A good chunk of the Community Data Science Collective is in Austin, Texas this week for the 2019 ACM Conference on Computer-supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW).
The conference marks the official publication of four papers by collective students and faculty. All four papers were published in the journal Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction: CSCW.
Information on the talks as well as links to the papers are available here (CSCW members are listed in italics):
- Mon, Nov 11 11:00 – 12:30: Technological Frames and User Innovation: Exploring Technological Change in Community Moderation Teams by Charles Kiene (UW), Aaron Jiang (UC Boulder), and Benjamin Mako Hill (UW). Charlie will be presenting. [Blog post] [Paper]
- Mon, Nov 11 14:30 – 16:00: All Talk: How Increasing Interpersonal Communication on Wikis May Not Enhance Productivity by Sneha Narayan (Carleton College), Nathan TeBlunthuis (UW), Wm Salt Hale (UW), Benjamin Mako Hill (UW), and Aaron Shaw (Northwestern). Sneha will present! [Paper]
- Mon, Nov 11 14:30 – 16:00: A Forensic Qualitative Analysis of Contributions to Wikipedia from Anonymity-Seeking Users by Kaylea Champion (UW), Nora McDonald (Drexel), Stephanie E Bankes (Drexel), Joseph Zhang (Drexel), Rachel Greenstadt (NYU), Andrea Forte (Drexel), Benjamin Mako Hill (UW). Kaylea will present! [Paper]
- Tue, Nov 12 11:00 – 12:30: Challenges in Voice-based Online Communities On Discord by Aaron Jiang (UC Boulder), Charles Kiene (UW), Skyler Middler (UC Boulder), Jed R. Brubaker (UC Boulder), and Casey Fiesler (UC Boulder). Aaron will present! [Blog post] [Paper]
Additionally, Charlie Kiene is co-organizing a workshop on moderation:
- Sun, Nov 10 09:00 – 17:00: Volunteer Work: Mapping the Future of Moderation Research
And Sneha Narayan and Andrés Monroy-Hernández is participating in a panel:
- Mon, Nov 11 11:00 – 12:30: Patron or Poison? Industry Funding of HCI Research
Finally, Mako Hill is chairing a session:
- Mon, Nov 11 14:30 – 16:00: Wikipedia and Wiki Research
Salt, Kaylea, Charlie, Regina, and Kaylea will all be at the conference as will affiliate Andrés Monroy-Hernández and tons of our social computing friends. Please come and say “Hello” to any of us, introduce yourself if you don’t already know us, and pick up a CDSC sticker!