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    • CURRICULUM VITAE Nicholas Warren Jankowski J.F. van Hengelstraat 34 1019 DC Amsterdam, The Netherlands tel.: +31 20 4194545 Mobile: +31 6 39230951 <nickjan@xs4all.nl> Updated: February 2012Biographical SketchNicholas W. Jankowski is Associate Researcher at the e-Humanities Group of the Royal Netherlands Academy forArts and Sciences (KNAW) and Adjunct Professor at the University of Ljubljana. He has been researching communityand new media since the mid-1970s. During this period, he has co-edited more than a half-dozen books oncommunity media, research methodology and new media. Recently published volumes include: Internet andNational Elections: A Comparative Study of Web Campaigning (Routledge, 2007), e-Research: Transformation inScholarly Practice (Routledge, 2009), and The Long History of New Media (Peter Lang, 2011). Jankowski is initiatorand co-editor of the journal New Media & Society. He is founding board member of the European Institute ofCommunication and Culture (Euricom) and editor of the Hampton Press book series Euricom Monographs: NewMedia and Democracy. Web site: http://ehumanities.nl/; email: nickjan@xs4all.nlPersonal DataBirthdate: 8 October 1943Citizenship: USAResidency: Amsterdam, The NetherlandsEducation  Oregon State University, Corvallis major: electrical engineering, 1961-62  University of California, Berkeley major: philosophy Thesis: Ethics and the War. Critique of Ethical Arguments Made for American Involvement in the Vietnam War Degree: BA, March 1967  University of Oregon, Eugene major: journalism, communications research Thesis: Perceptions of a Magazine: How Four Groups - Readers, Editors, University Administrators and Advisory Board Members - View Old Oregon, University of Oregon Alumni Magazine. Degree: MA, August 1973  University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Faculty of Political and Social-Cultural Sciences Dissertation: Community Television in Amsterdam: Access to, Participation in, and Use of the Lokale Omroep Bijlmermeer Degree: PhD, December 1988Jankowski CV Page 1
    • Research and academic posts  Associate Researcher, 2011 to present The e-Humanities Group (eHg), Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). Preparing textbooks on digital media and digital scholarship, coordinating research colloquia ‘New Trends in e- Humanities’.  Adjunct Professor; 2002 to present Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana. Teaching graduate seminars on new media and society, and undergraduate practicum ‘Doing digital scholarship’; co-advisor PhD dissertation.  Visiting Fellow, 2006 - 2010 Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Social Sciences and Humanities (VKS). Preparing edited volume on e- research, conference panels, textbook on digital media.  Adjunct Professor, 2008-2009 University of Amsterdam. Teaching seminars news and new media, advising master’s-level theses, co- advisor Phd dissertations.  Adjunct Professor, 2010 SUNY, State University of New York. Teaching online-only seminar for undergraduate and graduate students on new media.  Associate Professor, 9/84 - 2008 Department of Communication, University of Nijmegen. Teaching seminars on new communication technologies and mass media in the USA, advising masters-level theses, conducting and coordinating research projects.  Visiting Professor, 2005 Department of Communication, University of Leuven. Teaching graduate seminar on the Internet research.  Visiting Fellow, 3/04 - 10/04 Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University. Coordinating research teams studying role of the Internet during 2004 European Parliament election.  Assistant Professor, 5/80 - 9/84 Instituut voor Sociale Pedagogiek en Andragogiek (ISPA) (Department of Adult Education), University of Nijmegen. Teaching research methods, advising masters-level theses.  