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Stanford Lecture: 5th Annual Rebele Symposium

The fifth annual Rebele Symposium was held Apr 10, 2014 and featured Gina Neff, C. W. Anderson and Christine Larson. The moderator was James Hamilton. As media models evolve, how do journalists and other creative workers retain their authority, professional identity and jobs? How is the power of the press altered by emerging technologies and work styles? How do all these forces shape the ways we see the world?

HealthFoo Ignite Talk: Let’s Flip the Chart

This ignite talk was prepared for HealthFoo 2013 in San Francisco, California, and is about the great variety of ways that “data” can be interpreted by the different participants in modern health care.

Cornell: Information at Work – Heuristics for Failing Technologies

Dr. Gina Neff gives a Colloquium Talk at Cornell University’s School of Information Science in November 2013 on Vimeo.  This talk is about the nature of technological failure, especially in the workplaces where software solutions have been introduced to help overcome differences in organizational culture.

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