[Asis-l] ASIST> Schedule for 4th Annual Social Informatics Research Symposium

Howard Rosenbaum hrosenba at indiana.edu
Wed Oct 22 17:27:13 EDT 2008

We are pleased to announce the schedule for 4th Annual Social  
Research Symposium (SIG SI) People, information and technology: The
social analysis of computing

Saturday, October 25, 2008, 8:30 AM-12:30 PM
Hyatt Regency Columbus, Ohio

This symposium precedes the Annual Meeting of the American Society for
Information Science and Technology

The keynote address will be given by Dr. Mark Ackerman, Department of
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and School of Information
University of Michigan

[Note: because of the busy schedule we encourage you to arrive at the
Symposium by 8:15!]

8:20: Welcome: Howard Rosenbaum and Kalpana Shankar, Indiana
University - co-organizers

8:30 Eric Meyer, Oxford Internet Institute, UK

The Role of e-Infrastructures in the Transformation of Research  
and Outcomes

8:50 Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson, Creative Practices Group, Faculty of
Arts and Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney, AUS

Research in action: taking an articulation approach to examine the roles
of information technologies and human interaction in academic practice

9:10 Frank Lambert
School of Library and Information Science, Kent State University

The social shaping of an online community information provider

9:30 Emilee Rader
School of Information, University of Michigan

Group Information Repositories as Social Systems

9:50 Ying Ding, SLIS, Indiana University

Modeling Social Tagging: Upper Tag Ontology (UTO)

10:10 Break

10:20 Mike Tyworth, ST, Penn State and Steven B. Sawyer,  IST, Syracuse

Social Informatics and the Social Analysis of Computing

10:40 Kristene Unsworth
Information School, University of Washington

Information use, sharing and surveillance: the role of the citizen- 
in the war on terror

11:00 Ken Fleischmann
College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

Social Analysis of Transparency in Virtual Worlds: Ethical Imperatives  
Simulation Design

11:20 Inna Kouper, SLIS, Indiana University

The composite model of critical discourse analysis: Examining mutual
shaping of people, information, and technology through discourse

11:40 Steven Paling, SLIS, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Toward a Theory of Technological Transformation in Artistic Genres

12:00 Keynote address: Mark Ackerman, Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science and School of Information University of Michigan

12:30 Networking lunch with SIG-USE


Kathryn Clodfelter
kaclodfe at indiana.edu

Innovation, ICTs, and Inequality:  The U. S. National Information  
Infrastructure (NII) and Community Networks

Guillermo Oyarce
oyga at unt.edu

Using REDALYC and its human networks in Latin America, Spain and  
to understand the role of information in ICT adoption

Jay Paraki
jparaki at gmail.com

International Institute for Knowledge Management

Maria Souden
maria.souden at gmail.com

Mike Tyworth
mtyworth at ist.psu.edu

Social Shaping of Police Technology
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