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Wendy A. Kellogg, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA
Shumin Zhai, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA

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Collective Efficacy as a Measure of Community*
John Carroll, The Pennsylvania State University (USA), Mary Beth Rosson, The Pennsylvania State University (USA), and Jingying Zhou, The Pennsylvania State University (USA)

How Oversight Improves Member-Maintained Communities
Dan Cosley, University of Minnesota (USA), Dan Frankowski, University of Minnesota (USA), Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Loren G. Terveen, University of Minnesota (USA), John Riedl, University of Minnesota (USA)

Grounding Needs: Achieving Common Ground via Lightweight Text Chat in Large, Distributed, Ad-Hoc Groups
Jeremy P. Birnholtz, University of Michigan (USA), Thomas A. Finholt, University of Michigan (USA), Daniel B. Horn, US Army Research Institute (USA), Sung Joo Bae, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)

Tool for Accurately Predicting Website Navigation Problems, Non-Problems, Problem Severity, and Effectiveness of Repairs
Marilyn Hughes Blackmon, University of Colorado at Boulder (USA), Muneo Kitajima, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), Peter G. Polson, University of Colorado at Boulder (USA)

Is Your Web Page Accessible? A Comparative Study of Methods for Assessing Web Page Accessibility for the Blind
Jennifer Mankoff, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Holly Fait, Exploratorium (USA), Tu Tran, University of California, Berkeley (USA)

A Comparison of LSA, WordNet, and PMI-IR for Predicting User Click Behavior
Ishwinder Kaur, University of Oregon (USA), Anthony J. Hornof, University of Oregon (USA)

Modeling and Improving Selection in Cascading Pull-Down Menus Using Fitts’ Law, the Steering Law and Force Fields*
David Ahlstroem, Department of Informatics-Systems, University of Klagenfurt (Austria)

Tuning and Testing Scrolling Interfaces that Automatically Zoom*
Andy Cockburn, University of Canterbury (New Zealand), Joshua Savage, Leftclick Ltd (New Zealand), Andrew Wallace, University of Canterbury (New Zealand)

Location Disclosure to Social Relations: Why, When, & What People Want to Share*
Sunny Consolvo, Intel Research Seattle (USA), Ian E. Smith, Intel Research Seattle (USA), Tara Matthews, Intel Research Seattle (USA), Anthony LaMarca, Intel Research Seattle (USA), Jason Tabert, Intel Research Seattle (USA), Pauline Powledge, Intel Research Seattle (USA)

Privacy and Proportionality: Adapting Legal Evaluation Techniques to Inform Design in Ubiquitous Computing
Giovanni Iachello, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Gregory D. Abowd, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

Who Gets to Know What When: Configuring Privacy Permissions in an Awareness Application
Sameer Patil, University of California at Irvine (USA), Jennifer Lai, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA)

Use of Eye Movements as Feedforward Training for a Synthetic Aircraft Inspection Task*
Sajay Sadasivan, Clemson University (USA), Joel Greenstein, Clemson University (USA), Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University (USA), Anand Gramopadhye, Clemson University (USA)

EyeWindows: Evaluation of Eye-Controlled Zooming Windows for Focus Selection
David Fono, Queen’s University (Canada), Roel Vertegaal, Queen’s University (Canada)

EyeDraw: Enabling Children with Severe Motor Impairments to Draw with Their Eyes
Anthony J. Hornof, University of Oregon (USA), Anna Cavender, University of Washington (USA)

Saving and Using Encountered Information: Implications for Electronic Periodicals
Catherine C. Marshall, Microsoft (USA), Sara Bly, Sara Bly Consulting (USA)

“Documents at Hand:” Learning from Paper to Improve Digital Technologies
Olha Bondarenko, Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands), Ruud Janssen, Océ Technologies B.V. (The Netherlands)

Findex: Search Result Categories Help Users When Document Ranking Fails
Mika Käki, University of Tampere (Finland)

Six Themes of the Communicative Appropriation of Photographic Images
Amy Voida, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Elizabeth D. Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

Making Space for Stories: Ambiguity in the Design of Personal Communication Systems*
Paul M. Aoki, PARC (USA), Allison Woodruff, Intel Research (USA)

