Ethics, Values and Information (EVI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Eschenfelder, Kristin R. 2017. “Organizational Resilience in Data Archives: Three Case Studies in Social Science Data Archives.”

Eschenfelder, Kristin R, Kalpana Shankar, Rachel D Williams, Dorothea Salo, Mei Zhang, and Allison Langham. 2018. “A Nine Dimensional Framework for Digital Cultural Heritage Organizational Sustainability: A Content Analysis of the LIS Literature (2000–2015).” Online Information Review.

Eve, Martin Paul, Jonathan Gray, Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou, Charlotte Roh, Harrison W Inefuku, Emily Drabinski, Reggie Raju, et al. 2020. “15 Is There a Text in These Data? The Digital Humanities and Preserving the Evidence.”

Fernández Molina, Juan Carlos, Kristin R Eschenfelder, Alan P Rubel, and others. 2021. “Comparing Use Terms in Spanish and US Research University e-Journal Licenses: Recent Trends.”

Jones, Kyle ML, Andrew Asher, Abigail Goben, Michael R Perry, Dorothea Salo, Kristin A Briney, and M Brooke Robertshaw. 2020. ‘We’re Being Tracked at All Times’: Student Perspectives of Their Privacy in Relation to Learning Analytics in Higher Education.” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 71 (9): 1044–59.

Jones, Kyle ML, Kristin A Briney, Abigail Goben, Dorothea Salo, Andrew Asher, and Michael R Perry. 2020. “A Comprehensive Primer to Library Learning Analytics Practices, Initiatives, and Privacy Issues.” Jones, KML, Briney, KA, Goben, A., Salo, D., Asher, A., & Perry, MR, a Comprehensive Primer to Library Learning Analytics Practices, Initiatives, and Privacy Issues. College & Research Libraries 81 (3): 570–91.

Jones, Kyle ML, and Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe. 2020. “New Methods, New Needs: Preparing Academic Library Practitioners to Address Ethical Issues Associated with Learning Analytics.” In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE)(2020 Forthcoming).

Jones, Kyle ML, Alan Rubel, and Ellen LeClere. 2020. “A Matter of Trust: Higher Education Institutions as Information Fiduciaries in an Age of Educational Data Mining and Learning Analytics.” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 71 (10): 1227–41.

Jones, Kyle ML, and Dorothea Salo. 2017. “Learning Analytics and the Academic Library: Professional Ethics Commitments at a Crossroads.” College & Research Libraries, Forthcoming.

Jones, Kyle, Amy VanScoy, Kawanna Bright, and Alison Harding. 2021. “Do They Even Care? Measuring Instructor Value of Student Privacy in the Context of Learning Analytics.”

Knowles, Mariah A. 2021a. “Five Motivating Concerns for AI Ethics Instruction.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 58 (1): 472–76.

———. 2021b. “Telling Stories of Transitions: A Demonstration of Nonlinear Epistemic Network Analysis.” In International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography, 114–28. Springer.

Rubel, Alan, Clinton Castro, and Adam Pham. 2019. “Agency Laundering and Information Technologies.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 22 (4): 1017–41.

———. 2020. “Algorithms, Agency, and Respect for Persons.” Social Theory and Practice.

———. 2021. Algorithms and Autonomy: The Ethics of Automated Decision Systems. Cambridge University Press.

Rubel, Alan, and Kyle ML Jones. 2020. “The Temptation of Data-Enabled Surveillance.” Communications of the ACM 63 (4): 22–24.

Shankar, Kalpana, and Kristin R Eschenfelder. 2015. “Sustaining Data Archives over Time: Lessons from the Organizational Studies Literature.” New Review of Information Networking 20 (1-2): 248–54.

Zhang, Mei. 2020. “Rational Actions or Institutional Actions: A Study on the Rationality in Academic Librarians’ Decision-Making Processes When Purchasing e-Book Products.” Library & Information Science Research 42 (2): 101018.

———. 2022. “University Press Selection of e-Book Vendors for US Academic Libraries: Why Work with x but Not y?” Learned Publishing.

Zhang, Mei, and Xiaofei Wei. 2021. “What Can ‘Marriage Announcements’ Tell Us? A Content Analysis of News Articles on Library-Press Collaboration.” College & Research Libraries 82 (7): 959.