Field researcher, project coordinator, 8/75 - 2/78 Stichting Interuniversitair Instituut voor Sociaal Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (Foundation for Inter- university Social Science Research), Amsterdam. Coordinating research around Community TV Station LOB.Editorial and organizational positions  Co-editor, New Media & Society, 1999-present  Editor, Communication Monographs: Communicative Innovations and Democracy. Hampton Press book series, 2003-present  Editorial board member, Javnost/The Public, 1995-present  Board member, European Institute for Communication and Culture (EURICOM), 1995-present  Associate Editor, Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 1997-2003  Chair, Section Community Communication, International Association of Media & Communication Research (IAMCR), 1992-1997Jankowski CV Page 2
    • Key publications  e-Research: Transformation in Scholarly Practice. (editor). Routledge, 2009  The Internet and National Elections: A Comparative Study of Web Campaigning (editor, with R. Kluver, K. Foot, & S. Schneider). Routledge, 2007.  "Creating Community with Media: History, Theories and Scientific Investigations," in L. Lievrouw & S. Livingstone (eds.) A Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICTs. Sage, 2002; updated and republished as student edition 2006.  Community Media in the Information Age: Perspectives and Prospects. (editor, with O. Prehn). Hampton Press, 2002.  A Handbook of Qualitative Methodologies for Mass Communication Research. (editor, with K.B. Jensen). Routledge, 1991. Spanish translation, 1993; Chinese translation, 1996; Korean translation, 2004.Current publishing projects  Digital Media: Concepts & Issues, Research & Resources. Polity Press, forthcoming 2012.  Doing Digital Scholarship. Undergraduate-level textbook, in preparation.  Scholarly communication, co-editor of theme issue New Media & Society, forthcoming 2012.Non-academic employment  Computer programmer; 2/67 - 9/67 Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Berkeley, California.  Coordinator; 9/67 - 9/69 Service Civil International, Chicago and Amsterdam.  Freelance writer; 9/69 - 9/70 Elsevier, Amsterdam and Rome.  Radio reporter; 1/71 - 9/71 KEED Radio, Eugene, Oregon.  Editor; 1/71 - 9/71 Graduate Student Newsletter, University of Oregon.  Publications editor; 9/71 - 6/73 Northwest Special Education Instructional Materials Center, University of Oregon.  Staff writer; 10/73 - 6/74 Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration, University of Oregon.  Division coordinator; 2/79 - 12/79 Amnesty International, Amsterdam.  Freelance writer; 1985 - 1995 Publications: Telecombrief, Telescope, Telescope International, NewSource, Holland Herald.Conferences  Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) - Lawrence, KA, 2000 - Minneapolis, 2001 - Maastricht, 2002 - Chicago, 2005 - Copenhagen, 2008 - Goteborg, 2010  International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) - Leicester, 1976 - Paris, 1982 - Prague, 1984 - New Delhi, 1986 - Barcelona, 1988Jankowski CV Page 3
    • - Bled, 1990 - Sao Paulo, 1992 - Portoroz, 1995 - Oaxaca, 1997 - Glasgow, 1998 - Leipzig, 1999 - Barcelona, 2002 - Paris, 2007  International Communication Association (ICA) - San Francisco, 1999 - Washington, DC, 2001 - New York City, 2005 - Montreal, 2008 - Chicago, 2009  National Communication Association (NCA) - Chicago, 1999 - Atlanta, 2001  International Sociological Association (ISA) - Upsalla, 1978 - New Delhi, 1986  European Institute for Communication and Culture (EURICOM) - New Developments of Radio Broadcasting, Bled, Yugoslavia, 1988 - Democratization and the Media, Piran, Yugoslavia, 1989 - Rethinking Access, Piran, Slovenia, 1994 - Virtual Democracy, Piran, Slovenia, 1995 - Political Representation and Public Opinion, Piran, Slovenia, 1997 - E-Networks and Democratic Life, Piran, Slovenia, 2001 - E-Networks and Democratic Engagement, Nijmegen, 2002  Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap - Twente, 2000 - Amsterdam, 2001 - Nijmegen, 2002 - Amsterdam, 2008  European Media, Technology & Everyday Life Network (EMTEL) - Bruges, 1996 - Barcelona, 1997  PWT/KUN New Media Seminars - CD-i in voorlichting en educatie, Nijmegen, 1993 - Kantekeningen