[Asis-l] ASIST '11> The 7th Annual Social Informatics Research Symposium (SIG) Schedule
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Fri Sep 30 11:52:33 EDT 2011
Please join us in New Orleans!
The 7th Annual Social Informatics Research Symposium (SIG): Bridging the gulf: The social analysis of computing in society and the workplace
Wednesday, October 12, 2011, 8:30-12:45 PM; New Orleans
1. 8:30-8:50 - Chi-Chuan Wu and Min-Sing Chiu, National Taiwan Normal University
"Analysis of Young Adults’ Information Disclosure in Online Social Networking Sites"
2. 8:50-9:10 - Jom Polpsarsi, presented by Kristen Eschenfelder, University of Wisconsin, Madison
"Reflective practice of faculty members in Library and Information Studies in Thailand: What sources of information on ICT topics do they use and need?"
3. 9:10-9:30 - Ellen Rubenstein, University of Oklahoma
"It’s a Microcosm of Life”: Weaving a Web of Information and Support in an Online Breast Cancer Community"
4. 9:30-9:50 - Marcia Mardis, The Florida State University
"“Big” Social Science at the National Science Foundation: Factors Affecting Project Design and Proposal Outcomes"
5. 9:50-10:10 - Mary Wilkins Jordan, Simmons College
"Social Informatics Look at Twitter Communications in Professional Cycling"
6. 10:10-10:30 - Hamid Ekbia, Indiana University
"Social Analysis of Health Information Technology: Theoretical Perspectives in Recent Empirical Research"
II. Best paper awards and presentations
1. 10:50-11:05 - Katie Shilton, University of Maryland
"Participatory Sensing: Building Empowering Surveillance"
2. 11:05-112:20 - Payal Arora, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
"Digital Gods: The Making of a Medical Fact for Rural Diagnostic Software"
3. 11:20-11:30 - Noriko Hara, Indiana University, Discussant
III. Panel: 11:35-12:30 Opportunities and challenges of conducting large scale social informatics research
Eric Meyer, Oxford Internet Institute
Ann Bishop: University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne
Marcia Mardis: The Florida State
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