In-Class Work - Week 3
This assignment is based on S. Keshav’s “How to Read a Paper”
Divide up into groups of 2 and work through Keshav’s First Pass on a WS-DL publication.
- Each group member should work through the first pass individually (5-10 mins)
- Gather back and discuss your 5 Cs together (5 mins)
- Each group will present a short summary of the paper based on this first pass reading.
Keshav’s First Pass
- read the title, abstract, introduction, section headings, conclusions, and references
- answer the 5 Cs: category, context, correctness, contributions, clarity
- Justin F. Brunelle, Mat Kelly, Hany SalahEldeen, Michele C. Weigle, and Michael L. Nelson, Not all mementos are created equal: Measuring the impact of missing resources, Proceedings of JCDL 2014, pp. 321–330.
- Yasmin A. AlNoamany, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson, Access patterns for robots and humans in web archives, Proceedings of JCDL 2013, pp. 339-348. (Also available as Technical Report arXiv:1309.4009).
- Scott G. Ainsworth, Michael L. Nelson, Evaluating sliding and sticky target policies by measuring temporal drift in acyclic walks through a web archive, Proceedings of JCDL 2013, pp. 39-48. (Also available as Technical Report arXiv:1309.5503).
- Ahmed AlSum, Michael L. Nelson, Thumbnail Summarization Techniques for Web Archives, Proceedings of ECIR 2014, pp. 299-310.