Visiting Assistant Professor
605B IS Building
Institution of highest degree:
PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Information Policy and Ethics, Archives and Recordkeeping, Data Curation, Ownership, Cultural Heritage
Mattern, Eleanor. "A Six-Stage Process for Recovery of Public Records: Replevin and the State of North Carolina." Archival Science (ePub Available).
Bowler, Leanne, Cory Knobel, and Eleanor Mattern. "From Cyberbullying to Well‐Being: A Narrative‐Based Participatory Approach to Values‐Oriented Design for Social Media." Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ePuB Available).
Cox, Richard J., Eleanor Mattern, Lindsay Mattock, Raquel Rodriguez, and Tonia Sutherland. “Assessing iSchools." Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 53, no. 4 (Fall 2012): 303-316.
Cox, Richard, J., Alison Langmead, and Eleanor Mattern, eds. Proceedings of the 2014 Archival Education and Research Institute. Sacramento: Litwin Books, forthcoming 2015.
Kilgour, Lauren and Eleanor Mattern. "Distilling Jargon: A Case Study Examining the Efficacy of Government Information Visualizations." In iConference 2015 Proceedings, Newport Beach, CA.
Mattock, Lindsay and Eleanor Mattern. "Looking at Archives in Cinema: Recent Representations of Records in Motion Pictures." In Proceedings of the 2014 Archival Education and Research Institute,edited by Richard J. Cox, Alison Langmead, and Eleanor Mattern.Sacramento: Litwin Books, forthcoming 2015.
Bowler, Leanne, Eleanor Mattern, and Cory Knobel. Developing Design Interventions for Cyberbullying: A Narrative-Based Participatory Approach. IniConference 2014 Proceedings, Berlin, Germany, March 4-7, 2014. Winner of the Lee Dirks Best Paper Award from Microsoft Research.