Catherine C. Marshall

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56EECatherine C. Marshall: Collection-level analysis tools for books online. BooksOnline 2008: 41-44
55EECatherine C. Marshall: From writing and analysis to the repository: taking the scholars' perspective on scholarly archiving. JCDL 2008: 251-260
54EECatherine C. Marshall: The gray lady gets a new dress: a field study of the times news reader. JCDL 2007: 259-268
53EECatherine C. Marshall, Frank McCown, Michael L. Nelson: Evaluating Personal Archiving Strategies for Internet-based Information CoRR abs/0704.3647: (2007)
52EECatherine C. Marshall, Sara A. Bly, Francoise Brun-Cottan: The Long Term Fate of Our Digital Belongings: Toward a Service Model for Personal Archives CoRR abs/0704.3653: (2007)
51 Gary Marchionini, Michael L. Nelson, Catherine C. Marshall: ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, JCDL 2006, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, June 11-15, 2006, Proceedings ACM 2006
50EERajiv Badi, Soonil Bae, J. Michael Moore, Konstantinos A. Meintanis, Anna Zacchi, Hao-wei Hsieh, Frank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall: Recognizing user interest and document value from reading and organizing activities in document triage. IUI 2006: 218-225
49EEMary Czerwinski, Douglas W. Gage, Jim Gemmell, Catherine C. Marshall, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones, Meredith M. Skeels, Tiziana Catarci: Digital memories in an era of ubiquitous computing and abundant storage. Commun. ACM 49(1): 44-50 (2006)
48EECatherine C. Marshall, William Jones: Keeping encountered information. Commun. ACM 49(1): 66-67 (2006)
47EECatherine C. Marshall, Sara A. Bly: Saving and using encountered information: implications for electronic periodicals. CHI 2005: 111-120
46EESoonil Bae, Rajiv Badi, Konstantinos A. Meintanis, J. Michael Moore, Anna Zacchi, Hao-wei Hsieh, Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III: Effects of Display Configurations on Document Triage. INTERACT 2005: 130-143
45EECatherine C. Marshall, Sara A. Bly: Turning the page on navigation. JCDL 2005: 225-234
44EECatherine C. Marshall, Gene Golovchinsky: Saving private hypertext: requirements and pragmatic dimensions for preservation. Hypertext 2004: 130-138
43EECatherine C. Marshall, Sara A. Bly: Sharing encountered information: digital libraries get a social life. JCDL 2004: 218-227
42EECatherine C. Marshall, A. J. Bernheim Brush: Exploring the relationship between personal and public annotations. JCDL 2004: 349-357
41 Frank M. Shipman III, Morgan N. Price, Catherine C. Marshall, Gene Golovchinsky: Identifying Useful Passages in Documents Based on Annotation Patterns. ECDL 2003: 101-112
40EECatherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III: Which semantic web? Hypertext 2003: 57-66
39EECatherine C. Marshall, A. J. Bernheim Brush: From personal to shared annotations. CHI Extended Abstracts 2002: 812-813
38EEJim Rosenberg, Mark Bernstein, Catherine C. Marshall, Paul De Bra, David E. Millard, Frank M. Shipman III: Chain saws for sculptural Hypertext. Hypertext 2002: 137
37EECatherine C. Marshall, Christine Ruotolo: Reading-in-the-small: a study of reading on small form factor devices. JCDL 2002: 56-64
36EECatherine C. Marshall, Morgan N. Price, Gene Golovchinsky, Bill N. Schilit: Designing e-books for legal research. JCDL 2001: 41-48
35EECatherine C. Marshall: NoteCards in the age of the web: practice meets perfect. ACM Journal of Computer Documentation 25(3): 96-103 (2001)
