Difference between revisions of "Human Centered Data Science (Fall 2019)/Schedule"

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* Wang, Tricia. ''[https://medium.com/ethnography-matters/why-big-data-needs-thick-data-b4b3e75e3d7 Why Big Data Needs Thick Data]''. Ethnography Matters, 2016.
 
* Wang, Tricia. ''[https://medium.com/ethnography-matters/why-big-data-needs-thick-data-b4b3e75e3d7 Why Big Data Needs Thick Data]''. Ethnography Matters, 2016.
* Shilad Sen, Margaret E. Giesel, Rebecca Gold, Benjamin Hillmann, Matt Lesicko, Samuel Naden, Jesse Russell, Zixiao (Ken) Wang, and Brent Hecht. 2015. ''[http://www-users.cs.umn.edu/~bhecht/publications/goldstandards_CSCW2015.pdf Turkers, Scholars, "Arafat" and "Peace": Cultural Communities and Algorithmic Gold Standards]''. In Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW '15)
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* Ford, D., Smith, J., Guo, P. J., & Parnin, C. (2016). ''[http://denaeford.me/papers/stack-overflow-barriers-FSE-2016.pdf Paradise unplugged: Identifying barriers for female participation on stack overflow]''. Proceedings of the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering, 13-18-Nove, 846–857. https://doi.org/10.1145/2950290.2950331
  
 
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* Olteanu, A., Castillo, C., Diaz, F., & Kiciman, E. (2016). ''[http://kiciman.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/SSRN-id2886526.pdf Social data: Biases, methodological pitfalls, and ethical boundaries].
 
* Brian N Larson. 2017. ''[http://www.ethicsinnlp.org/workshop/pdf/EthNLP04.pdf Gender as a Variable in Natural-Language Processing: Ethical Considerations]. EthNLP, 3: 30–40.
 
 
* Bender, E. M., & Friedman, B. (2018). [https://openreview.net/forum?id=By4oPeX9f Data Statements for NLP: Toward Mitigating System Bias and Enabling Better Science]. To appear in Transactions of the ACL.
 
* Bender, E. M., & Friedman, B. (2018). [https://openreview.net/forum?id=By4oPeX9f Data Statements for NLP: Toward Mitigating System Bias and Enabling Better Science]. To appear in Transactions of the ACL.
* Isaac L. Johnson, Yilun Lin, Toby Jia-Jun Li, Andrew Hall, Aaron Halfaker, Johannes Schöning, and Brent Hecht. 2016. ''[http://delivery.acm.org/10.1145/2860000/2858123/p13-johnson.pdf?ip=209.166.92.236&id=2858123&acc=CHORUS&key=4D4702B0C3E38B35%2E4D4702B0C3E38B35%2E4D4702B0C3E38B35%2E6D218144511F3437&__acm__=1539880715_eb477907771cea4ecaabc953094c3080 Not at Home on the Range: Peer Production and the Urban/Rural Divide].'' CHI '16. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858123
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* Gebru, T., Morgenstern, J., Vecchione, B., Vaughan, J. W., Wallach, H., Daumeé III, H., & Crawford, K. (2018). [https://www.fatml.org/media/documents/datasheets_for_datasets.pdf Datasheets for datasets]. arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.09010.
* Leo Graiden Stewart, Ahmer Arif, A. Conrad Nied, Emma S. Spiro, and Kate Starbird. 2017. ''[https://faculty.washington.edu/kstarbi/Stewart_Starbird_Drawing_the_Lines_of_Contention-final.pdf Drawing the Lines of Contention: Networked Frame Contests Within #BlackLivesMatter Discourse].'' Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. 1, CSCW, Article 96 (December 2017), 23 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3134920
 
* Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Robert West, Dan Jurafsky, Jure Leskovec, and Christopher Potts. 2013. ''[https://web.stanford.edu/~jurafsky/pubs/linguistic_change_lifecycle.pdf No country for old members: user lifecycle and linguistic change in online communities].'' In Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on World Wide Web (WWW '13). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 307-318. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2488388.2488416 
 
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Revision as of 23:10, 15 September 2019

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Week 1: September 26

Day 1 plan

Introduction to Human Centered Data Science
What is data science? What is human centered? What is human centered data science?
Assignments due
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 1 plan

Homework assigned
  • Read and reflect on both:
Resources




Week 2: October 3

Day 2 plan


Reproducibility and Accountability
data curation, preservation, documentation, and archiving; best practices for open scientific research
Assignments due
  • Week 1 reading reflection
  • A1: Data curation
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 2 plan

Homework assigned
Resources





Week 3: October 10

Day 3 plan

Interrogating datasets
causes and consequences of bias in data; best practices for selecting, describing, and implementing training data
Assignments due
  • Week 2 reading reflection
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 3 plan

Readings assigned (Read both, reflect on one)
Homework assigned
  • Reading reflection
Resources




Week 4: October 17

Day 4 plan


Introduction to mixed-methods research
Big data vs thick data; integrating qualitative research methods into data science practice; crowdsourcing
Assignments due
  • Week 3 reading reflection
  • A2: Bias in data
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 4 plan

Homework assigned
Qualitative research methods resources
Wikipedia gender gap research resources
Crowdwork research resources




Week 5: October 24

Day 5 plan

Research ethics for big data
privacy, informed consent and user treatment
Assignments due
  • Week 4 reading reflection
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 5 plan

Homework assigned
  • Read and reflect: Mary Gray, Ghost Work FIXME
  • Final project proposal FIXME
Resources




Week 6: October 31

Day 6 plan

Data science and society
power, data, and society; ethics of crowdwork
Assignments due
  • Reading reflection
  • A3: Crowdwork ethnography
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 7 plan

Homework assigned
  • Read both, reflect on one:
Resources




Week 7: November 7

Day 7 plan

Human centered machine learning
algorithmic fairness, transparency, and accountability; methods and contexts for algorithmic audits
Assignments due
  • Reading reflection
  • A4: Project proposal
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 6 plan

Homework assigned
  • Read and reflect: TBD
  • A5: Final project plan
Resources




Week 8: November 14

Day 8 plan

User experience and data science
algorithmic interpretibility; human-centered methods for designing and evaluating algorithmic systems
Assignments due
  • Reading reflection
  • A5: Final project plan
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 8 plan

Homework assigned
  • Reading and reflect: TBD (data science ethics survey paper)
  • A6: Final project presentation
Resources




Week 9: November 21

Day 9 plan

Data science in organizations
TBD
Assignments due
  • Reading reflection
Agenda

HCDS (Fall 2019)/Day 9 plan

Homework assigned
  • Read and reflect: TBD
  • A6: Final project presentation
  • A7: Final project report
Resources




Week 10: November 28 (No Class Session)

Assignments due
  • Reading reflection
Readings assigned
  • NONE
Homework assigned
  • NONE
Resources




Week 11: December 5

Final presentations
presentation of student projects, course wrap up
Assignments due
  • Reading reflection
  • A5: Final presentation
Readings assigned
  • NONE
Homework assigned
  • NONE
Resources
  • NONE




Week 12: Finals Week (No Class Session)

  • NO CLASS
  • A7: FINAL PROJECT REPORT DUE BY 5:00PM on Tuesday, December 10 via Canvas
  • LATE PROJECT SUBMISSIONS NOT ACCEPTED.