Emerging Data Visualization Issues in Sustainability: Increasing "Truthfulness" and Visual Literacy
Cheating and Impersonation Detection Technology in Distance Education
Keeping Us Honest: Lie Detection, Polygraphs, Moral Neuroenhancement, and Integrity Scores
Change Management Strategies for Outer Space Initiatives in Businesses and Nonprofits: New “Contested Terrains” and "Space Divides" for Organizations
Inspiring Student Curiosity about Utopias and Dystopias: Integrating Humanistic and Information Technology Approaches to Expand Imaginations
Professor Mary Lenzi, UW-Platteville
Crowdfunding for the Arts and Other Creative Activities: Empowering or Constraining?
Emerging Lie and Cheating Technologies in Education: Implications for Culture and Character Development
Telepresence and Service Robots in Classrooms, Offices, and Labs: Implementation Challenges
Emergence of Technologically-Supported Lie and Cheating Detection in Educational Contexts: The New Academic Polygraphs
Academic Metrics, Big Data, Gaming, and Manipulation: Dimensions of the Colonization of Higher Education
Figuring Persons as Liars or Truth-tellers: Emerging Variations on Polygraphs, Integrity Scores, and Invasive Truth Extraction
"Truth Machines" from Polygraphs to Neural Analysis: Technologically-Assisted Cheating and Deception Detection in Historical Focus
Polygraphs, AI Truth Machines, and Brain Scanning: Lie Detection Technologies and Ubiquitous Honesty Themes in Film
Some Economic Impacts of Crowdfunding on Philanthropy and the Arts
Digital Hoarding and Personal Archiving: Implications for Instruction and Professional Development
Establishing and Maintaining Sacred Places in Space: War Memorials, Commemorations, and Burials”
Crowdfunding, Philanthropy, and the Rhetoric of Public Support for the Arts: Democratization, Datafication, or Governmental Defunding?
Detecting Honesty and Deception Online
Celebrity, Disability, and Social Media: Critical Perspectives on Confessional Discourse and Community Advocacy
Death by Robot: Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Systems, and Risk
Using Films about Higher Education to Enhance Student Orientations and Ethics-Related Discussions
Critical Examination of Online Modes of Protest: Virtual Sit-Ins, Hacktivism, Electronic Civil Disobedience, Social Media Organizing, and Al-mediated Dissent
Big Data and the City: How Artificial Intelligence Can Obfuscate and Illuminate Public Policy Analyses
Security and Privacy Dimensions of Medical Self-tracking Technologies: Implications for Workplace System and Internet of Things (IoT) Design
Digital Iatrogenesis and Workplace Marginalization: Some Ethical Issues of Self-tracking Medical Technologies
Everyday Technologies of Instruction, Attention, and Collaboration (and Erasure): Ephemerality and Materiality Perspectives on Blackboards, Whiteboards, and Smartboards in the Context of Digital Hoarding
Schools for Scandal? Academic Misconduct in US Films About Higher Education
Academic Metrics and the Community Engagement of Higher Education Institutions: Emerging Issues of Gaming, Manipulation, and Trust
"Outer Space and Empire: Controlling and Partitioning the Infinite."
Online Social Shaming and Scoring as Biographical Genres: Implications for Administrative and Political Discourse
Communication and Information Management Issues in the Integration of Self-tracking Practices into Household and Workplace Contexts
Emerging Innovations in Cheating Detection in Online Educational and Workplace Contexts: Social Dimensions of Dishonesty Surveillance
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Dystopian Scenarios and Projected Sociotechnical Disasters: Engendering Fear and Uncertainty in Public Discourse
From Heckling to Online Social Shaming: Implications for Humor and Comedic Presentations.
Self-tracking Practices in Organizations: Addiction, Versioning, Data Manipulation, and Security Dimensions
Historical and Curricular Approaches to Google Earth and Maps: Utilizing Locational Analysis Tools from a Critical Perspective
Interdisciplinary Analysis of Engineering and Business Initiatives Involving Personal Privacy and Information Control: Implications for Consumer Participation
"Intimate Infiltrators: Ethical Issues in the Integration of Self-tracking Practices into Household and Workplace Contexts."
Big Data, Automation, and Animal Wellbeing: Will Driverless Vehicles Break for Squirrels?
Contemplating the Unnatural: Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, and Human Reflection and Meditation
Artificial intelligence and its impending disasters: Robot takeovers human dependence and the Singularity.
