John Seberger

John S. Seberger is a PhD student in Informatics at University of California, Irvine. His research interests focus on several aspects of scholarly communication. They include the conceptualization of authorship in deeply aynchronous collaboration, the locus of knowledge in emerging forms of scholarly communication, and the changing relationship between the humanities and the sciences.

Prior to his work at UC-Irvine, John earned his MLIS and University of Pittsburgh and his MSc in Research Methods in Psychology (Music Psychology) from the University of Keele in Staffordshire, UK. He has a BA in psychology from Kenyon College and is an avid songwriter and musician.

John is a member of the EVOKE lab and the Intel Science and Tehcnology Center for Social Computing. He is advised by Dr. Geof Bowker.