News: Faculty & Staff

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NPR News: Crypto and Retirement Form a Controversial Combination (feat. M. R. Sauter)

September 22, 2022 | Emily Davidson
Tensions rise between government regulators and pension fund managers over the prudence of crypto investments.
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NBC NEWS: A Viral Social Media Post Raises Concerns for Data Security (feat. Jen Golbeck)

September 22, 2022 | Emily Davidson
Dr. Golbeck advises people to be skeptical of the data their devices request.
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Lifewire: Are Free Apps Worth the Risks to Your Data? (feat. Jessica Vitak)

September 22, 2022 | Emily Davidson
Google Play Store reveals how users’ data is shared, but many may choose to value tech over privacy.
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The Conversation: How the Taliban’s New Regime Compares to the Last (feat. Cody Buntain)

September 22, 2022 | Emily Davidson
Research by Dr. Buntain reveals changes in the Taliban’s oppressive tactics against women.
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MD Today: How AI Could Help Writers Spot Stereotypes (feat. Niklas Elmqvist)

September 19, 2022 | Melissa Brachfeld | MD Today
Tool to Identify Social Biases in Creative Writing Ultimately Leaves Artists in Control
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Insight on Digital Curation for the Information Professional Certificate Program (DCIP)

September 19, 2022 | Camille Rogers
A review of four capstone projects that utilized the skills acquired from the DCIP certificate program
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Dr. Galina Reitz Develops iTAP a Collaborative Project Providing Technology Support to the Senior Community

September 19, 2022 | Camille Rogers
Local stakeholders and engaged knowledgeable students are eager to teach, support, train and help with basic computer skills.
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Dr. Cody Buntain Appears on Voice of America to Discuss the Taliban’s Use of Twitter

August 18, 2022 | Mia K. Hinckle
Research showing how the Taliban leveraged Twitter, and Twitter’s limited management of this, was shared with Voices of America’s global audi …
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Info College Faculty and Alumna Publish New Book on Information Literacy and Disinformation

August 5, 2022 | Hayleigh Moore
Dr. Paul T. Jaeger co-authored "Foundations of Information Literacy," the first book to offer frameworks for tackling information literacy and di …