The Community Data Science Collective is attending the 2021 ACM Conference on Computer-supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW).
The conference will feature two new papers by collective students and faculty that 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, Oct 25 12:00 – 12:30: Effects of Algorithmic Flagging on Fairness: Quasi-experimental Evidence from Wikipedia by Nathan TeBlunthuis (UW), Benjamin Mako Hill (UW) and Aaron Halfaker (Microsoft). Nathan will present! [Paper]
- Tue, Oct 26 14:30 – 16:00: Why do people participate in small online communities? by Sohyeon Hwang (Northwestern) and Jeremy Foote (Perdue). Sohyeon will present! [Blog Post] [Paper]
In addition, Benjamin Mako Hill is a panel co-chair.
Mako, Sohyeon, Jeremy, and Nathan will all be at the conference and so will tons of our social computing friends. Please come and say “Hello” to any of us and introduce yourself if you don’t already know us :)