Preliminary Conference Agenda

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This agenda is preliminary and subject to change.

 
Session Overview
Date: Saturday, 30/Mar/2019
12:00pm Undergraduate Symposium
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 0215
Date: Sunday, 31/Mar/2019
7:30am
-
8:30am
Breakfast (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
7:30am
-
5:00pm
Registration desk open
8:30am
-
10:00am
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 1 of 4
Location: 2112
Chair: Sun Young Park, University of Michigan
Workshop 1a: Conceptualizing the Future of Information Privacy Research
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Workshop 2a: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105
Workshop 3a: Charting the Future of Forced Migration Research in Information Science
Location: 0101
Workshop 4a: Human agency towards digital inclusion: Implementing an international study of tech help networks
Location: Chasen Family Room
Workshop 6a: Establishing an Inspiring, Inclusive, and Interdisciplinary Research Community Around Young People, Information, and Technology
Location: 1105
Workshop 7a: InVivo Inspiration: Investigating Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS)
Location: 0102
iSchools Meeting 1: North American Regional Meeting
Location: 1101/1102
Chair: Keith Marzullo

Invite Only

   
10:00am
-
10:30am
Break
10:30am
-
12:00pm
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 2 of 4
Location: 2112
Chair: Anita Komlodi, University of Maryland Baltimore COunty
Workshop 1b: Conceptualizing the Future of Information Privacy Research
Location: 2100/2101/2102

Part 2 of 4

Workshop 2b: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105

Part 2 of 4

Workshop 3b: Charting the Future of Forced Migration Research in Information Science
Location: 0101

Part 2 of 4

Workshop 4b: Human agency towards digital inclusion: Implementing an international study of tech help networks
Location: Chasen Family Room

Part 2 of 2

Workshop 6b: Establishing an Inspiring, Inclusive, and Interdisciplinary Research Community Around Young People, Information, and Technology
Location: 1105

Part 2 of 2

Workshop 7b: InVivo Inspiration: Investigating Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS)
Location: 0102

Part 2 of 2

NA iSchool & CRA 1a
Location: 1101/1102
Chair: Marie desJardins

Part 1 of 4. Invite Only

   
12:00pm
-
1:30pm
Lunch break (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
NA iSchool & CRA 1b
Location: 2110/2111
Chair: Marie desJardins

Part 2 of 4. Invite Only

 
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 3 of 4
Location: 2112
Chair: Sun Young Park, University of Michigan
Workshop 1c: Conceptualizing the Future of Information Privacy Research
Location: 2100/2101/2102

Part 3 of 4

Workshop 2c: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105

Part 3 of 4

Workshop 3c: Charting the Future of Forced Migration Research in Information Science
Location: 0101

Part 3 of 4

Workshop 8a: Online nonsense: tools and teaching to combat fake news on the Web
Location: Chasen Family Room
Workshop 9a: Beyond Representations: Developing Inclusive Workplaces for Faculty and Staff with Disabilities
Location: 1105
Workshop 10a: Utilizing An Empathy Lens To Understand Information Technology Usage And Adoption
Location: 0102
Workshop 11a: Work in the Age of Intelligent Machines: Key Dilemmas for the Information Community
Location: 1101/1102
Workshop 12a: Detecting and Taming Social Bots with Mixed Methods
Location: 2115
Workshop 13a: Troubleshooting Data Storytelling
Location: Patuxent Room (Sunday)
iSchools Meeting 2: European Regional Meeting
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 2119
Chair: Peter A. Bath, University of Sheffield

Invite Only

NA iSchool & CRA 1c
Location: 2110/2111
Chair: Marie desJardins

Guest Speakers:

Jim Kurose (National Science Foundation (NSF) -- Assistant Director, Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate)
• Patricia Flatley Brennan (National Institutes of Health (NIH) -- Director, National Library of Medicine (NLM))
• Brian Pierce (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) -- Office Director, Information Innovation Office (I20))

Part 3 of 4. Invite Only

     
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
Doctoral Colloquium, Part 4 of 4
Location: 2112
Chair: Anita Komlodi, University of Maryland Baltimore COunty
Workshop 1d: Conceptualizing the Future of Information Privacy Research
Location: 2100/2101/2102

Part 4 of 4

Workshop 2d: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105

Part 4 of 4

Workshop 3d: Charting the Future of Forced Migration Research in Information Science
Location: 0101

