For the period of 2010 – 2020, Jacob O. Wobbrock was deemed the “Most Influential Scholar in Human-Computer Interaction” by AMiner, the algorithmic citation-ranking system.
Tanu Mitra served as the invited keynote speaker at the workshop on “Ensuring Scholarly Access to Digital Records,” funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and hosted by Virginia Tech and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The title of her talk was “Algorithmic Bias and Governance.”
J. Elizabeth Mills and Michelle H. Martin presented the keynote at the British Columbia Library Association's first virtual Youth Services Institute this week. The talk was titled, "Knowledge, Artistry, and Reflection: Designing Thoughtful Programming for Children."
Yubing Tian, Ricardo Gomez, Marika Cifor, James Wilson, and Henry Morgan had an article, “The information practices of law enforcement: passive and active collaboration and its implication for Sanctuary laws in Washington State,” accepted for publication in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST).
Ricardo Gomez published a chapter in Borders and Belonging: Critical Examinations of Library Approaches toward Immigrants (Library Juice Press): Chin, A., Lopez, D., & Gomez, R. “Reducing Barriers and Opening up Community Dialogue through Serious Play.” Borders and Belonging: Critical Examinations of Library Approaches toward Immigrants, edited by Ana Ndumu, Library Juice Press, 2021.
Ricardo Gomez and Moonjung Yim published a paper in Information Technology for Development (ITD) titled, “Strengthening ICT4D evaluation: Lessons from the fields of program evaluation, IS/IT evaluation, and aid/development evaluation.”