Listening In: Practices Surrounding iTunes Music Sharing*
Amy Voida, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Rebecca E. Grinter, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Nicolas Ducheneaut, Palo Alto Research Center (USA), W. Keith Edwards, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Mark W. Newman, Palo Alto Research Center (USA)

Conversing with the User Based on Eye-Gaze Patterns
Pernilla Qvarfordt, Linköping University (Sweden), Shumin Zhai, IBM Almaden Research Center (USA)

Effects of Task Properties, Partner Actions, and Message Content on Gaze Patterns in a Collaborative Task
Jiazhi Ou, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Lui Min Oh, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Jie Yang, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Susan R. Fussell, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)

Individual Differences in Multimodal Integration Patterns: What Are They and Why Do They Exist?*
Sharon Oviatt, Oregon Health & Science University (USA), Rebecca Lunsford, Oregon Health & Science University (USA), Rachel Coulston, Oregon Health & Science University (USA)

AppLens and LaunchTile: Two Designs for One-Handed Thumb Use on Small Devices*
Amy K. Karlson, University of Maryland (USA), Benjamin B. Bederson, University of Maryland (USA), John SanGiovanni, Microsoft Research (USA)

Alphabetically Constrained Keypad Designs for Text Entry on Mobile Devices
Jun Gong, Northeastern University (USA), Peter Tarasewich, Northeastern University (USA)

tranSticks: Physically Manipulatable Virtual Connections
Yuji Ayatsuka, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. (Japan), Jun Rekimoto, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. (Japan)

Discrete Acceleration and Personalised Tiling as Brain-Body Interface Paradigms for Neurorehabilitation
Paul Gnanayutham, University of Portsmouth (UK), Chris Bloor, University of Sunderland (UK), Gilbert Cockton, University of Sunderland (UK)

Effectiveness of Directional Vibrotactile Cuing on a Building-Clearing Task
Robert Lindeman, The George Washington University (USA), John Sibert, The George Washington University (USA), Erick Mendez-Mendez, The George Washington University (USA), Sachin Patil, The George Washington University (USA), Daniel Phifer, The George Washington University (USA)

The Bubble Cursor: Enhancing Target Acquisition by Dynamic Resizing of the Cursor’s Activation Area*
Tovi Grossman, University of Toronto (Canada), Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto (Canada)

Comparing Cursor Orientations for Mouse, Pointer, and Pen Interaction
Barry A. Po, University of British Columbia (Canada), Brian D. Fisher, University of British Columbia (Canada), Kellogg S. Booth, University of British Columbia (Canada)

Snap-and-Go: Helping Users Align Objects without the Modality of Traditional Snapping*
Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research (USA), Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research (USA), Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research (USA), Adam Eversole, Microsoft Research (USA)

Towards an Index of Opportunity: Understanding Changes in Mental Workload During Task Execution*
Shamsi Iqbal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (USA), Piotr Adamczyk, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (USA), Sam Zheng, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (USA), Brian Bailey, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (USA)

Using Context-Aware Computing to Reduce the Perceived Burden of Interruptions from Mobile Devices
Joyce Ho, MIT (USA), Stephen S. Intille, MIT (USA)

Examining Task Engagement in Sensor-Based Statistical Models of Human Interruptibility*
James Fogarty, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Andrew J. Ko, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Htet Htet Aung, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Elspeth Golden, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Karen P. Tang, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Scott E. Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)

The Vacuum: Facilitating the Manipulation of Distant Objects
Anastasia Bezerianos, University of Toronto (Canada), Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto (Canada)

A Comparison of Techniques for Multi-Display Reaching
Miguel Nacenta, University of Saskatchewan (Canada), Dzmitry Aliakseyeu, Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands), Sriram Subramanian, University of Saskatchewan (Canada), Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan (Canada)

Extensible Input Handling in the subArctic Toolkit
Scott Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Jennifer Mankoff, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Ian Smith, Intel Research (USA)

Prefuse: A Toolkit for Interactive Information Visualization
Jeffrey Heer, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Stuart Card, Palo Alto Research Center, Inc. (USA), James Landay, University of Washington (USA)

Visualization of Mappings Between Schemas
George G. Robertson, Microsoft Research (USA), Mary P. Czerwinski, Microsoft Research (USA), John E. Churchill, Microsoft (USA)

