We are pleased to announce that our team is hosting a Session for Interaction & Engagement at the iConference 2016 in Philadelphia on “Hacking the Access, Storage and Preservation of Social Media Data”. If you are also attending the conference, please join us for the session on Monday morning at 10:30am-12:00pm.
The goal of this session will be to bring social media and information scholars together to discuss key issues and solutions related to the collection, analysis, sharing and publication of social media data. The session report will be published on this website.
SIE #551: Hacking the Storage and Preservation of Social Media Data
Hacking the Access, Storage and Preservation of Social Media Data
Time: 21/Mar/2016: 10:30am-12:00pm · Location: Regency C2
Organizers: Dr. Anatoliy Gruzd, Jenna Jacobson, Dr. Elizabeth Dubois
- Access and Collection – Ethics (Lead Discussant: Dr. Katie Shilton)
- Is informed consent necessary/recommended when collecting social media data? (Consider public vs. private data)
- Access and Collection – Research Design (Lead Discussant: Dr. Jess Vitak)
- Where and how is data being collected?
- Sharing – For Collaboration (Lead Discussant: Dr. Bryan Semaan)
- What are the issues associated with publishing or sharing whole social media datasets that you collected for your research?
- Preservation – Metadata Schemas (Lead Discussant: Dr. Ayoung Yoon)
- What metadata schemas and what formats should be used to preserve social media data?