CSCW’15 interessante artikelen (titels)


Ha Judith,

Zoals je weet begin ik vandaag weer wat te werken na een tijdje stil te hebben gelegen. Met onze zoon Qiang gaat het goed en daarom gaan er weer uren naar het promotietraject. Nu weliswaar alleen nog na 19:30 of vandaag 20:30, maar toch.

Een van de zaken die gedurende mijn ongeveer maand afwezigheid zijn blijven liggen is de CD van de CSCW 2015. De Computer-Supported Cooperative Work Proceedings van hun conferentie in Maart van dit jaar. CSCW is een onderdeel van de ACM de Association of Computer Machinery waar ik lid van ben.

Meer dan 1900 pagina’s aan onderzoeksmateriaal over cooperative work en de rol van software daarin. Dit gezien en onderzocht vanuit verschillende contexten: onderwijs, gezondheidszorg, software engineering, etc. etc. O en er zit ook leuk materiaal voor jou bij. Het is te veel voor mijn eerste avond om samenvattingen in het Nederlands hier neer te zetten. Daarom een opsomming van titels (helaas de gekopieerde abstracts kreeg ik niet in een geschikt format gekopieerd) geselecteerd vanuit berichten waarvan ik denk O die zijn interessant voor mijn onderzoek. Maar ook MOOC gerelateerde onderzoeken. Nogmaals lezen/bestuderen moet ik ze nog. Consider dit als een preview of als een lijst van documenten waarbij hulp welkom is.

 

Understanding Copyright Law in Online Creative Communities (Page 116)
Casey Fiesler (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Jessica L. Feuston (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Amy S. Bruckman (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Emotion Map: A Location-Based Mobile Social System for Improving Emotion Awareness and Regulation (Page 130)
Yun Huang (Syracuse University)
Ying Tang (Syracuse University)
Yang Wang (Syracuse University)

From the Matrix to a Model of Coordinated Action (MoCA): A Conceptual Framework of and for CSCW (Page 179)
Charlotte P. Lee (University of Washington)
Drew Paine (University of Washington)

The Perverse Effects of Social Transparency on Online Advice Taking (Page 207)
Duyen T. Nguyen (Carnegie Mellon University)
Laura A. Dabbish (Carnegie Mellon University)
Sara Kiesler (Carnegie Mellon University)

Taking Our Time: Chronic Illness and Time-Based Objects in Families (Page 288)
Andrea Barbarin (University of Michigan)
Tiffany C. Veinot (University of Michigan)
Predrag Klasnja (University of Michigan)

Preventative vs. “Reactive”: How Parental Mediation Influences Teens’ Social Media Privacy Behaviors (Page 302)
Pamela Wisniewski (The Pennsylvania State University)
Haiyan Jia (The Pennsylvania State University)
Heng Xu (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mary Beth Rosson (The Pennsylvania State University)
John M. Carroll (The Pennsylvania State University)

Designing for Discomfort: Supporting Critical Reflection through Interactive Tools (Page 349)
Helen Halbert (University of British Columbia)
Lisa P. Nathan (University of British Columbia)

Engagement and Well-being on Social Network Sites (Page 375)
A.K.M. Najmul Islam (Aalto University (Finland) & University of Turku)
Sameer Patil (Aalto University, University of Siegen, & -Yahoo Labs)

Designing Mobile Experiences for Collocated Interaction (Page 496)
Sus Lundgren (Chalmers University of Technology/University of Gothenburg)
Joel E. Fischer (The University of Nottingham)
Stuart Reeves (University of Nottingham)
Olof Torgersson (Chalmers University of Technology/University of Gothenburg)

Risk-taking as a Learning Process for Shaping Teen’s Online Information Privacy Behaviors (Page 583)
Haiyan Jia (The Pennsylvania State University)
Pamela Wisniewski (The Pennsylvania State University)
Heng Xu (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mary Beth Rosson (The Pennsylvania State University)
John M. Carroll (The Pennsylvania State University)

The Effects of Visualizing Activity History on Attitudes and Behaviors in a Peer Production Context (Page 757)
Jennifer Marlow (Carnegie Mellon University)
Laura Dabbish (Carnegie Mellon University)