bij multimedia, Nijmegen, 1994 - Elektronische instrumenten voor democratie, Utrecht, 1995 - Toegang tot en kwaliteit van electronisch informatie, Nijmegen, 1997  Sommatie, (Veldhoven, the Netherlands) - The Future through the Rear-view Mirror, 1988 - Succes factoren van de nieuwe media, 1989 - Concentratie en differentiatie: Crossownership in de jaren 90, 1990 - Informatievoorziening: Adres onbekend, 1991 - Internationalisering in massacommunicatie, 1992  World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) - Ljubljana, 1994 - Copenhagen, 1996 - Milan, 1998  Other events - International Conference on Social Experiments with Information Technology, Odense, 1986Jankowski CV Page 4
    • - National Federation of Local Cable Programmers (NFLCP), Boston, 1986 - World Association of Public Opinion Research (WAPOR), Montreux, 1987 - European Society for Opinion and Marketing Research (ESOMAR), Montreux, 1987 - Interactive Media Manifestatie International Conference, Eindhoven, 1987 - Home Interactive Telematics Conference, Amsterdam, 1987 - Union of Democratic Communication, New York, 1989 - Channels for Change, Edinburgh, 1994 - RadioDays 95, Vienna, 1994, keynote address - International Visual Literacy Association, Deventer, 1995 - Association of European Operational Research Societies (EURO), Bruges, Belgium, 1997 - Recent TV Research in Europe, Nijmegen, 1998 - Community Informatics, Teesside, England, 2000 - Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, NJ, 2001 - Social Science Research Council, New York, 2002 - News in the Digital Age, Hong Kong, 2003; keynote address - New Research for New Media, Tarragona, 2004; keynote address - First European Communication Conference (ECC), 2005 - National Centre for e-Social Science (NCeSS), 2007 - Politics: Web 2.0, London, 2008 - Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP), 2009; keynote address - A Decade in Internet Time, OII, Oxford Univ. 2010 - PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference, Berlin, 2011Books  Kleine media: lokale omroep en video [Small-scale media: local broadcasting and video]. (editor, with M. de Bruin and T. van Doormaal). Haarlem: Stichting TMW, 1983.  Interactieve media op komst [The coming of interactive media]. (editor, with H. Bouwman). Amsterdam: Otto Cramwinckel, 1989.  A Handbook of Qualitative Methodologies for Mass Communication Research. (editor, with K.B. Jensen). London: Routledge, 1991. Spanish translation, 1993; Chinese translation, 1996; Korean translation 2004.  The Peoples Voice. Local Radio and Television in Europe. (editor, with J. Stappers & O. Prehn). London: Libbey, 1992.  The Contours of Multimedia. Recent Technological, Theoretical and Empirical Developments. (editor, with L. Hanssen). London: Libbey, 1996.  Media Use as Social Action: A European Approach to Audience Studies. (editor, with K. Renckstorf and D. McQuail). London: Libbey, 1996.  Recent Developments in European Television News Research. (editor, with K. Renckstorf and D. McQuail). Berlin: Quintessenz Verlag, 2000.  Community Media in the Information Age: Perspectives and Prospects. (editor, with O. Prehn). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.  The Internet and National Elections: A Comparative Study of Web Campaigning (editor, with R. Kluver, K. Foot, & S. Schneider). Routledge, 2007.  e-Research: Transformation in Scholarly Practice. (editor). Routledge, 2009  The Long History of New Media (editor, with D. Park & S. Jones). Peter Lang: 2011.Peer-reviewed articles & book chapters1982-1989  "Community Television: A Tool for Community Action?" Communication, 7(1), 1982.  "Kabelfernsehen in den Niederlanden und Belgien." Media Perspektieven, 6, 1985 (with K. Brants).  "Cable Television in the Low Countries," in Cable television and the future of broadcasting. R. Negrine (ed.), London: Croom Helm, 1985 (with K. Brants).Jankowski CV Page 5
