Presentations

CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTATIONS

2016

Values in a Shifting Stack: Exploring How App Developers Evaluate Values and Ethics of a New Internet Protocol
IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology, 2016: Vancouver, British Columbia

2015

Methodological Considerations in Tracing User Knowledge of Information Flows on Social Media Sites
Association of Internet Researchers 16: Phoenix, AZ.
2014 What Happens to Tweets? Descriptions of Temporality in Twitter’s Organizational Rhetoric.
iConference 14: Berlin, Germany.
2013 Users, Myth, and Social Media [Student Presentation].
Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Program: Toronto, ON.
2012 The Ethics of Twitter Research: A Topology of Disciplines, Methods and Ethics Review Boards.
Co-presented with Dr. Michael Zimmer
2nd International Symposium on Digital Ethics: Chicago, IL.
2012 The Political Economy of Reputation Online: Karma, Reddit, and the Knowledge Factory
Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference: Milwaukee, WI.
2011

Oh, the Ethics You’ll Know [IGNITE Presentation]
Association of Internet Researchers 12: Seattle, WA.

WORKSHOP, POSTER, AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

2016

Ethical Challenges in Social Media Research Workshop [co-organizer for workshop]
International Conference on Web and Social Media 16: Cologne, Germany.

2016

Fostering Ethics through Open Data Metadata Standards [workshop presentation]
International Conference on Web and Social Media 16: Cologne, Germany.

2016

NDN Values: Understanding Values in the Stack. [poster]
University of Maryland iSchool Research Day, University of Maryland: Maryland.

2015

How to Assess Technical and Social Goals of a Future Internet Architecture.
NDNComm 2015: UCLA, CA.
2015 Exploring the Horizons of User Power at the Intersections of Information Flows, Discourse, and Belief.
The Center for the Advanced Study of Communities and Information, University of Maryland: Maryland.
2015 An Examination of Library and Information Studies Faculty Experience with and Attitudes toward Open Access Scholarly Publishing.
iConference 15: Newport Beach, CA.
2015

Exploring User Knowledge of Information Flows on Twitter.
ALISE: Chicago, IL.

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