2. Academic Positions
3. Professional Positions see also my LinkedIn Profile
4. Major Fields of Scholarly and Professional Interest
5. Scholarships, Fellowships, Honours and Awards
6. Scholarly and Professional Publications
6.1 Articles Published in Refereed Journals
Hondula D. M., Kuras E. R., Longo J., & Johnston E.W. (2017). Toward Precision Governance: Infusing Data into Public Management of Environmental Hazards. Public Management Review, Vol. xx, no. x, pp. xx-xx.
Longo, J., Kuras, E., Smith, H., Hondula, D. M. & Johnston, E. (2017), Technology Use, Exposure to Natural Hazards, and Being Digitally Invisible: Implications for Policy Analytics. Policy & Internet, Vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 76–108 doi:10.1002/poi3.144
Janssen, M., Matheus, R., Longo, J., & Weerakkody, V. (2017). Transparency-by-Design as a Foundation for Open Government. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, Vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 2-8 doi:10.1108/TG-02-2017-0015
Till, B. C., Longo, J., Dobell, A. R., & Driessen, P. F. (2014), Self-organizing maps for latent semantic analysis of free-form text in support of public policy analysis. WIREs Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 71–86 doi: 10.1002/widm.1112.
Longo, J. (2011). #OpenData: Digital-Era Governance Thoroughbred or New Public Management Trojan Horse? Public Policy and Governance Review. Vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 38-51. Spring 2011. (Winning Essay, 2011 Sylvia Ostry Prize in Public Policy).
6.2 Refereed Book Chapters
Longo, Justin. 2017. “Towards Policy Analysis 2.0: Platforms for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration Among Policy Analysis.” In Michael Howlett, Adam Wellstead and Jonathan Craft (eds.) Policy Work in Canada: Professional Practices and Analytical Capacities. Chapter 17, pp. 302-321. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Longo, Justin, Dara M. Wald and David M. Hondula. 2015. “The Future of Policy Informatics.” In Erik W. Johnston (ed.) Governance in the Information Era: Theory and Practice of Policy Informatics. Chapter 19, pp. 335-352. New York: Routledge.
Longo, Justin. 2015. “The Future of Computer-Supported Policy Analysis: Openness, Collaboration, Collective Intelligence and Competition.” In Edward A. Parson (ed.) A Subtle Balance: Expertise, Evidence, and Democracy in Public Policy & Governance, 1970-2010. Chapter 12, pp. 183-206. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.
6.3 Articles and Chapters in Review
Longo, J. & McNutt, K. (2017). From Policy Analysis to Policy Analytics. In M. Howlett and L. Dobuzinskis (eds.) Policy Analysis in Canada. Polity Press / International Library of Policy Analysis.
Longo, J. (2017). Citizen and Stakeholder Engagement into the Digital Era: From Spicer to #Hashtags. Canadian Public Administration.
6.4 Examined Papers
Longo, Justin. 2013. Towards policy analysis 2.0. (Order No. NR98532, University of Victoria (Canada)). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, 351. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1458439065
6.5 Presented Papers, Lectures, Addresses
Longo, Justin. 2017. “From Policy Analysis to Policy Analytics: Implications of the Digitally Invisible, and Apparative Possibilities.” Big Data in Cities: Barriers and Benefits Symposium. Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford, Ontario. Monday May 8th, 2017.
Longo, Justin. 2016. “Policy Analytics: Realtime Policy Micro-Experimentation.” Address to the Saskatchewan Economics Association Annual Conference. Regina, Saskatchewan. Thursday October 27 2016.
Longo, Justin and Dionne Pohler. 2016. “Governance in the Digital Era: The Über-Example.” 2016 Public Management Research Association Conference, June 22–24, Aarhus University, Denmark.
Longo, Justin. 2016. “Engaging Citizen Analysts to Create a Canadian Public Policy Memex.” CAPPA 2016, May 16-17 2016, Quebec City.
Longo, Justin. 2015. “Open Government Through the Lens of the TV Family.” Ignite Session: Open Government - How Do We Get There and Why Does it Matter? GTEC Conference, October 21, Ottawa. (video of presentation; plus full session video record).
Longo, Justin and Tanya Kelley. 2015. “Use of GitHub as a Platform for Open Collaboration on Text Documents.” OpenSym 2015, August 19-21, San Francisco.
Longo, Justin. 2015. “VCS: Virtual citizen science is dead. Long-live virtual citizen-ship.” Presented to an NSF-sponsored Workshop: “Future Technology to Preserve College Student Health and Foster Wellbeing (StudentHealth)”. Organized by Bonnie Spring and Andrew Campbell. Chicago, July 30-31 2015.
Longo, Justin, David M. Hondula, Evan R. Kuras and Erik W. Johnston. 2015. “Challenges in Revealing the Bright Shadows of the Digitally Invisible.” Policy Making in the Big Data Era, June 15-17, University of Cambridge.
