Publications & talks (selection)

Publications [peer-reviewed]

Jarke, J. (2019): Open government for all? Co-creating digital public services for older adults through data walks. In: Online Information Review (online first) → full paper

Jarke, J. & Gerhard, U. (2018). Using Probes for Sharing (Tacit) Knowing in Participatory Design: Facilitating Perspective Making and Perspective Taking. In: i-com Journal of Interactive Media, 17(2), 137-152. → full paper

Rajão, R. & Jarke, J. (2018). The materiality of data transparency and (re)configuration of environmental activism in the Brazilian Amazon. In: Social Movement Studies, 17(3). → full paper

Jarke, J. (2017). Community-based evaluation in online communities: On the making of ‘best practice’. In: Journal of Information Technology and People. Volume 30(2), 371-395. → full paper

Jarke, J. (2015). “Networking” a European Community: The Case of a European Commission Egovernment Initiative. ECIS 2015 Completed Research Papers. Paper 86.  → full paper

Other publications

Jarke, J. & Breiter, A. (2019). Special Issue Editorial: The Datafication of Education. In: Learning, Media & Technology, 44(1), 1-6. → paper

Jarke, J. & Maaß, S. (2018). Special Issue Editorial: Probes as Participatory Design Practice. In: i-com Journal of Interactive Media, 17(2), 99-102. → paper

Jarke, J. (2018). Digitalisierung und Gesellschaft. In: Soziologische Revue, 41(1), pp.3-20. → paper

Jarke, J. & Gerhard, U. (2018). Mit älteren Menschen einen digitalen Stadtführer entwickeln. Mit Methoden der partizipativen Softwareentwicklung altersfreundliche Städte gestalten. In Informationen zur Raumentwicklung. Heft 6. Seite 52-57. → paper

Jarke, J. & Gerhard, U. (2017). Co-creation eines digitalen Stadtteilwegweisers für und mit älteren Menschen. In Lecture Notes: 47. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI): Digitale Kulturen. pp.671-675. → paper

Jarke, J. & Maaß, S. (2017): Anforderungserhebung mit Cultural Probes. Mensch und Computer 2017, 10.09.2017, Regensburg: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., pp. 61-63. → paper

Jarke, J. & Gerhard, U. (2017): Using cultural probes for co-creating a digital neighbourhood guide with and for older adults. Mensch und Computer 2017, 10.09.2017, Regensburg: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., pp. 79-85. → paper

Breiter, A. & Jarke, J. (2016). Datafying education: How digital assessment practices reconfigure the organisation of learning. Communicative Figurations Working Papers. No. 11.full paper

Jarke, J.; Gerhard, U. & Kubicek, H. (2016): Offene Daten, Datenaktivismus und Bürgerbeteilung für den demografischen Wandel in: Soziopolis. → www.soziopolis.de

Jarke, J., Kubicek, H. & Gerhard, U. (2016): Services für Senioren. Kommune 21, September 2016, p.12-13. → article

Conference Presentations

Jarke, J. & Breiter, A. (2017): Datafying education: Data practices and the organisation of learning. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), 23- 25 August 2017, Copenhagen

Jarke, J. (2017): Co-creating public services: From participatory design to participatory open data. Data Power, 21st – 22nd of June 2017. Ottawa, Canada. → presentation slides

Gerhard, U.; Jarke, J. (2016): Becoming old in the age of civic technology: Co-creating online public services with and for people in later life. Conference: Becoming old in the age of mediatization, 31 October – 1 November 2016, Copenhagen. → presentation slides

Jarke, J., Gerhard, U. & Kubicek, H. (2016): Re-imagining the city through participatory open data. 4S/EASST conference – science & technology by other means, 31 August – 3 September 2016. Barcelona. → presentation slides

Jarke, J. & Breiter, A. (2016): Who controls education? How digital data practices govern and reconfigure the organisation of learning. 32nd EGOS Colloquium, European Group for Organizational Studies, 7-9th July 2016, Naples.

Rajão, R. & Jarke, J. (2016): The materiality of data transparency and the (re)configuration of environmental activism in the Brazilian Amazon. Latin American and European Meeting on Organization Studies, 6-9 April 2016. Viña del Mar, Chile. → presentation slides

Jarke, J. & Breiter, A. (2015) Datafying education: How digital assessment practices reconfigure the organisation of learning. Soziologie der Bewertung Workshop, 10-11th December 2015, Bremen, Germany.  → presentation slides

Jarke, J. (2015) Considering the practicing of sociomaterial research and its enactments. 31st EGOS Colloquium, European Group for Organizational Studies, 2-4th July 2015, Athens, Greece. → full paperpresentation slides

Jarke, J. (2015) Open government data practices: Producing ‘open publics’ through civic hacking. Data Power conference, 22-23rd June 2015, Sheffield, UK. → full presentation slides

Jarke, J. (2015) Open Government Data Practices: The example of civic hacking. Herrenhausen Conference “Big Data in a Transdisciplinary Perspective”, Hanover, 25-27th March 2015. → poster

Invited talks

Participation in panel ” The future of Europe is co-created. Digital public services for age-friendly cities and communities” at the European Parliament Joint Intergroup Meeting, Brussels, 29th January 2019.

Participation in Panel “OpenGoV Co-production & Co-creation: Sharing experiences from Regions and Cities” at the EU Week of Cities and Regions, Brussels, 9th October 2018.

Participation in Panel „Bürgerbeteiligung in der Forschung -  Neue Herausforderungen für Projekte und Beratende“  at the 30th KoWi-Bundestagung zur EU-Forschungs- und Innovationsförderung, Bremen, 20th June 2018.

Participation in panel “Social and technological innovations to help older people realize their potential” at the 4th Annual Conference AGE Platform, Brussels, 18th November 2016

Datafying education: How digital data practices reconfigure the organisation of learning in schools. WZB Big Data Research Brown Bag Seminar. 9th June 2016, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, 9th June 2016 → presentation slides

Participation in panel “Against the rule of algorithms! How do we resume control?” at the media convention. Berlin, 2nd May 2016. → video

When the algorithm knows you: How digital assessment practices reconfigure the organisation of learning. Guest lecture at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. 15th April 2016. → presentation slides