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Author(s) Organization(s) Session
Faas, TravisIndiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, United States of AmericaIdentity Questions in Online Communities  Presenter
Feinberg, MelanieUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USADigital Libraries, Curation and Preservation
Feldman, Philip GregoryUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore County, United States of America;
ASRC Federal
Blue Sky Paper 1  Presenter
Fellows, MichelleTechnology & Social Change Group, University of Washington Information SchoolPoster Session
Feng, YuanyuanCarnegie Mellon University, USADigital Tools for Health Management  Presenter
Fenlon, KatrinaUniversity of Maryland, United States of AmericaBlue Sky Paper 4
Figueroa, JosueClemson University, United States of AmericaInformation Behaviors in Academic Environments
Finholt, AndersKalamazoo College, United States of AmericaPoster Session  Presenter
Finn, MeganUniversity of Washington, United States of AmericaBlue Sky Paper 2  Presenter
Fleischmann, Kenneth R.The University of Texas at Austin, USALimits and Affordances of Automation
Information Behaviors on Twitter
Floegel, DianaInVivo Inspiration: Investigating Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS)
Francke, HelenaUniversity of BorĂ¥s, SwedeniSchool Partnerships and Practices, Part 3 of 3  Presenter
Franjione, PaigeUniversity of Pittsburgh;
ISchool Inclusion Institute
Poster Session
Freeman, GuoClemson University, United States of AmericaInnovation and Professionalization in Technology Communities  Presenter
Frye, ChristopherUniversity of PittsburghCollecting Data about Vulnerable Populations
Fu, ShitingSchool of Information Management, Wuhan University, ChinaUnderstanding Online Behaviors and Experiences  Presenter
Methodological Concerns in (Big) Data Research  Presenter
Fukuda, SatoshiKyushu University, JapanLimits and Affordances of Automation