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2020 Awards Finalists

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Lee Dirks Award for Best Full Research Paper

Named in honor of Lee Dirks, friend and early supporter of the iConference, this award comes with a $1,000 cash prize from the iSchools organization. The 2020 finalists are listed alphabetically, by title. Click on the title for abstract and session details. The finalists:

AI Models and Their Worlds: Investigating Data-Driven, AI/ML Ecosystems Through a Work Practices Lens

Author: Christine T. Wolf, IBM Research (USA)

Presentation Time: Thursday, 26 March, 9:00 am

Educating for democracy? The role of media and information literacy education for pupils in Swedish compulsory school

Authors: Hanna Carlsson, Linneaus University (Sweden); Olof Sundin, Lund University (Sweden)

Presentation Time: Wednesday, 26 March, 11:00 am

Identifying Historical Travelogues in Large Text Corpora Using Machine Learning

Authors: Jan Rörden, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology (Austria); Doris Gruber, Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austria); Martin Krickl, Austrian National Library (Austria); Bernhard Haslhofer, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology (Austria)

Presentation Time: Thursday, 26 March, 9:00 am

“In the beginning, it was little whispers…now, we’re almost a roar”: Conceptualizing a model for community and self in LGBTQ+ health information practices

Authors: Vanessa L. Kitzie, University of South Carolina (USA); Travis L. Wagner, University of South Carolina (USA); A. Nick Vera, University of South Carolina (USA)

Presentation Time: Wednesday, 25 March, 3:30 pm

Trolling Trump

Author: Pnina Fichman, Indiana University - Bloomington (USA)

Presentation Time: Tuesday, 24 March, 11:00 am

Best Short Research Paper Award

Listed Alphabetically by title. Click on title for abstract and presentation details. The finalists:

Challenges in Organizing and Accessing Video Game Artifacts

Authors: Jin Ha Lee, University of Washington (USA); Marc Schmalz, University of Washington (USA); Stephen Keating, University of Washington (USA); Jeewon Ha, University of Washington (USA)

Presentation Time: Tuesday, 25 March, 1:30 pm

Indigenous Cultural Sustainability in a Digital World: Two Case Studies from Aotearoa New Zealand

Authors: Anne Goulding, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand); Jennifer Campbell-Meier, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand); Allan Sylvester, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)

Presentation Time: Wednesday, 25 March, 3:30 pm

How does media reflect the OA and Non-OA scientific literature? A case study of Environment Sustainability

Authors: Tahereh Dehdarirad, Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden); Jonathan Freer, Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden); Alexander Mladenovic, Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)

Presentation Time: Tuesday, 24 March, 1:30 pm

On the Breakdown of the Controlled Environment Paradigm in Norwegian Archival Repositories

Author: Herbjørn Andresen, Oslo Metropolitan University

Presentation Time: Tuesday, 24 March, 1:30 pm

The What of Data: Sharing Appropriate Scientific Research

Author: Bernadette Marie Boscoe, University of Washington (USA)

Presentation Time: Tuesday, 24 March, 1:30 pm

Best Poster Award

Listed Alphabetically by title. Click on title for abstract. The posters sessions will take place Tuesday, 24 March at 5:00 pm and Wednesday 25 March at 5:00 pm:


Dealing with privacy - Personal Privacy from a research data management perspective


Authors: Live Håndlykken Kvale, Oslo Metropolitan University; Peter Thomas Darch, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


Digital Literacy Initiatives in Canada: Exploring Successes from Multiple Perspectives


Authors: Heidi Julien, University at Buffalo, SUNY; Brian Detlor, McMaster University


“I Like the Way the Skin Looks”: Player Perspectives on Aesthetic Appeal and Self-Representation With Video Game “Skins”

Authors: Alia Fatima Reza, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Adanna Floris Nedd, The Pennsylvania State University, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Sabrina Chu, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Amy Castillo, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Zuaira Khan,  iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Daniel Lowell Gardner, University of California, Irvine,  iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3)


Telling Multifaceted Stories with Humanities Data: Visualizing Book of Hours Manuscripts


Authors: Rongqian Ma, University of Pittsburgh; Kai Li, Drexel University


Who Gave You the Right?: Exploring Power and Politics in Journalism and Academic Work Chronicling Hurricane Maria


Authors: Amy Chew, University of Michigan, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Gabriela C. Delgado-Fernandini, University of Puerto Rico, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Jamario Devon Cantrell, Vanderbilt University, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3); Daniel Carter, Texas State University, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3)

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