Events Day – Sunday 27 May 2018

On 27 May 2018 the ACM Web Science 2018 Conference will host various events. These will take place at:
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, BelleVUe building, De Boelelaan 1091, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The following events will be organized, as parallel sessions.

WebSci’18 Interdisciplinary PhD Symposium
Pete Burnap, Leslie Carr, Mark Weal, Ivar Vermeulen

Evolution of the Darknet.
Gert Jan van Hardeveld.

Linked Learning 2018: 7th International Workshop on Learning and Education with Web Data (#LILE2018).
Stefan Dietze, Mathieu D’Aquin, Dragan Gasevic and Joachim Kimmerle.

The Web and the Digital Divide: 5th International Symposium “Perspectives on ICT4D” (#ICT4D2018).
Anna Bon, Victor de Boer, Christophe Guéret, Gayo Diallo and Jaap Gordijn.

Ethics and Privacy for Social Machines, Social Groups and Aggregations.
Kieron O’Hara, Reuben Binns, Claudia Pagliari, Anni Rowland-Campbell, Linnet Taylor, Thanassis Tiropanis, Max Van Kleek, Jun Zhao, Nigel Shadbolt and Wendy Hall.

Confronting Ethical Challenges in Web Science Research
Michael Zimmer, Charles Ess and Anja Bechmann.

When Digital Sociology met Web Science: toward an understanding of how did we get here and where are we going through the political economy of digital technology.
Christopher Till, Cristina Costa, Huw Davies and Michael Saker.

1st International Workshop on Online Information Quality.
Davide Ceolin, Lora Aroyo, Urs Gasser, Paolo Missier and Julia Noordegraaf.

What can be known from the web? Source criticism beyond bots, agents and trolls in social and cultural web research.
Gertraud Koch.

Integrating Web Science in Higher Education
Su White, Manuel Leon and Adriana Wilde.