We are excited to announce that we have a record-breaking 10 peer-reviewed i3 projects that will be presented at iConference 2020: 8 posters and 2 FULL papers! For perspective: these are 10 projects designed and run by undergraduates, all subject to blind peer review, all accepted. This year’s acceptances represent teams from 2017, 2018, and 2019.
- Perceived Use and Effects of Social Media for 1 to 2.5 Generation Immigrant College Students with Depression: Results from a Mixed Methods Survey
- Depression Management as Lifestyle Management: Exploring Existing Practices and Perceptions Among College Students
- “I Like the Way the Skin Looks”: Player Perspectives on Aesthetic Appeal and Self-Representation With Video Game “Skins”
- Investigating How Queer People of Color Use ICTs to Cope with Stigma
- Who Gave You the Right?: Exploring Power and Politics in Journalism and Academic Work Chronicling Hurricane Maria
- Snapchat Abandonment among Self-Identified Millennial Women: A Proposed Research Project
- An Unholy Alliance: Christian Identity Extremists in the ICT
- How Do the Movement Patterns of Homeless Youth Affect Their Information Seeking Behaviors within the Systems Provided to Them?
- Designing Technology for All: Exploring How eLearning Platforms Support Students with Low Vision When Designing Their Web Content
- Exploring the Perceptions of Race on Video Game Covers
We can’t wait to see you all in Sweden!