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Visual Research Round-Up – sponsored by SIG-USE
Friday, 27/Oct/2023:
1:00pm - 5:00pm

Location: Mouton Cadet, 2nd Floor, Novotel

Time is BST (British Summer Time)

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ID: 408 / [Single Presentation of ID 408]: 1
4 hours, In-Person Workshop
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Topics: Information Behavior (information behavior; information-seeking behavior; information needs and use; information practices; usability; user experience; human-computer interaction; human-technology interaction; human-AI interaction)
Keywords: Visual Research, Visual Methodologies, Collaborative Research, Co-Design Techniques

Visual Research Round-Up – sponsored by SIG-USE

Iulian Vamanu1, Judith Van Alstyne2, Rongqian Ma3, Jenna Hartel4, Sophie Rutter5, Sheila Webber5

1University of Iowa, USA; 2University of Rochester, USA; 3Indiana University Bloomington, USA; 4University of Toronto, Canada; 5University of Sheffield, UK

Visual research centers upon images, not words or numbers. Over the past century, visual research has proliferated across the social sciences and today there are innumerable variations. This in-person Workshop “rounds-up” students, scholars, and practitioners engaged in Visual Research across Information Science. Our goals are: 1) to fortify a shared understanding of fundamental concepts associated with visual methods; 2) to showcase the diversity of image-based projects across Information Science, while offering constructive commentary and seeding friendships; and 3) to brainstorm a compelling Research Agenda that maximizes our effort and unifies our community into the future. We hope this workshop will not only deepen everyone’s understanding of visual methods, but also foster a supportive community that encourages productive collaborations among researchers focused on visual media and methodologies. Additional registration fee applies.

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