Workshop

Due to the number of scholars interested in attending and presenting at the main conference on April 25-26 (Thurs–Fri) we have decided to host a workshop on Wednesday April 24th.  For the workshop there will be 20-25 minute presentations, 5-10 minutes for a reply/comment, and 10-15 minutes for discussion.  After each session there will be a 15 minute break.  All sessions will be in the student union building (HUB) 334.

Schedule — HUB 334

Information Ethics and Policy: Intellectual Property, Privacy, and Free Speech
Workshop – April 24th  (Student Union – HUB RM 334)

 

10:00—10:45             Session 1 — Speaker: Bryce Newell  

“Technopolicing, Surveillance, and Citizen Oversight: The War between  Freedom, Power, and Transparency in Omnioptic Public Spaces”

Comment: Laura Lenhart

10:45 – 11:00           Break

11:00—11:45         Session 2 — Speaker: Jonathan Treise

 “Do Patents Violate Free Speech?”

Comment: Volodymyr Lysenko

11:45—1:15              Lunch Break

1:15—2:00              Session 3 — Speaker: Laura Lenhart

“Personal Information, Personal Property”

Comment:  Chris Heaney

 2:00—2:15                Break

2:15—3:00              Session 4 — Speaker: Alan Rubel

“What Did Elsevier Know, and When Did They Know It?: Privacy Provisions in Electronic Journal Licenses”

Comment:  Bryce Newell

3:00—3:15                Break

3:15—4:00             Session 5 — Speaker:  Kay Mathiesen:  

“Method in Information
Ethics: What can we learn from Bioethics?”

Comment: Chris Schimke

 4:00—4:15                Break

 

4:15—5:00             Session 6 

Speaker: Tony Doyle:

“CCTV and the Loss of Public Anonymity: Some Solutions”

Comment: Catherine Womack

 

5:00—7:00             Reception

 

Tony Doyle
Associate Professor
Reference/Instructional Librarian
Hunter College
tdoyle@hunter.cuny.edu

 

Jonathan Trerise
Assistant professor of philosophy
Department of Philosophy
P.O. Box 261954, Conway, SC 29528-6054
Costal Carolina University
jtrerise@coastal.edu


Bryce C. Newell, J.D.
Ph.D Student | Information Science
Graduate Fellow Comparative Law and Society Studies (CLASS) Center
Information School
University of Washington
4311 11th Ave NE, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98105
Roosevelt Commons, Box 354985, Seattle, WA, 98195

 

Kay Mathiesen
Assistant Professor
School of Information Resources and Library Science
University of Arizona
Email: kmathies@email.arizona.edu
http://sirls.arizona.edu/kay-mathiesen

 

Laura Lenhart, MLS
Doctoral Candidate
School of Information Resources & Library Science
University of Arizona
lenhartl@email.arizona.edu
http://www.lauralenhart.org.php53-28.dfw1-2.websitetestlink.com

Alan Rubel
Assistant Professor
School of Library and Information Studies
University of Wisconsin
Email: mailto:arubel@wisc.edu
http://alanrubel.com/about/

Dr. Catherine Womack
Professor of Philosophy
330 Tillinghast Hall
tel: (508)531-2259
email: cwomack (at) bridgew (dot) edu

Chris Heaney
Ph.D Student | Information Science
Information School
University of Washington
4311 11th Ave NE, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98105
Roosevelt Commons, Box 354985, Seattle, WA, 98195
email: Chris Heaney <chubbles@uw.edu>

Volodymyr Lysenko, Ph.D.
Lecturer, Information School UW
vlysenko@uw.edu
Office: Roosevelt Commons Building 400

Christopher Schimke
Department of Philosophy
University of Washington
schimke@uw.edu