by Jack Bernard, Associate General Counsel, Office of the Vice President and General Counsel, University of Michigan
Video | Audio | Recorded 4/28/15
LIS Methods Roundtable: Analysis of Transaction Logs and Other Usage Data
Panelists: Susan Avery, Undergraduate Library instructional services librarian and associate professor, University Library; Bill Mischo, head of Grainger Engineering Library Information Center and professor, University Library; and Lynn Wiley, head of acquisitions and associate professor, University Library.
Audio | Recorded 4/14/15
Research on Children, Youth and Media: Applications for LIS Education and Practice
Presented by Rebekah Willett, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Audio | Recorded 3/6/15
LIS Research Methods Roundtable: Ethnographic and Observational Research
Panelists: Kate McDowell, GSLIS associate professor and assistant dean for student affairs; Nicole Cooke, GSLIS assistant professor; and Sharon Irish, lecturer at GSLIS and the Ethnography of the University program
Audio | Recorded 2/4/15