Tag Archives: Conferences

International Symposium on Internet Ethics presentation: "Internet Ethics Issues and Action in the United States"

Next week I will be a featured speaker at the first “International Symposium on Internet Ethics” hosted by the Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) and Korea Society of Internet Ethics (KSIE). Alongside other international representatives, I will be presenting a talk on “Internet Ethics Issues and Action in the United States,” where I outline […]

CIPR Student Travel Grant for AoIR 2012 Internet Research Conference

I’m again pleased to announce this funding opportunity for graduate students attending Internet Research 13 in Salford, UK: The UW-Milwaukee Center for Information Policy Research (CIPR) is pleased to again offer a CIPR Student Award in Information Policy & Ethics, to sponsor one student (undergraduate, graduate or post-doc) for the Association of Internet Researchers IR […]

ICA 2012: Researching Social Media: Ethical and Methodological Challenges

I’m currently in Phoenix, AZ for the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, participating on an important panel on “Researching Social Media: Ethical and Methodological Challenges“, organized by Anders Olof Larsson (Uppsala) and Hallvard Moe (Bergen). The panel is listed under the Communication and Technology division of ICA, but has implications well beyond that […]

iConference 2012: The ethical (re)design of the Google Books project

I’m currently in Toronto, Canada for iConference 2012, presented by the iSchools organization, a worldwide collective of 33 Information Schools. The theme of the conference is “Culture-Design-Society”, and I will be presenting a paper titled “The ethical (re)design of the Google Books project”. The paper is available in the ACM digital library; the abstract and […]

CFP: Internet Research 13.0: Technologies (2012 – Salford, UK)

The 13th Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) is being held 
October 18-21, 2012 in Salford (Greater Manchester) UK. The full call for papers is below: Call for Papers Internet Research 13.0: Technologies The 13th Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) October 18-21, […]

Presentations at PRIM&R 2011 "Adancing Ethical Research"

This weekend I have the great privilege of sharing my research and perspectives on Internet research ethics at the 2011 “Advancing Ethical Research” conference held by Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R). On the opening morning of the conference, I will join John Palfrey and Lydia Shrier for a plenary panel on “Would Margaret […]

Preview of Association of Internet Researchers IR.12 Conference

I’m looking forward to spending next week in Seattle, WA for the for the Association of Internet Researchers conference, Internet Research 12.0 – Performance and Participation. (Full program is available here) Monday, Elizabeth Buchanan and I are convening a doctoral colloquium, bringing together over thirty young scholars to discuss their dissertation research with a collection […]

Libraries as Freedom of Information Gazebos

I recently attended the 9th annual Information Ethics Roundtable hosted by the University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science. This year’s theme was “Human Rights as Information Rights,”and featured a great collection of papers. I presented a paper co-written with three of my esteemed colleagues, Johannes Britz, Peter Lor, and Shana Ponelis, […]

Debrief: Internet Research 11.0 Conference (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Last week I attended Internet Research 11.0: Sustainability, Participation, Action, the 11th annual  conference for the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), in Gothenburg, Sweden. This is the conference I look forward to the most each year, thanks to the steady stream of stimulating presentations by both young and established Internet scholars, and the opportunity to […]

2011 ALISE Information Ethics SIG CFP: Innovations in Teaching Information Ethics Across Contexts

I have been charged with convening a panel for the Information Ethics special interest group of ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education), to be held at its 2011 annual conference. I’ve decided to focus on how LIS scholars and professionals need to place renewed focus on providing information ethics education across various contexts. […]