Todd Suomela is a digital pedagogy specialist at Bucknell University. Before moving to Bucknell he worked as a CLIR/DLF Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation for the Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Alberta. The position is part of the Council on Library and Information Resources / Digital Library Federation postdoctoral fellowship program.
I finished my Ph.D. in May 2014 at the College of Communication and Information Science at the University of Tennessee. I was part of the Sciencelinks2 grant program and unsurprisingly my interests are in science information and communication. In particular the interaction between experts and non-experts.
PhD in Communication and Information Science, 2014
University of Tennessee
MSI in Information Science, 2007
University of Michigan
BA in philosophy and English, 1994
I’m interested in the communication processes within citizen science projects and their framing in the larger world of scientific research.
I’m interested in all the ways data intersects with the research process across disciplines and institutions.
This article examines key ethical issues that are continuing to emerge from the task of archiving data scraped from online sources such …