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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Tag media, new

Dietram Scheufele

Dietram Scheufele

John E. Ross Professor and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Life Sciences Communication

Expert on public opinion, science emerging technologies, new media and politics

Greg Downey

Greg Downey

Professor, journalism and mass communication; library and information studies

Historian and geographer of information/communication technology and labor

Margaret (Meg) Wise

Margaret (Meg) Wise

Associate scientist, Sonderegger Research Center, School of Pharmacy

Expert on eHealth (electronic health information services) and life narrative interventions

Sue Robinson

Sue Robinson

Assistant professor, journalism and mass communication

Expert on online journalism and citizen media

David Shaffer

David Shaffer

Professor, learning science, educational psychology; game scientist, Wisconsin Center for Education Research

Expert on computer games, digital media, education and assessment of 21st century learning

Erica Halverson

Erica Halverson

Assistant professor, curriculum & instruction

Expert on identity development and literacy learning through the study of youth-produced autobiographical art including films, plays and digital stories

Debra Shapiro

Debra Shapiro

Instructional program manager, instructor, School of Library and Information Studies

Expert in teaching librarians and archivists, online and in face-to-face classes

Robert Hawkins

Research professor, journalism and mass communication

Expert on effects of mass communication and new media technologies, particularly in health contexts

Michael Gleicher

Michael Gleicher

Professor, computer sciences, industrial and systems engineering, mathematics

Expert on computer graphics, visualization, multimedia and computer games

Robert Howard

Robert Howard

Director, Digital Studies Initiative; associate director, Folklore Program; associate professor of communication

Expert on Internet communication and contemporary religious belief

James Brown

James Brown

Assistant professor of English

Research covers rhetoric and digital culture, Wikipedia, networked software, blogging and wikis