April 15, 2021
The importance of sharing data, and other research products, is not unique to quantitative studies. That said, there are some special considerations for sharing qualitative data and relating them to quantitative ones. Therefore, we will be talking about the present and future of “open data+more,” especially with respect to qualitative and mixed-method studies. As always, the Town Hall is a forum for learning, asking tough questions, and figuring out the path ahead at the Andrew Young School.
March 12, 2021
Bridging Network Science & Space-Time Visualization to Study Crime & Support Police-Community Relations
Marie Ouellet, associate professor of criminal justice & criminology and Benjamin Shapiro, assistant professor of learning services in the college of education and human development, will present on their collaborative research project. This project integrates recent advances from two strains of inquiry — space-time visualization techniques and network science — to advance the study of crime and support police-community relations in urban cities.
February 26, 2021
Town Hall on Open Data + More with Lars Vilhuber
Lars Vilhuber, Data Editor at the American Economic Association and Executive Director of Cornell University’s Labor Dynamics Institute, will join us for a discussion of open data sharing within research and how open access benefits researchers.
The Future of Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and the Role of Higher Education
Paul Root Wolpe, Director of the Center of Ethics at Emory University, spoke to Dean Sally Wallace and Likoebe Maruping, professor in the Robinson College of Business, about the ethical implications of implementing artificial intelligence in higher education settings.
AYS Open Access Policy Town Hall with Peter Suber
Peter Suber, of Harvard University, joins AYS Open lead Scott Jacques to discuss the proposed AYS Open Access Policy and take questions from faculty and staff.
The Future is Open Workshop
During this workshop, Scott Jacques provided an update on AYS Open and Jeff Gallant, Program Director of USG’s Affordable Learning Georgia will spoke about trends and topics in the space.