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Ivette Bayo Urban

CV Ph.D. Candidate
ibayo@uw.edu
Mary Gates Hall 95

Specialization

  • Critical Information Studies
  • Culturally Diverse Population Groups
  • Experiential Learning/Active Learning Techniques for Information

Courses

  • IMT 580 - Management Of Information Organizations

Biography

Ivette Bayo Urban is a Doctoral Candidate at the Information School at University of Washington, focusing on community informatics, community based collaborative spaces and interested in boundary spanning work.

Her work encompasses issues of technology access and use, from a perspective of culture, identity and gender. She is a feminist and indigenist scholar attentive to the complex and uneven relations that are embedded in socio-technical systems.

Education

  • MS, Information Science, University of Washington, 2014
  • MA, Education: Curriculum & Instruction , Florida International University, 2009

Awards

  • 2015 President's Award (to the VIEWS2 Team) - Washington Library Association, 2015
  • GO-MAP Dissertation Fellowship - GO-MAP, 2014
  • HSF Francisca & Steve Schneider Scholarship - Hispanic Scholarship Foundation, 2013
  • Graduate Opportunity Program - GO-MAP, 2011
  • South Florida Educational Credit Union Scholarship - SFEFCU, 2011

Consulting and Other Projects

  • OCLC, Seattle, WA, 2014

Memberships

  • Indigenous Information Research Group
  • FemTechNet
  • American Library Association
  • National Women Studies Association
  • Washington Library Association
  • Association for Library and Information Science Education

Publications and Contributions

  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Early Literacy in Library Storytimes: A Study of Measures of Effectiveness. (2016)
    Library Quarterly, Volume 86, Issue 4, Page 369-388, ISBN/ISSN: 00242519 Authors: Kathleen Campana, Joanna Elizabeth Mills, Janet L Capps, Eliza Dresang, Allyson Carlyle, Cheryl Metoyer, Ivette Bayo Urban, Erika Feldman, Marin Brouwer, Kathleen Burnett, Bowie Kotrla
  • Conference Poster
    FemTechNet @ UW: Distributed Open Collaborate Courses (DOCCs) in Action (2016)
    Authors: Ivette Bayo Urban, Regina Y Lee
  • Scholarship in Public: Dialogues with Kathleen Woodward (2016)
    HASTAC Interview Collection Authors: Rachel Arteaga, Ivette Bayo Urban
  • Conference Paper
    CasaCare.org: A sociotechnical platform for women immigrant workers in the home care industry (2014)
    Community Informatics Research Network Conference Authors: Veronica Guajardo, Ricardo Gomez, Yaxing Yao, Ivette Bayo Urban
  • Conference Short Paper
    Connecting Collections and Cultures By Creating a Community of Children’s Librarians Around Early Literacy Storytimes (2014)
    ASIS&T Authors: Kathleen Campana, Marin Brouwer, Ivette Bayo Urban, Joanna Elizabeth Mills,
  • Conference Paper
    Information and Marginality: Ethical Issues (2014)
    Proceedings of iConference 2014 Authors: Ivette Bayo Urban, J. Budd, N. Caidi, N. Changfoot, A. D. Andrade, Bryan Dosono, Ricardo Gomez, A. Quan-Haase, M. Wolske
  • Conference Extended Abstract
    Fearless Cards: Addressing Emotional Barriers to Computer Learning among Extremely Marginalized Populations (2013)
    CHI 13, Work in Progress Authors: Ricardo Gomez, Ivette Bayo Urban, Philip J Reed, C Wang, M Silva
  • Conference Paper
    Computer Training to Empower Day Laborers: A Heat Map to Address Emotional Barriers and Technical Skills (2013)
    Proceedings of HICSS-46, Hawaii, Jan 2013 Authors: Ricardo Gomez, Norah Abokhodair, Ivette Bayo Urban, Minsu Park
  • Conference Paper
    Creating Community: counter-narratives and disrupting the mainstream (2013)
    Shepard Symposium on Social Justice Authors: Ivette Bayo Urban, Ricardo Gomez, M Silva, S Laplante
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Fearless Cards: a low-tech solution to help overcome emotional barriers to ICT adoption among extremely marginalized populations (2013)
    EJISDC - The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Volume 56, Issue 3, Page 1-15 Authors: Ricardo Gomez, Ivette Bayo Urban, Philip J Reed, C Wang, M Silva
  • Conference Poster
    Fearless Cards: computer training for extremely marginalized populations (2013)
    iConference 2013 Authors: Ricardo Gomez, Ivette Bayo Urban, Philip J Reed, Cong Wang, M Silva
  • Conference Poster
    Mujeres sin Fronteras: scholarship and practice with fearless women (2013)
    Engaged Scholarship Consortium Authors: Ivette Bayo Urban, Ricardo Gomez
  • Conference Poster
    "Native Systems of Knowledge" (poster)
    Research Fair 2014 Authors: Cheryl A. Metoyer, Sandra Littletree, Miranda Belarde-Lewis, Marissa Duarte, Juan-Carlos Chavez, Ross Braine, Tess Cervantes, Ivette Bayo Urban, Sheryl Day
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Early literacy in library storytimes Part 2: A quasi-experimental study and intervention with children's storytime providers
    Library Quarterly Authors: Joanna Elizabeth Mills, Kathleen Campana, Allyson Carlyle, Ivette Bayo Urban, Cheryl Metoyer

