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Sunday, September 28 • 10:20 - 11:40
Session 4B: Academia

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"Reading Each Other in Networks: Perspectives on Profiles and Influence."
Bonnie Stewart

"Online conversation and information management on Twitter: Preliminary Findings of Interviews with Digital Humanities Scholars."
Anabel Quan-Haase, Kim Martin and Lori Mccay-Peet

"Altmetrics in Library and Information Science: Trickle or Tsunami?"
Heidi Julien and Laurie Bonnici

"Informal Educational Content on YouTube as a Portal to Authentic Learning."
Julia Lowe

Moderators
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Christian Rapp

Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Speakers
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Laurie Bonnici

Associate Professor, The University of Alabama
University of Alabama, United States
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Heidi Julien

Chair and Professor, University at Buffalo
digital literacy, information behavior, higher education
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Julia Lowe

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto (OISE/UT)
I'm a fourth-year PhD student at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. I'm interested in communities of learners that form around informal educational content created for online spaces (eg., fans of non-professional educators on YouTube).
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Lori McCay-Peet

PhD Candidate, Dalhousie University
Dalhousie University, Canada
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Anabel Quan-Haase

Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario
Looking forward to hearing about novel methods in the study of social media, new trends, and social activism. I am also curious about interdisciplinary teams and how they work. Any success stories, best practices or failures?
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Bonnie Stewart

University of Prince Edward Island
Bonnie Stewart is a writer, educator, and researcher fascinated by who we are when we're online. She explores the intersections of knowledge and technologies in her work, taking up networks, institutions and identity in contemporary higher education. Published in Salon.com, The Guardian UK, and Inside Higher Ed, as well as peer-reviewed academic venues, Bonnie has advised educational projects and programs in Sweden, the UK, the US, and Canada... Read More →


Sunday September 28, 2014 10:20 - 11:40
TRS 1-129 Ted Rogers School of Management

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