    •  "Use and Assessment of Cabletext Services," Massacommunicatie, 14(5-6), December 1986 (with L. Becker).  "The Netherlands: The Cable Replaces the Antenna," in L Becker and K. Schoenback, (eds.) Media diversification: Coping with plenty, Hillsdale: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1988 (with F. Olderaan).  "De uitbreiding van het media-aanbod en de reactie van de Nederlandse gebruikers," in Communicatiewetenschappelijke bijdragen: ITS, 1988 (with F. Olderaan).  "A Success Story Scrutinized: Local Radio as a Form of Democratic Communication," in Communicatiewetenschappelijke bijdragen 1987-1988, K. Renckstorf and F. Olderaan (eds.), Nijmegen: ITS, 1988 (with A. Mol).1990-1995  "Waiting for Godot: Interactive Cable and Citizen Participation," in S. Splichal, J. Hochheimer, and K. Jakubowiez (eds.) Democratization and the media. An East-West dialogue, Ljubljana: Communication and Culture Colloquia, 1990.  "The Qualitative Tradition in Social Science Enquiry: Contributions to Mass Communication Research," (with F. Wester), in K.B. Jensen and N.W. Jankowski (eds.), A handbook of qualitative methodologies for mass communication research, London: Routledge, 1991.  "Qualitative Research and Community Media," in K.B. Jensen and N.W. Jankowski (eds.), A handbook of qualitative methodologies for mass communication research, London: Routledge, 1991.  "Reflections on the Origins and Meanings of Media Access," Javnost/The Public, 2(4), 1995.  "In Search of a Niche: Regional Television in the Netherlands," in M. de Moragas Spá (ed.), Television in the regions, nationalitites and small countries of the EC, London: Libbey, 1995.1996-2001  Introduction: Multimedia Comes of Age," in N.W. Jankowski and L. Hanssen (eds.), The contours of multimedia. Recent technological, theoretical and empirical developments, London: Luton/Libbey, 1996 (with L. Hanssen).  "Interactivity From the Perspective of Communication Studies," in N.W. Jankowski and L. Hanssen (eds.), The contours of multimedia. Recent technological, theoretical and empirical developments (pp. 61-73). London: Luton/Libbey, 1996 (with L. Hanssen and R. Etienne).  guest editor of issue "Access to the Media," Gazette, The International Journal for Mass Communication Studies, 57(3), 1996.  "Community-building in Cyberspace," Javnost/The Public, 5(2), 35-48, 1998 (with A. Malina).  "The Netherlands: Regional Television Comes of Age," in Proximity yelevision and the Information Society in Europe, M. de Moragas Spá (ed.), London: Libbey, 1999 (with M. Schoorlemmer).  "Teledemocracy in the Province: An Experiment with Internet-Based Software and Public Debate." In L. d’Haenens (ed.), Cyberidenties: Canadian & European presence in cyberspace (pp. 121-134). University of Ottawa Press, 1999 (with C. Leeuwis, P. Martin, M. Noordhof & J. Van Rossum)  "Review Essay: In Search of Methodological Innovation in New Media Research," Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research 24(3), 367-374; 1999.  "Traditional News Media Online: An Examination of Added-Value," Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research 25(1), 85-102; 2000.  "The Promise and Practice of Public Debate in Cyberspace," (with M. van Selm). In K. Hacker and J. van Dijk (eds.), Digital democracy: Issues of theory & practice, pp. 149-165. London: Sage, 2000.  "Vier terreinen voor empirisch onderzoek" [Four areas for empirical research]," (with M. van Selm). In H. Bouwman (ed.) Communicatie in de informatiesamenleving, pp. 217-250. Utrecht: Lemma.  "On Crafting a Study of Community Networks: Considerations and Reflections," (with M. van Selm & E. Hollander), in L. Keeble & B. Loader (eds.) Community informatics - Community development through the use of information and communication technologies, pp. 101-117. London: Routledge, 2001.Jankowski CV Page 6
