Gloria Mark

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51EEGloria Mark, Ban Al-Ani, Bryan Semaan: Resilience through technology adoption: merging the old and the new in Iraq. CHI 2009: 689-698
50EEGloria Mark, Daniela Gudith, Ulrich Klocke: The cost of interrupted work: more speed and stress. CHI 2008: 107-110
49EENorman Makoto Su, Gloria Mark: Communication chains and multitasking. CHI 2008: 83-92
48EEGloria Mark, Bryan Semaan: Resilience in collaboration: technology as a resource for new patterns of action. CSCW 2008: 137-146
47EENorman Makoto Su, Gloria Mark: Designing for nomadic work. Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2008: 305-314
46EESteve Abrams, Gloria Mark: Network-centricity: hindered by hierarchical anchors. CHIMIT 2007: 7
45EENorman Makoto Su, Hiroko Wilensky, David F. Redmiles, Gloria Mark: The gospel of knowledge management in and out of a professional community. GROUP 2007: 197-206
44EECharlotte P. Lee, Paul Dourish, Gloria Mark: The human infrastructure of cyberinfrastructure. CSCW 2006: 483-492
43 Mark Pendergast, Kjeld Schmidt, Gloria Mark, Mark Ackerman: Proceedings of the 2005 International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work, GROUP 2005, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA, November 6-9, 2005 ACM 2005
42EEGloria Mark, Víctor M. González, Justin Harris: No task left behind?: examining the nature of fragmented work. CHI 2005: 321-330
41EEVíctor M. González, Gloria Mark: Managing Currents of Work: Multi-tasking among Multiple Collaborations. ECSCW 2005: 143-162
40EEGloria Mark, Steve Abrams: Differential Interaction and Attribution in Collocated and Distributed Large-Scale Collaboration. HICSS 2005
39 Gloria Mark, Alfred Kobsa: The Effects of Collaboration and System Transparency on CIVE Usage: An Empirical Study and Model. Presence 14(1): 60-80 (2005)
38EEVíctor M. González, Gloria Mark: "Constant, constant, multi-tasking craziness": managing multiple working spheres. CHI 2004: 113-120
37EERodrigo Morteo, Víctor M. González, Jesús Favela, Gloria Mark: Sphere Juggler: Fast Context Retrieval in Support of Working Spheres. ENC 2004: 361-367
36EEGloria Mark, Mark Bergman, Steven E. Poltrock: Expanding the Horizons of Requirements Engineering: Examining Requirements during Groupware Tool Diffusion. RE 2004: 186-195
35EEGloria Mark, Keri Carpenter, Alfred Kobsa: Are there benefits in seeing double?: a study of collaborative information visualization. CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 840-841
34EEGloria Mark, Steve Abrams, Nayla Nassif: Group-to-Group Distance Collaboration: Examining the "Space Between". ECSCW 2003: 99-118
33EEGloria Mark, Steven E. Poltrock: Shaping technology across social worlds: groupware adoption in a distributed organization. GROUP 2003: 284-293
32EEErin Bradner, Gloria Mark, Tammie D. Hertel: Effects of Team Size on Participation, Awareness, and Technology Choice in Geographically Distributed Teams. HICSS 2003: 271
31EECleidson R. B. de Souza, David F. Redmiles, Gloria Mark, John Penix, Maarten Sierhuis: Management of Interdependencies in Collaborative Software Development. ISESE 2003: 294-303
30EEGloria Mark, Keri Carpenter, Alfred Kobsa: A Model of Synchronous Collaborative Information Visualization. IV 2003: 373-383
29EEMark Bergman, Gloria Mark: In Situ Requirements Analysis: A Deeper Examination of the Relationship between Requirements Determination and Project Selection. RE 2003: 11-22
28EEGloria Mark, Víctor M. González, Marcello Sarini, Carla Simone: Supporting articulation with the reconciler. CHI Extended Abstracts 2002: 814-815
27 Gloria Mark, Víctor M. González, Marcello Sarini, Carla Simone: Reconciling Different Perspectives: An Experiment on Technology Support for Articulation. COOP 2002: 23-37
26EEErin Bradner, Gloria Mark: Why distance matters: effects on cooperation, persuasion and deception. CSCW 2002: 226-235
25EEGloria Mark, Alfred Kobsa, Víctor M. González: Do Four Eyes See Better than Two? Collaborative Versus Individual Discovery in Data Visualization Systems. IV 2002: 249-
24EEMark Bergman, Gloria Mark: Exploring the Relationship between Project Selection and Requirements Analysis: An Empirical Study of the New Millennium Program. RE 2002: 247-254
23EEMark Bergman, Gloria Mark: Technology choice as a first step in design: the interplay of procedural and sensemaking processes. Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems 2002: 224-234
22EEGloria Mark: Extreme collaboration. Commun. ACM 45(6): 89-93 (2002)
21 Gloria Mark: Conventions and Commitments in Distributed CSCW Groups. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 11(3-4): 349-387 (2002)
20EEErin Bradner, Gloria Mark: Social presence with video and application sharing. GROUP 2001: 154-161
19EEGloria Mark, Steven E. Poltrock: Diffusion of a collaborative technology cross distance. GROUP 2001: 232-241
18 Gloria Mark: Some Challenges Facing Virtually Colocated Teams. Organizational and Social Perspectives on IT 2000: 391-408
17 Gloria Mark, Jonathan Grudin, Steven E. Poltrock: Meeting at the desktop: An empirical study of virtually collocated teams. ECSCW 1999: 159-
16EECarla Simone, Gloria Mark, Dario Giubbilei: Interoperability as a means of articulation work. WACC 1999: 39-48
15EEGloria Mark: Designing Believable Interaction by Applying Social Conventions. Applied Artificial Intelligence 13(3): 297-320 (1999)
14EEWolfgang Prinz, Gloria Mark, Uta Pankoke-Babatz: Designing Groupware for Congruency in Use. CSCW 1998: 373-382
13EEGloria Mark, Alexander B. Bordetsky: Structuring Feedback for Groupware Use: Memory-Based Awareness. HICSS (1) 1998: 184-193
12 Peter Mambrey, Gloria Mark, Uta Pankoke-Babatz: User Advocacy in Participatory Design: Designers? Experiences with a New Communication Channel. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 7(3/4): 291-313 (1998)
11 Gloria Mark, Ludwin Fuchs, Markus Sohlenkamp: Supporting Groupware Conventions through Contextual Awareness. ECSCW 1997: 253-
10EEGloria Mark: Merging multiple perspectives in groupware use: intra- and intergroup conventions. GROUP 1997: 19-28
9 Volker Wulf, Gloria Mark: The Emergence of Conventions Within Processes of Integrated Organization and Technology Development. HCI (1) 1997: 293-296
8 Gloria Mark, Volker Wulf: Coordinating Effective Work Routines with Groupware: Intra- and Intergroup Conventions. HCI (1) 1997: 73-76
7 Gloria Mark, Wolfgang Prinz: What Happened to our Document in the Shared Workspace? The Need for Groupware Conventions. INTERACT 1997: 413-420
6 Gloria Mark, Peter Mambrey: Models and Metaphors in Groupware: Towards a Group-Centered Design. INTERACT 1997: 477-484
5EEUta Pankoke-Babatz, Gloria Mark, Konrad Klöckner: Design in the POLITeam Project: Evaluating User Needs in Real Work Practice. Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems 1997: 277-287
4 Gloria Mark, Jörg M. Haake, Norbert A. Streitz: Hypermedia Use in Group Work: Changing the Product, Process, and Strategy. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 6(4): 327-368 (1997)
3EEGloria Mark, Jörg M. Haake, Norbert A. Streitz: Hypermedia Structures and the Division of Labor in Meeting Room Collaboration. CSCW 1996: 170-179
2EEGloria Mark, Wolfgang Prinz, Volker Wulf, Vidar Hepsø: Introducing Groupware into Organizations: What Leads to Successes and Failures? (workshop). CSCW 1996: 2
1 Gloria Mark, Jörg M. Haake, Norbert A. Streitz: The Use of Hypermedia in Group Problem Solving: An Evaluation of the DOLPHIN Electronic Meeting Room Environment. ECSCW 1995: 195-

