Browse by Author "Rosenbaum, Howard"
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Rosenbaum, Howard; Fichman, Pnina (iSchools, 2014-03-01)2013 marks the 10[th] anniversary of the death of Rob Kling, one of the founders of social informatics in North America. This session for interaction and engagement will provide researchers in the field an opportunity to ...
CHI, ICIS, SIGIR and Numerous Other Outlets That Won’t Accept My Work: The Perils of Publishing Multidisciplinary Research? Jansen, Jim; Rosenbaum, Howard; Ackerman, Mark; Liddy, Elizabeth D. (2008-02-28)The motivation for this session comes directly from two series of comments made at the 2007 iConference. The first was uttered at a pre-conference workshop. In a discussion on where to publish, the recommendation was made ...
Williams, Kate; Durrance, Joan C.; Rosenbaum, Howard (2008-02-28)This proposal is for three papers which would form all or part of a panel presentation reporting current work in community informatics at three ischools. It complements the wildcard proposal submitted on community ...
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Sawyer, Steve; Rosenbaum, Howard (2008-02-28)Through this essay we develop an argument for supporting the growth of I-Schools by building on the literature and concepts of institutions. We first argue that I-Schools, and the I-School movement, can be seen as engaging ...
Rosenbaum, Howard; Fichman, Pnina (iSchools, 2015-03-15)We are proposing a session for interaction and engagement called “iCollaboration: New initiatives in iEducation,” the goal of which is to encourage entrepreneurial thinking about the collaborative creation of innovative ...
Shachaf, Pnina; Rosenbaum, Howard (2009-02-08)This paper suggests a research agenda for online social reference using the Socio-Technical Interaction Network (STIN) framework . It addresses the need for more research on social reference, which refers to online ...
Worrall, Adam; Koepfler, Jes A.; Vitak, Jessica; Alemanne, Nicole D.; Snyder, Jaime; Rosenbaum, Howard (iSchools, 2013-02)Many scholars have discussed their use of theory and metatheory to study the social nature of information. The approaches brought to the table by doctoral students and junior faculty will continue to shape the future of ...