“Cybersecurity Threats, Cyberhygiene, and the Internet of Things (IoT): Perspectives for Educators and Information Technology Professionals”
Surveillance, Profiling, and the Nation State: Constitutional Theory in a 'Post-Privacy' Era
Online Social Shaming and Scoring as Genres: Implications for Writing Programs
Social Scoring, Reputation Profiling, and Internet Shaming: New Forms of Artificial Intelligence-Enhanced Social and Political Control
Ethical Dimensions of Deception and Cheating Detection: Using Big Data, Profiling, Surveillance, and Wearable Technologies to Keep People Honest
The Art of the Ghost: Manipulation and Gaming of Readership Data and Authorial Reputations
Paper Celebrities: Constructing Academic Stardom and University Prominence through Gaming and Manipulation
Resistance, Opportunism, or Something Else? Gaming and Manipulation of Academic Metrics Systems
Emerging "Cyber Hygiene" Practices for the Internet of Things (IoT): Professional Issues in Consulting Clients and Educating Users on IoT Security
Artificial Intelligence and Economics
"Experiments in Protesting: Virtual Sit-Ins, Hacktivism, Electronic Civil Disobedience, and Other Technology-mediated Protest Before the Advent of Social Media"
Sleight of Hand? Technological Systems for Detecting Cheating and Deception
Artificial Intelligence, Economics, and Automation in the 1960s: Discord and Discourse with Herbert Simon, Norbert Wiener, Robert Heilbroner, and Others
Big Data and Ethics Panel Overview
Journalistic Coverage of Internet Trickery and Manipulation in Electioneering
“Big Data and Emerging Deception Recognition Systems"
Virtual or Digital Hoarding: Mental Health Perspectivces for Workplaces and Households
Online Political Trickery, Gaming, and Sabotage from an International Comparative Perspective: Potential Impacts on Democracy and Cybersecurity
Movies on Computer Pioneers and Internet Startups: Interpersonal Trust and Collaboration Issues
Strategies for Mitigating Online Cheating and Impersonation
The Cyberwar at Home: Integration of Security and Counter-Terrorism Initiatives Into Household and Personal Mobile Systems
Emerging Privacy Issues in the Internet of Things
Deleting and Saving in the Internet of Things
Kill Switches, Remote Deletion, and Intelligent Agents: Framing Everyday Household Cybersecurity in the Internet of Things
Critical Analyses of Engineering and Business Initiatives Involving Personal Privacy and Information Control: Implications for Citizen and Consumer Participation
The Manipulation of Scholarly Rating and Measurement Systems: Social and Ethical Dimensions of Academic Gaming
Profiting from Privacy: Critical Analyses of Business Initiatives Involving Personal Privacy and Information Control
Profiting from Privacy: Critical Analyses of Business Initiatives Involving Personal Privacy and Information Control
Mitigating Cheating in K-20 Online Classes: Is Technological Surveillance Enough?
"When Online Political Trickery and Gamesmanship Morph into Standard Practice: Computer Networking and Social Media Issues in Electioneering and Voting." - See more at: http://www.uww.edu/news/uww-this-week/archive/2016-01-19#sthash.ZBa9veAz.dpuf
"Identity Gaming and Social Experimentation on Film: From 'Gentleman's Agreement' (1947) to 'Black Like Me' (1964)." - See more at: http://www.uww.edu/news/uww-this-week/archive/2015-11-09#sthash.MHaMTB2K.dpuf
"Memory Issues for 100YSS Missions: Lifelogging, Social Media, and Virtual Time Capsules"
"Critical Perspectives on Philanthropy and Peace-Related Activism: Challenges Faced by Joan B. Kroc, Crowdfunders, and Other Social Entrepreneurs"
Fishbowl Education: Privacy Issues in Higher and K-12 Institutions
Privacy and Freedom of Information in Organizational Contexts: Human Rights Issues in an Era of Big Data
Don’t Leave Home Without It: The Credit Card as Symbol and System
"Cultural and Social Shifts in Academic Collaboration, Intellectual Interaction, and Knowledge Production in Higher Education in an Era of 'Big Data.'" - See more at: http://www.uww.edu/news/uww-this-week/archive/2015-08-31#sthash.TuZHm6ox.dpuf
Privacy and Anonymity in Institutional Context: Emerging Concerns in Geographic Information, Social Media, and Education
Google Scholar and Other Academic Publication Platforms: New Approaches to Intellectual Reputation
From Anonymous “Angels” to Celebrated Social Advocates: The Philanthropic Pursuits of Kroc, MacArthur, and Gates
The Moral Imagination in an Era of 'Gaming Academia': Implications of Emerging Reputational Issues in Scholarly Publication for Knowledge Organization Practices
Computer Networking in the Era of the "Cloud": Transforming the Imperceptible Into the Amorphous
Academic Reputation Systems: A Workshop
Articles of contention: Transparency issues in teaching and research in US higher education
Snapchat and Sexting in Narrative Perspective
"A Golden Age of Destabilizing Awkwardness in Documentaries: Michael Moore to Morgan Spurlock in the 2000s"
Intellectual Property Considerations in Online and Blended Education
Academic Autonomy and Privacy: Surveillance Issues in the Era of Big Data and MOOCs
"Smiley-Faces, Emoticons, and 'Happy, Happy, Happy': Societal Implications of the Symbolic Representation of Generic Happiness."
