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Alicia Takaoka currently works at the Department of Computer Science (IDI) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Alicia has earned a doctorate from the Communication and Information Sciences program, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Alicia does research in informatics, feminist data science, and digital humanities.
January 2015 - present
- Create syllabus and schedule; grade fairly; select textbooks and reading materials; ensure students who pass the course meet specific student learning outcomes; create projects and assignments that successfully measure students’ ability to apply concepts of importance; create action-learning in small groups, teams, and on an individual basis; engage students; apply the flipped classroom model of learning; create an environment in which students explore knowledge via discourse; provide guidance a
August 2012 - May 2021
Vaccine hesitancy and speculation are persistent throughout the history of health care. This study employs situated awareness to evaluated the impact information has on decision-making. A set of frequently circulated documents called Vaccine Guide presents information from vaccine inserts, court cases, and other documents. This Guide is widely circ...
Using data science, science of science, and network analysis to evaluate the reach and scope of retracted COVID-19 citations Pre- and post-retraction. We evaluate retraction dates, themes, and citation networks.
This research study examines the reactions to and perceptions of childless men and women to determine if the stigma of remaining a voluntarily childless woman is persistent across generations in a unique and diverse community when compared to the needs of a global niche community. Based on Halford’s 2006 research on failed account episodes in discl...
Cultural memory is tied to material objectivations. Thus, cultural memory is consciously established and ceremonialized (Assmann, 2011). While communicative memory "is tied to the temporal dimension of everyday life" (Erll, 2011a, p. 53), cultural memory creates a mnemonic canon that is passed down through generations using various media as a mode...
This study introduces a new instrument for leadership evaluation in online forums and other online communities which was developed using a grounded approach. Questions that emerged from the literature were then evaluated to create hypotheses that guided the development of an instrument for moderator evaluation. The Moderator Evaluation Contingency...
This study introduces a new instrument for leadership evalu- ation in online forums and other online communities which was developed using a grounded approach. Questions that emerged from the literature were then evaluated to create hypotheses that guided the development of an instrument for moderator evaluation. The Moderator Evaluation Contingenc...
Communicative memory, in contrast to cultural memory, is the memory of the every day. In the scope of human history and events, the lifespan of communicative memory is short, categorized by lasting up to 100 years (Assmann 2011). One of the side effects of social media is that it captures thoughts, discussions, and interactions in real time, whethe...
This study examines a collection of artifacts passed on from some closed Facebook groups of anti-vaxxers. The study conducted a thematic analysis to determine whether or not the group is a community of practice, evaluate and categorize the types of information shared in these groups, and determine the sources of over 1,100 links across two compiled...
Biology 281 Essay that evaluates the lack of water and increase in CO2 and ground temperature on soil seed banks.
This article describes some of the literature about nosocomial infections in neonatal ICUs and the threat of Acininetobacter baumanii