34EECatherine C. Marshall, Gene Golovchinsky, Morgan N. Price: Digital libraries and mobility. Commun. ACM 44(5): 55-56 (2001)
33EEAnn Peterson Bishop, Clifford A. Lynch, Christine L. Borgman, Catherine C. Marshall, Susan Leigh Star, Geoffrey C. Bowker: Digital library use (panel session): social practice in design and evaluation. ACM DL 2000: 276-277
32EEGene Golovchinsky, Catherine C. Marshall: Hypertext interaction revisited. Hypertext 2000: 171-179
31 Gene Golovchinsky, Catherine C. Marshall: Hypertext interactivity: from choice to participation. The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 6: (2000)
30EECatherine C. Marshall, Morgan N. Price, Gene Golovchinsky, Bill N. Schilit: Introducing a Digital Library Reading Appliance into a Reading Group. ACM DL 1999: 77-84
29EEFrank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall, Mark LeMere: Beyond Location: Hypertext Workspaces and Non-Linear Views. Hypertext 1999: 121-130
28EEDavid B. Lowe, Deena Larsen, Mark Bernstein, Wendy Hall, Paolo Paolini, Catherine C. Marshall, Susana Pajares Tosca, Lawrence J. Clark: Writers and Designers: Crossing the Chasm (Panel). Hypertext 1999: 197-198
27EEFrank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall: Spatial hypertext: an alternative to navigational and semantic links. ACM Comput. Surv. 31(4es): 14 (1999)
26 Frank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall: Formality Considered Harmful: Experiences, Emerging Themes, and Directions on the Use of Formal Representations in Interactive Systems. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 8(4): 333-352 (1999)
25 Bill N. Schilit, Morgan N. Price, Gene Golovchinsky, Kei Tanaka, Catherine C. Marshall: As We May Read: The Reading Appliance Revolution. IEEE Computer 32(1): 65-73 (1999)
24 Catherine C. Marshall, Morgan N. Price, Gene Golovchinsky, Bill N. Schilit: Collaborating over Portable Reading Appliances. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 3(1/2): (1999)
23EECatherine C. Marshall: Making Metadata: A Study of Metadata Creation for a Mixed Physical-Digital Collection. ACM DL 1998: 162-171
22EECatherine C. Marshall: Toward an Ecology of Hypertext Annotation. Hypertext 1998: 40-49
21EECatherine C. Marshall: Annotation: From Paper Books to Digital Library. ACM DL 1997: 131-140
20EECatherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III: Spatial Hypertext and the Practice of Information Triage. Hypertext 1997: 124-133
19EERichard Furuta, Frank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall, Donald Brenner, Hao-wei Hsieh: Hypertext Paths and the World-Wide Web: Experiences with Walden's Paths. Hypertext 1997: 167-176
18EECatherine C. Marshall: Looking Forward: Five Practices for Safer Hypertext (Keynote). Hypertext 1997: 241
17EEFrank M. Shipman III, Richard Furuta, Catherine C. Marshall: Generating Web-Based Presentations in Spatial Hypertext. IUI 1997: 71-78
16EERichard Furuta, Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III, John J. Leggett: Physical Objects in the Digital Library. Digital Libraries 1996: 109-115
15EEKathryn Cramer, Sam Epstein, Catherine C. Marshall, Tom Meyer, Mark Prece: Future (Hyper)Spaces. Hypertext 1996: 261
14 Frank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall, Thomas P. Moran: Finding and Using Implicit Structure in Human-Organized Spatial Layouts of Information. CHI 1995: 346-353
13 Peter J. Nürnberg, Richard Furuta, John J. Leggett, Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III: Digital Libraries: Issues and Architectures. DL 1995: 0-
12 Richard Furuta, Catherine C. Marshall: Genre as Reflection of Technology in the World-Wide Web. IWHD 1995: 182-195
