Conference Program

Saturday, September 27, 2014

8:00 AM-5:00 PM Registration Open
Featured Speaker: Dr. Annette Vee
“The dream of coding for everyone and the legacy of mass literacy campaigns”Register for the breakfast here.
9:00 AM-9:20 AM Welcome/Announcements
9:30 AM-10:45 AM Session 1: KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dr. Patricia Sullivan
2014 Rigo Award Winner
10:45 AM-11:15 AM BREAK
Light Snack and Drinks
Sponsored by Iowa State University
11:15 AM-12:30 PM Session 2.1
: Delivering Technical Information Across Diverse Contexts & Networks
Session Chair: Sarah Read
Session 2.2
Theme: Poster Session I
Papers Social Justice in Technologies of Prenatal Care Dawn Opel Stories from the Workplace: Using Mini-Modules Online to Increase Student Motivation and Learning Jonathan Balzotti & Janet Roberts
Women, Religion and Professional Communication Emily Petersen Rhetorical Functions of Hashtag Forms Across Social Media Applications Alice Daer; Rebecca Hoffman; Seth Goodman
An Analysis of Twitter Conversations at Acacemic Conferences Laura Gonzales Doing UX: A Workflow for Teaching and Training Guiseppe Getto
Evidence of Things Not Seen: Mapping Sentiment Across Time in Unstructured Texts about the Herbicide Agent Orange Sarah Beth Hopton
Architect, Developer, Designer: The Anatomy of UX in Industry Job Postings Claire Lauer; Eva Brumberger
12:30 PM-1:30 PM LUNCH
(On Your Own)
1:30 PM-2:45PM Session 3.1
: Brokering Communication Design–from Stakeholders to Users & Back Again
Session Chair: Kathie Gossett
Session 3.2
: Three Perspectives on Communication Design Contexts & Ontologies
Session Chair: Brian McNely
Papers Brokering Across Administrative Boundaries: Provisional Consensus for Building ISUComm Sites Eric York Papers Business process modeling: Vocabulary problem and requirements specification Jonas B. Gassen; Jan Mendling; Lucinéia H. Thom; José Palazzo M. de Oliveira
Brokering Between Teachers, Students, and the System: Developing ISUComm Sites and a Community of ePortfolio Users Bryan Lutz All of the Things: Engaging Complex Assemblages in Communication Design Brian McNely; Nathaniel Rivers
Brokering Self-help and Continued Learning: Looking Ahead and Helping Instructors to Teach Themselves How to Use ISUComm Sites Rebecca O’Connell Translating Art Installation into ICT: Lessons Learned from an Experience at Workspace Vinicius Ferreira; Junia Analecto; Andre Bueno
2:45 PM-3:15 PM BREAK
Light Snack & DrinksSponsored by Auburn University
3:15 PM-4:45 PM Session 4: IGNITE TALKS
Facilitator: Liza Potts
Yes, We’re Going to Talk about Candy Crush: Surveillance, Social Games, and Screen Segmentation Stephanie Vie
The Dynamic Materialities of Programming Practices Chris Lindgren
What Does Topic-based Authoring Bring for Global Technical Communication? Tatiana Batova
What Do People Do All Day…At a Supercomputing Center? Sarah Read
Designing a Parsable World: Physical, Linguistic, and Procedural Infrastructures Annette Vee
Design of Communication | Design for Communication: A UX Designer’s Take on What We Do Dave Jones
Opening the Dissertation Code: Designing Digital Dissertations in Technical Communication Kathie Gossett
4:45 PM-5:30 PM HAPPY HOUR
State of the SIG Address: Liza Potts, SIGDOC Chair
Venue: La Bella Vita, Restorante Italiano

Sunday, September 28, 2014

8:00 AM-12:00 PM Registration Open
8:00 AM-9:00AM SIGDOC Board Breakfast
9:00 AM-9:50 AM Session 5: Featured Speaker: Dr. Jennifer Ware
“Social norms influence student journalists’ perception of wearable technologies”
10:00 AM-11:15 AM Session 6.1
: Understanding & Designing Effective Distributed Communication
Session Chair: TBD
Session 6.2
Theme: Poster Session II
Papers Unifying the Shift and Narrow Strategies in Focus+Context Exploratory Search Krystian Samp; Cedric Beuzit; Jodi Schneider Institutional Review Boards: Human Subjects and Their Texts Johanna Phelps-Hillen
An Exploratory Look at Online Instruction Delivery Across Electronic Devices Jack Labriola; Michael McCarthy; Chinwe Obi Capturing the Ephemeral: Using Digital Tools to Record Sites of Participatory Memory Christine Scales; Liza Potts
Porn Architecture: User Tagging and Filtering in Two Online Pornography Communities Allegra Smith
Applying the Cognitive Dimensions of API Usability to Improve API Documentation Planning Bob Watson
11:15 AM-12:30 PM Session 7.1
: Modeling Contemporary Communication Design
Session Chair: Alice Daer
Session 7.2
: Genre Research in Contemporary Communication Design
Session Chair: Brent Faber
Papers Identifying how U.S. nonprofit organizations operate within the Information Process Maturity Model Sarah Gunning Papers Characterizing Web-Based Tutorials: Exploring Quality, Community, and Showcasing Strategies Matthew Lount; Andrea Bunt
A Mobile Banking Model in the Cloud for Financial Inclusion in India Amitava Ghosh; Sourya Joyee De; Ambuj Mahanti Genre cycling: The infrastructural function of an operational assessment review and reporting process at a federal scientific research supercomputing user facility Sarah Read; Michael Papka
12:40 PM-2:00 PM Session 8
Big Data and the Design of Communication Workshop
Facilitators: Brent Faber and Michael Salvo