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Ph.D., Information and Library Science, School of Information and Library Science, UNC-Chapel Hill
Dissertation successfully defended July 30, 2010: Perceptions and Uses of Tagging Among Undergraduates
Advisors: Jane Greenberg and Paul Jones
Committee: Jane Greenberg (chair); Paul Jones; Gary Marchionini; Jeffrey Pomerantz; Sri Kalyanaraman
B.A., Politics, May 2002 Oberlin College
The central focus of my research is on questions of identity: specifically, how increased use of information communications technologies is changing the way we conceive of ourselves and relate to each other. My research in this area to date has focused on a range of aspects of mediated sociability, including perceptions and uses of privacy settings on social networking sites and the Internet more generally; norms regarding the presentation and sharing of personal photos; and the uses of mobile and social technologies as components of experiential and collaborative learning processes. My dissertation research will focus on perceptions and uses of tagging and tagging services among undergraduate students.
- Stutzman, F. and Kramer-Duffield, J. (2010) Friends Only: Examining a Privacy-Enhancing Behavior in Facebook. CHI 2010, April 10-15, 2010, Atlanta, GA, USA.
- Greenberg, J., Daniel, E., Edwards, P., Gollop, C., Kramer-Duffield, J. Woodbury, D., Seiberling, S., Weakley, A., and Shoffner, M. (2010) Cultivating Collaboration and Converging Disciplines via the Bot2.0 Initiative. In Proceedings of ALISE 2010: Creating a Culture of Collaboration, Tuesday, January 12, through Friday, January 15, 2010, Boston, MA.
- Kramer-Duffield, J. and Russell, T. (2009) Online Disclosure Neither Now nor Never: How Would a "Later" Button Work? In Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science & Technology Annual Meeting, Vol. 46. Thriving on diversity – Information opportunities in a pluralistic world. Wiley InterScience/American Society for Information Science & Technology.
- Edwards, P. M., Daniel, E., Greenberg, J., Kramer-Duffield, J., Taylor, H., Woodbury, D., et al. (2009). Evaluating technology-, information literacy-, and content-related learning outcomes among undergraduate students in face-to-face and social networking environments. In Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science & Technology Annual Meeting, Vol. 46. Thriving on diversity – Information opportunities in a pluralistic world. Wiley InterScience/American Society for Information Science & Technology.
- Russell, T. and Kramer-Duffield, J. (2009) Disclosure and Timeliness: Do users need a Later Button? iConference 2009, Chapel Hill, NC, February 8-11, 2009.
- Stutzman, F. and Kramer-Duffield, J. (2008) Modeling Cultural Acquisition in Online Social Networks. ASIS&T 2008 Annual Meeting, October 24-29, 2008 Columbus, OH.
- Kramer-Duffield, J. and Hank, C. (2008) Shoffner, M., Greenberg, J., Kramer-Duffield, J. and Woodbury, D. (2008) Web 2.0 Semantic Systems – Collaborative Learning in Science. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications – Metadata for Semantic and Social Applications 22 - 26 September 2008, Berlin, DE (DC-2008)
- Greenberg, J., Daniel, E., Kramer-Duffield. J., Seiberling, S., Weakly, A., and Woodbury, D. (2008). BOT 2.0 – Botany through Web 2.0, the Memex and Social Learning. Inventions and Impact 2: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education: A Conference of Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) Program National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education, 13–15 August 2008, Washington DC, pp. A32.
- Haas, S., Travers, D., Waller, A. and Kramer-Duffield, J. (2007) What is an Event? Domain Constraints for Temporal Analysis of Chief Complaints and Triage Notes. ASIS&T 2007 Annual Meeting, October 19-24, 2007 Milwaukee, WI