Monthly Archives: February 2015

Information Ethics Roundtable 2015

I’ll be chairing a panel during the Information Ethics Roundtable 2015 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The workshop is being held on April 9-10 in the Memorial Union South. There are many interesting papers that will be presented there, so it’s worth checking out if you are able to make it. I’ve pasted information about […]

The Professoriate Talks: Academic Freedom Goes Online

I’m presenting another communication paper, this time titled “The Professoriate Talks: Academic Freedom Goes Online,” as part of the Big Data and Free Speech panel at the The Eleventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on Saturday, May 23 at 11:00am. I’ll be talking mostly about Figure/Ground, what it […]

The Curator, the Laggard, and the Non-Believer: A Typology of Voluntary Information and Communication Technology Non-Users

I’ll be presenting a paper titled “The Curator, the Laggard, and the Non-Believer: A Typology of Voluntary Information and Communication Technology Non-Users” at the Annual Meeting for the Association of American Geographers (AAG) in Chicago on Tuesday April 21st at 11:20am. The paper is part of a two-panel presentation hosted and organized by the Oxford […]