Her research in social informatics focuses on social aspects of technology and social media in particular. Her studies of online trolling, examine political, satirical, and ideological trolling. She publishes also on topics such as collective intelligence, gender and technology, and ICT and diversity.

Research Areas:

  • Information and Library Science
  • Data Science
  • Social Informatics
  • Ethics and Values in Digital Society
  • Communities of Practice
  • Computer Mediated Communication and Social Media
  • Gender and Information Technologies
  • Information Behavior
  • International Information Issues
  • Media Studies
  • Online communities
  • Organizational Informatics
  • Social Media
  • Trolling
  • Social Informatics
Library Science
PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Information Science, 2003
MA, University of Haifa, Israel, Public Administration, 1999
BA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Arts and Humanities, 1989