• Elizabeth Buchanan Ph.D.

  • Director of Office of Research Support Services


    • Office of Research Support Services
    • 1000 North Oak Ave. 1R3 Marshfield, WI 54449

Education


2015:
Leadership and Management, Leadership Institute, Menomonie, WI
1999:
Ph.D., Ethics and Information Transfer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
1996:
M.S., Library and Information Science, School of Library and Information Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
1992:
B.A., English and Philosophy, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Work Experience


2016 to 2020:
Visiting Lecturer, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
2014 to 2020:
Acting Director, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, , Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
2011 to 2020:
Endowed Chair in Ethics and Director, Center for Applied Ethics, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
2010 to 2016:
Visiting Lecturer, Upper Austrian University of Applied Sciences, Linz, Austria
2006 to 2010:
Director, Center for Information Policy Research, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2005 to 2010:
Associate Professor with Tenure, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2008 to 2009:
Research Fellow, Oxford e-Research Center, University of Oxford, Oxford, England
1998 to 2008:
Adjunct Instructor, Center for the Study of Bioethics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
2000 to 2005:
Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
1999 to 2000:
Lecturer, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI

Honors & Awards


2018:
Welcomme Trust Grant for Ethics Advisory Board Travel
2015:
Visiting Lecturer, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Poland
2014:
Visiting Fellowship, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India
2009:
Fulbright Award, US Embassy, Belgrade, Serbia
2008:
Research Travel Award, Center for International Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2007:
Oxford Visiting Researcher Fellowship, University of Oxford, National Center for E-Social Science, Oxford, England
2006:
Wisconsin Teaching Scholar. University of Wisconsin System
2004:
International Faculty Travel Award, Center for International Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2001:
Center for Instructional Professional Development Award for Excellence in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
1992:
Graduated with Highest Honors in English and Honors in Philosophy, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Statement


Elizabeth Buchanan, PhD, is both research scientist and Director of the Office of Research Support Services (ORSS) at the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute. She is a distinguished investigator in the fields of internet ethics, social media use, ethics in the Big Data era, human subjects protection, research ethics, and intellectual freedom. She is a five-time primary recipient of National Science Foundation funding, writer and co-author of numerous publications, and invited presenter at venues ranging from local public libraries to international conferences. She currently serves on the Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) board of directors as well as the Open Door Free Clinic in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.

Professional Societies


2011:
Association of Internet Researchers Doctoral Colloquium, Seattle, WA , Colloquium Co-Organizer
2014:
National Science Foundation IRBs and Big Data Workshop, Invited Participant
2010 to 2014:
Journal of Empirical Research for Human Research Ethics , Associate Editor
2018:
PRIM&R Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, Conference Co-Chair
2019:
PRIM&R Annual Conference, Boston, MA, Conference Co-Chair
2016 to 2022:
PRIM&R, Board of Directors

Committees


2000:
National Science Foundation , Proposal Reviewer
2004:
National Science Foundation, Proposal Reviewer
2007 to 2008:
National Science Foundation, Proposal Reviewer
2009:
Association of Internet Researchers: Annual Conference, Conference Co-Chair
2011:
Computer Ethics, Philosophical Enquiry 2011, Conference Co-Chair
2012:
Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) Planning Committee , Member
2005 to 2012:
International Review of Information Ethics, Reviewer
2006 to 2012:
Association of Internet Researchers Ethics Working Group, Chair
2010 to 2012:
National Professional and Research Ethics Center (Ethics Core), University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, Advisory Board Member
2013:
Rights and Scientifics Freedom Committee, American Association for the Advancement of Science Human Member
2013:
Dutch Technology Foundation and the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, Ethics and E-Coaching Grant Program, Invited Reviewer
2010 to 2013:
National Science Foundation, Proposal Reviewer
2015:
PRIM&R. Social Behavioral and Educational Research Conference , Conference Co-Chair
2015:
Conference Planning Committee, PRIM&R Advancing Ethical Research Conference, Boston, MA, Member
2005 to 2015:
International Society of Ethics and Information Technology , Co-Director
2016:
National Science Foundation, Proposal Reviewer
2017:
National Academy of Education. Big Data in Education: Balancing Research Needs and Student Privacy, Invited Steering Committee Member
2014 to 2017:
National Science Foundation Project Fostering New Collaborations in Open Online Community Data Research: Prototyping an Open Collaboration Data Factory (OCDF), Advisory Board Member
2012 to 2018:
American Association for the Advancement of Science Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights , Member
2014 to 2019:
European Union Vox-Pol Project, Ethics Advisory Board Member
2013 to 2020:
Open Door Free Clinic, Chippewa Falls, WI, Board of Directors
2017 to 2020:
Mayo Health System Ethics Board, Member
2018 to 2020:
National Science Foundation, Proposal Reviewer

