Members of the NetSci lab were present at the annual conference of the International Network of Social Network Analysis (Sunbelt), which took place from May 21 – May 26 in Hamburg Germany. Matthew Weber and Muge Haseki attended and presented research at the conference, sharing findings from recent research examining organizational utilization of social media tools. Muge Haseki gave a talk titled “How Did you Do that? Adaptation to New Information Communication Technology in Organizations through Advice Networks,” based on research conducted with Matthew Weber. And Matthew Weber gave a talk titled, “Utilizing Archival Internet Data to Understand the Growth of Organizational Networks.” Both presentations are available under the presentations header, and feel free to contact either author for more information.
- News Transformation
- The Emergence of Resource Networks in Response to Disasters
- Hurricane Katrina and Organizational Social Networks
- BCC-SBE Collaborative Research: Using Archival Resources to Conduct Data-Intensive Internet Research
- Followers Are Not Enough: Beyond Structural Communities in Online Social Networks