Category: Posters

LiT.RL presents at 2017 Congress of the Humanities & Social Sciences, Toronto

The lab had several presentations at the Annual Conference of The Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS2017) and at the the Annual Conference of Canadian Communication Association Conference (CCA2017) at Ryerson University, Toronto, May 31 – June 2, 2017. Both conferences were part of the Annual Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences. The city looked Read More …

Multilingual Info Access Poster Session was a Success!

Today, on 6 December 2016, 25 language and country combinations were discussed by Master’s students (listed below) at FIMS, Western University. What are the most innovative initiatives in metadata provision in Sweden and the Netherlands? How do governments support the revitalization of resource-scarce languages such as Maori in New Zealand, Gaelic in Scotland, Inuktitut and Read More …

Student Poster Session: Multilingual Access

On December 6th, 2016 (Tue) ⑨:00 – ⑪:50 a.m. we will be holding Student Poster Session on MULTILINGUAL INFORMATION ACCESS in various global contexts. Western FIMS & Linguistics and broader community welcome! See course description here. Location: Graduate Research Center, Faculty of Information Media Studies, 2nd floor, North Campus Building, Western University. See our posters Read More …

FIMS Graduate Research Day

On April 14, 2016 our lab presented a poster at the FIMS Research Day. The work is based on the project that aims to identify fake news. Satirical news, if mistaken for legitimate reporting, often pose a problem by misleading readers. A full paper associated with this poster is stored in ResearchGate repository. The paper Read More …

Event: Language & Computer Tech Poster Session

Today at Western University Graduate Research Center at FIMS, a group of students in the “Language & Computer Technologies for Libraries and beyond” class (LIS 9732/9832) presented posters on various topics in Natural Language Processing. The student courageously answered audience’s questions, from simple to more complex ones. How do various Language Technologies (L-ITs) work, who Read More …