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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × Georgia
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
M.Spasojevic J.Kaye R.Ballagas L.Takayama M.G.Ames G.Revelle K.Mori E.Reardon H.Raffle H.Horii J.Blom D.Viswanathan K.Acharya R.Ahonius T.E.Dugan M.Sandberg S.Follmer K.Buza K.Cook N.Freed
Talks about:
famili (3) play (3) stori (2) mobil (2) sibl (2) read (2) understand (1) videochat (1) technolog (1) metaphor (1)

Person: Janet Go


Contributed to:

CSCW 20132013
CSCW 20122012
CHI 20112011
CSCW 20112011
CHI 20102010
CSCW 20102010

Wrote 8 papers:

CSCW-2013-BallagasDRMSGRS #artificial reality #interactive
Electric agents: fostering sibling joint media engagement through interactive television and augmented reality (RB, TED, GR, KM, MS, JG, ER, MS), pp. 225–236.
CSCW-2012-GoBS #game studies
Brothers and sisters at play: exploring game play with siblings (JG, RB, MS), pp. 739–748.
CSCW-2012-TakayamaG #mobile
Mixing metaphors in mobile remote presence (LT, JG), pp. 495–504.
CHI-2011-RaffleRMBBHKCFGS #chat #exclamation #product line #video
Hello, is grandma there? let’s read! StoryVisit: family video chat and connected e-books (HR, GR, KM, RB, KB, HH, JK, KC, NF, JG, MS), pp. 1195–1204.
CSCW-2011-AmesGKS #comprehension #social
Understanding technology choices and values through social class (MGA, JG, JK, MS), pp. 55–64.
CHI-2010-BlomVSGAA #mobile #safety #security
Fear and the city: role of mobile services in harnessing safety and security in urban use contexts (JB, DV, MS, JG, KA, RA), pp. 1841–1850.
CHI-2010-RaffleBRHFGRMKS #distance #game studies #product line
Family story play: reading with young children (and elmo) over a distance (HR, RB, GR, HH, SF, JG, ER, KM, JK, MS), pp. 1583–1592.
CSCW-2010-AmesGKS #network #product line
Making love in the network closet: the benefits and work of family videochat (MGA, JG, JK, MS), pp. 145–154.

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