Improving Aviation Safety with Information Visualization: A Flight Simulation Study
Cecilia Aragon, University of California, Berkeley and NASA (USA), Marti Hearst, University of California, Berkeley (USA)

Comparing Usability Problems and Redesign Proposals as Input to Practical Systems Development*
Kasper Hornbæk, University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Erik Frøkjær, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

A Method to Standardize Usability Metrics into a Single Score
Jeff Sauro, PeopleSoft, Inc. (USA), Erika Kindlund, Intuit, Inc. (USA)

Supporting Efficient Development of Cognitive Models at Multiple Skill Levels: Exploring Recent Advances in Constraint-Based Modeling*
Irene Tollinger, NASA Ames Research Center (USA), Richard Lewis, University of Michigan (USA), Michael McCurdy, NASA Ames Research Center (USA), Preston Tollinger, NASA Ames Research Center (USA), Alonso Vera, NASA Ames Research Center (USA), Andrew Howes, Cardiff University (Wales), Laura Palton, NASA Ames Research Center (USA)

Urban Probes: Encountering Our Emerging Urban Atmospheres
Eric Paulos, Intel Research (USA), Tom Jenkins, Royal College of Art (UK)

DeDe: Design and Evaluation of a Context-Enhanced Mobile Messaging System
Younghee Jung, Nokia Corporation (Finland), Per Persson, Nokia Corporation (Finland), Jan Blom, Nokia Research Center (Finland)

Applying the Lessons of the Attack on the World Trade Center, 11th September, 2001, to the Design and Use of Interactive Evacuation Simulations*
Christopher W. Johnson, University of Glasgow (UK)

A Visual Recipe Book for Persons with Language Impairments
Kimberly Tee, University of British Columbia (Canada), Karyn Moffatt, University of British Columbia (Canada), Leah Findlater, University of British Columbia (Canada), Eve MacGregor, University of British Columbia (Canada), Joanna McGrenere, University of British Columbia (Canada), Barbara Purves, University of British Columbia (Canada), Sidney S. Fels, University of British Columbia (Canada)

Participatory Design of an Orientation Aid for Amnesics*
Mike Wu, University of Toronto (Canada), Ron Baecker, University of Toronto (Canada), Brian Richards, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care (Canada)

Digital Family Portrait Field Trial: Support for Aging in Place
Jim Rowan, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Elizabeth D. Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

Design and Analysis of Delimiters for Selection-Action Pen Gesture Phrases in Scriboli
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research (USA), Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research (USA), Gonzalo Ramos, Microsoft Research (USA) and University of Toronto (Canada), Francois Guimbretiere, University of Maryland (USA)

Experimental Analysis of Mode Switching Techniques in Pen-Based User Interfaces
Yang Li, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research (USA), Zhiwei Guan, University of Washington (USA), James A. Landay, University of Washington and Intel Research (USA)

Mediating Intimacy: Designing Technologies to Support Strong-Tie Relationships
Frank Vetere, University of Melbourne (Australia), Martin Gibbs, University of Melbourne (Australia), Jesper Kjeldskov, Aalborg University (Denmark), Steve Howard, University of Melbourne (Australia), Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller, University of Melbourne (Australia), Sonja Pedell, University of Melbourne (Australia), Karen Mecoles, University of Melbourne (Australia), Marcus Bunyan, Charles Sturt University (Australia)

Toward Subtle Intimate Interfaces for Mobile Devices Using an EMG Controller
Enrico Costanza, Media Lab Europe (Ireland), Samuel A. Inverso, Media Lab Europe (Ireland), Rebecca Allen, Media Lab Europe (Ireland)

Emotions and Heart Rate while Sitting on a Chair
Jenni Anttonen, University of Tampere (Finland), Veikko Surakka, University of Tampere and Tampere University Hospital (Finland)

Exploring Technology Adoption and Use Through the Lens of Residential Mobility
Irina Shklovski, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Scott Mainwaring, Intel Research (USA)

WaterBot: Exploring Feedback and Persuasive Techniques at the Sink
Ernesto Arroyo, MIT Media Laboratory (USA), Leonardo Bonanni, MIT Media Laboratory (USA), Ted Selker, MIT Media Laboratory (USA)

