Nine i3 undergraduate teams presented their peer-reviewed work at iConference 2018 in Sheffield, UK this week. This included one full paper and eight posters. Some of these are listed below:

  • #Depression: Findings from a Literature Review of 10 Years of Social Media and Depression Research by Julissa Murrieta, Christopher C. Frye, Linda Sun, Linh G. Ly, Courtney S. Cochancela, Elizabeth V. Eikey
  • Perceptions of the Privacy and Security of Virtual Reality by Devon Adams, Alseny Bah, Catherine Barwulor, Nureli Musabay, Kadeem Pitkin, Elissa M. Redmiles
  • Yes, You Can Touch This: Designing Interactive Media for Museum Spaces by Jasmine Smith, Kelly Gomez, Jessica Davis, Angelica Cortes-Rivera
  • Finding a Future Beyond the Field: Exploring ICT-Mediated Practices of Student Athletes by Josue Figueroa, Vincent Grimaldi, Jasmine Sullivan, Bryan Dosono
  • Tasker: Safely Serving Verifiable Micro-tasks for Researchers by Monique Jeffrey, Mark Whiting, Abrere S. Kozolan, Imauri Motorin, Samuel Osei-Afriyie
  • On-Demand Labor: Tactics of Flexibility and Control by Rachel Ollivierre, Daniel Carter, Lauryn Younge, David Guerrero, Daniel Robles, Medhin Adams
  • Beyond the Scope: Using Motion Capture Data from Bronchoscopy Simulations to Build Feedback Models by Dmitriy Babichenko, Lorin Grieve, Jonathan Velez, John Lutz, Deborah Farkas, Kailani Bailey, Morgan Freeman, Taylor Wynn
  • A Study of ELL Adult’s Use of Mobile Communication Applications: an Examination of Tie Strength by Diane Lopez, Carlo Sugatan, Ahmed Abdirahman, Virginia Randall, Alexis Liu Ho, Christina Robles Bahm

i3 leadership and affiliates also had a paper published entitled “Diversifying the Next Generation of Information Scientists: Six Years of Implementation and Outcomes for a Year-Long REU Program” (by Kayla M. Booth, Bryan Dosono, Elissa M. Redmiles, Miraida Morales, Michael Depew, Rosta Farzan, Everett Herman, Keith Trahan, Cindy Tananis).