Presentations


1997:
Ultimate Responsibility: Ethics Questions about Computers in Our Schools, Second Annual Ethics and Technology Conference, Loyola University, Chicago, IL
1997:
Towards a Typology of Access, Wisconsin Library Association (WLA) Annual Meeting
1997:
Changing Paradigms: The Impact of Multimedia Networking on Higher Education, 13th International Conference on Advanced Science and Technology, in conjunction with the 2nd International Conference on Multimedia Information Systems, Motorola University, Schaumburg, IL
1998:
Virtual Exploitation: Technological Appropriation and the Violation of Children. Children, Technology and Culture, Second International Conference on Children and Social Competence, Brunel University, London, UK
1998:
World Wide Web Page Design Considerations, Wisconsin Library Association, Lake Geneva, WI
1998:
Ethics, Libraries, and the Information Profession, Washington County Library System All Staff Day, Woodbury, MN
1999:
Preparing for Successful Prelims and Enjoying Them Too, University of Wisconsin (UW)-Milwaukee School of Education Doctoral Student Conference, Milwaukee, WI
1999:
Innovative Approaches to Designing an Online Program in Clinical Bioethics, Wisconsin Library Services (WILS) 99, Madison, WI
1999:
Bioethics Resources: What's Available and How to Use Them (Even If You're a Luddite), National Satellite Conference, Milwaukee, WI, and The JCAHO and Ethics: Meeting the Standards, Chicago, IL
1999:
Designing and Implementing an Online Certificate Program in Clinical Bioethics: Strategies and Procedures, 15th Annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference, Madison WI
1999:
Developing Courses in Web CT: A Poster Session
1999:
The ‘Girl’ Next Door in Virtual Play Space: Victim, Vixen, or Invisible?, Ethics of Electronic Information, 1999, Memphis, TN
2000:
Exploring the Virtual Field: Qualitative Methodologies in Distance Education, 7th Annual Distance Education Conference, Austin, TX
2000:
Strategies for Success in Distance Education, Wisconsin Association of Academic Libraries Conference, Fond du Lac, WI
2000:
Organizing Ethics in Archives, Museums, and Libraries: Challenges and Strategies for Meeting Ethical Responsibilities, Institute for Legal and Ethical Issues in the New Information Era, Milwaukee, WI
2000:
Ethics and Responsible Technology Use in Schools, Get Wired! Your Technology Makeover for the New Millennium, UW-Milwaukee School of Education, Milwaukee, WI
2000:
Information Literacy and Information Retrieval: Curricular Considerations, Get Wired! Your Technology Makeover for the New Millennium, UW-Milwaukee School of Education, Milwaukee, WI
2000:
Library and Information Services for Distance Education, WLA Pre-Conference
2000:
Web-based and Traditional Instruction: A Systematic Study of Student and Instructor Perceptions from a Graduate MLIS Program, WebNet 2000. San Antonio, TX
2000:
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Undergraduate Distance Education, Teaching Online in Higher Education, Online Conference, Indiana University
2001:
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Undergraduate Hybrid Education, American Association of Higher Education (AAHE), Washington DC, and The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Implications for the Engaged University, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee
2001:
Panelist: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Technology, The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Implications for the Engaged University, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2001:
Distance Education and Institutional Responsibilities, Catholic Library Association. Milwaukee, WI
2001:
Challenges and Models of Online Assessment, Virtual Pedagogy, UW-Oshkosh Continuing Education
2001:
Discovering History While Bridging the Digital Divide: A UW-Milwaukee Community Project, Governor’s Educational Technology Conference, Green Bay, WI
2001:
Responsible Technologies: Legal and Ethical uses of Educational Technologies, Cooperative Educational Service Agencies (CESA) One, Milwaukee, WI
2002:
Internet Research Ethics: Considerations for Institutional Review Boards, Values Inquiry Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
2003:
Teaching and Learning in a Hybrid Course Environment, 7th Annual UW-Stevens Point Teaching Conference: New Directions in Scholarship, Stevens Point, WI
2003:
There’s a Place for Us(e), Ethicomp, Lisbon, Portugal
2003:
Responsible Technologies: Legal and Ethical in Technology Use, Governor’s Wisconsin Educational Technology Conference
2003:
Exploring Student Learning: Framing a SoTL Question, Center for Instructional Professional Development Exploring Student Learning Conference, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2003:
Teaching and Learning Online: A Panel Discussion, Wiscnet Community Online Professional Development Conference, Steven’s Point, WI
2003:
Issues and Challenges in Technology and Ethics, Annual Ethics Day, Gibraltar High School, Egg Harbor, WI
2003:
Distance Education and Institutional Responsibilities, Catholic Library Association Conference. St. Louis, MO
2003:
Supporting Distance Education Students in the Library: What Do We Need to Do?, Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians, Milwaukee, WI
2003:
Ethics and Students in the Information Professions: A Survey of Beliefs and Issues in Information Ethics Coursework, Information Resources Management International Conference, Philadelphia, PA
2003:
It’s Never Too Soon: Responsible Technologies in K-12 Education, Information Resources Management International Conference, Philadelphia, PA
2003:
New Threats to Intellectual Freedom: The Loss of the Information Commons through Law and Technology in the United States, Sixth Annual Ethics and Technology Conference, Boston, MA
2003:
Virtual Research and IRBs, Pre-Conference Workshop, Association of Internet Researchers, 4.0, Toronto, Canada
2003:
Helping Students Learn in an Online Setting, WLA Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI
2003:
Intellectual Freedom and Children, Milwaukee County Federated Library System (MCFLS) Youth Services Committee Meeting
2004:
Challenging Intellectual Freedom: The Impact of the Patriot Act, MCFLIS Adult and Reference Services Committee
2004:
The Impact of Online Mentoring on the Student Experience. Panel Participant. Beyond Anecdotal Evidence – Part I: What Does It Mean To Understand? , Center for Instructional and Professional Development Annual Conference
2004:
Information Ethics in Theory and Practice, WLA Annual Conference, Elkhart Lake, WI
2004:
Institutional Responses to Distance Education, Off Campus Library Services Annual Conference, Carefree, AZ
2004:
Keynote Speech: Internet Research Ethics: An Introduction, Understanding Internet Research Ethics, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO
2004:
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Undergraduate Hybrid Coursework. Office of Professional Instructional Development, Annual Meeting for Wisconsin Teaching Scholars, Madison, WI
2004:
Mentoring and the Online Student Experience, 20th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Madison, WI
2004:
Use ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Challenges to the First Amendment and the Library Response, WLA, Lake Geneva, WI
2005:
Ethical Issues in Web-Based Research, Transdisciplinary Issues in Behavioral Health Research, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2005:
Student Perceptions on MLIS Fieldwork, WLA Annual Conference
2005:
The Saga Continues: Ongoing Challenges to Intellectual Freedom, WLA Annual Conference
2006:
Students as Researchers/Students as Researched, The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) Colloquium on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Madison, WI
2006:
Facilitator: Ethics Round Table, Africa Ethics and Research, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2006:
Internet Research Ethics: A Response to Causist Approaches. Panel Respondent, Association of Internet Researchers, Brisbane, Australia
2006:
Distance Education: Communication, Challenges, and Strategies, CODAC Institute, UW-Milwaukee School of Information Science, Milwaukee, WI
2006:
Keynote Speech: Intellectual Freedom, Wherefore Art Thou?, Southwest Wisconsin Association of Libraries Annual Conference, Fennimore, WI
2006:
Institutional Challenges in Distance Education, Online Program Council, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2007:
Teaching Ethics in LIS, Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference, Seattle, WA
2007:
Intellectual Freedom: A Community Issue, Fond du Lac Library Community Reads Presentation, Fond du Lac, WI
2007:
Keynote Speech: Internet Research Ethics as an Emerging Discipline?, International Conference on e-Social Science, Ann Arbor, MI
2007:
Round Table Organizer and Presenter: Current Issues in Internet Research Ethics, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada
2007:
Panel Moderator: Internet Histories, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada
2007:
Professional Ethics, Social Justice, and the Information Professions, Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI
2007:
Internet Research Ethics and Research Integrity Issues, Research Integrity and Ethics Doctoral Seminar, School of Social Welfare, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2007:
Social Networking, Ethics, and the Public Library, Outagamie Waupaca Library System Staff Development Day, Appleton, WI
2008:
Information Ethics and the Library Profession: Critical Thinking on the Job, Southeastern Wisconsin Information Technology Exchange (SWITCH) Library Consortium Annual Staff Development Day, Milwaukee, WI
2008:
Intellectual Freedom for All: A Poster Session, Wisconsin Association of Academic Libraries, Manitowoc, WI
2008:
Intellectual Freedom Matters in Theory and Practice, Wisconsin Association of Public Libraries, Stevens Point, WI
2008:
Internet Research Ethics and Institutional Review Boards: A Review of the Issues. Human Research Subjects, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
2008:
Keynote Address: Ethics, Social Networking, and the Library, Staff Development Day, UW Colleges Libraries, Sheboygan, WI
2008:
Information Ethics, The Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) Institute, Milwaukee, WI
2008:
Research Ethics and Scientific Misconduct, Doctoral Student Orientation, School of Information Studies, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
2008:
The US Institutional Review Board and Internet Research Ethics, Oxford eResearch Center, Oxford, UK
2008:
Research Ethics 2.0? Examining the Discourse of Internet Research Ethics, National Center for e-Social Science, Manchester, UK
2008:
Put it on Survey Monkey? An Analysis of Online Survey Tools, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
2008:
The US Review of Internet Research Ethics, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
2008:
Panel Moderator: Critical Texts, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
2008:
Session Chair, 4th Annual Asia-Pacific Computing and Philosophy Conference, Bangalore, India, 5-7 December
2008:
Keynote Address: Research Ethics 2.0: The History and Discourse of Internet Research Ethics, 4th Annual Asia-Pacific Computing and Philosophy Conference, Bangalore, India, 5-7 December
2008:
Information Ethics: Past, Present, Future, University of Hagenberg, Austria
2009:
A Bridge to Somewhere: Alternative Perspectives on Reviewing Internet Research and E-Research, I-Society: Research, Education, Engagement Conference, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
2009:
Online Data Collection: The Current State of “Click” Research, ISociety: Research, Education, Engagement Conference. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hlll, NC
2009:
Research Ethics: Trust, Truth, and Reuse in Databanks, International Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL
2009:
Internet Research Ethics: Report from US-Based Institutional Review Boards, Computer Ethics, Philosophical Enquiry Conference. Corfu, Greece
2009:
What Do We Collect: Internet Researchers’ Perspectives, Library of Congress National Strategy: Public Policy on the Web, Invitation Only Policy Summit, Washington, DC
2009:
Research Ethics 2.0, Ethics in Science and Culture: The International Scientific Conference, Belgrade, Serbia
2009:
Moderator: Intellectual Freedom Challenges, Wisconsin Library Association Annual Conference, Appleton, WI
2009:
Transformative Research and Open Access, UW-Milwaukee Open Access Day, Milwaukee, WI
2009:
Internet Studies: State of the Field Panel Participant, Association of Internet Researchers, Milwaukee, WI
2009:
Ethics Listening Session Convener, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI
2009:
Invited Faculty Speaker: Internet Research Ethics and Institutional Review Boards, Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R), Nashville, TN
2010:
Internet Research Ethics and Institutional Review Boards, Invited Faculty, Office for Human Research Protections Community Research Forum, Chicago, IL, and Seattle, WA
2010:
Internet Research Ethics and the IRB Review, City University of New York Annual IRB Forum, New York, NY
2010:
Pre-Conference Workshop Coordinator and Speaker: Internet Research Ethics, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Gottenberg, Sweden
2010:
The Internet Research Ethics Commons Project, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Gottenberg, Sweden
2010:
Invited Faculty Speaker: Internet Research Ethics: Past Present Future, Invited Faculty Speaker, PRIM&R, San Diego, CA
2010:
Invited Faculty Speaker, Pre-Conference Workshop: Internet Research Ethics Regulations and Practices, PRIM&R. San Diego, CA
2011:
Human Subjects, Agents, or Bots: Current Issues in Ethics and Computer Security Research, Workshop on Ethics in Computer Security Research, Financial Cryptography 11, St. Lucia
