Browse Student Publications and Research - Information Sciences by Issue

  • Gabriel, Jamillah R. (Information Research, 2020-12)
    This poster is an investigation of reading culture in Tanzania via the lens of Africana critical thought and everyday life theory. Informal interviews were conducted to gauge an understanding of the cultural from various ...

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  • Sharma, Tanusree., Ferronato, Priscilla., Bashir, Masooda (2021)
    Phishing attacks are a common tool used by malicious actors to gain access to systems or exploit individuals. Much of the phishing detection schemes focuses on awareness training programs and detection models. While these ...

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  • Tanusree Sharma, Hunter A. Dyer , Roy H. Campbell, Masooda Bashir (2021)
    Recent innovations in mobile technologies are playing an important and vital role in combating the COVID-19 pandemic. While mobile apps’ functionality plays a crucial role in tackling the COVID-19 spread, it is also raising ...

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  • Sharma,Tanusree. (2021-01-09)
    In the recent years, remote work is prevalent due to climate change (air pollution due to massive wildfire, flood) healthcare concerns (i.e. corona virus) and advancement of technological communication tools which are ...

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  • Sharma, Tanusree; Dyer Hunter A.; Bashir, Masooda (2020)
    While mobile apps provide immense benefits for the containment of the spread of COVID-19, privacy and security of these digital tracing apps are at the center of public debate. To understand users concerns and preferences ...

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  • Sharma,Tanusree.; Wang, Tian.; Bashir, Masooda (ACM, 2020-12-06)
    Mobile apps are being utilized in different regions around the world for contract tracing during this COVID-19 pandemic and many of these apps require personal information to be shared. The COVID- 19 crisis has demonstrated ...

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  • Sharma, Tanusree; Bashir, Masooda (2020-12-06)
    Personal Identifiable Information (PII) refers to any information that can be used to trace or identify an individual. With increasing online communication and a remote workforce, sharing PII has become mainstream online. ...

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  • Lee, Chung eun; Arnett, Heather; Samuel, Noah O.; Bievenue, Lisa; Ginger, Jeffrey; Israel, Maya (Association for Computing Machinery, 2020)
    This paper describes exploratory research that contributes to a more holistic model of professional development (PD) for middle school STEM teachers to support inclusive makerspace classrooms. Despite an increased focus ...

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  • Lee, Chung eun; Samuel, Noah O.; Israel, Maya; Arnett, Heather; Bievenue, Lisa; Ginger, Jeffrey; Perry, Michele (Association for Computing Machinery, 2020)
    Given the proliferation of makerspace experiences in K-12 education, there is a growing need to ensure accessibility for all learners, including those with disabilities and those at risk of academic failure. The limited ...

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  • Sharma, Tanusree, Bashir, Masooda (arXiv, 2020-07-09)
    With smartphone technology’s enhanced way of interacting with the world around us, it has also been paving the way for easier access to our private and personal information. This has been amplified by the existence of ...

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  • Sharma, Tanusree; Bashir, Masooda (Nature Medicine, 2020-05-26)
    Mobile apps provide a convenient source of tracking and data collection to fight against the spread of COVID-19. We report our analysis of 50 COVID-19-related apps, including their use and their access to personally ...

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  • Sharma,Tanusree; Bambenek, John C.; Bashir, Masooda (ceur-ws.org, 2020-01-06)
    With the significant development of mobile commerce, the integration of physical, social, and cyber worlds is increasingly common. The term Cyber Physical Social Systems is used to capture technology’s human-centric role. ...

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  • Sandhu, Novejot; Schneider, Jodi (2018-04-17)
    Understanding the reasoning of papers can help assess their quality, and could make it easier to translate or reuse scientific research. We analyzed the reasoning of the paper “Propagation of Tau Pathology in a Model of ...

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  • Dinh, Ly; Sarol, Maria Janina; Cheng, Yi-Yun; Hsiao, Tzu-Kun; Parulian, Nikolaus; Schneider, Jodi (2019)
    Scientific retractions occur for a multitude of reasons. A growing body of research has studied the phenomenon of retraction through systematic analyses of the characteristics of retracted articles and their associated ...

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  • Cheng, Yi-Yun; Parulian, Nikolaus; Hsiao, Tzu-Kun; Dinh, Ly; Sarol, Maria Janina; Schneider, Jodi (The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), 2019)
    Retraction removes seriously flawed papers from the scientific literature. However, even papers retracted for scientific fraud continue to be cited and used as valid after their retraction. Retracted papers are inadequately ...

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  • Campbell, Heather M. (2019-01-24)
    The challenges involved in the preservation of personal digital belongings have implications for developers and information professionals, including librarians. Synthesizing digital preservation concepts articulated by the ...

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  • Campbell, Heather M. (2018)
    The ten original bibliographic records in this portfolio were created in accordance with the Resource Description and Access (RDA) content standard and encoded per the MARC 21 Format standard. Authority records were adapted ...

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  • Campbell, Heather M. (2018)
    With the objective of identifying features and techniques for a proposed digital library, this paper describes a comparative evaluation of three extant digital libraries: Chopin Early Editions, administered by the University ...

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  • Cheng, Yi-Yun; Ludäscher, Bertram (North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization (NASKO), 2019-06)
    In the face of heterogeneous standards and large-scale datasets, it has become increasingly difficult to understand the underlying knowledge structures within complex information systems. These structures may encode latent ...

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  • Murray, Lily (2021-08)

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