Values in Design
New York University
239 Greene Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10003

Values-in-Design Council

The Values-in-Design Council is a multi-disciplinary team of experts in values-in-design who will work alongside the four recipients of the National Science Foundation's Future Internet Architecture Initiative (FIA) large projects grants, announced August 31, 2010. Council members will serve as analysts and consultants to the FIA projects, helping to identify junctures in the design process in which values-critical technical decisions arise; locating design parameters and variations that differentially call into play relevant values; for and with respective projects, developing rich conceptual understandings of relevant values; for and with project investigators, operationalizing values to enable transition from values conceptions into design features; with FIA investigators, examining the interplay of values embodied in design with respective values embodied in law and policy; and where possible, verifying values in design through prototyping, user testing and other empirical analyses. These activities are all components of Values-in-Design (VID), an approach to analyzing and designing technology.

Council Members

Yochai Benkler, Harvard Law School
Geoffrey Bowker, School of Information Science, University of Pittsburgh
Finn Brunton, School of Information, University of Michigan
Paul Dourish, Department of Information and Computer Science, UC Irvine
Batya Friedman, The Information School, University of Washington
Alexander Galloway, Department of Media, Culture & Communication, NYU
Tarleton Gillespie, Department of Communication, Cornell University
James Grimmelmann, New York Law School
Chris Hoofnagle, Center for Law & Technology, UC Berkeley
Deborah Johnson, Department of Science, Technology & Society, University of Virginia
Deirdre Mulligan, School of Information, UC Berkeley
Helen Nissenbaum (PI), Department of Media, Culture & Communication, NYU
Paul Ohm, University of Colorado Law School, University of Colorado at Boulder
Phoebe Sengers, Department of Information Science and S&TS, Cornell University
Luke Stark (RA), Department of Media, Culture & Communication, NYU
Michael Zimmer, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee


VID Council Documents

Below you will find documents related to the NSF Future Internet Architecture Initiative, reports produced by the Values in Design Council, and links to important sites and documents related to the NSF-FIA-VID project. Please note that these documents relate in many cases to unpublished material and should not be distributed. If you would like to use material gained from these documents or from a Future Internet Architecture meeting in your own research or published work, please contact us so we can put you in touch with the appropriate project PIs.

 

FIA Technical Teams

eXpressive Internet Architecture (XIA) - http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~xia/

Named Data Networking (NDN) - http://www.named-data.net/

NEBULA - http://nebula.cis.upenn.edu/

Mobility First - http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu/

Please note that all technical documents, white papers, and slides are available on the individual team sites listed above.

 

VID Council Summary Report

Summary Report - An overview of the activities of the Values in Design (VID) Council over the first phase of the Future Internet Architecture (FIA) project.

VID Meeting Reports

Introductory Meeting (Nov 15-16, 2010)

Short Summary - A brief summary of the meeting, the role of the council, the goals set forth, and plans for future meetings.

Project Overviews - An overview of each technical project to serve as a reference for council members at future meetings.

Meeting on Security and Privacy (May 25-26, 2011)

Short Summary - A brief summary of the meeting, an analysis of the privacy and security objectives of each project and the interests and concerns of the council.

Long-Form Meeting Summary - A long form transcript of the full meeting in edited form.

Council Member Reports


Meeting on Deployability (April 19-20, 2012)

Short Summary - A brief summary of the meeting, an analysis of the deployability questions surrounding each project and the interests
and concerns of the council.

Long-Form Meeting Summary - A long form transcript of the full meeting in edited form.

Council Member Reports

Meeting on Scenarios (October 1-2, 2012)

Short Summary - A brief summary of the meeting, discussion of the real-world scenarios presented to each project, and the interests
and concerns of the council.

Long-Form Meeting Summary - A long form transcript of the full meeting in edited form.

Council Member Reports

Meeting on Evaluation (March 18-19, 2013)

Short Summary - A brief summary of the meeting, evaluation criteria and next steps for the FIA projects, and the interests and concerns of the council.

Council Member Reports