The conference proceedings for the 80th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (#ASIST2017) have now been published. Included in the volume is Building identity in online environments: an Information Science perspective which I co-authored with Frances Ryan, Peter Cruickshank and Alistair Lawson. Continue reading
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Centre for Social Informatics at #ASIST2017
The 80th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology takes place from October 27th to November 1st 2017. Centre for Social Informatics PhD student Frances Ryan will be travelling to Washington, DC to present a poster at the conference. This work, which Frances has developed with the members of her supervision team (myself, Peter Cruickshank, and Alistair Lawson), is entitled ‘Building identity in online environments: an Information Science perspective‘. Continue reading
ASIST2012 – and Hurricane Sandy
ASIST2012 was a conference experience like none other. I’d been so busy with my work that before I set off from Edinburgh for Baltimore last Saturday I hadn’t paid heed to the news reports of a hurricane about to hit the east coast of America. In fact, the first I heard of it was when I bumped into fellow UK academic Dr Christine Urquhart at the reception of the conference hotel. Thereafter we heard tale after tale of delegates who had abandoned their plans to come to the conference for fear of becoming stranded, and of others who had arrived, stayed a short while, then turned around again to head home before the hurricane hit. I had no option but to ride out the storm with the few delegates who actually made it to Baltimore and stuck it out.