Public Lecture Series, Spring ’17

Simmons College, SLIS

Calendar of Events
3/14, TueRong Tang & Kyong Eun OhCollaboratory11-11:50
Processing News through Smart Phones: A Self-Reported Study of Mobile News Behavior of University Students
3/22, WedG BenoîtCollaboratory12-12:50
Critical Theory, LIS, & Civic Engagement
4/10, MonChristopher BavitzCollaboratory12-12:50
Hot Topics in Music Copyright Law: Managing Complexity for Those Who Create and Exploit Musical Compositions and Sound Recordings
4/12, WedColin Rhinesmith & Madison Bishop12-12:50Time
Checking out the Internet from Rural Libraries
[tba]Eileen Abels[tba][tba]
Envisioning Our Information Future and How to Educate for It Website
[tba]Linda Schuller
Copyright - what you need to know
[TBA]Nanette Veilleux
Graduate Student Assistants Lightening Panels

The Public Lecture Series was started in 2004 by Prof. Benoît as a venue inviting faculty, staff, students, practitioners, and the entire College community to share their ideas.

Rong Tang and Kyong-Eun Oh

Usability expert, Prof. Rong Tang, will present with Prof. Kyong-Eun Oh,

Processing News through Smart Phones: A Self-Reported Study of Mobile News Behavior of University Students

Christopher Bavitz

Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University

Hot Topics in Music Copyright Law: Managing Complexity for Those Who Create and Exploit Musical Compositions and Sound Recordings

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Colin Rhinesmith and Madison Bishop


Checking out the Internet from Rural Libraries

Nanette Veilleux


Grad Student Researchers Lightening Panels

G Benoît

Critical Theory, LIS, and Civic Engagement

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