Dr. Daniel Russell, Google
Please join University Libraries on Monday, October 31st at 3:30pm for their first lecture in the Research Commons Events @ EPSL series featuring:
Google's Űber Tech Lead for Search Quality and User Happiness
"The Future of Asking (and Answering) Questions: How Technology Changes the Way We Think"
Monday, October 31st, 2016 at 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Engineering and Physical Science Library, Room 1403, Math (Kirwan) Building
What is the future of search, online content, and reference questions? How can today’s information searchers help us envision the library of the future? Dr. Daniel Russell, library advocate, user, and Senior Research Scientist for Search Quality & User Happiness at Google, will share his thoughts on the future of libraries, online question asking, information search and retrieval.
Russell’s work focuses on understanding how searchers think of online content, exploring how they search and what they consider search success and failure. He blogs at SearchReSearch, teaches search skills classes online at PowerSearchingWithGoogle.com, and teaches live search classes at libraries throughout California and the world. Russell has been affiliated for several years with the University of Maryland's Future of Information Alliance as its Future-ist in Residence.
To register, visit: http://umd.libcal.com/event/2832607