+ Daniel Carter

Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles and Conference Proceedings

(2017) T. Clement and D. Carter. Connecting Theory and Practice in Digital Humanities Information Work. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(6), 1385–1396.

(2017) M. Feinberg, D. Carter, J. Bullard and A. Gursoy. Translating Texture: Design as Integration. Proceedings of the ACM Conference in Designing Interactive Systems 2017.

(2017) R. Olliverre, L. Younge, D. Robles, D. Guerrero, M. Adam, & D. Carter. Labor in the Gig Economy: Opportunities for Information Studies. In iConference 2017 Proceedings.

(2016) D. Carter. Hustle and Brand: The Sociotechnical Shaping of Influence. Social Media + Society, 2(3), 1-12.

(2016) D. Carter. Infrastructure and the Experience of Documents. Journal of Documentation 72(1), 65-80.

(2016) D. Carter and D. Sholler. Data science on the ground: Hype, criticism, and everyday work. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(10), 2309–2319.

(2015) D. Carter. Encoding and Representing Repetition in Lyn Hejinian’s My Life. Scholarly Editing 36.

(2015) D. Carter. Conceptions of Work and the Materiality of the Classroom. iConference 2015 Proceedings.

(2014) D. Carter. Encouraging Ambiguous Experience: Guides for Personal Meaning Making. Extended Abstracts of the ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2014.

(2014) M. Feinberg, D. Carter, and J. Bullard. A story without end: writing the residual into databases. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2014.

(2014) M. Feinberg, D. Carter, and J. Bullard. Always somewhere, never there: using critical design to understand database interactions. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2014. Best paper honorable mention award.

(2014) D. Carter. A Design Methodology for Exploring and Communicating System Values and Assumptions. Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 7.

(2013) M. Feinberg, J. Bullard, and D. Carter. Using design experiments to investigate conceptual issues in knowledge organization: an ongoing study. Information Research 18(3).

Book Chapters

T. Clement and D. Carter. Information. In R. F. Davis, M. K. Gold, K. D. Harris, & J. Sayers (Eds.), Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments. MLA Commons. Forthcoming.

(2017) J. Meyr, D. Carter and S. Vie. Occupy Rhetoric: Responding to Charges of “Slacktivism” With Digital Activism Successes. In M. Adria & Y. Mao (Eds.), Citizen Engagement and Public Participation in the Era of New Media. IGI Global.