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CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Friends, romans, countrymen: lend me your URLs. using social chatter to personalize web search
People often find useful content on the web via social media. However, it is difficult to manually aggregate the information and recommendations embedded in a torrent of social ...
Abhinay Nagpal, Sudheendra Hangal, Rifat Reza Joye...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Dynamic changes in motivation in collaborative citizen-science projects
Online citizen science projects engage volunteers in collecting, analyzing, and curating scientific data. Existing projects have demonstrated the value of using volunteers to coll...
Dana Rotman, Jenny Preece, Jen Hammock, Kezee Proc...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Culturally based design: embodying trans-surface interaction in rummy
Andruid Kerne, William A. Hamilton, Zachary O. Tou...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Designing a social network to support the independence of young adults with autism
Independence is key to a successful transition to adulthood for individuals with autism. Social support is a crucial factor for achieving adaptive self-help life skills. In this p...
Hwajung Hong, Jennifer G. Kim, Gregory D. Abowd, R...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Social coding in GitHub: transparency and collaboration in an open software repository
Social applications on the web let users track and follow the activities of a large number of others regardless of location or affiliation. There is a potential for this transpare...
Laura A. Dabbish, H. Colleen Stuart, Jason Tsay, J...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Socializing volunteers in an online community: a field experiment
Although many off-line organizations give their employees training, mentorship, a cohort and other socialization experiences that improve their retention and productivity, online ...
Rosta Farzan, Robert Kraut, Aditya Pal, Joseph A. ...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
CoRED: browser-based Collaborative Real-time Editor for Java web applications
While the users of completed applications are heavily moving from desktop to the web browser, the majority of developers are still working with desktop IDEs such as Eclipse or Vis...
Janne Lautamäki, Antti Nieminen, Johannes Kos...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
The Egyptian blogosphere: a counter-narrative of the revolution
In this paper we investigate the role blogs played within the context of the Egyptian revolution of early 2011 using blog
Ban Al-Ani, Gloria Mark, Justin Chung, Jennifer Jo...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Lurking as personal trait or situational disposition: lurking and contributing in enterprise social media
We examine patterns of participation by employees who are members of multiple online communities in an enterprise communities service. Our analysis focuses on statistical patterns...
Michael Muller
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