Beth Strickland Bloch
PhD, Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, expected 2020
MLIS, Library and Information Science, University of Denver
MA, Women’s Studies, San Diego State University
BA, Women’s Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder
Publications & Papers
Bloch, B.S. (September, 2019). The values and ethics of biomedical engineering practices in the design of emerging bionanotechnologies. Paper presentation at the annual 4S Conference – Innovations, Interruptions, Regenerations, New Orleans, LA.
Bloch, B.S. (2018). The values and design of emerging medical biotechnologies: A grounded theory analysis of TED talks. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T 2018), 55(1), 757-758.
Bloch, Beth Strickland, & Bashir, Masooda. (2017, 17-21 July). Privacy and security of cardiovascular implantable electronic devices: Applying a contextual integrity analysis. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2017), Los Angeles, CA.
Bashir, M., Strickland, B., & Bohr, J. (2016). What motivates people to use bitcoin? Paper presentation for the 8th International Conference on Social Informatics (SocInfo 2016), Seattle, WA.
Strickland, B. (September, 2016). Implantable brain technologies and the creation of cyborgs. Paper presentation at the annual 4S/EASST Conference - Science + Technology By Other Means, Barcelona, Spain.
Strickland, B. (May, 2016). MyLifeBits and conceptions of memory. Paper presentation at the University of Michigan Personal Digital Archiving conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
Strickland. B., & Lawrence, E. (January, 2016). What's your epistemology?: quiz design as a pedagogical tool in LIS doctoral education. Paper presentation at the annual ASLIE conference, Boston, MA.
In the News
- Ethics and Values for Information
- Health, Medical, and Bio-Informatics
- Information Practices and Behaviors
- Privacy, Security, and Trust
- Social and Information Networks
- Social Informatics
- FATE (fairness, accountability, transparency, ethics)
- Human Computer Interaction, User Experience, Computer Supported Cooperative Work
- Science of Science