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Newcomers to online communities need to conform to distinctive norms to become successful contributors.
A case study of internet adoption in Cuba between 2014 and 2017 reveals how people create their own access despite barriers.
How digital technologies entwine with existing forms of collaborative labor to sharpen managerial control around public restroom access.
A panel discussion of the technical and journalistic challenges of identifying fake news and manipulated information online.
Cliff Lampe and Eytan Adar have been selected for one of the highest honors bestowed by the Association of Computing Machinery.
Cliff Lampe and Eytan Adar have been selected for one of the highest honors bestowed by the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).
Assistant professor Romero seeks to measure and compare user behavior on social media during times of external unexpected shocks.
Ceren Budak has received an NSF grant to study online social movements over multiple platforms.
Paul Conway will develop new tools that teach the fundamentals of converting analog collections according to international digitization standards.
Matthew Kay has received an NSF grant to study how well people understand what data visualizations are meant to convey.
Dr. Andrea Thomer's recent grant from the IMLS will aid archivists in finding long-term data storage for large collections.
How can a simple game of Rock, Paper, Scissors help high school students learn to code in Python?