iSchool participation in iConference 2023

The following iSchool faculty, staff, and students will participate in iConference 2023, which will be held virtually from March 13-17 and physically from March 27-29 in Barcelona, Spain.

Monday, March 13

 PhD student Michael Gryk, Rhiannon Bettivia (PhD '16), and Jessica Yi-Yun Cheng (PhD '22) will present "What Does Provenance LACK: How Retrospective and Prospective Met the Subjunctive," at 4:00 p.m. Central Time (CT). This presentation will also be held in person on March 29 at 3:30 p.m. Barcelona Time.

Thursday, March 16

PhD student Yuerong Hu, HTRC Associate Director for Research Support Services Glen Layne-Worthey, Professor J. Stephen Downie, Associate Professor Jana Diesner, and Alaine Martaus (PhD '19) will present "Research with User-Generated Book Review Data: Legal and Ethical Pitfalls and Contextualized Mitigations," at 9:00 a.m. CT. This paper is a finalist for the Lee Dirks Award for Best Full Research Paper.

PhD student Zhixuan (Kyrie) Zhou will present "How We Express Ourselves Freely: Censorship, Self-Censorship, and Anti-Censorship on a Chinese Social Media," with coauthors Xiang Chen (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), Jiamu Xie (Wuhan University), Zixin Wang (Zhejiang University), Bohui Shen (BNU-HKBU United International College) at 5:00 a.m. CT.

Friday, March 17

Postdoctoral Research Associate Janaynne Carvalho do Amaral will participate in the Early Career Symposium at 2:30 p.m. CT.

Tuesday, March 28

Associate Professor Kate McDowell, Assistant Professor Matthew Turk, and PhD student Xinhui Hu will present the workshop, "Building Data Storytelling Toolkits: Theory to Practice," at 1:30 p.m. Barcelona Time.

Associate Professor Maria Bonn, Professor Michael Twidale, Assistant Professor Melissa Ocepek, and MSLIS student Sam Ehlinger will present the workshop, "An Information Potluck: Mapping the Research Space of Informated Food," at 3:30 p.m. Barcelona Time.

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