"Blending the News: Incorporating Online News Services Into Higher Education Courses"
"Social Media in Academic and Professional Interaction: Addressing Obstacles to Accessibility as Designers and Social Advocates in Time-Sensitive Contexts"
Craigslist in Crisis: Issues of Censorship and Moral Panic in the Context of Online Communities
“Keep Calm and Be Humble: Critical Perspectives on the Work of John Adair and Other British Management Theorists for Further and Higher Education”
"Post-Snowden Privacy Issues: How Does Privacy Affect Geospatial Teaching and Research?"
"From Smiley-Faces to Emoticons: Some Implications of the Symbolic Representation of Happiness for Business Ethics"
"Moral Panics and Social Media: Media Ecology, Design, and Dramatic Perspectives"
"'A Cesspool of Crime' and 'Robbery by Appointment': Craigslist, Google, and the Ethics of Internet Advertisements"
"Films on Internet Startups: Technology and Interpersonal Trust in the Context of Modern Capitalism"
"Social Media and Celebrity Culture: Implications for Peace History"
"The 'Action-Centered Leadership Perspective' and Other Innovations: Military and Postcolonial Influences on John Adair and British Leadership Studies"
From Space to Cyberspace: Social Media Utilization, Cyberbullying, Privacy, and Overload
"Physical and Virtual Hoarding: Personal Possessions as Spectacle in an Era of Overconsumption"
Social Media as Rumor Disseminators
“Accessibility in Distance Education, MOOCs, and Social Media: Emerging Issues in Academic Interaction and Workplace Training”
Social Media and Rumor Dissemination: Interactions with the Social Perceptions of Epidemic Outbreaks
Implementing Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Emerging Issues for Academic Institutions
"Google's 'Don't Be Evil' Motto: Implications for the Ethical Cultures of Internet Businesses"
"Changing the Face of Higher Education: [Mis]Representing Difference with Digital Image Manipulation and Avatars"
Cyberestoration: Restorative Justice for Victims of Cyberbullying in Educational Contexts
Social Media: How Will It Affect Business Ethics?
“Blogging in the Backfield: Social Media in Sport Contexts”
The Protest Culture of the Midwest: Comparison of Pre-Internet and Internet-Enabled Imagery and Organizational Strategies
“Narratives of Hope for Victims of Bullying: Online Support Groups, Youtube Videos, and Social Media”
Images of Bullying: Implications for Peace Education
Midwestern Protest Culture: Comparison of Pre-Internet and Internet-Enabled Imagery and Organization Strategies
Social Media and World History: Facebook and Twitter as Sources for Historical Analysis
Personal Privacy After the Cold War: Computer Passwords, Biometrics, and Other Privacy Protections in the Construction of Identity and Community
“Opt-In/Opt-Out” and Reputation Management Strategies."
Privacy in Social Networking and Locational Information Contexts
Deconstructing “Personal Privacy” in an Age of Social Media: Information Control and Reputation Management Dimensions
Bullying and Mobbing in Academe: Challenges for Distance Education and Social Media Applications
Canning Knowledge: Roles of Expert Systems and Knowledge-Based Engineering in Shaping the Knowledge-Based Society
Here’s Looking at Euclid: Love of Mathematics and Mathematicians in Love
Mobbing and Bullying in Social Media and Cyberspace: Implications for Peace and Conflict Studies
Is Social Networking and Service Learning a Match Made in Facebook Heaven?
Problem- and Case-based Learning from a Social Media Perspective
Bullying and Mobbing as Academic Phenomena
Peace Education, Conflict Resolution, and Media-Enhanced Transparency: Twitter, Blogging, and Constant Contact
Social Networking in Distance Education: Academic Freedom and Intellectual Property
Body Art as Social Media: Interactions between Ancient Arts and Internet Modalities
Protecting the Vote: Vote Suppression, Vote Fraud, and E-Voting Hazards
Science-in-society: Teaching and engaging across boundaries from an information technology perspective
Implications of Weblogs for Organizational Effectiveness
Participatory and Covert Surveillance
Web 2.0 and Global Networking
Information Policy during the Reagan Years
Webcasts and Podcasts in Historical Research
Academic Freedom and Distance Education
Expanding Personal and Intellectual Presence through Web Technology