Internet Research 1.0:The State of the Interdiscipline 
The First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers 
September 14-17, 2000 
University of Kansas 
Lawrence, Kansas

Saturday Schedule 

Thursday      Friday     Saturday      Sunday
Alphabetical listing of participants
Time Woodruff Big 12 Spencer Art Museum Computing Center Centennial Pine International
8:00-9:20 Identity and the Dynamics of Interaction within Online Media  Theories of Globalization Libraries, Museums, and Archives Community
9:30-10:50 Community On and Offline  The Hypermediated Text: Issues of Interface Design Website and Art Presentations 10:30 Investigating Community Networks 8:30-11:00 Metaphors of the Internet Global Politics Privacy and Data Collection
11:00-12:20 Constructing and Using Social Networks in Cyberspace Open Website and Art Presentations Continued Access Grid Demonstration to 11:50 
Ambient Computing Environments from 11:50 to 12:30
Interfaces and Communication Strategies E-commerce in Practice
12:30-1:50 Pedagogy -- Philosophy The Rogue and The Rogued: Amongst the Web Tacticians (Movie) Communication at the End of the Line  Discussion about Social Networks  Reconfiguring the World: Digital Technologies and the Negotiation of Social Change 
2:00-3:20 Subjectivity, Cyberspace and the Social Online Relationships, Personal and Professional 

Securing Trust Online
Helen Nissenbaum

6:00-8:00 Dinner at Grand Ballroom of the Kansas Union by Reservation


8:30-9:20 311 Identity and the Dynamics of Interaction within Online Media 
  • I, Avatar 

  • Hannes Hogni Vilhjalmsson, MIT Media Lab 
  • The Turing Game: A Participatory Exploration of Identity in Online Environments

  • Amy Bruckman and Joshua Berman, Georgia Institute of Technology 
  • The Rhetoric of Race within Online Environments

  • Beth Kolko, University of Texas at Arlington 


8:00-9:20 313 Theories of Globalization
Moderator: Liza Tsaliki, Department of Communication, University of Nijmegen, NL 
  • Globalize or not?: The Internet and the Social Factors Shaping Globalization

  • Joo-Young Jung, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California 
  • Culture/Technology/Communication - Towards an Intercultural Global Village

  • Charles Ess, Drury University 
  • Electronic Commerce in Developing Nations

  • Larry Press, California State University at Domingez Hills 
  • Globilization, Domination and Cyberactivism

  • Lauren Langman, Doug Morris, Jackie Zalewski, Emily Ignacio and Carl Davidson, Loyola University


8:00-9:20 314 Libraries, Museums, and Archives
Moderator: Keith Russell, KU Libraries, University of Kansas 
  • Who Should be Responsible for EDA?

  • Susan Lazinger, SLAIS, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  • A Longitudinal Study of Web Page Life Cycles: "Stability" After a While? 

  • Wallace Koehler and Joanna Wall, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Oklahoma 
  • A Didactic Approach of Virtual Museums. Does Art Knowledge Really Matter?

  • Roxane Bernier, Département de Sociologie Universitéde Montréal 


8:00-9:20 316 Community
Moderator: Serge Proulx, Communication Departement, Universite du Quebec a Montreal
  • Community building using the net: Perceptions of Organizers, Info Providers and Internet Users 

  • Karen Pettigrew, School of Library and Information Science, University of Washington 
  • Communities Virtuelle 

  • Pascal Nivesse 
  • Social and Cultural Predictors of Internet Integration in Community Life 

  • Sorin Matei, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California 
  • Musical Taste, Political Participation, Community Values, and the Internet 

  • James Witte and John Ryan , Clemson University 

Computing Center
8:30-11:00 318 Investigating Community Networks

Moderator: Nick Jankowski, University of Nijmegen 

  • Transforming New Communication Technologies into Community Media
  • Teresa M. Harrison, James P. Zappen, and Christina Prell, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
  • What Impacts Community Network Services?
  • Lawrence Hecht, Internet Public Policy Network 
  • On Crafting a Study of Community Networks: Considerations and Reflections
  • Nick Jankowski, Martine van Selm, and Ed Hollander
  • A Discursive Approach to Health Communities
  • Joyce Lamerichs, Communication and Innovative Studies, Wageningen University and Research Center 
  • City of Bits or City of Quartz? Towards a Qualitative Methodology for Studying Online Environments
  • David Silver, University of Maryland, Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies 


9:30-11:00 321 Community On and Offline
Moderator:Caroline Haythornthwaite, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
  • The Rise and Fall of Internet Use: Social Networks and Community Involvement

  • Andrea L. Kavanaugh, Virginia Tech 
  • Social Interaction Across the Digital Divide

  • Ann Peterson Bishop, Bharat Mehra, Imani Bazzell, and Cynthia Smith, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
  • Managing Multiple Social Worlds: Distance Students On and Offline

  • Michelle M. Kazmer & Caroline Haythornthwaite, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
  • Virtual Communities: What's New?

