The iSchool was well-represented at the 2022 ASIS&T Annual Meeting:
- Harry Bruce received the 2022 ASIS&T Award of Merit, the highest honor presented by the Association. Congratulations, Harry!
- Opening plenary keynote: Kate Starbird: "Participatory Disinformation: How Witting Agents and Unwitting Crowds Collaborate in the Spread of Disinformation Online."
- Workshop: William Jones: Successfully Aging with Our Information and Our Information Tools
- Paper: Nic Weber: Councils In Action: An Automated Approach to Curating Municipal Governance Data for Research
- Panel: Carole Palmer: Ocean’s 11 - Librarians ’22: A Conversation About the Impossibility of Staying Good at Your Job in the Information Professions
- Panel: Chirag Shah: Delving into Data Science Methods in Response to the COVID-19 Infodemic (SIG-SM)
- Panel: Chirag Shah: Productive Methods and Scholarly Communication (Information Science Slam)
- Panel: Chirag Shah: Professional Development in Crisis: Toward Resilient Society
- Poster: Charles Bugre and Stacey Wedlake: How Do Adult Digital Literacy Curricula Address Problematic Information?
Chirag Shah gave a keynote to the Conference on Applied Research in Santiago, Chile (virtually). The title of his talk was "Bias, Fairness, and Transparency in Search and Recommender Systems.”
Heather Whiteman presented as a panelist on the ethical use of technology at the UC Berkeley School of Information’s InfoCamp 2022.
In collaboration with UW Scandinavian Studies department, Temi Odumosu gave a Scand30 talk, an event where scholars tell stories with museum objects: “Scand30: 1 Object, Yakima Chief Dehydrated Potatoes.”
Joe Janes was quoted in a MIT Technology Review article about the impermanence of digital storage systems: “Everything dies, including information.”
Amy J. Ko was quoted in a Diverse: Issues In Higher Education piece about Google’s gift to support the CS teaching training effort she’s been leading: “UW Gets Google Gift to Diversify Computer Science Education.”