Ricardo Gomez and collaborators have published the following papers:
- “Humanitarian organizations' information practices: Procedures and privacy concerns for serving the undocumented” was co-authored by Sara Vannini, Diane Lopez, Sigifredo Mora, Julia Clare Morrison, Julee Tanner, Lena Youkhana, Genoveva Vergara, and Maria del Mar Moreno Tafur. It was published in the Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC).
- “Mind the Five: Guidelines for Data Privacy and Security in Humanitarian Work with Undocumented Migrants and Other Vulnerable Populations” was co-authored by Sara Vannini and Bryce Clayton Newell and published in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST).
Michelle H. Martin:
- conducted a 3-hour workshop for the Youth Services Librarians in the Sno-Isle Library system titled, “Reading Life Between the Lines: Using Children’s Literature to Have Tough Conversations about Diversity.”
- presented “More Kitchens, Edges and Other Nappy Spaces: Children’s Picture Books About Hair” the 2020 Equity in Education Conference in Columbia, South Carolina, a conference hosted by the Center for the Education and Equity of African American Students.
- published her first article in The Atlantic titled, “What Captivates Children About The Snowy Day?”
Marika Cifor and Patricia Garcia (University of Michigan) had their article, “Gendered by Design: A Duoethnographic Study of Personal Fitness Tracking Systems,” published in the ACM Transactions on Social Computing.
Wanda Pratt and Ari Pollack (MSIM alum) had an article published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The title of their article is “Association of Health Record Visualizations With Physicians’ Cognitive Load When Prioritizing Hospitalized Patients.”
Hans Jochen Scholl:
- presented a paper titled, "Early Regulations of Distributed Ledger Technology/Blockchain Providers: A Comparative Case Study” along with co-authors Roman Pomeshchikov (UW International Studies Department) and Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar (University of Granada, Spain) at the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-53)
- co-chaired the Digital Government Track at HICSS-53 which featured thirteen topical minitracks of peer-reviewed papers. The acceptance rates in the DG Track ranged from 20 to 49 percent depending on the maturity/novelty of the respective minitrack.