Jin Ha Lee and Nicole Santero participated on a panel for Rhizome Connect titled, ”Researching BTS Through Data & Information Science.”
Chirag Shah, Shawon Sarkar, and Jiqun Liu (Rutgers University) presented a paper at the ACM CHIIR 2020 virtual conference last week: “Identifying and Predicting the States of Complex Search Tasks.” Their paper has been published in Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval.
Michelle H. Martin and J. Elizabeth Mills co-presented a keynote at the Nature-Based Early Learning Virtual Conference last month titled, "Welcoming Black Children into Literary Wildscapes: Wildness in African American Children's Picture Books."
Michelle H. Martin and J. Elizabeth Mills also had a collaborative article accepted to Research on Diversity in Youth Literature (RDYL) titled, "Many Hands Make Rich Work: Mentorship and Collaboration in a Diverse Scholarly Space." Co-authors include Maria Roxana Loza, Breanna J. McDaniel, Nadia Mansour, and Karen Chandler. The article will appear in the December 2020 issue and features a poem in the BOP form.
- was the keynote speaker at this year's Learning @ Scale conference.
- gave a presentation about teen well-being and COVID-19 in a lightning talk video associated with the CRA Virtual Conference 2020. Videos are available on the CRA YouTube channel.
Katie Davis and Cecilia Aragon’s book, Writers in the Secret Garden (MIT Press), was the basis for a round-up of books in The Atlantic focused on collaborative writing: “The Books Briefing: The Writers Who Don’t Work Alone.”
Michael Eisenberg, Dean Emeritus, gave a virtual presentation to the Asia-Pacific iSchools group titled, “Information Futures: Are We Up to the Challenge?” For a copy of the presentation slides, email Michael Eisenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.