【Speech Q&A】Heraclitus and the Standards of Science: A Case for Considering Open Science Practices in Communication Science
After the speech "Heraclitus and the Standards of Science: A Case for Considering Open Science Practices in Communication Science" on May 27th, the Taiwan Institute for Governance and Communication Research (TIGCR) invites Associate Professor Nick Bowman to deliver an online Q&A towards previously held public online speech.
Speech video link：https://youtu.be/o-fYLFndbxs
Nick Bowman (Ph.D., Michigan State University) is an Associate Professor of Journalism and Creative Media Industries at Texas Tech University, and Fulbright Wu Jing-Jyi Arts and Culture Fellow at the National Chengchi University. His research examines the cognitive, emotional, social, and physical demands of interactive media, with a specific focus on how these demands guide usage and explain effects from using video games, as well as virtual reality, augmented reality, and other interactive media. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed manuscripts in numerous journals focused on communication, cyberpsychology, and media psychology. He was most recently editor of Communication Research Reports and is the incoming editor of Journal of Media Psychology.
- Topic: Online Q&A (Heraclitus and the Standards of Science: A Case for Considering Open Science Practices in Communication Science)
- Speaker: Nick Bowman (Associate Professor, Journalism and Creative Media Industries, Texas Tech University, USA)
- Chair: Jih Hsuan Tammy Lin (Professor, College of Communication, National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
- Date: 2020/06/17 (Wednesday) 17:30
- Formation: Online Q&A
- The event will be held online. Successful sign up will receive event link by email before the event (06/16). The link is only for confirming whether it is effective, not for watching videos. If you don’t receive the link before June 16th, 5 p.m., please don’t hesitate to contact us.
- Those who can access the website via the link can watch the event online on Wednesday, June 16th, 5:30 p.m. If you have any questions about the speech, please feel free to let us know by comments or email.
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