Coauthor Index

1Steve Abrams [34] [40] [46]
2Mark Ackerman [43]
3Ban Al-Ani [51]
4Mark Bergman [23] [24] [29] [36]
5Alexander B. Bordetsky [13]
6Erin Bradner [20] [26] [32]
7Keri Carpenter [30] [35]
8Paul Dourish [44]
9Jesús Favela [37]
10Ludwin Fuchs [11]
11Dario Giubbilei [16]
12Víctor M. González [25] [27] [28] [37] [38] [41] [42]
13Jonathan Grudin [17]
14Daniela Gudith [50]
15Jörg M. Haake [1] [3] [4]
16Justin Harris [42]
17Vidar Hepsø [2]
18Tammie D. Hertel [32]
19Ulrich Klocke [50]
20Konrad Klöckner [5]
21Alfred Kobsa [25] [30] [35] [39]
22Charlotte P. Lee [44]
23Peter Mambrey [6] [12]
24Rodrigo Morteo [37]
25Nayla Nassif [34]
26Uta Pankoke-Babatz [5] [12] [14]
27Mark Pendergast [43]
28John Penix [31]
29Steven E. Poltrock [17] [19] [33] [36]
30Wolfgang Prinz [2] [7] [14]
31David F. Redmiles [31] [45]
32Marcello Sarini [27] [28]
33Kjeld Schmidt [43]
34Bryan Semaan [48] [51]
35Maarten Sierhuis [31]
36Carla Simone [16] [27] [28]
37Markus Sohlenkamp [11]
38Cleidson R. B. de Souza [31]
39Norbert A. Streitz (Norbert Streitz, N. Streitz) [1] [3] [4]
40Norman Makoto Su [45] [47] [49]
41Hiroko Wilensky [45]
42Volker Wulf [2] [8] [9]

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