Part 4 of 4

Workshop 8b: Online nonsense: tools and teaching to combat fake news on the Web
Location: Chasen Family Room

Part 2 of 2

Workshop 9b: Beyond Representations: Developing Inclusive Workplaces for Faculty and Staff with Disabilities
Location: 1105

Part 2 of 2

Workshop 10b: Utilizing An Empathy Lens To Understand Information Technology Usage And Adoption
Location: 0102

Part 2 of 2

Workshop 11b: Work in the Age of Intelligent Machines: Key Dilemmas for the Information Community
Location: 1101/1102

Part 2 of 2

Workshop 12b: Detecting and Taming Social Bots with Mixed Methods
Location: 2115

Part 2 of 2

Workshop 13b: Troubleshooting Data Storytelling
Location: Patuxent Room (Sunday)

Part 2 of 2

iSchools Meeting 3: Asia/Pacific Regional Meeting
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 2119
Chair: Miguel Nunes

Invite Only

NA iSchool & CRA 1d
Location: 2110/2111
Chair: Marie desJardins

Part 4 of 4. Invite Only

     
5:00pm
-
7:00pm
Opening Drinks Reception
Location: General Vessey Foyer
Date: Monday, 01/Apr/2019
7:30am
-
8:30am
Breakfast (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
7:30am
-
5:00pm
Registration desk open
8:30am
-
10:00am
Kentaro Toyama: Technology’s Law of Amplification, and What It Means for iSchools
10:00am
-
10:30am
Break
10:30am
-
12:00pm
Papers 1: Scientific Work and Data Practices
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Michael Lesk, Rutgers University
Papers 2: Methodological Concerns in (Big) Data Research
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Papers 3: Concerns about “Smart” Interactions and Privacy
Location: 0105
Chair: Irene Lopatovska, Pratt Institute
Papers 4: Identity Questions in Online Communities
Location: 0101
Chair: Denise E. Agosto, Drexel University
SIE 1: Education for the Information Professions
Location: Patuxent Room
SIE 2: How do we promote public engagement with science?
Location: Chasen Family Room
iSchool Partnerships and Practices, Part 1 of 3
Location: 1105
Chair: Elke Greifeneder, Humboldt-University Berlin

Collaborating with Industry: Best Practices & Lessons Learned

Graduate Program Directors
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 2119

invite only

   
12:00pm
-
1:30pm
Lunch break (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
SP1: Elsevier: Building Research Data Management Librarian Academy (RDMLA)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
iSchools Meeting 4A: All Heads of iSchools, Part 1 of 2
Location: Chasen Family Room
Chair: Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University

Invite Only

   
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
Papers 5: Measuring and Tracking Scientific Literature
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Peter Darch, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Papers 6: Limits and Affordances of Automation
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Radhika Garg, Syracuse University
Papers 7: Collecting Data about Vulnerable Populations
Location: 0105
Chair: Amelia Acker, University of Texas at Austin
Papers 8: Supporting Communities Through Public Libraries and Infrastructure
Location: 0101
Chair: Rachel Ivy Clarke, Syracuse University
SIE 3: Playing around: Informing, including, and inspiring youth-centered information researchers
Location: Patuxent Room
iSchools Meeting 4B: All Heads of iSchools, Part 2 of 2
Location: Chasen Family Room
Chair: Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University

Invite Only

Blue Sky Paper 1
Location: 1105
Chair: John King, University of Michigan
Graduate Program Directors
Location: 1311

invite only

   
3:00pm
-
3:30pm
Break
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
Papers 9: Information Behaviors in Academic Environments
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Wu Dan, Wuhan University
Papers 10: Data-Driven Storytelling and Modeling
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Matthew Andrew Willis, University of Oxford
Papers 11: Online Activism
Location: 0105
Chair: Colin Rhinesmith, Simmons University
Papers 12: Digital Libraries, Curation and Preservation
Location: 0101
Chair: Ricky Punzalan, University of Maryland College of Information Studies
SIE 4: Undergraduate Data Science Education in iSchools: Current Practices and Future Directions
Location: Patuxent Room
SIE 5: Family Matters: Studying Information Phenomena Within the Context of the Family
Location: Chasen Family Room
iSchool Partnerships and Practices, Part 2 of 3
Location: 1105
Chair: Marcelo Milrad

