I'm going to NSF

This fall I started a at the US as a program officer for the in the

Tutorial introduction to content analysis

Here are the slides for the tutorial I gave on content analysis for the PI meeting for the NSF Socio-computational Systems (SoCS) program.

Yeliz Eseryel's thesis wins an Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award

Our recent graduate, Yeliz Eseryel, just learned that her thesis, "Leadership Behaviors and Perception in Self-Managing Virtual Teams”, was chosen by the Editors of the Leadership & Organization Development Journal as joint winner of the 2010 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the Leadership and Organization Development category. Congratulations, Yeliz!

Special issue on FLOSS published in JAIS (Journal of the Association for Information Systems)

I co-edited (with Michael Wade) a special issue on Empirical Research on Free/Libre Open Source Software for JAIS, Journal of the Association for Information Systems. The special issue has appeared (2 issues, in fact, with a final paper to come in January). We were able to convince the publisher that they should make these issues open, so they are free to everyone.

Social network analysis workshop

I'll be teaching an introductory workshop on social network analysis, 7-9 April 2010, at University of Mysore International School of Information Management. More details can be found on their website:


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