In the Flow, Being Heard, and Having Opportunities: Sources of Power and Power Dynamics in Global Teams (Page 864)
Pamela Hinds (Stanford University)
Daniela Retelny (Stanford University)
Catherine Cramton (George Mason University)

Mood Squeezer: Lightening Up the Workplace through Playful and Lightweight Interactions (Page 891)
Sarah Gallacher (University College London)
Jenny O’Connor (Imperial College London)
Jon Bird (City University, London)
Yvonne Rogers (University College London)
Licia Capra (University College London)
Daniel Harrison (University College London)
Paul Marshall (University College London)

Toward Collaborative Ideation at Scale – Leveraging Ideas from Others to Generate More Creative and Diverse Ideas (Page 937)
Pao Siangliulue (Harvard University)
Kenneth C. Arnold (Harvard University)
Krzysztof Z. Gajos (Harvard University)
Steven P. Dow (Carnegie Mellon University)

Towards an Appropriable CSCW Tool Ecology: Lessons from the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen (Page 946)
Joseph A. Gonzales (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Casey Fiesler (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Amy Bruckman (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Snack Buddy: Supporting Healthy Snacking in Low Socioeconomic Status Families (Page 1045)
Chris Schaefbauer (University of Colorado Boulder)
Danish Khan (University of Colorado Boulder)
Amy Le (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Garrett Sczechowski (Purdue University)
Katie Siek (Indiana University)

I Would Like To…, I Shouldn’t…, I Wish I…: Exploring Behavior-Change Goals for Social Networking Sites (Page 1058)
Manya Sleeper (Carnegie Mellon University)
Alessandro Acquisti (Carnegie Mellon University)
Lorrie Faith Cranor (Carnegie Mellon University)
Patrick Gage Kelley (University of New Mexico)
Sean A. Munson (University of Washington)
Norman Sadeh (Carnegie Mellon University)

Understanding the Roles and Influences of Mediators from Multiple Social Channels for Health Behavior Change (Page 1070)
Yeoreum Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Youn-kyung Lim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Talkabout: Making Distance Matter with Small Groups in Massive Classes (Page 1116)
Chinmay Kulkarni (Stanford University)
Julia Cambre (Stanford University & Coursera Inc.)
Yasmine Kotturi (University of California, San Diego)
Michael S. Bernstein (Stanford University)
Scott R. Klemmer (University of California, San Diego)

Massive Open Online Proctor: Protecting the Credibility of MOOCs Certificates (Page 1129)
Xuanchong Li (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kai-min Chang (Carnegie Mellon University)
Yueran Yuan (Carnegie Mellon University)
Alexander Hauptmann (Carnegie Mellon University)

Structuring Interactions for Large-Scale Synchronous Peer Learning (Page 1139)
D Coetzee (University of California, Berkeley)
Seongtaek Lim (University of California, Berkeley)
Armando Fox (University of California, Berkeley)
Bjorn Hartmann (University of California, Berkeley)
Marti A. Hearst (University of California, Berkeley)

NUGU: A Group-based Intervention App for Improving Self-Regulation of Limiting Smartphone Use (Page 1235)
Minsam Ko (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Subin Yang (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Joonwon Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Christian Heizmann (Hochschule Furtwangen University)
Jinyoung Jeong (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Uichin Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Daehee Shin (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Koji Yatani (The University of Tokyo)
Junehwa Song (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Kyong-Mee Chung (Yonsei University)

Shared Calendars for Home Health Management (Page 1277)
Jordan Eschler (University of Washington)
Logan Kendall (University of Washington)
Katie O’Leary (University of Washington)
Lisa M. Vizer (University of Washington)
Paula Lozano (Group Health Research Institute)
Jennifer B. McClure (Group Health Research Institute)
Wanda Pratt (University of Washington)
James D. Ralston (Group Health Research Institute)

Friendship Maintenance in the Digital Age: Applying a Relational Lens to Online Social Interaction (Page 1477)
Irina Shklovski (IT University of Copenhagen)
Louise Barkhuus (Stockholm University)
Nis Bornoe (Aalborg University)
Joseph ‘Jofish’ Kaye (Yahoo Labs)

Forum77: An Analysis of an Online Health Forum Dedicated to Addiction Recovery (Page 1511)
Diana MacLean (Stanford University)
Sonal Gupta (Stanford University)
Anna Lembke (Stanford University)
Christopher Manning (Stanford University)
Jeffrey Heer (University of Washington)

