Preliminary Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Location: 0105
Date: Sunday, 31/Mar/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
Workshop 2a: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105
 

Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto

F. A. Peer, C. D’Ignazio, A. Happonen, M. Palacin-Silva, A. Wolff

10:30am
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12:00pm
Workshop 2b: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105

Part 2 of 4

1:30pm
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3:00pm
Workshop 2c: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105

Part 3 of 4

3:30pm
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5:00pm
Workshop 2d: Workshopping a Data Equity Manifesto
Location: 0105

Part 4 of 4

Date: Monday, 01/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
Papers 3: Concerns about “Smart” Interactions and Privacy
Location: 0105
Chair: Irene Lopatovska, Pratt Institute
 

Understanding the Role of Privacy and Trust in Intelligent Personal Assistant Adoption

Y. Liao1, J. Vitak1, P. Kumar1, M. Zimmer2, K. Kritikos2

1: University of Maryland, College Park, United States of America; 2: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, United States of America



Eliciting Privacy Concerns for Smart Home Devices from a User Centered Perspective

C. Chhetri, V. Motti

George Mason University, United States of America



A Study of Usage and Usability of Intelligent Personal Assistants in Denmark

T. Bogers, A. A. A. Al-Basri, C. Ostermann Rytlig, M. E. Bak Møller, M. Juhl Rasmussen, N. K. Bates Michelsen, S. Gerling Jørgensen

Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark

1:30pm
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3:00pm
Papers 7: Collecting Data about Vulnerable Populations
Location: 0105
Chair: Amelia Acker, University of Texas at Austin
 

Documenting the Undocumented: Privacy and Security Guidelines for Humanitarian Work with Irregular Migrants

S. Vannini1, R. Gomez1, B. C. Newell2

1: University of Washington; 2: University of Kentucky



Applying photovoice to the study of Asian immigrants’ information needs

S. Khoir1, J. T. Du2, R. M. Davison3

1: Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia; 2: University of South Australia; 3: City University of Hong Kong



Investigating Health Self-Management among Immigrant College Students with Depression

J. Dodson1, J. Thang2, N. Saint Preux3, C. Frye4, L. Ly5, J. Murrieta6, L. Sun4, E. V. Eikey7

1: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; 2: Indiana University, Bloomington; 3: College of Westchester; 4: University of Pittsburgh; 5: University of Washington; 6: University of Maryland, College Park; 7: University of California, Irvine



Proposing “Mobile, Finance, and Information” Toolkit for Financial Inclusion of the Poor in Developing Countries

D. Potnis1, B. Gala2

1: University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States of America; 2: Central University of Gujarat, India

3:30pm
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5:00pm
Papers 11: Online Activism
Location: 0105
Chair: Colin Rhinesmith, Simmons University
 

Information Bridges: Understanding the Informational Role of Network Brokerages in Polarised Online Discourses

P. Yan

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



Putting the “Move” in Social Movements: Assessing the Role of Kama Muta in Online Activism

J. Pierre

UCLA, United States of America



Crowdsourcing Change: A novel vantage point for investigating online petitioning platforms

S. Dhanorkar, M. B. Rosson

Pennsylvania State University, United States of America

Date: Tuesday, 02/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
Papers 15: Engaging with Multi-Media Content
Location: 0105
Chair: Guo Freeman, Clemson University
 

"Looking for an amazing game I can relax and sink hours into...": A Study of Relevance Aspects in Video Game Discovery

T. Bogers1, M. Gäde2, M. Koolen3, V. Petras2, M. Skov4

1: Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 3: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences – Humanities Cluster, Amsterdam; 4: Aalborg University, Denmark



Moving Beyond Text: How Teens Evaluate Video-Based High Stakes Health Information via Social Media

K. M Booth1, E. M Trauth2

1: University of Pittsburgh, United States of America; 2: The Pennsylvania State University, United States of America



Engagement With Personal Music Collections

S. J. Cunningham

Waikato University, New Zealand

1:30pm
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3:00pm
Papers 18: Innovation and Professionalization in Technology Communities
Location: 0105
Chair: Lilia Pavlovsky, Rutgers University
 

The Innovation Ecology: Collaborative Information, Community Support, and Policy in A Creative Technology Community

G. Freeman1, J. Bardzell2, S. Bardzell2, N. J McNeese1

1: Clemson University, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America



Professional Identity and Information Use: On Becoming a Machine Learning Developer

C. T. Wolf

IBM Research, Almaden, United States of America



Whether the Evolution of iSchool Revolves Around "Information, Technology and People"?

Y. Cai, P. Wu, P. Zhu

Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China, People's Republic of

3:30pm
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5:00pm
Papers 21: Informing Technology Design Through Offline Experiences
Location: 0105
Chair: Carsten Oesterlund, Syracuse University
 

“Happy Rides Are All Alike; Every Unhappy Ride Is Unhappy in Its Own Way”: Passengers’ Emotional Experiences while Using a Mobile Application for Ride-sharing

M. Dedema, P. Zhang

Peking University, China, People's Republic of



From Paper Forms to Electronic Flowsheets: Documenting Medical Resuscitations in a Time of Transition

S. Jagannath1, A. Sarcevic1, S. Myers2

1: Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA; 2: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA



Firefighters’ Strategies for Processing Spatial Information During Emergency Rescue Searches

J. Cope1,6, M. Arias2,6, D. Williams3,6, C. Bahm4,6, V. Ngwazini5,6

1: University of Pittsburgh; 2: California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; 3: Indiana University; 4: La Roche College, United States of America; 5: Oakwood University; 6: ISchool Inclusion Institute

Date: Wednesday, 03/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
Papers 24: Addressing Social Problems in iSchools Research
Location: 0105

Session Chair Brian Butler

 

‘Berrypicking’ in the formation of ideas about problem drinking amongst users of alcohol online support groups

S. Sanger, P. A. Bath, J. Bates

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



LIS Job Advertisements: Seeking Inclusion and Diversity

K. M Thompson1,2, R. Muir2, A. Qayyum2

1: University of South Carolina, United States of America; 2: Charles Sturt University, Australia



Unmapped Privacy Expectations in China: Discussion Based on the Proposed Social Credit System

Y. Ma

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America


 
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