Advance Program | Doctoral Colloquium

Accepted Submissions

  • Information & Social Networks: Engineering Attitudes & Behaviors
    Andy Brooks, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Breaking News on Wikipedia: Dynamics, Structures, and Roles in High-Tempo Collaboration
    Brian Keegan, Northwestern University, USA
  • Craft, Computing and Culture
    Daniela Rosner, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Gone Fishin': Information Technology in the Icelandic Fishery
    Hrönn Brynjarsdóttir, Cornell University, USA
  • Planning in an Italian airport
    Ilaria Redaelli, University of Lugano, Switzerland
  • Using Teamwork and Taskwork to Study Information Sharing
    Jim Wallace, University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Building the Claims Web
    Jodie Schneider, National University of Ireland, Ireland
  • Crowd Computation: Organizing Information during Mass Disruption Events
    Kate Starbird, University of Colorado, USA
  • Role Clarity in Distributed Workgroups: The Use of Awareness Displays to Provide Role-Related Information
    Lindsay Reynolds, Cornell University, USA
  • Social Networking Technologies and Knowledge Sharing in Organizations
    Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, Syracuse University, USA
  • Social Media at Work: Structures of Collaboration
    Osama Mansour, Linneus University, Sweden
  • Collective Capabilities: Building a theory of coordinated collective action in a Networked Improvement Community
    Peter Wardrip, University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Creative Self-Expression in Socio- Technical Systems
    Tyler Pace, Indiana University, USA
  • Multilingual Microblogging: Social Networks and Language Choice
    Irene Eleta, University of Maryland, USA

Interactive Posters Co-Chairs

Leysia Palen, University of Colorado
Dave Randall, University of Siegen