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Dr

Michael Marcinkowski

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Personal statement

I'm a post-doctoral research assistant at Bath Spa University, working on an AHRC-funded project studying ambient literature. I'm interested in HCI design and socio-technical systems. I focus on the implications of big data and pervasive computing, with an emphasis on the epistemic conditions of contemporary knowledge production and communication. I work in areas such as critical information studies, philosophy of science, and design studies.

Academic qualifications

  • BA(Hons) The University of Michigan, Residential College
  • PhD The Pennslyvania State State University, College of Information Sciences and Technology.

Research and academic outputs

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Who is the big data student?
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Fonseca, F and Marcinkowski, M (2014) 'Who is the big data student?' In: Lane, J.E and Zimpher, N.L, eds. Building a smarter university: big data, innovation, and analytics. SUNY Press, Albany, pp. 121-142. ISBN 9781438454535


Social informatics of data norms
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McCoy, C, Marcinkowski, M, Sawyer, S, Sanfilippo, M.R, Meyer, E.T and Rosenbaum, H (2016) 'Social informatics of data norms.' Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 53 (1). pp. 1-4. ISSN 2373-9231


Temporal prediction of dropouts in MOOCs: reaching the low hanging fruit through stacking generalization
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Xing, W, Chen, X, Stein, J and Marcinkowski, M (2016) 'Temporal prediction of dropouts in MOOCs: reaching the low hanging fruit through stacking generalization.' Computers in Human Behavior, 58. pp. 119-129. ISSN 0747-5632


The conditions of peak empiricism in big data and interaction design
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Marcinkowski, M and Fonseca, F (2015) 'The conditions of peak empiricism in big data and interaction design.' Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67 (6). pp. 1279-1288. ISSN 2330-1643


Data, ideology, and the developing critical program of social informatics
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Marcinkowski, M (2015) 'Data, ideology, and the developing critical program of social informatics.' Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67 (5). pp. 1266-1275. ISSN 2330-1643


Understanding concepts and values for the future of online education through the practice of design
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Marcinkowski, M and Fonseca, F (2015) 'Understanding concepts and values for the future of online education through the practice of design.' iConference 2015 Proceedings.


Judging technology, judging intent: the doubling of need in design
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Marcinkowski, M and Fonseca, F (2014) 'Judging technology, judging intent: the doubling of need in design.' iConference 2014 Proceedings. pp. 270-280.


Beyond information ethics - knowledge and care as new values in design
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Marcinkowski, M and Fonseca, F (2013) 'Beyond information ethics - knowledge and care as new values in design.' Ciência da Informação, 42 (2). pp. 185-198. ISSN 1518-8353


Educational dialogue and technological utterances: a phenomenological approach to developing a theory of evocative design practice
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Marcinkowski, M (2013) 'Educational dialogue and technological utterances: a phenomenological approach to developing a theory of evocative design practice.' iConference 2013 Proceedings. pp. 531-535.


Ambient literature and the beginning of a ubiquitous everything
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Marcinkowski, M (2016) Ambient literature and the beginning of a ubiquitous everything. In: The End of the Book, 18 November 2016, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.


In & of: unstructured planning / ambient literature
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Marcinkowski, M (2016) In & of: unstructured planning / ambient literature. In: What is Ambient Literature?, 14 November 2016, University of Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Literature and Culture, Birmingham, UK.


Has (big) data already won?
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Fonseca, F and Marcinkowski, M (2016) Has (big) data already won? In: International Symposium on Science of Science, 22 - 23 March 2016, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, USA.


Collaborative assessment tool: a data-centric approach
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Xing, W, Marcinkowski, M and Goggins, S (2015) Collaborative assessment tool: a data-centric approach. In: AERA Annual Meeting: Toward Justice - Culture, Language, and Heritage in Education Research and Praxis, 16 - 20 April 2015, Marriott Downtown, Chicago, IL, USA.


Simplifying complexity for assessment automation in computer-supported collaborative learning
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Xing, W, Marcinkowski, M and Goggins, S (2015) Simplifying complexity for assessment automation in computer-supported collaborative learning. In: AERA Annual Meeting: Toward Justice - Culture, Language, and Heritage in Education Research and Praxis, 16 - 20 April 2015, Marriott Downtown, Chicago, IL, USA.


Design, data, and dialogue in online education: understanding and improving the uses of data in education design
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Marcinkowski, M (2014) Design, data, and dialogue in online education: understanding and improving the uses of data in education design. In: 2nd Annual COIL Research Symposium, 16 October 2014, Paterno Library, Penn State University, PA, USA.


Understanding the transformative use of learning analytic data in online education design
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Marcinkowski, M (2014) Understanding the transformative use of learning analytic data in online education design. In: The 4th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge 2014: Intersection of Learning Analytics Research, Theory and Practice, 26 - 28 March 2014, The Westin, Indianapolis, IN, USA.


The impact of navigability on flow-like experiences and user enjoyment of online art exhibitions
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Zhang, B, Marcinkowski, M and Choi, Y (2013) The impact of navigability on flow-like experiences and user enjoyment of online art exhibitions. In: AEJMC Annual Conference, 8 - 11 August 2013, Renaissance Washington Hotel, Washington, DC, USA.


Data, dialogue, and the intelligibility of socio-material design
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Marcinkowski, M (2013) Data, dialogue, and the intelligibility of socio-material design. In: Data, Data, Data: The HCIC 2013 Workshop, 23 - 27 June 2013, Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, CA, USA.


The impact of navigability on flow-like experiences and user enjoyment of online art exhibitions
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Marcinkowski, M, Zhang, B and Choi, Y (2012) The impact of navigability on flow-like experiences and user enjoyment of online art exhibitions. In: The Pennsylvania State University 2012 Graduate Research Exhibition, 25 March 2012, Pennsylvania State University, PA, USA.


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