Informatics Undergraduate Director
Myles Brand Hall 225
Office hours: By appointment
- Ph.D. in Informatics at Indiana University, 2015
Courses Taught at Luddy
- I202 Introduction to Social Informatics
- I310 Media, Arts and Technology
- I453 Computer and Information Ethics
Jennifer graduated from the Social Informatics program within the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University in the summer of 2015.
Her dissertation, titled "Constructing Rooms of Requirement: The Ethnographic Study of Digitally Transmediated Sociality" examines the use of digital media in the social construction of Harry Potter fans.
Jennifer's research interests include participatory culture, mediated social movements, and digitally mediated sociality.
- Teaching and Learning
- Social Informatics
- Ethics and Values in Digital Society
- Animal Informatics
- Animal Computer Interaction
- Computing, Culture, and Society
- Theme Park Technologies
- Sociotechnical Imaginaries
- Embodied and Transmediated Storytelling