2011:
Internet Research Ethics, Columbia University, Annual IRB Conference, New York, NY
2011:
Internet Research Part I: Ethical and Regulatory Issues when Using the Internet for Research, PRIM&R SBER Conference
2011:
Internet Research Part II: Ethical and Regulatory Issues when Conducting Research about the Internet, PRIM&R SBER Conference
2011:
Academic Rigor, Integrity, and Plagiarism, Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center Annual Teaching and Learning Research Conference, UW-Stout, Menomonie, WI
2011:
Internet Research Ethics: Core Challenges, New Strategies Workshop, International Association of Computing and Philosophy, Aarhus, Denmark
2011:
Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Recruitment, Collection and Dissemination of Data in Internet Research, Excellence in Clinical Research, Chicago, IL
2011:
Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Recruitment, Collection and Dissemination of Data in Internet Research, New York University, New York, NY
2011:
Data Management Plans: Ethical Considerations, USENIX Computer Security, San Francisco, CA
2011:
Ethical Challenges in Electronically Based Communities, Communication Issues in Community-Engaged Research, Houston, TX
2011:
Ethical Implications of Online Research, Growing Great Research, CAREB East Regional Conference, Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada
2011:
Ethics in Emerging Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling, UW-Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute, Menomonie, WI
2011:
Pre-Conference Workshop: Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave: Ethical, Regulatory, and Technical Aspects in Internet Research, Advancing Ethical Research, PRIM&R, National Harbor, MD
2011:
Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Social Media Use for Pre and Post Enrollment of Clinical Trials, Advancing Ethical Research, PRIM&R, National Harbor, MD
2011:
Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Internet Research, Advancing Ethical Research, PRIM&R, National Harbor, MD
2012:
Social Media, Research, and Ethics: Challenges and Strategies, The Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science Webinar Series, New York, NY
2012:
Internet Research, IRBs, and The Community Challenge, US Department of Energy and USC Semi-Annual IRB Webinar
2012:
Informed Consent and Ethical Internet Research, PRIM&R Webinar
2012:
Ethical Internet Research: Informed Consent Regulations, Realities & Recruitment Duke University Medical System, Raleigh/Durham, NC
2012:
Internet Research: Best Practices, Presented to the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections. Washington, DC
2012:
Informed Consent Regulations, Realities & Recruitment in Internet Research, University of Kentucky and Schulman IRB Annual Conference, Covington, KY
2012:
Professional Ethics and e-Health and Therapy Boundaries: When, Where and How Do We Cross the Electronic Line?, Aurora Medical Center Continuing Education Series. Milwaukee, WI.
2012:
Internet Research Seminar, US Department of Energy, San Diego, CA
2012:
An Update from the Feds: Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections (SACHRP) and Internet Research, PRIM&R Annual Conference, San Diego, CA
2013:
Online Research, Social Media, and the IRB: Assessing Ethics, Norms and Risks, PRIM&R Webinar
2013:
Data Security (Parts 1 and 2): Privacy, Confidentiality, and the IRB, Office for Human Research Protections Community Forum, Oakland, MI
2013:
Ethics and Moral Development in the Digital Age, UW-Stout Early Childhood Education Conference, Menomonie, WI
2013:
Professional Ethics and Architecture, Webinar Presented to the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
2013:
Ethics, Civility and Leadership, American Association for Family and Consumer Sciences Conference, Houston, TX
2013:
Panelist: Research in Computer/Information Ethics: A Gender Gap, Computer Ethics, Philosophical Enquiry Conference. Lisbon, Portugal
2013:
Moderator: From Text to Classroom: A Discussion with, by and for Educators on Ethics, ICT, and Teaching and Learning, Computer Ethics, Philosophical Enquiry Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
2013:
Ethics: What, How and When is it Taught in Computer Science and IT Graduate Programs, Computer Ethics, Philosophical Enquiry Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
2013:
Ethics and ICT Pedagogy: A Reflexive Case Study, Computer Ethics, Philosophical Enquiry Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
2013:
Ethical Informed Consent, Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) Quality Assurance Workshop, Portland, OR
