Jeremy Foote, Nate TeBlunthuis, and Mako Hill are in Prague this week for the International Communication Association’s 2018 annual meeting.
The collective has three things on the conference program this year:
- Fri, May 25, 9:30 to 10:45, Hilton Prague, LL, Vienna: An Agent-Based Model of Online Community Joining as part of the Computational Methods section paper session on “Agent-Based Modeling for Communication Research” — Jeremy Foote (presenting), Benjamin Mako Hill and Nathan TeBlunthuis
- Fri, May 25, 12:30 to 13:45, Hilton Prague, LL, Congress Hall II – Exhibit Hall/Posters: Revisiting ‘The Rise and Decline’ in a Population of Peer Production Projects as part of the Information Systems section’s poster session “ICA Interactive Paper/Poster Session I” —Nathan TeBlunthuis (presenting), Aaron Shaw, and Benjamin Mako Hill
- Mon, May 28, 9:30 to 10:45, Hilton Prague, M, Palmovka: Theory Building Beyond Communities: Population-Level Research in the Computational Methods section’s panel on “Communication in the Networked Age: A Discussion of Theory Building through Data-Driven Research” — Benjamin Mako Hill (presenting) and Aaron Shaw
We look forward to sharing our research and socializing with you at ICA! Please be in touch if you’re around and want to meet up!