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  • Carroll, John M.; Haynes, S.R.; Ritter, F.E.; Rosson, M.B.; Zhang, X.L. (2008-02-28)
    In the context of a campus-wide strategic planning process, we have been asked to frame the special role of Penn State's Center for Human-Computer Interaction (CHCI) within the College of Information Sciences and Technology ...

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  • Bates, Jo; Goodale, Paula; Lin, YuWei (iSchools, 2015-03-15)
    The paper reports on a pilot study aimed at developing a data journeys approach for critically exploring the socio-cultural shaping of interconnected data infrastructures, and presents initial findings from The Secret Life ...

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  • Strasser, Carly; Donnelly, Martin; Lake, Sherry (iSchools, 2013-02)
    This workshop provides overview, analysis and opportunity for discussion of recent developments in data management planning policies and tools in the UK, US, and other countries. Organizers and speakers include representatives ...

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  • Heidorn, P. Bryan; Stahlman, Gretchen Renee; Chong, Steven (iSchools, 2015-03-15)
    Biological Field Stations provide a unique set of opportunities and challenges for digital curation. The stations serve as the center of short-term and long-term biological research, from biomolecular-scale to ecosystems-scale ...

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  • Strasser, Carly (iSchools, 2013-02)
    Recognizing that most Earth, environmental, and ecological scientists use spreadsheets at some point in the life cycles of their data, the California Digital Library partnered with Microsoft Research Connections and the ...

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  • Scialdone, Michael John; Zhang, Ping (2010-02-03)
    This paper begins by presenting a case that models of behavioral intention do not provide insight into the core needs of human beings, and as such, cannot inform designers as to what types of ICT features and functions ...

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  • Foster, Jonathan; Stordy, Peter (iSchools, 2016-03-15)
    This poster describes the design and facilitation of a Deliberation Day (D-Day) implemented in an educational setting. The purpose of the D-Day event was to provide an enabling context for new students to explore their ...

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  • Nwagwu, Williams Ezinwa (iSchools, 2015-03-15)
    A new artisanship crop moored to information technology has emerged, and it is being heavily embraced in Nigeria. Guided by Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, this study examined job satisfaction among the information technology ...

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  • Dong, Hang; Wang, Wei; Coenen Frans (iSchools, 2017)
    Academic social tagging is an important activity in the age of Web 2.0 (and Science 2.0) whereby researchers collaborate online to organize academic resources. Compared to general social tagging, academic social tagging ...

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  • Chen, Miao; Qin, Jian (2008-02-28)
    Popular online tagging websites, such as Flickr, Technorati, and Del.icio.us, allow users to tag objects freely without constraints of any controlled vocabulary. The word “folksonomy” has been used to describe this type ...

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  • Tsaasan, Anita Marie; Kusumakaulika, Nafiri; Brubaker, Jed R. (iSchools, 2015-03-15)
    We present an interview study on the management of post-mortem data on Facebook. Design considerations for post-mortem social media data management were developed, and their use in the design and development of a prototype ...

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  • Organisciak, Peter; Twidale, Michael B. (iSchools, 2015-03-15)
    Crowdsourcing offers a way for information scientists to engage with the public and potentially collect valuable new data about documents. However, the space of crowdsourcing is very broad, with many design choices that ...

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  • Kuo, Pei-Yi (Patricia) (iSchools, 2016-03-15)
    Self-monitoring behavioral interventions for weight loss and energy conservation share some common ground in terms of their intervention approach and feedback design and delivery. Through examining the similarities and ...

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  • Twidale, Michael B.; Schmidt, Ingbert; Ginger, Jeff; Organisciak, Peter; Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Lueg, Christopher (iSchools, 2013-02)
    Through a live demonstration, we will showcase a group of focused design techniques known collectively as a Design Jam. Design jams are about looking at a particular design challenge and thinking-by doing. Although they ...

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  • Eschler, Jordan; Fullerton, Sean (iSchools, 2014-03-01)
    The project assessed approaches to creating an alternate reality game (ARG) for students to learn baseline concepts and skills of informatics in the introductory informatics course at the University of Washington Information ...

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  • Lopatovska, Irene; Barsan, Erin; Mbaye, Ayana; Skinner-O'Neill, Rachel; Ward, Andrew (iSchools, 2016-03-15)
    In a world where the influence of visual culture is only increasing, it becomes critical to develop visual literacy skills early on in life. Art museums are well positioned to provide early visual literacy education and ...

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  • Tan, Elliot; Xia, Huichuan; Ji, Cheng; Joshi, Ritu Virendra; Huang, Yun (iSchools, 2015-03-15)
    Safety on college campuses remains a dire issue. Current reporting methods are still cumbersome and include no enhancing social aspect. Given the unique opportunity that universities are required to publish their safety ...

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  • Kam, Matthew (2008-02-28)
    Literacy is one of the great challenges in the developing world. Even more challenging is the tension between regional and “world” languages – that economic opportunities are often closed to those who are literate only ...

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  • Dombrowski, Lynn (iSchools, 2015-03-15)
    For projects of moral and ethical import, designers and researchers are frequently motivated by notions of justice. However, it is unclear how justice influences design process. Within a participatory design process aimed ...

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  • Kang, Ji Hei (iSchools, 2014-03-01)
    Despite the efforts of academic libraries to develop various programs and services for users, college students still suffer from "Library Anxiety." Also, academic libraries need to serve a new generation called the "Net ...

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