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|Howison, James||School of Information||James Howison examines the impact of information technology, especially software, on the organization of work. His current work focuses on the organization of scientific software production.|
|Huang, Sheng-Cheng||School of Information||Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Usability Engineering, Semiotics, Language Recognition, and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)|
|Immroth, Barbara||School of Information; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Children's services, children's literature, intellectual freedom, and multitype library networking; Education of Library and Information Science Specialists, Information Literacy|
|Karadkar, Unmil||School of Information||I develop and evaluate software interfaces for image, audio, and video digital collections. I design software to help individuals locate information of interest within a large collection. My …|
|Laird, Michael||School of Information||Rare Books, Manuscripts, Bookbinding, Incunabula, Antiquarian Bibliography, Library Sale Catalogues, Provenance, Book Arts|
|Lang, Elon||The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas; Humanities Program; School of Information; Medieval Studies Program|
|Lease, Matthew||Computer Science; School of Information||Information Retrieval & Search Engines Crowdsourcing & Human Computation Natural Language Processing & Human Language Technologies|
|Miksa, Francis||School of Information||Dr. Miksa's research interests center on classification theory, the organization of materials for access, and the history of library and information science.|
|Pavelka, Karen||School of Information||Interests include Acetate negatives; conservation education. Pavelka trains conservators and preservation administrators, with an emphasis on library and archives, and Ms. Pavelka teaches the paper …|
|Rice-Lively, Mary||School of Information||Dr. Rice-Lively's research interests focus on social and communication behavior among users of new technologies and exploring these interactions using qualitative research methodologies. Among …|