Another week has flown by. Here are a few quick updates.
iSchoolers in the News
Informatics program chair Amy Ko took questions all week in a Reddit AMA. Check out her responses to dozens of comments.
Tweets of the Week
— UW iSchool (@UW_iSchool) February 1, 2018
Shoutouts to many who are making the @UW_iSchool Academic Librarianship class rock: @maraebrarian @tkhodge19 @panoptigoth @lspags @edrabinski @AprilHathcock @mchris4duke @LibSkrat @yasmeen_azadi @Fobettarh @bohyunkim @akautzman @shlew @dancohen @ivsy95 + https://t.co/VkWdWC2j5R
— Helene Williams (@bibliorogue) February 2, 2018
Don’t miss a great lineup of speakers who will talk about trends and challenges in information technology faced by higher education. @IT_UWT @UW_iSchool @uwioss Pre-register now for UW Techconnect Conference on March 13 @itorgdev: https://t.co/WnaiOWYfdR pic.twitter.com/a8XnlPE6Pi
— UW-IT News (@UWITNews) January 29, 2018
TASCHA researcher @mariaigarrido is joining a @UNDESASocial panel to discuss how policy can ensure the benefits of technological advances and inter-connectivity are broadly shared to promote #inclusive development >> https://t.co/780MHWDxks #SDGs #2030agenda #AccesstoInfo https://t.co/vYNaRMkdej
— TASCHA (@taschagroup) January 29, 2018
— Helene Williams (@bibliorogue) January 30, 2018
— Open Data Literacy (@ODLiteracy) January 31, 2018
Mark your calendar for our Ed Mignon Distinguished Lecture on April 2 with a terrific guest, Nadine Strossen. She's an author, former president of the ACLU, and tireless advocate for free speech. More info: https://t.co/LB7b2VSBqd pic.twitter.com/2I4708Y71l
— UW iSchool (@UW_iSchool) February 3, 2018