iConference 2011, Inspiration, Integrity, and Intrepidity, Seattle, Washington, USA, February 8-11, 2011.
ACM 2011, ISBN 978-1-4503-0121-3
: Sharing the private in public: indigenous cultural property and online media.
Naresh Kumar Agarwal
: Information source and its relationship with the context of information seeking behavior.
: Technology as amplifier in international development.
, Jonathan Lazar
: Are separate interfaces inherently unequal?: an evaluation with blind users of the usability of two interfaces for a social networking platform.
: A conceptualization of interaction with genres in the context of information practices.
: iSchool agenda: mobile context research and teaching.
: iControl: comparing control architectures in computing technology.
: How did the computer disappear?: HCI during the experience of Second Life.
, Mo Wang
, Robert Feldman
: Preferences for health information and decision-making: development of the Health Information Wants (HIW) questionnaire.
, Jessica Bates
: Migrants' information practices and use of social media in Ireland: networks and community.
, Yuan Sun
, Elizabeth Thiry
: Do you believe in love at first sight: effects of media richness via modalities on viewers' overall impressions of online dating profiles.
, Christopher Lueg
: Information grounds and micro information seeking: unpacking the complexities of community education and recruitment in breast screening service delivery.
, Ann Peterson Bishop
: This is the real me: a community informatics researcher joins the barrio arts, culture, and communication academy in a health information campaign.
David A. Askay
: Of values and functionality: the sequestering nonpositive reviews in an online feedback system.
: The influence of commercial intent of search results on their perceived relevance.
: Governance of labor in digital video networks.
: The cybernavigators of Chicago public library and the 'informatics moment': the information revolution in civil society and people's everyday lives.
: XooML: XML in support of many tools working on a single organization of personal information.
: Data mining technology across academic disciplines.
David J. Saab
: An emergent culture model for discerning tag semantics in folksonomies.
: The structure of collaborative problem solving in a virtual math team.
, Leysia Palen
: More than the usual suspects: the physical self and other resources for learning to program using a 3D avatar environment.
: Moving beyond sharing vs. withholding to understand how scientists share data through large-scale, open access databases.
, Xiaozhong Liu
: Predicting popularity of online distributed applications: iTunes app store case analysis.
: Enhancing social inclusion of rural libraries: a community outreach approach.
: 1857 California post-earthquake information practices.
Barbara M. Hayes
: Everyday information in American philanthropy: informed giving.
: "Green" digital Bangladesh: is it ready to face the challenges of climate change?
Melissa P. Johnston
: The school librarian as a technology integration leader: enablers and barriers to leadership enactment.
: A confirmatory factor analysis of library use.
: Iconic images and citizen journalism.
: Public journalism and the democratic process.
: Getting from here to there: information practices of immigrants in urban environments.
Karen Lynn MacKay
: Lost in translation?: an investigation of the interpretative process via the creation of a memento based on dream analysis.
: Team Edward or team Jacob?: how user-generated content is transforming young adult literature.
Rebecca J. Morris
: "Major stewards of storytelling": pre-service librarians' perspectives on librarians' roles in 21st century storytelling.
: Connections for game education and research in the iSchools.
Shannon M. Oltmann
: Telephone & email interviews: using the respondents' context to determine the best interview mode.
, Alfred Kobsa
: Personality-based privacy management for location-sharing in diverse subpopulations.
, Kelly Lyons
: Internet utilization in decision making among emergent knowledge workers: poster proposal.
: Annotation evolution: how Web 2.0 technologies are enabling a change in annotation practice.
Eileen M. Trauth
, Lee B. Erickson
: Social inclusion in the information economy: the context of university-industry collaborations for regional innovation.
: North-American aboriginal curators' understandings of aboriginal cultural heritage: a discourse-analytic approach.
Earl J. Wagner
, Jimmy Lin
: In-depth accounts and passing mentions in the news: connecting readers to the context of a news event.
Karen M. Wickett
: Expressiveness requirements for reasoning about collection/item metadata relationships.
: eBirding: technology adoption and the transformation of leisure into science.
: The emotional world of health online communities.
: Exploring a web space for consumer health information: implications for design.
: Effects of tasks on users' perceptions of the content of a web-based IR system.
Jessica E. Moyer
: "Teens today don't read books anymore": a study of differences in interest and comprehension in multiple modalities.
: Information in our world: epistemological assumptions of concepts of information and research consequences.
: Infrastructures to imagine: the Mexican internet industry.
: Microblogging for distributed surveillance in response to violent crises: ethical considerations.
: Large-scale book digitization in historical context: outlines of a comparison.
Jung A. Lee
: Neurophysiological analyses of the effects of online interactive tailored health videos (via web-automated human interaction technologies) on attention to health messages.
: Building values into the design of pervasive mobile technologies.
: Investigating genre-credibility relations in the context of scholars' information practices.
: Information sharing in community-based multi-organizational networks.
: Architecture strategy of personalized information environment.
: Modeling citizenship information behavior and political action.