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Live tweeting the second KredibleNet Workshop co-hosted with MediaX and SMRF at Stanford

We will live tweet the second KredibleNet workshop on Reputation, Trust, and Authority at Stanford University under the hashtag #kredible. Join us… Follow the blog, subscribe to the feed of this site, follow our twitter account @ithinkblog and like our page

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Reputation, Trust and Authority Workshop at Stanford University

We are very excited to officially announce our second workshop, to be held at the Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences. The event is co-sponsored by the Purdue University Discovery Park CyberCenter (PI: Sorin Adam Matei, CoPIs:

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First KredibleNet Workshop Final Schedule

Monday April 8   1 – 2:30 PRE-WORKSHOP EXPERT PANEL for graduate students – BRNG B268   Marc Smith Bernie Hogan Elisa Bertino Noshir Contractor Cindy Weng Yun Huang Karrie Karahalios Mei Kobayashi   These are the participants who confirmed

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Invitation for graduate students: Expert panel on current trends in big data, computation social science, social media roles, trust and reputation research

MONDAY APRIL 8, 1 – 2:30 PM BRNG B268 (Basement) A Panel Discussion with Participants to the KredibleNet Workshop   Marc Smith – Social Media Research Foundation, NodeXL, Connected Action Noshir Contractor – Northwestern University, SONIC Bernie Hogan – Oxford Internet

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KredibleNet Workshop to be held on April 8-9 at Purdue University

The Cyber Center and Brian Lamb School of Communication are holding the KredibleNet Workshop on April 9, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM in the Discovery Learning and Research Center, Room 143 AB and 131. Map The workshop will provide insights into the

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Sorin Adam Matei, Associate Professor, Brian Lamb School of Communication

A multidisciplinary team of Purdue researchers has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to investigate how social media, especially Wikipedia articles and editors, shape public knowledge. The project “KredibleNet” aims to build a research community and to propose a

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