Longo, Justin and Erik W. Johnston. 2015. “Public Sector Open Innovation: Loose Meaning, Tight Barriers.” 2015 Public Management Research Association Conference, June 11–13, University of Minnesota.
Kelley, Tanya, Justin Longo and Erik W. Johnston. 2015. “User-Centered Open Governance: Engaging the Public on Their Terms, Not Yours.” American Society for Public Administration 76th Annual Conference, March 6-10 Chicago, Illinois.
Longo, Justin. 2015. “At the intersection of beliefs, values, opinions, evidence and facts: Can an artificial intelligence policy analyst help us?” Invited panellist at Digital Governance Forum session on Policy Analysis and Advising Elected Leaders: Searching for Relevance in a Dis-intermediated World (video record 21:45 - 31:10). January 28-29, 2015. Ottawa: Institute on Governance.
Moran K, Riddell DJ, Hoeberechts M, Flagg R, Walsh J, Morley MG, Dobell AR, Longo, J (2015), “Using Citizen Science to Close Gaps in Cabled Ocean Observatory Research.” Abstract ED53B-0854 presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 14-18 Dec.
Longo, Justin and Rod Dobell. 2014. “At the intersection of beliefs, values, opinions, evidence and facts: can policy informatics act as an honest traffic cop?” Centre for Global Studies Guest Speaker Series. August 6, 2014. Victoria, B.C.: University of Victoria.
Longo, Justin. 2014. “Are Crowds Wise?” Centre for Global Studies Guest Speaker Series. January 15, 2014. Victoria, B.C.: University of Victoria.
Longo, Justin. 2013. “Enterprise social collaboration amongst policy analysts: Barriers and opportunities in moving towards policy analysis 2.0.” Panel 3: managing social media in government. dg.o 2013. Université Laval, Québec City. June 19 2013.
Longo, Justin. 2011. “Computer-Supported Policy Analysis and the Future of the Profession.” Presentation to: A Fine Balance: Evidence, Expertise and Democracy in Policy and Governance, 1960-2011 (A Symposium Inspired by the Intellectual Legacy of Prof. A. R. Dobell). August 19-20, 2011. Victoria, B.C.: University of Victoria.
Dobell, A.R., Justin Longo and J. Walsh. 2011. “Digital Fishers in the Salish Sea: Cutting Edge Science for Inclusive Public Policy.” Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia, October 25-27, 2011.
Longo, Justin and A.R. Dobell. 2010. “Enlisting digital fishers to assess data from the deep and elicit judgment from the crowd.” Barkley Sound Knowledge Symposium. Bamfield, British Columbia, February 9-11, 2010.
6.6 Other Activities, Publications and Media
Regular blog contributor at:
Charette, Corinne, Sara Diamond, and Justin Longo. (2017). “Armchair Discussion: Transformation Through Big Data.” Canada School for Public Service, April 13, Ottawa. (video record).
Béland, Daniel and Justin Longo. 2016. “Viewpoint: Wall right to consider move to a presumed consent law.” Ottawa Citizen.
Longo, Justin. 2015. “Open Government Through the Lens of the TV Family.” Ignite Session: Open Government - How Do We Get There and Why Does it Matter? GTEC Conference, October 21, Ottawa. (video record).
Longo, Justin. 2015. “Reflections on the Career of Rod Dobell.” (video record). June 24, University of Victoria.
Longo, Justin. 2015. “At the intersection of beliefs, values, opinions, evidence and facts: Can an artificial intelligence policy analyst help us?” (video record). January 29, 2015. Ottawa: Institute on Governance.
6.7 Workshops and Tutorials
6.8 Computer Programs
Ocean Networks Canada. 2011. Digital Fishers. [Computer Software]. Victoria, B.C.: Ocean Networks Canada / Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria. (role: concept, lead UX/UI designer).
Pelton, Tim, Leslee Francis Pelton, Justin Longo and Joshua Smith. 2010. Carbon Choices for iOS (Version 1.0). [Computer Software]. Victoria, B.C.: HeavyLifters Network Ltd. (role: concept, storyline, calculation of carbon equivalents).
7.2 Teaching Assistantships
7.3 Guest Lectures
7.4 Teaching Evaluations
7.5 Student Supervision
8.2 Under Review
9. Academic Service Activities
9.1 University of Regina Committees
9.2 Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy Committees
9.3 Other Committees
9.5 Journal Reviewer
9.6 Book Proposal Reviewer
9.7 Invited Expert
Ditchley Foundation Conference: The Digital Economy - Power and Accountability in the Private Sector. 10-12 December 2015. Oxfordshire, UK. (My observations can be found here).
European Commission Expert Workshop on Data Mining, hosted by Science Metrix. November 19 2015, Brussels, Belgium.
10. Community Volunteer Activities
All contact information can be found at http://www.digitalgovernancelab.org/contact/
This CV is available online at http://bit.ly/jlongocv
The archive version of this CV with items prior to 2010 is here.