Dr Mette Skov, Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Psychology at Aalborg University in Denmark will be visiting the Information School between 13 and 17 October 2014.
Dr Skov will be delivering a seminar on 14 October entitled ‘Unlocking radio broadcast: user needs in sound retrieval’. This will discuss the development of a research infrastructure to enable future radio and audio-based research. She will present findings about the information seeking behaviour of humanities scholars dedicated to radio research and will discuss how this has informed the information architecture and interaction design of the research infrastructure. The seminar starts at 13:00 in Information School lecture room RC-204 with refreshments beforehand in the iSpace. All are welcome and booking is not required.
Her visit is being funded by the COST Action, Multilingual and Multifaceted Interactive Information Access (MUMIA) as a short term scientific mission for young researchers. Dr Skov received her Masters and PhD from the Royal School of Library and Information Science in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her research focuses on information seeking behaviour and interactive information retrieval in relation to digital cultural heritage.