Joseph T. Tennis published an article in the journal Palabra Clave: Araújo, P. C., Guimarães, J. A. C., Tennis, J. T. (2021). "A concepção de epistemologia da organização do conhecimento = The conception of epistemology of knowledge organization," Palabra Clave: 10(2).
Joseph T. Tennis and his students also had two papers accepted to conferences:
- Bennett, A. and Tennis, J. T. (2021). "Lineage, Speciation, and Strata: Taxonomic Approaches to Types in Knowledge Organization Systems." North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization. Vol. 8. Forthcoming.
- Lee, W-C. and Tennis, J. T. (2021). "Models. Ethnography. Knowledge Organization." North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization. Vol. 8. Forthcoming.
For a third time in a row, Hans Jochen Scholl was elected to the Board of the international ISCRAM society, for the term of 2021-2022. The ISCRAM Association is an international community of researchers and practitioners who are focused on information systems for crisis and disaster management. ISCRAM's annual conference includes research presentations on such topics as social media in crisis situations, decision support systems, planning and risk analysis, intelligent systems, and geographic information systems (GIS), among others.
Michelle H. Martin and J. Elizabeth Mills made a presentation entitled “Welcoming Black Children into Literary Wildscapes: Wildness in African American Children’s Picture Books” to the US Forest Service’s Educational Services staff last week.
Joe Janes was interviewed on ABC Radio National’s The History Listen which will air live on ABC (Australia) Radio this week: An Object in Time - The Ticker Tape.
Alexis Hiniker and Amanda Baughan were interviewed on KUOW’s The Record about their CHI paper: “To mask or not to mask, that is the pressing pandemic question.”
Katie Davis wrote an opinion piece about lecturing in an age of shortening attention spans for the Times Higher Education of London's online teaching and learning platform, THE Campus: “Should lecturers be trained to deal with shortening attention spans?”