[Asis-l] IS at UCLA is Well Represented at iConference!

Elizabeth Kalbers kalbers at gseis.ucla.edu
Tue Mar 24 12:17:39 EDT 2015

The Department of Information Studies at UCLA — a department of UCLA’s iSchool, GSE&IS — is a proud sponsor of iConference 2015 (Newport Beach, CA, March 24-27, 2015).

IS at UCLA is represented in the following sessions:

Completed Papers 1: Exploring Scientific Work
Peter T. Darch and Ashley E. Sands, "Beyond big or little science: Understanding data lifecycles in astronomy and the deep subseafloor biosphere"

Completed Papers 4: Developing Online Interaction
Colin Doty, "Social epistemology and cognitive authority in online comments about vaccine safety"

Preliminary Papers 2: Big Data, Big Infrastructure, Big Knowledge
Bradley Fidler and Morgan Currie, "Gateways: Historical underpinnings of a single Internet"

Poster Session 1
Mario Ramirez, "The social justice imperative in library and information science"

Preliminary Papers 6: Improving the Academy
Chloe Reynolds and Heather Small, "Who owns faculty data? Fairness and transparency in UCLA's new academic HR system"

Colloquium 3: Doctoral Colloquium
Kathy Michelle Carbone, "Artists in the archive: A study of the artist-in-residence program at the Portland Archives & Records Center"
Ashley E. Sands, "How and why to manage astronomy research data: case studies of big and small research projects"
Roderic N. Crooks, "The coded schoolhouse"

Keynote Speaker and Book Signing
Christine L. Borgman, "Creating, collaborating, and celebrating the diversity of research data”

Elizabeth Kalbers
Administrative Assistant 
Department of Information Studies
kalbers at gseis.ucla.edu

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