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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × China
1 × France
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × Japan
13 × USA
4 × Canada
Collaborated with:
B.Semaan M.Bergman Y.Wang V.M.González B.Al-Ani V.Wulf S.T.Iqbal M.Czerwinski P.Johns M.Niiya N.M.Su E.Bradner M.D.Choudhury A.Monroy-Hernández S.Voida A.Cardello L.Dabbish D.Gudith U.Klocke C.P.Lee P.Dourish J.Harris S.E.Poltrock W.Prinz U.Pankoke-Babatz J.M.Haake N.A.Streitz I.Guy S.Kremer-Davidson M.Jacovi A.Echenique M.Shelton J.Chung J.Jones S.M.Reich M.Warschauer M.Bagdouri L.Palen J.H.Martin K.M.Anderson
Talks about:
requir (5) media (5) work (5) social (4) use (4) technolog (3) multitask (3) interrupt (3) groupwar (3) environ (3)

Person: Gloria Mark

DBLP DBLP: Mark:Gloria

Facilitated 1 volumes:

CSCW 2012Ed

Contributed to:

CSCW 20152015
CHI 20142014
CSCW 20142014
CHI 20132013
CSCW 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
CHI 20112011
CSCW 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CSCW 20082008
CSCW 20062006
CHI 20052005
CHI 20042004
RE 20042004
RE 20032003
CSCW 20022002
RE 20022002
CSCW 19981998
HCI v1 19971997
CSCW 19961996

Wrote 31 papers:

CSCW-2015-MarkICJ #multi
Focused, Aroused, but so Distractible: Temporal Perspectives on Multitasking and Communications (GM, STI, MC, PJ), pp. 903–916.
CSCW-2015-WangNMRW #social #social media #student
Coming of Age (Digitally): An Ecological View of Social Media Use among College Students (YW, MN, GM, SMR, MW), pp. 571–582.
CHI-2014-ChoudhuryMM #social #social media
“Narco” emotions: affect and desensitization in social media during the mexican drug war (MDC, AMH, GM), pp. 3563–3572.
CHI-2014-MarkICJ #online #process
Bored mondays and focused afternoons: the rhythm of attention and online activity in the workplace (GM, STI, MC, PJ), pp. 3025–3034.
CHI-2014-MarkWN #empirical #multi #online #process
Stress and multitasking in everyday college life: an empirical study of online activity (GM, YW, MN), pp. 41–50.
CSCW-2014-MarkGKJ #enterprise #social #social media
Most liked, fewest friends: patterns of enterprise social media use (GM, IG, SKD, MJ), pp. 393–404.
CSCW-2014-MarkICJ #facebook
Capturing the mood: facebook and face-to-face encounters in the workplace (GM, STI, MC, PJ), pp. 1082–1094.
CHI-2013-WangESM #chat #comparative #evaluation #interface #multi
A comparative evaluation of multiple chat stream interfaces for information-intensive environments (YW, AE, MS, GM), pp. 2717–2720.
CSCW-2013-WangM #online #social #social media #trust
Trust in online news: comparing social media and official media use by chinese citizens (YW, GM), pp. 599–610.
CHI-2012-MarkVC #email #empirical #quote
“A pace not dictated by electrons”: an empirical study of work without email (GM, SV, AC), pp. 555–564.
The Egyptian blogosphere: a counter-narrative of the revolution (BAA, GM, JC, JJ), pp. 17–26.
Blogs as a collective war diary (GM, MB, LP, JHM, BAA, KMA), pp. 37–46.
CSCW-2012-SemaanM #towards
“Facebooking” towards crisis recovery and beyond: disruption as an opportunity (BS, GM), pp. 27–36.
CHI-2011-DabbishMG #self #why
Why do i keep interrupting myself?: environment, habit and self-interruption (LD, GM, VMG), pp. 3127–3130.
CSCW-2011-SemaanM #trust
Creating a context of trust with ICTs: restoring a sense of normalcy in the environment (BS, GM), pp. 255–264.
Blogging in a region of conflict: supporting transition to recovery (BAA, GM, BS), pp. 1069–1078.
Resilience through technology adoption: merging the old and the new in Iraq (GM, BAA, BS), pp. 689–698.
CHI-2008-MarkGK #cost analysis
The cost of interrupted work: more speed and stress (GM, DG, UK), pp. 107–110.
CHI-2008-SuM #communication #multi
Communication chains and multitasking (NMS, GM), pp. 83–92.
CSCW-2008-MarkS #collaboration
Resilience in collaboration: technology as a resource for new patterns of action (GM, BS), pp. 137–146.
CSCW-2006-LeeDM #framework
The human infrastructure of cyberinfrastructure (CPL, PD, GM), pp. 483–492.
No task left behind?: examining the nature of fragmented work (GM, VMG, JH), pp. 321–330.
CHI-2004-GonzalezM #constant #multi #quote
“Constant, constant, multi-tasking craziness”: managing multiple working spheres (VMG, GM), pp. 113–120.
RE-2004-MarkBP #requirements
Expanding the Horizons of Requirements Engineering: Examining Requirements during Groupware Tool Diffusion (GM, MB, SEP), pp. 186–195.
RE-2003-BergmanM #analysis #requirements
In Situ Requirements Analysis: A Deeper Examination of the Relationship between Requirements Determination and Project Selection (MB, GM), pp. 11–22.
CSCW-2002-BradnerM #distance #matter #persuasion #why
Why distance matters: effects on cooperation, persuasion and deception (EB, GM), pp. 226–235.
RE-2002-BergmanM #analysis #empirical #requirements
Exploring the Relationship between Project Selection and Requirements Analysis: An Empirical Study of the New Millennium Program (MB, GM), pp. 247–254.
CSCW-1998-PrinzMP #design
Designing Groupware for Congruency in Use (WP, GM, UPB), pp. 373–382.
HCI-CC-1997-MarkW #coordination #effectiveness
Coordinating Effective Work Routines with Groupware: Intra- and Intergroup Conventions (GM, VW), pp. 73–76.
HCI-CC-1997-WulfM #development #process
The Emergence of Conventions Within Processes of Integrated Organization and Technology Development (VW, GM), pp. 293–296.
CSCW-1996-MarkHS #collaboration #hypermedia
Hypermedia Structures and the Division of Labor in Meeting Room Collaboration (GM, JMH, NAS), pp. 170–179.

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