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iConference 2024 Poster Award Finalists Announcement

Carnegie Mellon University, The Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy

The organizers of iConference 2024 are pleased to announce the finalists for this year’s Best Poster Award. Five finalists have been selected representing the most outstanding of the many submissions received.

The posters of these finalists will be presented along with all other accepted submissions at iConference 2024 - Wisdom, Well-being, Win-win - our 19th iConference in the annual series taking place hybrid:

  • online with the Virtual Academic Program (April 15 - 18, 2024) and

  • onsite with Academic Program in Changchun, China (April 22 - 26, 2024).

The iConference 2024 is hosted by Jilin University, China, and University of Tsukuba, Japan. The Award winners will be announced at the iConference 2024 Keynote April 15, 2024.

Best Poster Award Finalists (300 USD)

ID 137 Shaping the community identity of digital humanities: A global investigation on scholar composition of digital humanities centers by Z. Hu, J. Liu and L. Pei

ID 236 Assessing User Needs and Expectations of Informal Care Partners of People with Dementia for Digital Memory Book Applications by M. S. Park, C. Oh, Y. Lee, J. Bong, and H. S. Lee

ID 268 Learning About Life in the US: A Pilot Study on the Information Behavior of Nigerian Diasporans by Y. Ajibola, J. Kociubuk, and C. Jackson

ID 368 Mapping Areas in Need of Immigrant-Focused Crisis Support by L. Hong, A. Roeschley and Y. Du

ID 445 Doc on the Tok: How BIPOC College Students Perceive Healthcare Professionals’ Social Media Content by K. N. Fletcher, M. Kazmi, A. Aljundi, J. Ingram, H. Thomas, K. Booth, and O. Haimson

The Best Full, Short and Chinese Research Paper Awards finalists have been announced earlier this week here.



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