David Levy and his work were cited in the Thrive Global article, This Is How We Can Save Ourselves from Information Overload, which explores the concept he labeled as “informational environmentalism” and the need to save ourselves from the “pollutants” of communications overload.
Director Jevin West of the Center for an Informed Public also discussed the Center on Seattle Morning’s News with Dave Ross. The interview is available and summarized on KIRO Radio’s website in the piece, UW scores $5 million for new center studying fake news, misinformation. UW Today also linked to the story.
Helene Williams and Sarah Ketchley (iSchool guest faculty) presented the session "Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Digital Humanities" at the 2019 Association for Computers and the Humanities Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This well-attended session addressed collaborative models for teaching and the differing training needs of students in the courses LIS 529 Digital Humanities Librarianship and INFO 498 Digital Humanities.