[CITASA] Correction on dates RE: Web Science conference in Evanston IL (Chicago-ish) June 22-24
ncontractor at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 12:03:59 EDT 2011
Barry rocked the audience at the ACM Web Science 2011. I sincerely hope you
consider engaging with ACM Web Science 2012.
A small correction to the dates of the ACM Web Science 2012 conference in
Evanston. It is June 21-24, 2012 - not June 12-24 , 2012 (I am not that
Have a great weekend!
Jane S. & William J. White Professor of Behavioral Sciences
Program Assistant: Marilyn Logan (mjlogan at northwestern.edu)
From: Barry Wellman [mailto:wellman at chass.utoronto.ca]
Sent: Friday, June 17, 2011 10:32 AM
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Cc: Noshir Contractor
Subject: Web Science conference in Evanston IL (Chicago-ish) June 22-24
I just locknoted ACM's Webscience 11 in Koblenz.
At the end of which the indefatigable Nosh Contractor announced that he (and
colleagues) will host the next ACM Web Science conference in Evanston, June
12-24 2012 (Kellogg School, Northwestern U), right after the Network Science
conference June 19-22 at the same venue.
If you're wondering what "web science" is, it's mostly work by computer
scientists eager to build more social science understanding into their
research. Much like the early days of the social networks network (INSNA)
and the internet researchers of AOIR, it's heavily weighted towards eager
young students, many of whom are either building apps or are doing studies
of Internet use and users. Steffan Stabb and York Sure led the current
conference. Nosh Contractor, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Dame Wendy Hall, Peter
Monge, Janet Fulk have been active.
For more info, contact Noshir Contractor <ncontractor4 at gmail.com>,
nosh at northwestern.edu,
S.D. Clark Professor of Sociology, FRSC NetLab Director
Department of Sociology 725 Spadina Avenue, Room 388
University of Toronto Toronto Canada M5S 2J4 twitter:barrywellman
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