The Illuminating Project
Illuminating is a computational journalism project that is meant to empower journalists covering presidential and midterm campaigns. Political reporters must cover not only stump speeches, campaign events, and TV ads, but also ...
Diffusion on Niche Social Media Sites
This project, led by Center Affiliate Jeff Hemsley, studies the shift in information diffusion from large social media sites to niche social media sites.
Inclusive Privacy Project
This project, led by Center affiliate Yang Wang, aims to provide people with disabilities, particularly those with visual impairments, better privacy tools when working with computers.
CCDS Welcomes Visiting Scholar Benjamin Yankson, and Research Robot Zenbo
iSchool Researchers to Study Election-Related Misinformation on WhatsApp
iSchool Researchers to Participate in Twitter-funded Study on Discussion Quality
Research in Progress: Carsten Østerlund to speak on Building an Apparatus: Refractive, Reflective & Diffractive Readings of Trace Data
Professor Carsten Østerlund will speak on the topic of his recent paper, titled "Building an Apparatus: Refractive, Reflective & Diffractive Readings of Trace Data", co-authored by Kevin Crowston and Corey Jackson.
Research in Progress: Patricia Rossini to speak on Private vs Public Digital Spheres
In this talk, Rossini presents a research-in-progress around the use of WhatsApp for political discussion and (mis)information in Brazil, and some of the challenges around doing research on private social media platforms. Resea...