Presentations

  • Alternative Teaching Practice: FemTechNet (2017)
    19th Annual Allied Media Conference - Detroit, MI
  • Coming to a Digital Bill of Rights (2017)
    Learning to See Systems - Urbana-Champaign, IL
  • Digital Ethical Principles: Wellness without barriers (2017)
    Shepard Symposium on Social Justice - Laramie, WY
  • Social Justice Education Around Technology (SEAT): Critical Conversations (2017)
    2017 WLA Annual Conference - Tacoma, WA
  • We are stories: Research driven by storytelling (2016)
    Sno-Isle TedX Event - Edmonds, WA
  • Community, Technology, Literacy and You: Starting Where We Are (2015)
    Shepard Symposium on Social Justice - Laramie, WY
  • FemTechNet as a Roadmap While Traversing the Minefield of Community Informatics (2015)
    Cultural Studies Association Conference - Riverside, CA
  • Starting Where We Are: Dialoguing Alternate Presents and Futures (2015)
    Critical Ethnic Studies Association (CESA) Conference - Toronto, CANADA
  • (Re)defining Agency and Access (2014)
    Shepard Symposium on Social Justice, University of Wyoming - Laramie, WY
  • Communities of Practice and Connected Learning: Breaking Down Walls Through the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (2014)
    iConference - Berlin, Germany
  • Connecting Collections and Cultures By Creating a Community of Children?s Librarians Around Early Literacy Storytimes (2014)
    American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) - Seattle, WA
  • Encouraging a Virtual Community for Librarians: Program Delivery Choices that Impact Perceptions of Community (2014)
    Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) - Philadelphia, PA
  • Every Child Ready to Read 2 - Does it Really Work? Evaluating the Program (2014)
    American Library Association - Las Vegas, NV
  • Hormigas y hormigueros: Resisting assimilation, silencing and erasure (2014)
    National Women Studies Association - San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Information and Marginality: Ethical Issues (2014)
    Engagement Scholarship Consortium, University of Alberta - Edmonton, AB, Canada
  • Mediating Connections through Materiality: Cultures and Communities (2014)
    American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) - Seattle, WA
  • State Library Advisory Meeting 2 (2014)
    Seattle, WA
  • Creating Community: Counter-narratives and Disrupting the Mainstream (2013)
    Shepard Symposium on Social Justice - Laramie, WY
  • Information and Communication Technologies for Community Development: Engaged Scholarship Approaches (2013)
    Engaged Scholarship Consortium - Lubbock, TX
  • Mujeres Sin Fronteras: Scholarship with Fearless Women (2013)
    Engagement Scholarship Consortium - Lubbock, TX
  • Project VIEWS2 (2013)
    University of Washington Information School Research Fair - Seattle, WA
  • Project VIEWS2-- Phase 1: Innovation in Early Literacy (2013)
    Fort Worth, TX
  • Project VIEWS2: Innovation in Early Literacy (2013)
    iConference - Fort Worth, TX
  • State Librarians Advisory Meeting (2013)
    Seatac, WA
  • Valuable Lessons in Early Literacy That Work Successfully (2013)
    INFO 470, Dr. Katie Davis, University of Washington Information School - Seattle, WA
  • Year 2 of Project VIEWS2: Valuable Initiatives in Early Literacy that Work Successfully (2013)
    Research Fair - Seattle, WA
  • VIEWS2: (Year 1 Results) Valuable Initiatives in Early Learning That Work Successfully (2012)
    University of Washington Information School Research Fair - Seattle, WA