Dan Albertson

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Professor and Chair of the Department of Information Science, part of the Graduate School of Education

Dan Albertson is a professor in Information Science, interactive video retrieval has been his primary research area. Research projects have examined: user interaction with video digital libraries, human factors affecting interactive video retrieval, user-centered digital video curation, and video and visual information seeking. Some new and future research directions include cultural competency in digital content, STEM learning in informal spaces, and social media and scholarly communications.

Related Publications:

Albertson, D. & Johnston, M.P. (2021, October). Modeling users’ perceptions of video information seeking, learning through added value, and using curated digital collections. Journal of Information Science, 47(5), 575-589. https://doi.org/10.1177/0165551520920807

Albertson, D. (2019). Comparing Twitter activity from different LIS conferences: Current observations and future research directions. Information Research, 24(4), paper colis1946. Available at http://InformationR.net/ir/24-4/colis/colis1946.html

Ju, B. & Albertson, D. (2018). Examining user-driven factors for intentions to use video digital libraries. Information Research, 23(2). DOI:10.1002/pra2.2015.145052010087

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