2013:
Vulnerable by Association: Secondary Subjects and Representation through Social Media, Digital Ethics, Ethical Challenges Workshop, Annenberg School of Communication, Philadelphia, PA
2013:
Internet Research, Department of Energy’s Human Subjects Protections Program Annual Meeting, Columbia, MD
2013:
Informed Consent and Internet Research, PRIM&R Annual Meeting, Boston, MA
2013:
I Agree, but to What: Terms of Service and Informed Consent in Internet Research, PRIM&R Annual Meeting, Boston, MA
2014:
Distinguished University Lecture: Preparing Computer Professions for the Ethical Complexities of a Globally Connected World, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India
2014:
Keynote Address: The New Normal: Revisiting Ethical Issues in Internet Research, International Conference on Distributed and Internet Computing, Bhubaneswar, India
2014:
Ethical Challenges and Opportunities in Human Subjects Research Using Mobile and Online Technologies, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, and ABT Research, Cambridge, MA
2014:
Informed Consent: Realities and Possibilities in Internet Research, Office for Human Research Protections, QI Workshop, New Orleans, LA
2014:
Research Ethics Considerations in Internet-Based Research: Recruitment, Consent, and Security, WIRB-Copernicus Group (WCG) Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
2014:
Big Data and the IRB, George Washington University/NSF Workshop on Big Data
2014:
Privacy Considerations and Social Media, US Department of Energy Human Subjects Working Group, Columbia, MD
2014:
Big Data and the IRB, US Department of Energy Human Subjects Working Group, Columbia, MD
2014:
Quality Implications of Patient Social Media Use, Pharmaceutical and Biotech Quality Assurance Conference, Arlington, VA
2014:
Is Facebook Hurting My Trial? , PRIM&R Annual AER Conference, Baltimore, MD
2015:
Where is the “Human Subject?” Exploring the Intersections of the Internet of Identifiability, Big Data, and the Data Subject, Dublin City University Research Ethics Colloquium, Dublin, Ireland
2015:
Keynote Address: Ethics, Quality of Life, and Professional Practice, American Association for Family and Consumer Sciences, Lincoln, NE
2015:
Research Ethics and Trans-Border Data Flows, Office for Human Research Protections International Education Working Group Webinar
2015:
Keynote Address: Living in a Time of (Un)Ethical Algorithms, Information Architecture Summit, Minneapolis, MN
2015:
Hot Topics in Online Survey Research, PRIM&R Webinar
2015:
Social Media Considerations for the IRB, Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Program, Inc. (AAHRPP) Annual Conference, Chicago, IL
2015:
Algorithmic Manipulation and Privacy, National Science Foundation’s Data Intensive Research in Education. Arlington, VA
2015:
Emerging Issues in Internet Research, University of Miami Human Subjects Protections Annual Conference
2015:
Keynote Address: Internet Research: Where Are You Now? , Governor’s State University
2015:
Plenary Address: Living in an Age of (Un)Ethical Algorithms, Digital Research Symposium. University of Turku, Turku, Finland
2015:
Research Ethics, Research Regulations, and How Did I Get Here?, Student Symposium, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Poland
2015:
What Did We Learn from the Facebook Emotional Contagion Study?, PRIM&R Advancing Ethical Research Conference, Boston, MA
2015:
Is Facebook Hurting Your Study?, PRIM&R Advancing Ethical Research Conference, Boston, MA
2016:
Is Facebook Hurting Your Study?, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Annual Research Symposium, Chapel Hill, NC
2016:
New Directions in Internet Research Ethics, Texas A&M University Annual Research Symposium
2016:
Social Media, Participant Recruitment and Behavioral Studies: Craigslist and Beyond, 3 I Conference, Chapel Hill, NC
2016:
Issues for the IRB: Internet Research, AAHRPP Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA
2016:
Methods and Ethics in Dark Spaces, VOX-POL Conference, Dublin, Ireland
2016:
Panel Chair: Trends in Online Research: Core Research Questions, Ethics, and a Move Towards Behavioural Analyses, Vox-Pol Conference, Dublin, Ireland
2016:
Plenary Address: New Directions and Considerations in Internet, Social Media and Big Data Research, CAREB, Toronto, Canada
2016:
As the World Turns: Big Data in Social, Behavioral, Educational Research, Office for Human Subjects Research SBER Working Group Webinar
2016:
Crawling in the Dark: The Ethics of Research on the Dark Web, PRIM&R Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA
2016:
