WORKSHOP DATE: October 21, 2015
Our second #FAIL! workshop will be held at the Internet Research Conference (IR16).
IR16 will be held in Phoenix, Arizona, from October 21 to 24, 2015. Workshops will all take place on Wednesday, October 21. Our workshop is scheduled for the morning (9-12 am).
- 9:00-9:15 Katrin Weller, Introduction: “What we’ve learnt from the first workshop and what we’d like to learn today“
- 9:15-9:30 Shawn Walker: “Complexity of collecting social media data in ephemeral contexts“
- 9:30-9:40 Discussing Shawn’s talk
- 9:40-9:55 Cornelius Puschmann: “Why LIWC sucks (or: saner options for social media content analysis)“
- 9:55-10:05 Discussing Cornelius talk
- 10:05-10:20 Break
- 10:20 -10:35 Luca Rossi: “The fourth deadly sin of social media researchers (or: scientific research and unstable socio-technical platforms)”
- 10:35-10:45 Discussing Luca’s talk
- 10:45-11:00 Marco Toledo Bastos, “Individual Behavior from Aggregate Social Media Data“
- 11:00-11:10 Discussing Marco’s talk
- 11:10-12:00 Discussion & Conclusions
The three hours workshop at IR16 will consist of short presentations, followed by discussions in which we aim at collaboratively searching for alternative solutions for the presented problem. We welcome all IR16 participants to join the workshop and to participate in the discussions!
The #FAIL! workshop at Internet Research 16 will also include a summary of the case studies presented during the first #FAIL! workshop at WebSci15.