    • 2002-present  "Creating Community with Media: History, Theories and Scientific Investigations." In L. Lievrouw & S. Livingstone (eds.) A handbook of new media: Social shaping and consequences of ICTs. London: Sage, 2002.  "The Conceptual Contours of Community Media," in N. Jankowski (ed.), Community media in the Information Age: Perspectives and prospects. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.  "Community Media and Community Communication," (with E. Hollander and J. Stappers), in N. Jankowski (ed.), Community media in the Information Age: Perspectives and prospects. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.  "Community-Building in Cyberspace," (with A. Malina), in N. Jankowski (ed.), Community media in the Information Age: Perspectives and prospects. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, January 2002.  "Theoretical Perspectives and Arenas for Community Media Research," in N. Jankowski (ed.), Community media in the Information Age: Perspectives and prospects, pp. 271-292. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.  "Political Parties Online: An Examination of Electronic Democracy on Three Dutch Political Party Web Sites," Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 27(2) (with M. van Selm), 2002.  "The Internet and Communication Studies," (with S. Jones, P. Howard, K. Foot, R. Mansell, S. Schneider & R. Silverstone), in M. Price & H. Nissenbaum (eds.) The Internet and the academy, pp. 168-195. Peter Lang, 2004  "Dutch Web radio as a medium for audience interaction," (with M. van Selm & B. Kleijn). In A. Crisell (ed.) More than a music box: Radio in a multi-media world, pp. 265-282. Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2004.  “Epilogue: Methodological Concerns and Innovations in Internet Research” (with M. van Selm). In C. Hine (ed.) Virtual methods: Issues in social research on the Internet, pp. 199-207. Oxford: Berg Books, 2005.  “The World Wide Web and the 2004 European Parliament Election” (ed., with W. Lusoli), theme issue, Information Polity, 10, 2005.  “The Web and the 2004 European Parliament Election: Comparing Political Actor Web Sites in 11 EU Member States” (with K. Foot, R. Kluver, & S. Schneider). Information Polity, 10: 165-176, 2005.  “Conducting Online Surveys” (with M. van Selm). Quantity & Quality; International Journal of Methodology, 40(3): 435-456, 2006.  “Political Web sites and development of a European public sphere: Online political communication in the context of the 2004 European Parliament election” (with R. van Os & M. Vergeer). European Societies, 9(5): 755-775. 2007.  “The Netherlands: Party and Candidate Websites during the 2004 European Parliament Election Campaign” (with R. van Os, G. Voerman, & C. Hagemann). In R. Kluver, K. Foot, N. Jankowski, & S. Schneider (eds), The Internet and national Elections: A comparative study of web campaigning, pp. Routledge, 2007.  “Internet-based political communication research: Illustrations, challenges & innovations,” (with M. van Selm). Javnost-The Public, 15(2): 5-16, 2008.  “A hyperlink network analysis of citizen blogs in South Korean politics,” (with H. W. Park), Javnost – The Public, 15(2), 57-74, 2008.  “The 2004 European Parliament Election, the Internet and emergence of a European public sphere,” (with R. van Os). In L. Leung, A. Fung, & P. Lee (eds.) (2009). Embedding into our lives: New opportunities and challenges of the Internet, pp. 269-296. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.  “Exploring the Online European Public Sphere: The Web and Europeanisation of Political Communication in the European Union” (with R. Van Os, F. Wester). In J. Harrison & B. Wessels (eds.) Mediating Europe. New media, mass communications and the European public sphere, pp.73-98. Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2009.  “Foreword: Public Service Broadcasters and the Web: Interplay of Convenience, Necessity, and Challenge.” In M. Burns & N. Brugger (eds.) Histories of public service broadcasters on the Web, pp. xi- xvi. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.Jankowski CV Page 7
