Monthly Archives: October 2016

Fair Use and the ACM Copyright Licensing Agreement

Two years ago, in response to frequent requests for copyright advice around the time camera-ready papers for CHI or CSCW are due, I wrote a blog post explaining the ACM copyright license. At the end I included some notes about third-party material, but I’ve gotten some inquiries specifically about that and have also had to deal […]

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New Professor Seeks Awesome Students for Research Adventures

TL;DR I’m recruiting PhD students – particularly those interested in social computing, online communities, ethics, law and policy, and/or fandom. As you may know, I am an assistant professor in the (shiny and new!) Department of Information Science at the University of Colorado in Boulder.  This is an exciting place to be, because not only do we have […]

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