- Was quoted in The Hechinger Report article, “Reframing ed tech to save teachers time and reduce workloads.”
- Presented (remotely) at AMLD (Applied Machine Learning Days) EPFL 2020. The title of her presentation was “Growing up with AI.”
- Will serve as a panelist at the Future of Education: Artificial Intelligence for Social and Emotional Learning conference next month. The event is sponsored by the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP).
Annie Searle presented “Two Faces of Artificial Intelligence” at the 2020 Data Privacy Day event on campus this week.
Joseph T. Tennis will present "Invisible, Not Viable, Venal, and Now Vibrant: Metadata Research throughout InterPARES" at the 2020 International InterPARES Symposium in San José, Costa Rica next month.
Batya Friedman was highlighted in the UW News article, “Faculty/staff honors: Honorary doctorate, early career award, Washington state LGTBQ Commission, writing program praise.”
Jin Ha Lee and Travis Windleharth had a paper accepted to Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA) 2020. The title of their paper is “Mobile game taxonomies for transactions and engagement.”
Hans Jochen Scholl has been invited as a participant and contributor to the CAP4CITY + Joint Master Program in Smart City Management: Governance, Innovation and Sustainability. The program is funded in part by the European Union. He will be partnering with researchers from Danube University Krems (Austria), Tallin University of Technology (Estonia), Gdansk University of Technology (Poland), Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Soul (Brazil), and Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina).
Chirag Shah and Souvick Ghosh at Rutgers University published a paper titled, “Identifying Citation Sentiment and its Influence while Indexing Scientific Papers” in the Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-53).