Andrew Weiss has been a Digital Services Librarian at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) since 2011. His library work focuses primarily on scholarly communications, including institutional repository development, open access policy, copyright, and OA journal publishing. Current and past research interests include fake news and misinformation, mass digitization projects, digital libraries, and data privacy. Broadly speaking, his dissertation will examine the ways in which certain personal characteristics of information users may predict the sharing of fake news and misinformation.
Proposal Title: Examination of a comprehensive model for fake news and misinformation
SJSU Supervisor: Souvick Ghosh
MMU Supervisor(s): Frances Johnson
- MLISc University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa; MA Temple University; BA Kenyon College
Current or Most Recent Position:
- Digital Services Librarian, University Library, CSUN