New Teaching Concepts at iSchools

     
5:00pm
-
6:30pm
Break / Banquet Travel
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004
6:30pm
-
9:30pm
Banquet

Address:

1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004

Date: Tuesday, 02/Apr/2019
7:30am
-
8:30am
Breakfast (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
7:30am
-
5:00pm
Registration desk open
8:30am
-
10:00am
Brewster Kahle: Opening our Libraries: Millions of Books Online through Controlled Digital Lending
10:00am
-
10:30am
Break
10:30am
-
12:00pm
Papers 13: Social-Media Text Mining and Sentiment Analysis
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Peter Organisciak, University of Denver
Papers 14: Data and Information in the Public Sphere
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Heather Moulaison, University of Missouri
Papers 15: Engaging with Multi-Media Content
Location: 0105
Chair: Guo Freeman, Clemson University
SIE 6: Making Core Memory
Location: 0101
SIE 7: Domain-centric and cross-disciplinary educational opportunities in iSchools
Location: Patuxent Room
SIE 8: Going Forward: Positioning Library and Information Science Graduate Programs for 21st Century Practice
Location: Chasen Family Room
Blue Sky Paper 2
Location: 1105
Chair: John King, University of Michigan
     
12:00pm
-
1:30pm
Lunch break (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
Papers 16: Understanding Online Behaviors and Experiences
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Isa Jahnke, University of Missouri
Papers 17: Algorithms at Work
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Monica Grace Maceli, Pratt Institute
Papers 18: Innovation and Professionalization in Technology Communities
Location: 0105
Chair: Lilia Pavlovsky, Rutgers University
SIE 9: The Pervasive Data Ethics Festivus!
Location: 0101
Modus Create: The Bottom Line: How To Tie Your Design Decisions to Business Outcomes
Location: Chasen Family Room
Blue Sky Paper 3
Location: 1105
Chair: John King, University of Michigan
       
3:00pm
-
3:30pm
Break
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
Papers 19: Information Behaviors on Twitter
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Michael Zimmer, UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies
Papers 20: Data Mining and NLP
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Catherine Blake, Illinois
Papers 21: Informing Technology Design Through Offline Experiences
Location: 0105
Chair: Carsten Oesterlund, Syracuse University
SIE 10: Information Technologies and Knowledge Representation for the Benefit of Diverse & Marginalized Communities of Users
Location: 0101
SIE 11: iStories: Reimagining the narratives of information research
Location: Patuxent Room
SP2: ASIS&T Panel: Information Science Beyond the Information Age
Location: Chasen Family Room
Chair: Elaine Toms
iSchool Partnerships and Practices, Part 3 of 3
Location: 1105
Chair: Heidi Julien, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Combining industry collaboration and teaching: can it work?

     
5:00pm
-
6:00pm
Poster Session
Location: Hall of Distinction
6:00pm
-
7:00pm
Heads of iSchools Reception
Location: Offsite: Cambria Hotel College Park

Invite Only

Date: Wednesday, 03/Apr/2019
7:30am
-
8:30am
Breakfast (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
7:30am
-
12:00pm
Registration desk open
8:30am
-
10:00am
Carla Hayden: Librarian of Congress
iSchools Meeting 5A: Board of Directors, Part 1 of 2
Location: 1105
Chair: Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University

Invite Only

 
10:00am
-
10:30am
Break
10:30am
-
12:00pm
Papers 22: Digital Tools for Health Management
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Zhan Zhang, Pace University
Papers 23: Environmental and Visual Literacy
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Papers 24: Addressing Social Problems in iSchools Research
Location: 0105

Session Chair Brian Butler

SIE 12: Engaging Speculative Practices to Probe Values & Ethics in Sociotechnical Systems
Location: 0101
SIE 13: Finding a Third Path: Complexity and Ambiguity in Professional Ethics
Location: Patuxent Room
SIE 14: Mental Health and the iSchools: Audiences and Strategies for Support
Location: Chasen Family Room
Blue Sky Paper 4
Location: 1105
Chair: John King, University of Michigan
iSchools Meeting 5B: Board of Directors, Part 2 of 2
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 2119
Chair: Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University

Invite Only

   
1:00pm
-
3:00pm
ASIST, ALISE, and iSchools Meeting
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 0302H

Invite Only

1:00pm
-
4:00pm
Early Career Colloquium
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 2119
Chair: Hamid Ekbia, Indiana University

 
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