Big Data and IRB Review, PRIM&R Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA
2016:
Pre-Donference Workshop: Critical Topics in SBER, PRIM&R Anaheim, CA
2017:
Social Media, Big Data, and the IRB, Sanford Research. Sioux Falls, SD
2017:
From Human Subjects to Data Subjects, Office of Human Research Protections Community Research Forum, Hackensack, NJ
2017:
Panel Discussion: Disaster Planning: IRB Perspective, 3I, Providence, RI
2017:
Human Subjects Considerations in Big Data, 3I, Providence, RI
2017:
New Rules? What New Rules?, National Council of University Research Administrators Regional Conference, Madison, WI
2017:
Social Media and Health Research, Wellcome Trust Grant Workshop. London, England
2017:
Emerging Technologies in Clinical Trials: Ethical and Regulatory Considerations, AAHRPP Annual Conference, Detroit, MI
2017:
Keynote Address: Social Disruption: Science, Technology, Research, and Paradigmatic Shifts, Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR) Annual Conference, Seattle, WA
2017:
Keynote Address: Ethical Issues Related to Internet-Based Research and Service Delivery, Internet and Audiology, Louisville, KY
2017:
Keynote Address: Human Subjects Considerations in Internet, Social Media, and Big Data Research, National Institute of Standards and Technology Research Day. Bethesda, MD
2017:
What’s Next in Human Subjects Protections, Society of Research Administrators (SRA) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, CA
2017:
Research Ethics in Tech Companies: Similarities, Differences, and What IRBs Need to Know About Research Collaborations, PRIM&R Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX
2017:
Crawling in the Dark: The Ethics of Research Use of Data from the Dark Web, PRIM&R Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX
2018:
Panel Respondent: Is Personal Privacy Dying: A Systems Analysis of the Technological, Political, Social and Ethical Factors Affecting Privacy in the United States, Civil Liberties Symposium, Menomonie, WI
2018:
Keynote Moderator: Debating Religious Liberty and Discrimination, Civil Liberties Symposium, Menomonie, WI
2018:
The Ethics of Internet Research, Workshop on the Ethics of Terrorism Research, Swansea, Wales
2018:
Data Ethics: Social Media, Big Data, and Re/De-Identification Challenges, Department of Energy Central IRB Meeting, Washington, DC
2018:
Social Media and Clinical Trials: Ethical Considerations, NIH/NCI Invited Workshop, Bethesda, MD
2018:
An Update to the Updated Common Rule, National Council of Research Administrators (NCURA), Washington, DC
2018:
Moderator: Social-Behavioral-Educational Research: Hot Topics for IRBs, Wisconsin IRB Workshop, Marshfield, WI
2018:
Researching Violent Extremism, Terrorism, and the Internet: Ethical Issues, Vox-Pol Annual Conference, Amsterdam, NL
2018:
Cambridge Analytica and Beyond, PRIM&R Board Of Directors Headliners Presentation, Boston, MA
2018:
An Update to the Updated Common Rule, SRA, Orlando, FL
2018:
Assessing Plans to Maintain Confidentiality: How IRBs Can Determine Whether Data Security and Management Plans Are Sufficient, PRIM&R Annual Conference, San Diego, CA
2018:
Research with Data and Biospecimens Under the Revised Common Rule: An Overview of Changes and Challenges, PRIM&R Annual Conference, San Diego, CA
2019:
The Revised Common Rule, PRIM&R At Your Doorstep Conference
2019:
Social Media and Subject Recruitment, 3I Annual Conference, Portsmouth, NH
2019:
Ethics, AI, and the IRB, 3I Annual Conference, Portsmouth, NH
2019:
The Regulatory and Ethical Implications of Melding Consumer "Big Data" With Medical "Big Data” , AAHRPP Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA
2019:
Keynote Address: From Human Subjects to Data Subjects, University of Nebraska Medical Center Annual IRB Workshop
2019:
Respondent: Freedom of Association, CSII Constitution Day Conference, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
2019:
Moderator: Privacy and Health Research in a Data-Driven World, Office for Human Research Protections, Bethesda, MD
2019:
Data Mining and Data Security and Review of New Technologies, Midwest IRB Conference, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
2019:
Consent: Key Information, Midwest IRB Conference, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
2019:
Assessing Plans to Maintain Confidentiality: How IRBs Determine Whether Data Security and Management Plans Are Sufficient, PRIM&R Annual Conference, Boston, MA
2019:
The Regulatory and Ethical Implications of Melding Consumer "Big Data" With Medical "Big Data”, PRIM&R Annual Conference, Boston, MA
2019:
Data-Driven Research, PRIM&R Preconference Program, Boston, MA