*Can* Users Consent to Data Mining, Ethically (Even if Legally)?

Having taken part this week in a panel discussion at the 2017 DLF Forum conference, I raise a question I’ve been struggling with: can users consent to data mining, if they can’t realistically be expected to substantively understand the risks?

Slides for a Presentation on "Non-Psychometric" Survey Design

In August 2017, I gave a new presentation on “non-psychometric” survey design. I am releasing the slides for that presentation.

The University of Pennsylvania has Issued a Press Release about my Appointment as Bollinger Fellow in Library Innovation

The University of Pennsylvania has issued a Press Release about the Bollinger Fellowship that I’ve started this month.

I am Excited to be Working through CLIR in the University of Pennsylvania's Libraries

I am very excited to announce that I will be beginning work in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania in January 2017 as the University Libraries’ Bollinger Fellow in Library Innovation through the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR).