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Researchers' Conference Presentations

Conferences

  • Dr. Kvasny, Invited Speaker. “An African-American Weblog Community's Reading of AIDS in Black America”, Race and Ethnic Studies Institute, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
  • Dr. Kvasny, Invited Speaker. “An African-American Weblog Community's Reading of AIDS in Black America”, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.
  • Dr. Kvasny, Invited Speaker. “An African-American Weblog Community's Reading of AIDS in Black America”, College of Communications, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.
  • Dr. Kvasny, Invited Speaker. “An African-American Weblog Community's Reading of AIDS in Black America”, Race and Ethnic Studies Institute, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX November 6, 2009.
    Dr. Kvasny, Invited Speaker. “An African-American Weblog Community's Reading of AIDS in Black America”, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, October 27, 2009.
    Dr. Kvasny, Invited Speaker. “An African-American Weblog Community's Reading of AIDS in Black America”, College of Communications, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, April 21, 2009.
  • Dr. Kvasny, Program Speaker, 2013, i3 Scholars Conference, Information Science School, University of Pittsburgh, “The Dark Side of Social Media”
  • Dr. Payton, Program Speaker, 2013, i3 Scholars Conference, Information Science School, University of Pittsburgh, “Health Care Dynamics and Social Media”
  • Dr. Payton, Program Speaker, 2013, i3 Scholars Conference, Information Science School, University of Pittsburgh, “Pitfalls in the PhD Process: The Unwritten Rules”
  • Dr. Payton, 2013, Columbia University Teacher’s College Health Disparities Conference, Challenging Accepted Norms in Online Health Care: The Case of MyHealthImpactNetwork.org
  • Dr. Payton, Program Speaker, 2013, The North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute, Young People, HIV and Social Media
  • Dr. Payton, 2012, The Maya Angelou International Women’s Health Summit, Public Policy and Advocacy for Women’s Health: The World of Internet and Social Media, Wake Forest University
  • Dr. Payton, 2012, University of North Carolina – Charlotte, School of Computing Seminar Series, Health Care Artifacts and Editorial Challenges
  • Dr. Payton, 2012, Spelman College, Health Disparities Scholars Program, Black Female Voice; Designing an HIV Health Information Artifact
  • Dr. Payton, 2012, Clemson University, Health Care and Computing, Design & Social Media: New Trends But Dated Issues
  • Dr. Payton, 2012, Information Fluency and the Digital Divides Conference, University of Central Florida

 

Conference Presentations

  • Payton, F. C., Kvasny, L. and Kiwanuka-Tondo, J. (2012).  “Stigma, Social Construction and Social Media in Designing an IT Artifact While Creating a Health Experience". Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), Joint Session MI/HAS: Designing Web and Social Media Experiences to Address Health Disparities, Phoenix, AZ.
    (consisted of 4 accepted presentations and abstracts)
  • Payton, F.C., Kiwanuka-Tondo, J. and Kvasny, L. (2012). "Black Female Voices: Designing an HIV Information Artifact", 4th International Conference on the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Taylor and Francis Group Publisher, San Francisco, CA.
  • Kvasny, L., Chong, J. and Payton, F. (2006). "Minority Women and eHealth: Social Inclusion in Online HIV/AIDS Information". Poster Presentation at the International Conference on Information Processing, Working Group 8.2 (IFIP 8.2) Conference, Limerick, Ireland, July 13-15.
  • Chong, J. and Kvasny, L. (2005). "Social Construction of Gender and Sexuality in Online HIV/AIDS Discourses in China: A Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis". SIG ISAP (IT/IS Issues in Asia Pacific) Workshop, Las Vegas, NV, December 11.
  • Kvasny, L. and Chong, J. (2005). "Minority Women’s Consumption of Online HIV/AIDS Information". Abstract presented at The American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIST), SIG USE 2005 5th Annual Research Symposium, The Burden of Being Special: Adding Methodological Clarity to Defining, Researching, and Serving Special, Charlotte, NC, October 29.

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