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Session Overview
Session
What’s Next for Information World Mapping? International and Multidisciplinary Uses of the Method
Time:
Monday, 01/Nov/2021:
8:00am - 9:30am

Location: Salon I, Lobby Level, Marriott


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Presentations
ID: 146 / [Single Presentation of ID 146]: 1
Panels
90 minutes
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Topics: Research Methods
Keywords: Research methods, Visual methods, Arts-involved methods, Qualitative methods, Information behavior

What’s Next for Information World Mapping? International and Multidisciplinary Uses of the Method

Devon Greyson1, Tien-I Tsai2, Vanessa Kitzie3, Konstantina Martzoukou4, Millicent Mabi5

1University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA; 2National Taiwan University, Taiwan; 3University of South Carolina, USA; 4Robert Gordon University, Scotland; 5University of British Columbia, Canada

As use of arts-involved and data visualization methods increases in information science, it is important to reflect on strengths and weaknesses of various methods. In this 90-minute panel, an international lineup of information researchers will share their experiences using the participatory, visual elicitation technique information world mapping (IWM) in their work. Panelists will discuss ways to adapt the technique to different contexts, share their thoughts on what is next for IWM, and raise questions regarding challenges and new uses of IWM in information research. Presentations will be followed by an interactive discussion among panelists and Q&A period with the audience.