11 David M. Levy, Catherine C. Marshall: Going Digital: A Look at Assumptions Underlying Digital Libraries. Commun. ACM 38(4): 77-84 (1995)
10 Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III: Spatial Hypertext: Designing for Change. Commun. ACM 38(8): 88-97 (1995)
9EECatherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III, James H. Coombs: VIKI: Spatial Hypertext Supporting Emergent Structure. ECHT 1994: 13-23
8EECatherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman III: Searching for the Missing Link: Discovering Implicit Structure in Spatial Hypertext. Hypertext 1993: 217-230
7EEMark Bernstein, Catherine C. Marshall, Norbert A. Streitz: Argumentation in Action (Panel). Hypertext 1993: 274-275
6EEMark Bernstein, Michael Bieber, Richard Furuta, Michael R. Kibby, Catherine C. Marshall, Paolo Paolini: Hypermedia Production: Hand-Craft of Witchcraft? (Panel). ECHT 1992: 282-283
5EECatherine C. Marshall, Russell A. Rogers: Two Years before the Mist: Experiences with Aquanet. ECHT 1992: 53-62
4EECatherine C. Marshall, Frank G. Halasz, Russell A. Rogers, William C. Janssen Jr.: Aquanet: A Hypertext Tool to Hold Your Knowledge in Place. Hypertext 1991: 261-275
3EERobert J. Glushko, David Gunning, Ken Kershner, Catherine C. Marshall, Louis Reynolds: When Worlds Collide - Reconciling the Research, Marketplace, and Applications Views of Hypertext (Panel). Hypertext 1991: 367-368
2EECatherine C. Marshall, Peggy M. Irish: Guided Tours and On-Line Presentations: How Authors Make Existing Hypertext Intelligible for Readers. Hypertext 1989: 15-26
1EECatherine C. Marshall: Exploring Representation Problems Using Hypertext. Hypertext 1987: 253-268

Coauthor Index

1Rajiv Badi [46] [50]
2Soonil Bae [46] [50]
3Mark Bernstein [6] [7] [28] [38]
4Michael Bieber (Michael P. Bieber) [6]
5Ann Peterson Bishop [33]
6Sara A. Bly [43] [45] [47] [52]
7Christine L. Borgman [33]
8Geoffrey C. Bowker [33]
9Paul De Bra [38]
10Donald Brenner [19]
11Francoise Brun-Cottan [52]
12A. J. Bernheim Brush [39] [42]
13Tiziana Catarci [49]
14Lawrence J. Clark [28]
15James H. Coombs [9]
16Kathryn Cramer [15]
17Mary Czerwinski [49]
18Sam Epstein [15]
19Richard Furuta [6] [12] [13] [16] [17] [19]
20Douglas W. Gage [49]
21Jim Gemmell [49]
22Robert J. Glushko [3]
23Gene Golovchinsky [24] [25] [30] [31] [32] [34] [36] [41] [44]
24David Gunning [3]
25Frank G. Halasz [4]
26Wendy Hall [28]
27Hao-wei Hsieh [19] [46] [50]
28Peggy M. Irish [2]
29William C. Janssen Jr. [4]
30William Jones [48]
31Ken Kershner [3]
32Michael R. Kibby [6]
33Deena Larsen [28]
34Mark LeMere [29]
35John J. Leggett [13] [16]
36David M. Levy [11]
37David Lowe (David B. Lowe) [28]
38Clifford A. Lynch [33]
39Gary Marchionini [51]
40Frank McCown [53]
41Konstantinos A. Meintanis [46] [50]
42Tom Meyer [15]
43David E. Millard [38]
44J. Michael Moore [46] [50]
45Thomas P. Moran [14]
46Michael L. Nelson [51] [53]
47Peter J. Nürnberg [13]
48Paolo Paolini [6] [28]
49Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones [49]
50Mark Prece [15]
51Morgan N. Price [24] [25] [30] [34] [36] [41]
52Louis Reynolds [3]
53Russell A. Rogers [4] [5]
54Jim Rosenberg [38]
55Christine Ruotolo [37]
56Bill N. Schilit [24] [25] [30] [36]
57Frank M. Shipman III [8] [9] [10] [13] [14] [16] [17] [19] [20] [26] [27] [29] [38] [40] [41] [46] [50]
58Meredith M. Skeels [49]
59Susan Leigh Star [33]
60Norbert A. Streitz (Norbert Streitz, N. Streitz) [7]
61Kei Tanaka [25]
62Susana Pajares Tosca [28]
63Anna Zacchi [46] [50]

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