Artful Systems in the Home*
Alex S. Taylor, Microsoft Research (UK), Laurel Swan, Brunel University (UK)

PaperWindows: Interaction Techniques for Digital Paper
David Holman, Queen’s University (Canada), Roel Vertegaal, Queen’s University (Canada), Mark Altosaar, Queen’s University (Canada), Nikolaus Troje, Queen’s University (Canada), Derek Johns, Queen’s University (Canada)

Fluid Integration of Rotation and Translation
Russell Kruger, University of Calgary (Canada), Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary (Canada), Stacey D. Scott, University of Calgary (Canada), Anthony Tang, University of Calgary (Canada)

A Study on the Manipulation of 2D Objects in a Projector/Camera-Based Augmented Reality Environment
Stephen Voida, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Mark Podlaseck, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA), Rick Kjeldsen, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA), Claudio Pinhanez, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA)

Calling While Driving: Effects of Remote Traffic Context
Mike Schneider, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)

Studying the Effectiveness of MOVE: A Contextually Optimized In-Vehicle Navigation System
Joonhwan Lee, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Scott E. Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)

Distract-R: Rapid Prototyping and Evaluation of In-Vehicle Interfaces
Dario Salvucci, Drexel University (USA), Mark Zuber, Drexel University (USA), Ekaterina Beregovaia, Drexel University (USA), Daniel Markley, Drexel University (USA)

Martial Arts in Artificial Reality
Perttu Hämäläinen, Helsinki University of Technology (Finland), Johanna Höysniemi, University of Tampere (Finland), Tommi Ilmonen, Helsinki University of Technology (Finland), Ari Nykänen, Animaatiokone Industries Co-op (Finland), Mikki Lindholm, Animaatiokone Industries Co-op (Finland)

MultiView: Spatially Faithful Group Video Conferencing
David Tong Nguyen, University of California, Berkeley (USA), John Canny, University of California, Berkeley (USA)

Spotlight: Directing Users’ Attention on Large Displays
Azam Khan, Alias (Canada), Justin Matejka, Alias (Canada), George Fitzmaurice, Alias (Canada), Gordon Kurtenbach, Alias (Canada)

A Qualitative Cross-National Study of Cultural Influences on Mobile Data Service Design
Boreum Choi, Yonsei University (Korea), Inseong Lee, Yonsei University (Korea), Jinwoo Kim, Yonsei University (Korea), Yunsuk Jeon, University of Helsinki (Finland)

Learning User Interest for Image Browsing on Small-Form-Factor Devices
Xing Xie, Microsoft Research Asia (China), Hao Liu, Chinese University of Hong Kong (China), Simon Goumaz, Microsoft Research Asia (China), Wei-Ying Ma, Microsoft Research Asia (China)

Summary Thumbnails: Readable Overviews for Small Screen Web Browsers
Heidi Lam, University of British Columbia (Canada), Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research (USA)

Understanding Email Use: Predicting Action on a Message
Laura Dabbish, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Robert E. Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Susan Fussell, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)

How to Make Secure Email Easier to Use
Simson Garfinkel, MIT CSAIL (USA), Jeffrey I. Schiller, MIT Network Services (USA), David Margrave, (USA)

Designing Human Friendly Human Interaction Proofs (HIPs)
Kumar Chellapilla, Microsoft Research (USA), Kevin Larson, Microsoft Research (USA), Patrice Simard, Microsoft Research (USA), Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research (USA)

Feature Congestion: A Measure of Display Clutter
Ruth Rosenholtz, MIT (USA), Yuanzhen Li, MIT (USA), Jonathan Mansfield, MIT (USA), Zhenlan Jin, MIT (USA)

Improving Revisitation in Fisheye Views with Visit Wear
Amy Skopik, University of Saskatchewan (Canada), Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan (Canada)

Life on the Edge: Supporting Collaboration in Location-Based Experiences
Steve Benford, University of Nottingham (UK), Duncan Rowland, University of Nottingham (UK), Martin Flintham, University of Nottingham (UK), Adam Drozd, University of Nottingham (UK), Richard Hull, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories (UK), Josephine Reid, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories (UK), Jo Morrison, NESTA Futurelab (UK), Keri Facer, NESTA Futurelab (UK)

