Conference Papers, Posters, and Presentations


Conference Papers

Massive Data, Individual Learners: Challenges for Developing Holistic Views of MOOC Participants
Presented at the 2016 Learning with MOOCS III Conference
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
October 6-7, 2016

Where Have All the Dropouts Gone?
Presented at the 4th annual Coursera Partners Conference
The Hague, Netherlands
March 20-22, 2016
Presenter: Maryalice Wu
Co-authors: Dawn Owens, Paige Cunningham, Rashid Robinson, Kit Santa Ana, and Sara Shrader

Learning from PLATO: Lessons in Online Community Building
Presented at the 2015 History of Education Society Annual Meeting
Saint Louis, Missouri
November 5-8, 2015

New User Patterns, New Research Parameters: Implications for Learning Analytics in an ‘On-Demand’ MOOC Environment
Presented at the 2015 Learning with MOOCS II Conference
New York, New York
October 2-3, 2015
Presenter: Maryalice Wu
Co-Authors: Paige Cunningham, Dawn Owens-Nicholson, Rashid Robinson, and Sara Shrader

Supporting the Nail: The Role of a Shojo Manga in Promoting Independence and Self Worth 
Presented at the 2007 Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Annual Conference
Co-Winner of the Diana Cox Award for Images of Women
Albuquerque, New Mexico
February 14-17, 2007


Posters

Massive Data, Individual Learners: Challenges for Developing Holistic Views of MOOC Participants
Presented at the 2016 iSchool Research Showcase
Champaign, Illinois
Upcoming: October 24, 2016

Managing MOOCs: Exploring Stakeholder Relationships in Massive Open Online Courses
Presented at the Education Across Collegiate Borders: Developing New Perspectives forum
Champaign, Illinois
April 2, 2016

Bridging the Distance: Using Web 2.0 Tools to Make Online Education More Social
Presented at the 2015 Social Media and Society International Conference
Toronto, Ontario
July 27-29, 2015

MediVine: Medical Training in the Age of Information
Presented at the quarterly GSLIS Corporate Roundtable meeting
Champaign, Illinois
April 15, 2015
Co-presenters: Jacob Rosenthal and Matthew Macomber

Toshokan: The History and Development of Libraries and Librarianship in Japan
Presented at the 2012 eChicago Conference
Chicago, Illinois
April 20-21, 2012


Presentations

MediVine: An Exploration into Mutually Beneficial Systems and User-generated Material
Presented at the GSLIS Master’s Student Showcase
Champaign, Illinois
August 9, 2014
Co-presenters: Jacob Rosenthal and Matthew Macomber

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