Browse iConference 2008 by Subject "methods"

  • Turner, Deborah; Feinberg, Melanie; Nathan, Lisa P.; Unsworth, Kris (2008-02-28)
    Within information schools, multidisciplinarity has most typically meant the extension of “information science” to include social science, and the use of qualitative as well as quantitative research methods. The ultimate ...

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  • Star, Susan Leigh; Jirotka, Marina; Whalen, Jack; Calvert, Scout (2008-02-28)
    ‘New Information Systems’ is an emerging field composed of social studies of science (STS), information sciences (IS), workplace studies and technological design, and new media forms such as cyberinfrastructure or eResearch. ...

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  • Van House, Nancy; Blanchette, Jean-François; Borgman, Christine L.; Lievrouw, Leah; Star, Susan Leigh; Weedman, Judy (2010-02-28)
    The interests of Science and Technology Studies (STS) and iSchools have converged in recent years. Building upon a successful five-session track on the influence of IS on STS at the recent Social Studies of Science Conference ...

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