Improving Orchestral Conducting Systems in Public Spaces: Examining the Temporal Characteristics and Conceptual Models of Conducting Gestures
Eric Lee, RWTH Aachen University (Germany), Marius Wolf, RWTH Aachen University (Germany), Jan Borchers, RWTH Aachen University (Germany)

Designing the Spectator Experience*
Stuart Reeves, University of Nottingham (UK), Steve Benford, University of Nottingham (UK), Clare O’Malley, University of Nottingham (UK), Mike Fraser, University of Bristol (UK)

Less Visible and Wireless: Two Experiments on the Effects of Microphone type on Users’ Performance and Perception
Clifford Nass, Stanford University (USA), Jane Wang, Stanford University (USA)

No Task Left Behind? Examining the Nature of Fragmented Work
Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine (USA), Victor Gonzalez, University of California, Irvine (USA), Justin Harris, University of California, Irvine (USA)

Interaction in 4-Second Bursts: The Fragmented Nature of Attentional Resources in Mobile HCI
Antti Oulasvirta, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (Finland), Sakari Tamminen, Helsinki University of Technology (Finland), Virpi Roto, Nokia Research Center (Finland), Jaana Kuorelahti, Helsinki University of Technology (Finland)

A Study on the Use of Semaphoric Gestures to Support Secondary Task Interactions
Maria Karam, University of Southampton (UK), m.c. schraefel, University of Southampton (UK)

Augmented Reading: Presenting Additional Information Without Penalty
Eric Bahna, Microsoft Corporation (USA), Rob Jacob, Tufts University (USA)

Patterns of Media Use in and Activity Centric Collaborative Environment
David R Millen, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA), Michael J. Muller, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA), Werner Geyer, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA), Eric Wilcox, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA), Elizabeth Brownholtz, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA)

Assessing Differential Usage of Usenet Social Accounting Meta-Data
A.J. Bernheim Brush, Microsoft Research (USA), Xiaoqing Wang, University of Pittsburgh (USA), Tammara Combs Turner, Microsoft Research (USA), Marc A. Smith, Microsoft Research (USA)

When Participants Do the Capturing: The Role of Media in Diary Studies*
Scott Carter, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Jennifer Mankoff, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)

Values at Play: Design Tradeoffs in Socially-Oriented Game Design
Mary Flanagan, Hunter College (USA), Daniel C. Howe, New York University (USA), Helen Nissenbaum, New York University (USA)

Effectiveness of End-User Debugging Software Features: Are There Gender Issues?
Laura Beckwith, Oregon State University (USA), Margaret Burnett, Oregon State University (USA), Susan Wiedenbeck, Drexel University (USA)

Livenotes: A System for Cooperative and Augmented Note-Taking in Lectures
Matthew Kam, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Jingtao Wang, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Alastair Iles, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Eric Tse, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Jane Chiu, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Daniel Glaser, University of California, Berkeley (USA), Orna Tarshish, University of California, Berkeley (USA), John Canny, University of California, Berkeley (USA)

Stencils-Based Tutorials: Design and Evaluation
Caitlin Kelleher, Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Randy Pausch, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)

StudioBRIDGE: Using Group, Location, and Event Information to Bridge Online and Offline Encounters for Collocated Learning Groups
Susan Yee, Microsoft Research (USA), Kat S. Park, MIT (USA)

The Syntax or the Story Behind It? A Usability Study of Student Work with Computer-Based Programming Environments in Elementary Science
Loucas Louca, University of Cyprus (Cyprus)

Extending Tangible Interfaces for Education: Digital Montessori-Inspired Manipulatives
Oren Zuckerman, MIT Media Laboratory (USA), Saeed Arida, MIT School of Architecture (USA), Mitchel Resnick, MIT Media Laboratory (USA)

Children and Emerging Wireless Technologies: Investigating the Potential for Spatial Practice
Morris Williams, University of the West of England (UK), Constance Fleuriot, University of Bristol (UK), Owain Jones, University of Exeter (UK), Lucy Wood, Ordnance Survey (UK)

Testing the Media Equation with Children
Sonia Chiasson, University of Saskatchewan (Canada), Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan (Canada)

Camera Talk: Making the Camera a Partial Participant
K.K. Lamberty, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Janet L. Kolodner, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

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