Meetup with Dr. Xinru Page – Discussion around privacy and human-computer interaction


and NEASIST present: Meetup with Dr. Xinru Page!

This Monday, April 13, 6:00 – 7:30 PM

Drop-ins welcome!

Room P-316 (the Collaboratory)

Join us to meet up next week with Dr. Xinru Page, an expert in location-based services and consumer privacy expectations. We’ll hear a short presentation of Dr. Page’s research, and then discuss privacy and human-computer interaction.

Want to hear about the privacy paradox and how organizations like libraries might design new location-based services — and persuade patrons to use them? Then join us on Monday!

Dissertation award pic
We need to think about information behavior if we want to design effective services and outreach — and there will be snacks!
Dr. Page won this year’s I-School’s Doctoral Dissertation Award for Factors that Influence Adoption and Use of Location-Sharing Social Media. Check out her website here to learn about her experience in industry and academia.