I’m Not Like My Friends: Understanding How Children with a Chronic Illness Use Technology to Maintain Normalcy (Page 1527)
Leslie S. Liu (Microsoft Research & University of Washington)
Kori Inkpen (Microsoft Research)
Wanda Pratt (University of Washington)

Individual and Social Recognition: Challenges and Opportunities in Migraine Management (Page 1540)
Sun Young Park (University of California, Irvine)
Yunan Chen (University of California, Irvine)

Not Really There: Understanding Embodied Communication Affordances in Team Perception and Participation (Page 1567)
Jacob T. Biehl (FX Palo Alto Laboratory, Inc.)
Daniel Avrahami (FX Palo Alto Laboatory, Inc.)
Anthony Dunnigan (FX Palo Alto Laboatory, Inc.)

Engaging Around Neighborhood Issues: How Online Communication Affects Offline Behavior (Page 1590)
Sheena L. Erete (DePaul University)

The Group Context Framework: An Extensible Toolkit for Opportunistic Grouping and Collaboration (Page 1602)
Adrian A. de Freitas (Carnegie Mellon University)
Anind K. Dey (Carnegie Mellon University)

From “nobody cares” to “way to go!”: A Design Framework for Social Sharing in Personal Informatics (Page 1622)
Daniel A. Epstein (University of Washington)
Bradley H. Jacobson (University of Washington)
Elizabeth Bales (University of Washington)
David W. McDonald (University of Washington)
Sean A. Munson (University of Washington)

(Infra)structures of Volunteering (Page 1704)
Amy Voida (Indiana University, IUPUI)
Zheng Yao (Cornell University)
Matthias Korn (Indiana University, IUPUI)

Transition and Reflection in the Use of Health Information: The Case of Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Caregivers (Page 1763)
Elizabeth Kaziunas (University of Michigan)
Ayse G. Buyuktur (University of Michigan)
Jasmine Jones (University of Michigan)
Sung W. Choi (University of Michigan)
David A. Hanauer (University of Michigan)
Mark S. Ackerman (University of Michigan)

Spaceship Launch: Designing a Collaborative Exergame for Families (Page 1776)
Herman Saksono (Northeastern University)
Ashwini Ranade (Northeastern University)
Geeta Kamarthi (Northeastern University)
Carmen Castaneda-Sceppa (Northeastern University)
Jessica A. Hoffman (Northeastern University)
Cathy Wirth (Northeastern University)
Andrea G. Parker (Northeastern University)

Making “Safe”: Community-Centered Practices in a Virtual World Dedicated to Children with Autism (Page 1788)
Kathryn E. Ringland (University of California, Irvine)
Christine T. Wolf (University of California, Irvine)
Lynn Dombrowski (University of California, Irvine)
Gillian R. Hayes (University of California, Irvine)

Motivating Multi-Generational Crowd Workers in Social-Purpose Work (Page 1813)
Masatomo Kobayashi (IBM Research – Tokyo)
Shoma Arita (The University of Tokyo)
Toshinari Itoko (IBM Research – Tokyo)
Shin Saito (IBM Research – Tokyo)
Hironobu Takagi (IBM Research – Tokyo)

Enhancing Evaluation of Potential Dates Online Through Paired Collaborative Activities (Page 1849)
Doug Zytko (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Guo Freeman (Indiana University)
Sukeshini A. Grandhi (Eastern Connecticut State University)
Susan C. Herring (Indiana University Bloomington)
Quentin Jones (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

Games for Crowds: A Crowdsourcing Game Platform for the Enterprise (Page 1860)
Ido Guy (Yahoo Labs)
Anat Hashavit (IBM Research – Haifa)
Yaniv Corem (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Collective Intelligence or Group Think? Engaging Participation Patterns in World without Oil (Page 1872)
Nassim JafariNaimi (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Eric M. Meyers (University of British Columbia)

Understanding Student Motivation, Behaviors and Perceptions in MOOCs (Page 1882)
Saijing Zheng (The Pennsylvania State University)
Mary Beth Rosson (The Pennsylvania State University)
Patrick C. Shih (The Pennsylvania State University)
John M. Carroll (The Pennsylvania State University)
 

 

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