We’re going to be at CHI! The Community Data Science Collective will be presenting three papers. You can find us there in person in New Orleans, Louisiana, April 30 – May 5. If you’ve ever wanted a super cool CDSC sticker, this is your chance!
Stefania (Stef) Druga (University of Washington) wrote “Family as a Third Space for AI Literacies: How do children and parents learn about AI together?” with Amy J. Ko and Fee Lia Christoph (University of Michigan). Stef will be presenting at “Interactive Learning Support Systems,” Monday May 2 at 14:15.
Sejal Khatri (University of Washington) received an honorable mention for her work “The Social Embeddedness of Peer Production: A Comparitive Qualitative Analysis of Three Indian Language Wikipedia Editions,” co-authored by Syamindu Dasgupta, Benjamin Mako Hill, and Aaron Shaw. Sejal will be presenting Tuesday May 3 at 14:15 in “Crowdwork and Collaboration.” Sejal, Aaron, Mako, and Syamindu also have a blog post available.
Ruijia Chen (University of Washington) also received an honorable mention for her paper “How Interest-Driven Content Creation Shapes Opportunities for Informal Learning in Scratch: A Case Study on Novices’ Use of Data Structures,” co-authored by Benjamin Mako Hill and Syamindu Dasgupta. Regina will be talking about it during the session “Programing and Coding Support” on Wednesday May 4 at 09:00. You can also read about Ruijia, Mako, and Syamindu’s work on our blog.