The iConference organizers have announced the 2021 finalists for the Best Poster Award, as selected by the Posters Co-Chairs. This announcement comes on the heels of last week’s announcement of the research paper awards finalists.
iConference 2021 will take place online, March 17-31, and registration is now open.
The nominees follow, and more detail can be found on the Award webpage, including paper abstracts.
Linguistic features and consumer credibility judgment of online health information
Jiaying Liu, Peking University; Shijie Song, Nanjing University; Yan Zhang, University of Texas at Austin
Perspectives of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Viewers on Live-TV Caption Quality
Akhter Al Amin, Rochester Institute of Technology; Matt Huenerfauth, Rochester Institute of Technology
Persuasion Strategies in Misinformation-containing Weibo Posts
Sijing Chen, Wuhan University; Lu Xiao, Syracuse University; Jin Mao, Wuhan University
Sustainability by design: Toward community-centered strategies for durable digital collections
Courtnie Thurston, University of Maryland, College Park; Katrina Fenlon, University of Maryland, College Park
Writing Security: A Curriculum Intervention for Computer Security Ethics
Justin Petelka, University of Washington; Katie Shilton, University of Maryland; Megan Finn, University of Washington
The iConference 2021 organizers and the iSchools organization congratulate all of this year’s finalists. The winner of the Best Poster Award will be determined during iConference 2021, based in part on the poster presentation.
About this year’s conference
iConference 2021 will be a virtual event, with all sessions and presentations taking place online. Registration fees are the lowest in iConference history, with early rates of $260 regular, $125 student, and a special scholarship rate for students with an accepted submission.
iConference 2021 is presented by the iSchools organization and hosted by Renmin University of Beijing, China. This year’s theme is Diversity | Divergence | Dialogue. Sponsors include Springer Publishing and the U.S National Science Foundation. Visit the iConference home page to learn more.