Chirag Shah was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant of $23,815 to support his upcoming project: Workshop on Intelligent Systems for Information Exploration and Access (iSEA).
Jin Ha Lee, Marc Schmalz, Stephen Keating, and Jeewon Ha received the iConference 2020 Best Short Research Paper Award for their paper, “Challenges in Organizing and Accessing Video Game Artifacts.”
Hans Jochen Scholl and Annie Searle have volunteered their respective areas of expertise to the City of Seattle’s Emergency Operations Center during the COVID-19 crisis, to tackle some lessons learned observations and also frame-up advanced planning areas that will need to be developed.
Emma Spiro and Kate Starbird were interviewed for the Science journal article, “Researchers are tracking another pandemic, too—of coronavirus misinformation.”
Chris Coward and Jason Young participated in the UW Libraries online event, “Going Public: Opening Scholarship to All.” The interactive discussion focused on skill building around the issues of (in)equity that inform communicating research and accessing information, within and beyond the academy.