- This event has passed.
Presentation by Dr. Inkyung Choi, ‘Organization and Retrieval of Information’
May 15, 2018 | 1:30 pm
Join us for a special presentation by Inkyung Choi Tuesday, May 15 at 1:30pm in Manning Hall 01.
Organization and Retrieval of Information
This lecture talks about Information Retrievals(IR) in terms of the relationship with Information Organization (IO). We will discuss fundamental concepts in IR such as relevance and two approaches to information retrieval–user-centered approaches and system-centered approaches. In the lecture, we will have a short basic search exercise as well as an introduction of tools for retrieving and organizing information.
Dr. Inkyung Choi, PhD
Bio: Inkyung Choi is a PhD from the school of information studies at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM). She holds a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from ischool at Syracuse University. Her research interests stem from intellectual curiosity about social and cultural pluralistic perspectives, which influence ways of organizing knowledge. Her dissertation research is a mixed method study to investigate in what ways a globalized knowledge organization (KO) system can be adapted into a culturally different regional environment and what are the impacts of sociocultural factors on the adaptation of the system. She has taught core courses for the Master of Library and Information Science program and Bachelor of Information Science and Technology program. At the graduate level, she taught Organization of Information (face-to-face and online). At the undergraduate level, she has taught Introduction to Information Science and Technology (face-to-face and online) and Organization of Knowledge (face-to-face and online).
Click here for simple instructions to subscribe to the events feed in your own calendar.