    •  “Citizens, Journalists, and User-Generated Content.” In B. Reader & J.A. Hatcher (eds.) Foundations of community journalism: A primer for research, pp. 219-222. London: SAGE, 2012.  “Beyond Open Access: A Framework for Openness in Scholarly Communication” (with C. Tatum). In P. Wouters, A. Beaulieu, A. Scharnhorst, & S. Wyatt (eds.) Virtual knowledge. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, forthcoming 2012.  “Enhancing Scholarly Publications: Developing Hybrid Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences.” Scholarly and Research Communication. (with C. Tatum, A. Scharnhorst, Z. Tatum). Under review.Conferences papers, presentations, reports1982-1989  "Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned: Reflections on Researching Community Television," paper, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Paris, 1982.  "Media Participation: A Possible Perspective for Community Broadcasting," paper, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Paris, 1982 (with M. de Bruin and L. van Zoonen).  "Cable Television in the Low Countries," paper, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Prague, August 1984 (with K. Brants).  "Researching cable television in Zaltbommel; A community study in changing communication patterns," paper, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Prague, August 1984 (with J. Stappers and E. Hollander).  "Community Television: Charting its Course in Europe," paper, National Federation of Local Cable Programmers, Boston, 1985 (with E. Hollander).  "Two-way Cable in Zaltbommel; An Exercise in Implementation," paper, International Conference on Social Experiments with Information Technology, Odense, January 1986 (with F. Olderaan).  "The Electronic Writing Tablet and Arabic Language Instruction; A Preliminary Report on Small Scale Experimentation with Interactive Cable Technology," paper, International Association for Mass Communication Research, New Delhi, August 1986 (with A. Mol).  "In the Cockpit of Europe: Media Diversification and Dutch User Response," paper, World Association of Public Opinion Research, Montreaux, August 1987 (with F. Olderaan).  "Confused Objectives and Organizational Difficulties: An Experiment in Home Language Instruction Utilizing Cable Television and Video Editing Technology," paper, Home Interactive Telematics conference, Amsterdam, June 1987 (with A. Mol).  "De paradox in de medische telecommunicatie," paper, Sommatie, Veldhoven, April 1988 (with D. van Lierop and E. van Elven).  "Media in Their Own Hands: Training Citizen Groups in Video Production Techniques," paper, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Barcelona, July 1988 (with W. Brouwer and K. Vos).  "Democratization of Communication and Local Radio in the Netherlands, paper, Second International Colloquium Communication and Culture, Bled, Yugoslavia, September 1988.  "Waiting for Godot: Videotext and Citizen Participation in the Democratic Process," paper, the Third International Colloquium Communication and Culture, "Democratization and the media: An East-West dialogue," Piran, Yugoslavia, September 1989.1990-1995  "Telematica op gemeentelijk niveau: Mogelijkheden en belemmeringen," (with R. Mendel and J. Thiemann), paper, Sommatie >90, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, April 1990.  "The Public Sphere and Interactive Media. A Conceptual and Methodological Framework," (with R. Mendel), paper, IAMCR, Bled, Yugoslavia, August 1990.  "Public Access en telematica; een conceptuele verkenningstocht," (with R. Mendel), paper, Sommatie >91, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, April 1991.  "De kabelkrant als intern communicatiemedium," (with J. van Vonderen), paper, Sommatie >92, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, March 1992.Jankowski CV Page 8
    •  "Setting the Agenda and the Methodology for Local Radio and Television Research," paper, IAMCR Conference, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1992.  "Community Radio: Reason for Celebration or Concern for Crisis?" keynote presentation at AMARC- Europe conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1994.  "Media Access: Proposal for a Pan-European Research Programme," paper, EURICOM Colloquium, Piran, Slovenia, 1994.  "Development of Local TV Policy in the Netherlands," paper, Channels for Change conference, Edinburgh, 1994.  "Community Access to Local Radios: A Question of Principle and Practice," paper, RadioDays 95, Vienna, Austria, 1995.  "Virtual Democracy: Reflection on and Proposal for Empirical Research," paper, EURICOM Colloquium: Virtual Democracy, Piran, 1995.1996-2000  "Interactivity in Communication: Review of Literature and Preliminary Empirical Research," paper, 4th International Research Symposium on Visual Verbal Literacy, Deventer, 1996 (with L. Hanssen and R. Etienne).  "Verkenning Group Decision Support Systems en ondersteunende modellen," report, Ministry of Transport, 1997 (with A. Kloppenburg).  "The ‘Qualitative Turn’ and New Media Research," paper, EMTEL, Barcelona, 1997.  Teledemocracy in the Province: An Experiment with Internet-based Software and Public Debate, paper, conference Beyond Infrastructure, Antwerpen, 1997 (with C. Leeuwis, P. Martin, M. Noordhof and J. Van Rossum).  "Virtuele Democratie: Reflectie op een recent initiatief," paper, Onderzoek en Nieuwe Media, Rotterdam, 1997 (with C. Leeuwis, P. Martin, M. Noordhof, and J. van Rossum).  Besliswijzer beproefd. Een onderzoek naar teledemocratie in the provincie, Amsterdam: Instituut voor Publiek en Politiek, 1997 (with C. Leeuwis, P. Martin, M. Noordhof and J. Van Rossum).  "The Netherlands: Regional Television Comes of Age," paper, IAMCR, Glasgow, 1998.  "The Promises and Practices of Online Newspapers: An Analysis of Content and Commentary," paper, Communications Colloquium, Nijmegen, 1998.  "Methodological Innovations in New Media Research," panel presentation, ICA, San Francisco, 1999.  The Promise and Practice of Public Debate in Cyberspace," paper, ICA, San Francisco, 1999 (with M. van Selm).  "Methodological Innovations in New Media Research: Do They Exist?" panel presentation, IAMCR, Leipzig, 1999.  "Developing Participatory Research Methodology in the Context of Local Radio Training Programmes,@ paper, IAMCR, Leipzig, 1999 (with P. Lewis).  "Onderzoek naar Nieuwe Media: Overpeinzingen bij een Methodenboek-in-wording," paper, TCW Congres, Twente, the Netherlands, 23-24 March 2000 (with M. van Selm).  "Kennislab: een initiatief om bronnen op world wide web te integreren in het voortgezet onderwijs," paper, TCW Congres, Twente, the Netherlands, 23-24 March 2000 (with L. Hanssen).  "Nieuwe Media en Community: Spanningsveld Tussen Concept en Technologie," paper, TCW Congres, Twente, the Netherlands, 23-24 March 2000.  "Designing A Digital City: Findings from a Feasibility Study for Purmerend.nl, paper, Community Informatics Conference, Teesside, England, 26-28 April 2000 (with L. Hanssen).  "Reflections on Studying Electronic Newspapers: Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned," presentation, Web Site Analysis Workshop, Annenberg Public Policy Center, Philadelphia, 20 June 2000.  "On Crafting a Study of Community Networks: Considerations and Reflections, paper, Association of Internet Researchers, Lawrence, Kansas, 14-17 September 2000 (with M. van Selm & E. Hollander).Jankowski CV Page 9
    • 2001-2002  "Ethical Issues in Conducting Internet Research," (with M. van Selm) paper, Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, 22-23 February 2001.  "News in Online and Print Newspapers: Differences in Reader Consumption and Recall," (with L. d’Haenens & A. Heuvelman), paper, Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, 22-23 February 2001.  "Research Ethics in a Virtual World: Some Guidelines and Illustrations," (with M. van Selm) paper, 2001.  Respondent to panel "The Internet and American Life: Results from the Pew Project Surveys," ICA, Washington, DC, 24-28 May 2001.  "Internet and Communication Studies," presentation at workshop "Information Technology and Society," Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, 8-10 June 2001.  "European Communities in Cyberspace: A Proposal for Surveying and Assessing Digital Community Networks in the European Union," paper, Euricom Colloquium: E-Networks and Democratic Life. 15-20 September 2001.  "Political Parties Online: An Examination of Electronic Democracy on Three Dutch Political Party Web Sites," paper, Euricom Colloquium: E-Networks & Democratic Life, Piran, Slovenia, September 15-20, 2001 (with M. van Selm).  "The Trials and Tribulations of Conducting an Online Survey," paper, Association of Internet Researchers, Minneapolis, 10-14 October 2001 (with M. van Selm).  "The Challenge: Performing Theoretically-Informed Web Site Analysis," presentation, preconference on web site analysis, Association of Internet Researchers, Minneapolis, 10-14 October 2001.  "Trials and Tribulations: Conducting an Online Web-based Survey," (with M. van Selm), paper, Association of Internet Researchers, Minneapolis, 10-14 October 2001.  "New Methods for Internet Research?" paper, National Communication Association preconference on Internet Research, Atlanta, 31 October 2001.  Virtual Methods Seminar: Opportunities and Dilemmas, London, 17-18 December 2001.  "Communications Theory and Digital Media: Signs of Fusion," presentation, seminar, University of Tampere, 14-15 December 2001.  "Communities in a Virtual World: Considerations for Theoretical Perspectives, Research Questions and Methods of Study," Presentation, Social Science Research Council seminar "Information Technology and Social Research: Setting Agendas," New York, 5-8 June 2002.  "New Media Research Methods," videoconference with CMC doctoral students in Israel, Tel Aviv University, 19 September 2002.  "Public Involvement in a Digital Debate: A Case Study of Digital Democracy in the City of Hoogeveen," paper, seminar Prospects for Electronic Democracy, Carnegie Mellon University, 20-21 September 2002.  "Community Media at the Crossroads: The Local and the Global in the Age of the Internet," keynote presentation, Congress of Contemporary Culture, University of Santiago, Spain 25-26 October 2002.2003-2012  “Social Media and Politics: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations in Designing a Study of Political Engagement.” (with M. Turnšek). Conference paper, Politics: Web 2.0, London, 2008. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1629098.  “The Long History of New Media,” co-chair (with D. Park & S. Jones), International Communication Association pre-conference, Montreal, May 2008.  “The Future is Prologue: New Media, New Histories?” co-chair (with D. Park & S. Jones), International Communication Association pre-conference, Chicago, May 2009.  Lecture series and keynote, World Class University program. Keynote: “Social Science Research Practice in the Digital Age,” YeungNam University, Korea. September 2009.  “Introduction to Roundtable: Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Era: Changes, Challenges, Innovations,” roundtable co-chair (with S. Jones & C. Tatum), Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Goteborg, October 2010.Jankowski CV Page 10
    •  “Introduction to Panel: Scholarly Communication and the Internet.” A Decade in Internet Time: Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society, panel co-chair (with S. Jones & C. Tatum) Oxford Internet Institute, November 2011.  “Enhancing Scholarly Publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Innovation through Hybrid Forms of Publication.” (with C. Tatum, A. Scharnhorst, Z. Tatum). Project report. July 2011.  “Enhancing Scholarly Publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Innovation through Hybrid Forms of Publication.” (with C. Tatum, A. Scharnhorst, Z. Tatum). Paper, Public Knowledge Project Conference, Berlin November 2011. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1929687University-level instruction  Research methods  New media o Action Research o Multimedia: Research Seminar o Research Practicum o New Media: Theoretical Concepts o New Media Research Practicum  Workshops on academic publishing o Introduction to Research Methods (Half-day events targeted at PhD candidates, o Qualitative Research Methods post-docs, early career scholars; focus on  Community media practicalities of journal publishing) o Community, Media & Technology:  General Theoretical Perspectives o American Mass Media o Local Radio & Television Seminar o History of American Broadcasting o Journalistic WritingJankowski CV Page 11