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Tentative Workshop Agenda

DayTimeActivityPlace
Wednesday
July 7
7:00pm-9:00Opening DinnerFairview Dining Room @ WDI
Thursday
July 8
8:30-9:00Arrival & BreakfastD106 LSRC
9:00-9:30Project Introduction & Overview
9:30-10:20Network Module Examples
Twitter Spam Detection
Sarita Yardi, Georgia Tech
Programming Dynamic Models in Python (parts 2 & 3)
Jon Zelner, University of Michigan
Facebook & Celebricity
Monica Anderson, University of Alabama
10:20-10:40Break
10:40-11:00 Code as a Metaphor for Computational Thinking
Owen Astrachan, Duke University
11:00-11:20 Programmatic visualizations of temporal web data
Eytan Adar, University of Michigan
11:20-11:40 Technology-Mediated Social Participation: Promoting a National Agenda
Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
11:40-12:00 Contextualized Computing
Charles Isbell, Georgia Tech
12:00-1:30LunchSearle Center Commons Restaurant
1:30-3:00Networks Course Presentations
Exposure to research through replication of research: a case in complex networks
Ali Erkan, Ithaca College
Social Networks 101
Tom Hayden, Northwestern University
Networked Computing and Python for Informatics
Chuck Severance, University of Michigan
Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXLB: Expanding Educational Opportunities (book)
Ben Shneiderman, Univerity of Maryland
Online Social Networks
Fred Stutzman, University of North Carolina
Information Visualization
Angela Zoss, University of Indiana
D106 LSRC
3:00-3:15Break
3:15-3:30Computational concepts and skills for Networks
3:30-4:30Network Problem Breakouts
4:30-5:00Network Problem Reports
5:00-5:30Defining Modules
7:00-9:00DinnerPop's
Friday
July 9
8:30-9:00Arrival & BreakfastD106 LSRC
9:00-10:15Network problems & data sources
Novel Interfaces for Social Data
Michael Bernstein, MIT
Twitter Bomb
Panagiotis Metaxas, Wellesley College
Random Walks and Network-Based Ranking
Qiaozhu Mei, University of Michigan
Narrative Networks, Social Identity, and Complexity in Collective Action
Gregory Jones, Georgia State University
10:15-10:30Break
10:30-12:00Position Paper Group Work D106 & D344 LSRC
12:00-1:30Lunch Searle Center Commons Restaurant
1:30-2:00DiscussionD106 LSRC
2:00-3:00Networks, Crowds, and Markets: Reasoning About a Highly Connected World
Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University
3:00-3:30Conclusions and future work
3:30Adjourn
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