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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × Georgia
1 × Greece
1 × Switzerland
1 × The Netherlands
18 × USA
2 × Austria
4 × Canada
Collaborated with:
W.C.Hill R.Priedhorsky S.Chang M.Masli D.Frankowski B.Amento D.Cosley J.Riedl E.Gilbert P.G.Selfridge S.Whittaker S.Sen F.M.Harper P.J.Ludford B.Hecht S.Drenner Q.Jones L.T.Murray V.Kumar K.Reily H.J.Miller J.Thebault-Spieker A.Halfaker R.S.Geiger C.Grevet S.A.Sheppard A.Wiggins M.Ludwig M.D.Long M.Warncke-Wang V.R.Ayukaev S.Bakhshi D.Pitchford K.A.Panciera T.Erickson J.McMackin L.Cherny K.Kapoor J.A.Konstan P.R.Schrater K.Wilms S.B.Kiesler S.A.Grandhi K.Chivakula D.Hix P.Ju D.W.McDonald J.Creter F.Xu H.Kaur K.Condiff P.Fugelstad P.Dwyer J.F.Moses J.Kim C.A.Mannino M.Snyder M.Nathan M.Topkara J.C.Lai S.Pan S.Wood J.Boston
Talks about:
user (11) communiti (8) site (5) use (5) qualiti (4) system (4) social (4) evalu (4) web (4) recommend (3)

Person: Loren G. Terveen

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Facilitated 1 volumes:

CSCW 2013Ed

Contributed to:

CSCW 20152015
RecSys 20152015
CHI 20142014
CSCW 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
CHI 20102010
CSCW 20102010
CHI 20092009
CSCW 20082008
RecSys 20082008
CHI 20072007
CHI 20062006
SIGIR 20062006
CHI 20052005
CHI 20042004
CSCW 20042004
CHI 20022002
CSCW 20022002
SIGIR 20002000
CHI 19991999
CHI 19981998
CSCW 19981998
CHI 19971997
CHI 19961996
CSCW 19961996
KBSE 19941994
CIKM 19931993
INTERCHI 19931993

Wrote 42 papers:

CSCW-2015-ChangHT #recommendation #using
Using Groups of Items to Bootstrap New Users in Recommender Systems (SC, FMH, LGT), pp. 1258–1269.
CSCW-2015-MillerCT #exclamation #experience #quote #user interface
“I LOVE THIS SITE!” vs. “It’s a little girly”: Perceptions of and Initial User Experience with Pinterest (HJM, SC, LGT), pp. 1728–1740.
CSCW-2015-Thebault-Spieker #crowdsourcing #mobile
Avoiding the South Side and the Suburbs: The Geography of Mobile Crowdsourcing Markets (JTS, LGT, BH), pp. 265–275.
CSCW-2015-Warncke-WangAHT #community #quality
The Success and Failure of Quality Improvement Projects in Peer Production Communities (MWW, VRA, BH, LGT), pp. 743–756.
RecSys-2015-HarperXKCCT #recommendation
Putting Users in Control of their Recommendations (FMH, FX, HK, KC, SC, LGT), pp. 3–10.
RecSys-2015-KapoorKTKS #adaptation #quote
“I like to explore sometimes”: Adapting to Dynamic User Novelty Preferences (KK, VK, LGT, JAK, PRS), pp. 19–26.
CHI-2014-HalfakerGT #design #named #performance
Snuggle: designing for efficient socialization and ideological critique (AH, RSG, LGT), pp. 311–320.
CSCW-2014-ChangKGT #gender #social
Specialization, homophily, and gender in a social curation site: findings from pinterest (SC, VK, EG, LGT), pp. 674–686.
CSCW-2014-GrevetTG #difference #social #social media
Managing political differences in social media (CG, LGT, EG), pp. 1400–1408.
CSCW-2014-MasliT #feedback
Leveraging the contributory potential of user feedback (MM, LGT), pp. 956–966.
CSCW-2014-SheppardWT #monitoring #quality #volunteer
Capturing quality: retaining provenance for curated volunteer monitoring data (SAS, AW, LGT), pp. 1234–1245.
CHI-2013-GilbertBCT #overview #statistics
“I need to try this”?: a statistical overview of pinterest (EG, SB, SC, LGT), pp. 2427–2436.
CHI-2012-MasliT #community #online
Evaluating compliance-without-pressure techniques for increasing participation in online communities (MM, LGT), pp. 2915–2924.
CSCW-2012-FugelstadDMKMTS #community #online #predict #what
What makes users rate (share, tag, edit...)?: predicting patterns of participation in online communities (PF, PD, JFM, JK, CAM, LGT, MS), pp. 969–978.
In case you missed it: benefits of attendee-shared annotations for non-attendees of remote meetings (MN, MT, JCL, SP, SW, JB, LGT), pp. 339–348.
CSCW-2012-PriedhorskyPST #algorithm #evaluation #personalisation #recommendation
Recommending routes in the context of bicycling: algorithms, evaluation, and the value of personalization (RP, DP, SS, LGT), pp. 979–988.
CHI-2010-PancieraPET #analysis #behaviour #lifecycle
Lurking? cyclopaths?: a quantitative lifecycle analysis of user behavior in a geowiki (KAP, RP, TE, LGT), pp. 1917–1926.
CSCW-2010-PriedhorskyMT #elicitation #volunteer
Eliciting and focusing geographic volunteer work (RP, MM, LGT), pp. 61–70.
CHI-2009-LudwigPT #interactive #novel
Path selection: a novel interaction technique for mapping applications (ML, RP, LGT), pp. 2309–2318.
CSCW-2008-PriedhorskyT #how #what #why
The computational geowiki: what, why, and how (RP, LGT), pp. 267–276.
RecSys-2008-DrennerST #community #experience #user interface
Crafting the initial user experience to achieve community goals (SD, SS, LGT), pp. 187–194.
CHI-2007-LudfordPRT #using
Capturing, sharing, and using local place information (PJL, RP, KR, LGT), pp. 1235–1244.
CHI-2006-CosleyFTR #community #overview #using
Using intelligent task routing and contribution review to help communities build artifacts of lasting value (DC, DF, LGT, JR), pp. 1037–1046.
CHI-2006-DrennerHFRT #web
Insert movie reference here: a system to bridge conversation and item-oriented web sites (SD, FMH, DF, JR, LGT), pp. 951–954.
CHI-2006-LudfordFRWT #functional
Because I carry my cell phone anyway: functional location-based reminder applications (PJL, DF, KR, KW, LGT), pp. 889–898.
SIGIR-2006-FrankowskiCSTR #privacy #risk management #what
You are what you say: privacy risks of public mentions (DF, DC, SS, LGT, JR), pp. 565–572.
CHI-2005-CosleyFKTR #community #how
How oversight improves member-maintained communities (DC, DF, SBK, LGT, JR), pp. 11–20.
CHI-2004-LudfordCFT #community #difference #online #using
Think different: increasing online community participation using uniqueness and group dissimilarity (PJL, DC, DF, LGT), pp. 631–638.
CSCW-2004-JonesGWCT #community #design #requirements
Putting systems into place: a qualitative study of design requirements for location-aware community systems (QJ, SAG, SW, KC, LGT), pp. 202–211.
CHI-2002-TerveenMAH #specification
Specifying preferences based on user history (LGT, JM, BA, WCH), pp. 315–322.
CSCW-2002-WhittakerJT #communication #identification
Contact management: identifying contacts to support long-term communication (SW, QJ, LGT), pp. 216–225.
SIGIR-2000-AmentoTH #documentation #predict #quality #web
Does “authority” mean quality? predicting expert quality ratings of Web documents (BA, LGT, WCH), pp. 296–303.
CHI-1999-AmentoHTHJ #empirical #evaluation #topic #user interface #web
An Empirical Evaluation of User Interfaces for Topic Management of Web Sites (BA, WCH, LGT, DH, PJ), pp. 552–559.
CHI-1998-TerveenH #graph #visualisation
Finding and Visualizing Inter-Site Clan Graphs (LGT, WCH), pp. 448–455.
CSCW-1998-TerveenH #collaboration #web
Evaluating Emergent Collaboration on the Web (LGT, WCH), pp. 355–362.
CSCW-1998-WhittakerTHC #interactive
The Dynamics of Mass Interaction (SW, LGT, WCH, LC), pp. 257–264.
CHI-1997-TerveenHAMC #interface
Building Task-Specific Interfaces to High Volume Conversational Data (LGT, WCH, BA, DWM, JC), pp. 226–233.
Helping Users Program Their Personal Agents (LGT, LTM), pp. 355–361.
CSCW-1996-HillT #social #using
Using Frequency-of-Mention in Public Conversations for Social Filtering (WCH, LGT), pp. 106–112.
KBSE-1994-TerveenS #case study
Intelligent Assistance for Software Construction: A Case Study (LGT, PGS), pp. 14–21.
CIKM-1993-Terveen #interface
Interface Support for Data Archaeology (LGT), pp. 356–363.
INTERCHI-1993-TerveenSL #design #memory management
From “folklore” to “living design memory” (LGT, PGS, MDL), pp. 15–22.

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