PhD student perspectives on value sensitive design

Nick Logler, Naomi Jacobs, Anna Melnyk, Adam Poulsen, Molly B. Raleigh, Till Winkler, Alan Borning

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Abstract

This panel will explore doctoral student perspectives on Value Sensitive Design (VSD). VSD has already played a central role in a number of completed dissertations (eg, Davis 2006, Deibel 2011, Nathan 2009, Van Wynsberghe 2012, Yoo 2018), and we expect to see additional such dissertations in the future. Further, PhD students and early career scholars have played a significant role in developing value sensitive design (Davis & Nathan 2015). In this panel, the participants will reflect on their own experiences, views, and problems in doing research (dissertation or otherwise) in which VSD plays a critical role, as well as encouraging questions and comments from the audience (in particular other PhD students so engaged).
Original languageEnglish
Pages207-210
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2020
EventETHICOMP: 18th International Conference on the Ethical and Social Impacts of ICT - Online, Logrono, Spain
Duration: 15 Jun 202006 Jul 2020
https://www.unirioja.es/ethicomp/2020/
https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/libro?codigo=769585 (conference book series - Societal Challenges in the Smart Society)
https://www.unirioja.es/ethicomp/2020/assets/files/ETHICOMP%202020%20program.pdf (conference program)
https://www.unirioja.es/ethicomp/2020/assets/files/978-84-09-20272-0%20(PROCCEDINGS).pdf (Conference proceedings)

Conference

ConferenceETHICOMP: 18th International Conference on the Ethical and Social Impacts of ICT
Abbreviated titleParadigm Shifts in ICT Ethics: Societal Challenges in the Smart Society
CountrySpain
CityLogrono
Period15/06/2006/07/20
OtherThe ETHICOMP series of conferences fosters an international community of scholars and technologists, including computer professionals and business professionals from industry. Since 1995, conferences have been scheduled across Europe and Asia, with our main events coming approximately every 18 months. ETHICOMP considers computer ethics, conceived broadly, to include philosophical, professional, and practical aspects of the field.
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