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2018_InfoSocial_Conference_Schedule_Final

Friday March 9th and Saturday March 10th 2018
Friday Conference Location: Frances Searle Building, 2240 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208
Saturday Conference Location: Scott Hall, 601 University Pl, Evanston, IL 60201

 

Friday, March 9th Event Schedule

Time Event Notes Location
01:00 PM Opens Frances Searle Building, Lobby (building address listed above)
01:30 PM Writing Workshops Qualitative Workshop run by
Professor Larissa Buchholz,
Northwestern University

Quantitative/Qualitative Workshop run by
Professor Darren Gergle,
Northwestern University

Note: For submitted abstract authors only.

Qualitative Workshop:
Frances Searle Building, Rm 2-370
 

Quantitative/Qualitative Workshop:
Frances Searle Building, Rm 2-378

03:00 PM Networking Event Coffee & Icebreaker activities.

All registered InfoSocial attendees invited to attend.

Frances Searle Building,
2nd Floor Atrium
04:00 PM Social Implications of Technology Panel A panel featuring Northwestern scholars discussing media research and its ethical/societal implications.

Prof. Aymar Christian, Dr. Jason Wilson, and Prof. Nicholas Diakopoulos

All registered InfoSocial attendees invited to attend.

Frances Searle Building, Rm 2-107
05:00 PM Registration Closes Frances Searle Building, Lobby
06:00 PM Group Dinner @
Mt. Everest Restaurant
Nepalese Restaurant.

All registered InfoSocial attendees invited to attend.

630 Church St, Evanston, IL 60201

 

Saturday, March 10th Event Schedule

Time Event Notes Location
08:00 AM Breakfast & Saturday Registration Opens Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
08:30 AM Introductory Plenary Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
09:00 AM Keynote Speaker Lana Yarosh, Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Minnesota Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
10:00 AM Session 1: Social Media

Discussant:
Professor Jeremy Birnholtz,
Northwestern University

(1) From indifferent to aware: The importance of identifying upsetting news on social media and changing how people receive it
Presenter: Anthony T. Pinter, University of Colorado Boulder

(2) Content Analysis of Concussion Tweets in Professional American Football
Presenter: Alicia Boyd, DePaul University

(3) Parents and children in virtual showcases: Exploring sharenting with a sample of Italian mothers
Presenter: Davide Cino, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy

Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
11:00 AM Session 2: Evaluation

Discussant:
Professor Harsh Taneja,
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

(1) “Peeling the Onion”: A Literature Review on Usability of TOR
Presenter: Sanchari Das, Indiana University Bloomington

(2) How to regulate advanced robots and how to legally evaluate their actions and potential harms that can derive by their actions
Presenter: Tjaša Zapušek, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

(3) A Criteria-Based Approach to Feedback in Social Q&A
Presenter: John Frens, University of Washington

Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
12:00 PM Lunch Boxed lunches will be provided Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
1:00 PM Session 3: Communication

Discussant:
Professor James Schwoch,
Northwestern University

(1) A Play-by-Play Account of Esports Casting and its Colorful Implications for Game Designers
Presenter: Lucas D Kempe-Cook, Indiana University

(2) Multicommunication during the Carnatic (Indian Classical Music) Concert
Presenter: Madhavi Reddi, Georgetown University

(3) Social Information Practices of New International Students during Transition to a Host Country
Presenter: Chi Young Oh, University of Maryland, College Park

Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
2:00 PM Session 4: Health

Discussant:
Professor Courtney Scherr,
Northwestern University

(1) Finding Answers Across Time: Information needs & practices of chronic kidney disease patients
Presenter: Eleanor R. Burgess, Northwestern University

(2) The Suitability of the Asynchronous Remote Communities (ARC) Method for Studying Stigmatized Populations
Presenter: Juan F. Maestre, Indiana University Bloomington

(3) Inmate Narratives: Analysis of The Last Words of Death-Row Offenders
Presenter: Anish Balasubramanian, University of Maryland, College Park

Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
3:00 PM Coffee Break Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
3:30 PM Session 5: Design

Discussant:
Dr. Robin Brewer, Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow,
University of Michigan School of Information

(1) Designing for Postal Mail Users in Electronic Mail Services
Presenter: Rebecca C. Kielty, Georgetown University

(2) Collaborative Programming: Designing to Support Collaboration in Scratch
Presenter: Joey Huang, Indiana University Bloomington

(3) Sex, Lies and Imitation Games: The Ethical Limitations of an Artificially Intelligent Girlfriend
Presenter: Ellen Kaufman, Georgetown University

Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
4:30 PM Session 6: Participation

Discussant:
Dr. Jason Wilson,
Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow,
Northwestern University

(1) Working in the Shadows: A Cross-Case Analysis of Anonymous Contributions in Online Citizen Science Communities
Presenter: Corey Jackson, Syracuse University

(2) Inclusion of Underserved Residents in City Technology Planning
Presenter: Jessa Dickinson, DePaul University

Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
5:30 PM Closing Remarks InfoSocial Committee Scott Hall, Guild Lounge, 2nd Floor
6:00 PM Group Dinner @ Prairie Moon American Restaurant.

All registered InfoSocial attendees invited to attend.

1502 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL 60201