Mariah A. Knowles

Position title: PhD Student

Email: mariah.knowles@wisc.edu

Pronouns
She | Her | Hers
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Education

M.S., Computer Science, Western Kentucky University

M.A., English Rhetoric and Composition, Western Kentucky University

B.S., Computer Science, Western Kentucky University

Areas of Interest

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Science Education
  • Ethics Education
  • Mixed Methodology
  • Programming Languages and Environments
  • Values in Design

Teaching

Credit Courses

  • LIS 341: Video Games and Society
  • LIS 351: Introduction to Digital Information
  • LIS 461: Data and Algorithms: Ethics and Policy
  • LIS 640: Digital Communication for Information Professionals

Workshops

  • Data Carpentry
  • Software Carpentry
  • Text Analysis for Digital Humanities
  • Introduction to Julia Mini-Workshop
  • ICQE: Custom ENA Rotations in Julia

Recent Publications

Knowles, Mariah A.; Jennifer Scianna, and Jodi Masters-Gonzales. “Writing Custom ENA Rotations in the Julia Programming Language.” International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. 8-12 Oct 2023. Abstract & Workshop

Kim, Yoon Jeon; Jennifer Scianna, and Mariah A. Knowles. “How Can We Co-design Learning Analytics for Game-Based Assessment: ENA Analysis.” International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. 15-19 Oct 2022. 10.1007/978-3-031-31726-2_15

Knowles, Mariah A.; Amanda Barany, Zhiqiang Cai, and David Williamson Shaffer. “Multiclass Rotations in Epistemic Network Analysis.” International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. 15-19 Oct 2022. 10.1007/978-3-031-31726-2_5 & Slides

Tan, Yuanru; Andrew R. Ruis, Cody Marquart, Zhiqiang Cai, Mariah A. Knowles, and David Williamson Shaffer. “Ordered Network Analysis.” International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. 15-19 Oct 2022. 10.1007/978-3-031-31726-2_8

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A.; Meixi, Tolulope Famaye, Amanda Barany, and Mamta Shah. “Code-wise ENA: A Sequential Representation of Discourse.” International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. 15-19 Oct 2022. Poster

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. “What’s Fair?” ML+X. Madison, WI. 6 Dec 2022. Slides

Kim, Yoon Jeon; Mariah A. Knowles, Jennifer Sciana, Grace Lin, José A. Ruipérez-Valiente. “Learning analytics application to examine validity and generalizability of game-based assessment for spatial reasoning.” British Journal of Educational Technology. 2022.10.1111/bjet.13286

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. “Coherence and Interdisciplinarity.” NetPLACE. Online. 16 Jun 2022. Slides

Guest Lecture: Knowles, Mariah A. “Telling Stories of Transitions: Sharing the Endeavors of Quant and Qual Research.” For Modupe Adewuyi’s NURS 4434 Vulnerable Populations. Kennesaw State University. 7 Feb 2022. Slides

Knowles, Mariah A. “Telling Stories of Transitions.” International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. 6-9 Nov 2021. 10.1007/978-3-030-93859-8_8 & Slides & Recording (session 4A)

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. “Five Motivating Concerns for AI Ethics Instruction.” Association for Information Science & Technology. Online. 31 Oct 2021. 10.1002/pra2.481

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. and Lauren Scanlon. “Networks of One and Justice.” Network Science: Networked Justice. Online. 28 Jun 2021. Slides

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. and David Shaffer. “Hierarchical Epistemic Network Analysis.” International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. Online. 8 Feb 2021. Abstract & Poster

Scianna, Jennifer; David Gagnon, and B. A. Knowles. “Counting the Game: Visualizing Changes in Play by Incorporating Game Events.” Advances in Quantitative Ethnography. ICQE 2021. Communications in Computer and Information Science 1312. Springer. 2021. 10.1007/978-3-030-67788-6_15

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. and David Shaffer. “Geometric Intuitions in Qualitative Research.” Trans Math Day. Online. 5 Dec 2020. Slides

Website

https://mariah.knowles.codes/