  • Karina Tracey, Perception and Cognition Lab, British Telecommunications 
  • "Does the Internet Destroy, Replace or Increase Community? The Evidence from the _National Geographic_ Web Survey"

  • Barry Wellman, Keith Hampton, James Witte and Anabel Quan-Haase



9:30-11:00 323 Metaphors for the Internet
Moderator: Elissa Fineman, University of Texas at Austin 
  • Code, Coded and Coding Perspectives 

  • L. Jean Camp, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 
  • Metaphors of the Physical: Why the Internet Coheres 

  • Niel Randall and Isabel Pederson, University of Waterloo 
  • Building Communication-Based Perspectives of Internet-Based Technologies 

  • Michele Jackson, Department of Communication, University of Colorado 


9:30-10:50 325 Global Politics
Moderator: Christiana Frietas 
  • The Political Net in Japan

  • Leslie Tkach, Graduate School of International Political Economy, University of Tsukuba 
  • Whose site am I? Serbian and Albanian Kosovar's Governmental Internet-strategies compared

  • Milos Milenkovic 


9:30-11:00 326 Privacy and Data Collection
Moderator: Greg Elmer, Boston College 
  • Provision of Anonymity Security Services to Accomplish Privacy in the Internet

  • Justo Carracedo, Telematic Engineering Department, Technical University of Madrid and Jose-David Carracedo, School of Political Science and Sociology. Universidad Complutense de Madrid 
  • Privacy Issues in Internet Marketing: Internet Users' Attitudes Toward Exposure of Personal Data

  • Chia- Hao Chang, Studies for Information Society, Yuan-Ze University 
  • E-Mail Privacy in the Workplace: Emerging Legal Issues

  • Kim Dayton, School of Law, University of Kansas

    Spencer Art Museum Auditorium

    10:30-12:30 337 Website and Art Presentations
    • Environmental Action Website

    • Omer Chouinard, Environmental Studies, Université de Moncton, Diane Pruneau, Education Science and Evironmental Education, Université de Moncton, Claire Isabelle. Pedagogical Aspects of the Tools of Multimedia Université de Moncton, Roger N'kambou, Computer Science, Universté de Sherbrooke
    • The Kwanzaa Playground Website

    • Alison Colman, Ohio State University 


    11:10-12:30 331 Constructing and Using Social Networks in Cyberspace
    Moderator: Barry Wellman, University of Toronto 
    • Commerce and Community: Walking the Line between Quality and Sustainability at a Virtual Education Center 

    • Wesley Shumar, Drexel University & K. Ann Renninger, Swarthmore College 
    • Social Affordances: Understanding Technology-Mediated Social Networks at Work

    • Erin Bradner, Department of Information & Computer Science, UC Irvine 
    • Mediated Networks - Technology and the Reorganization of Work

    • Heinrich Schwarz, MIT 
    • Constructionist Online Communities: Theory and Practice

    • Amy Bruckman, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology 
    • Usenet News: A Small World? 

    • John Paolillo, University of Texas at Arlington 


    11:00-12:20 333 Interfaces and Communication Strategies
    Moderator: Harmeet Sawheny, Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University 
    • The Role of Communication Practices in the Technical Evolution of the Internet Relay Chat 

    • Guillaume Latzko-Toth, Communication Departement, Universite du Quebec a Montreal
    • The Construction of a Communication Space Through Social Interaction on the Internet

    • Valérie Beaudouin - France Telecom R&D Julia Velkovska - Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris) and France Telecom R&D
    • Breaking Through the Interface: Impact of Visual Metaphors in the Popularization of the Internet 

    • Tapio Mäkelä, Media Studies, Univeristy of Turku 


    Computing Center

    11:10-11:50 338 Access Grid Demonstration

    Computing Center

    11:50-12:30 338 Ambient Computing Environments
    Josh Evans, Presentation of the Information Technology and Telecommunication Center, University of Kansas 

    Spencer Art Museum Auditorium

    12:40-3:30 347 The Rogue and The Rogued: Amongst the Web Tacticians
    Greg Elmer and Richard Roger 


    12:30-1:50 341 Pedagogy -- Philosophy
    Moderator: Susan Lazinger, SLAIS, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    • Pedagogy in and the Institutionalization of Web-based Courses 

    • Thomas Swiss and Dan Alexander, Drake University 
    • Interaction in Web-Based Learning 

    • Kathleen Burnett, Florida State University 
    • Using an Internet-Based Learning Environment for College Student Learning Research, Literacy, and Self-Directed Learning Skills 

    • Christine Ching-Chiu Chao, Pennsylvania State University 


    12:30-1:50 343 Communication at the End of the Line
    • Homestead Acts: GeoCities and the Vicissitudes of Virtual Property

    • John Logie, University of Minnesota
    • The United States and the EU Data Privacy Directive: The Medium is the Mandate 

    • Kirk St.Amant, University of Minnesota 
    • Think globally, eat locally: rhetorics of physicality in cyberspace.

    • Laura J. Gurak, University of Minnesota 


    12:30-1:50 345 Discussion about Social Networks
    • Featured Discussant: Manuel Castells


    12:30-1:50 346 Reconfiguring the World: Digital Technologies and the Negotiation of Social Change
    • The Internet as Emblem: New Information Technologies and the Depiction of Class 

    • Fred Turner, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
    • Authorship Amidst the Detritus

    • Tarleton Gillespie, Department of Communication, University of California, San Diego 
    • Materializing Change: Linux as Artifact, Community, and Conversation

    • Matt Ratto, Department of Communication, University of California, San Diego 


    2:00-3:20 353 Subjectivity, Cyberspace and the Social
    Moderator: Timothy W. Luke, Virginia Tech 
    • Internet Practice and the Production of Cyber-Subjectivity

    • Amanda Little, University of Western Sydney, Nepean 
    • Internet and Culture

    • Mark Poster, Department of History, University of California, Irvine 
    • Internet Censorship - Who is Caught in the Act? 

    • Jerry Everard


    2:00-3:20 355 Online Relationships, Personal and Professional
    Moderator: Andrea Baker, Ohio University
    • Psychotherapy Relationships Online

    • John M. Grohol, Psy.D. 
    • Online Relationships via Text Talk

    • John Suler, Rider College 
    • What Makes an Online Relationship Successful?:
      Clues from Couples Who Met in Cyberspace 

    • Andrea Baker, Ohio University 



    361 Keynote: Securing Trust Online
    Helen Nissenbaum, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University

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