Browse iConference 2010 Roundtables by Title

  • Jones, Greg; Warren, Scott (2010-02-03)
    This session will present and discuss the use of a 3D virtual online learning environment being used since 2002 to deliver and support courses in the Dept of Learning Technologies, College of Information, University of ...
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  • Lin, Xia; He, Daqing; Mon, Lorri; Pomerantz, Jeffrey; Zhao, Haozhen (2010-02-03)
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  • Tapia, Andrea; MacInnes, Ian (2010-02-03)
    Gaming is a rapidly growing new medium with sales surpassing box office and music revenues. Gaming provides a method of interacting with information in ways that static, non-participatory information containers cannot ...
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  • Yeo, ShinJoung; Jacobs, James R. (2010-02-03)
    Gone today Here tomorrow: assuring access to government information in the digital age The issues of access to and preservation of government information are critical to the proper functioning of a democracy. Since 1860, ...
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  • Xu, Heng (2010-02-03)
    Online social networks (OSNs) brought the voluntary disclosure of personal information to the mainstream, rendering the potential intrusion of privacy a critical and acute concern. The main objective of this roundtable is ...
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  • Yen, John; Unsworth, John; Weiss, Martin; Giacobe, Nick; Reilly, Maeve; Hall, David; Stanton, Jeffrey M.; Shumaker, Wade; Marchionini, Gary; Maslowski, Tony (2010-02-03)
    In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the internet, DARPA launched the Network Challenge to explore issues related to social networking, collaboration, and trust. The iSchools viewed this as an excellent opportunity ...
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    This roundtable discussion will explore the unique value of incorporating Indigenous information issues in LIS education. Moreover, the discussion will elicit participants' own experience in LIS education while raising ...
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  • Keilty, Patrick; Dean, Rebecca (2010-02-03)
    The interdisciplinary nexus of information studies, gender, and sexuality studies will be explored in a panel presented in a roundtable format. Fitting with this year’s theme of “iMPACTS” this roundtable discussion will ...
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  • Dresang, Eliza T.; Burnett, Kathleen; Capps, Janet Lee (2010-02-03)
    This roundtable discussion proposal supports the IMPACT theme of the conference as well as the conference area of interest in “Information behavior: theoretical, empirical and methodological advances in everyday life ...
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  • Duarte, Marisa Elena; Belarde-Lewis, Miranda; Krebs, Ally (2010-02-03)
    1. INTRODUCTION Study of Native systems of knowledge involves examining the institutions, community practices, philosophies and policies around knowledge, information, and technology that support Indigenous and tribal ...
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  • Williams, Kate (2010-02-03)
    This proposed roundtable will present and explore a range of research methods for community informatics. As a multidisciplinary field, community informatics methods are varied and complementary. As an emerging field with ...
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  • Caine, Kelly; Connelly, Kay; Hayes, Barbara; Kientz, Julie (2010-02-03)
    In remarks to the National Academy of Sciences earlier this year President Obama discussed many of the proposed benefits of stimulating growth in health and medical informatics. He proposed that computerizing medical ...
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  • Garcia-Murillo, Martha; Weiss, Martin; Renear, Allen H. (2010-02-03)
    This roundtable will allow academics in information schools the opportunity to share their experiences on theory development, the tools and techniques that they have used to facilitate this theorizing process and the ...
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  • Reilly, Maeve; Rotolo, Anthony; Main, Sherry; Urban, Richard J. (2010-02-03)
    Social and new media tools have increased in popularity and accessibility over the past year and have become much more than social networks and entertainment sites. As students and the press alike come to rely on social ...
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