Three UMSI faculty members receive honorable mention for papers at CSCW

Several faculty members and students of the University of Michigan School of Information (UMSI) will be presenting papers and serving on panels at the upcoming ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2016), to be held February 27-March 2 in San Francisco, CA.

CSCW is the leading venue for presenting research in the design and use of technologies that affect groups, organizations, communities, and networks. It brings together top researchers and practitioners from academia and industry who are interested in the area of social computing.

Two papers by UMSI faculty have been selected for honorable mentions as best papers: “Monitoring and Trust in Virtual Teams” by assistant professor Lionel P. Robert Jr. and “First-Generation Students and College: The Role of Facebook Networks as Information Sources” by research fellow Grace YoungJoo Jeon, professor Nicole Ellison, and their co-authors Bernie Hogan and Christine Greenhow.

UMSI participation, in order of event.
Names of UMSI faculty and students are in bold.

Saturday, Feb 27
Workshop: Collaborative Appropriation: How Couples, Teams, Groups and Communities Adapt and Adopt Technologies.
Paper: “A Case Study of Appropriation Diffusion in a Semi-Anonymous Network”
Jean Hardy

Sunday, Feb 28
Doctoral Symposium
Paper: “Understand the Design and Implementation of Civic Technologies in Public Organizations”
Youyang Hou

Day-long Workshop
Large-Scale Collaborative Projects to Affect Societal Change
Mark Ackerman, co-leader



Monday, Feb 29
11:00-12:30
Panel: Visibility in Digital Space: Controlling Personal Information Online
Sarita Schoenebeck, panelist

2:30-4:00
Paper: “Do Massive Open Online Course Platforms Support Employability?”
Tawanna Dillahunt, Michelle Fiesta (MSI ’15), Sandy Ng (MSI ’16)

Honorable Mention
Paper: “Monitoring and Trust in Virtual Teams”
Lionel P. Robert Jr.

Panel: Robots as Cooperative Partners… We Hope
Cliff Lampe (Moderator)

Tuesday, 3/1
11:00-12:30
Honorable Mention
Paper: “First-Generation Students and College: The Role of Facebook Networks as Information Sources”
Grace YoungJoo Jeon, Nicole Ellison, Bernie Hogan, Christine Greenhow

Paper: “Identity Work on Social Sites: Disadvantaged Students’ College Transition Processes”
Tsubasa Morioka, Nicole Ellison, Michael Brown

Paper: “Policy as Embedded Generativity: A Case Study of the Emergence and Evolution of HathiTrust”
Alissa Centivany

Panel: Does the Sharing Economy Do Any Good?
Tawanna Dillahunt, moderator


Wednesday, 3/2
9:00-10:30
Paper: “Thanks for your interest in our Facebook group, but it’s only for dads: Social Roles of Stay-at-Home Dads”
Tawfiq Ammari, Sarita Schoenebeck

Paper: “Not at the Dinner Table: Parents’ and Children’s Perspectives on Family Technology Rules”
Alexis Hiniker, Sarita Schoenebeck, Julie A. Kientz

Paper: “Managing Expectations: Technology Tensions among Parents and Teens”
Lindsay Blackwell, Sarita Schoenebeck, Emma Gardiner (BSI)

11:00-12:30
Paper: “Playful Backstalling and Serious Impression Management: How Young Adults Reflect on their Past Identities on Facebook”
Sarita Schoenebeck, Nicole Ellison, Lindsay Blackwell, Joseph B. Bayer, Emily B. Falk

Paper: “Reality and Perception of Copyright Terms of Service for Online Content Creation”
Casey Fiesler, Cliff Lampe, Amy S. Bruckman

2:30-4:00
Panel: Practice-based CSCW Research: ECSCW Bridging across the Atlantic
Mark Ackerman

Posted January 21, 2016