Browse iConference 2020 Vision Papers by Issue

  • Eckerdal, Johanna Rivano; Dahlquist, Lisa Olsson; Engström, Lisa (iSchools, 2020-03-23)
    We argue that there is a need for a more elaborate and sophisticated discussion of if, and then how, the public library fulfils its social role to contribute to democracy. Therefore, we have formed the Lund Critical Library ...

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  • Rolan, Gregory; McKemmish, Sue; Oliver, Gillian; Evans, Joanne; Faulkhead, Shannon (iSchools, 2020-03-23)
    We envisage a world of global digital equity, achieved through research in, and application of, rights-based design principles and innovative technologies. In that world, stakeholders in information are no longer viewed ...

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  • Xie, Sherry L. (iSchools, 2020-03-23)
    This Visions paper asks questions about the relationships between the cores and boundaries of the disciplines/fields of the iSchool constituent members, that is, I-relationships, and argues for the necessity of them being ...

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  • Houston, Tyreek (iSchools, 2020-03-23)
    MOOC's (Massive Open Online Courses) allow individuals to expand boundaries, enrolling massive numbers of students with potential quality learning materials and resources that may not otherwise exist in underserved ...

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