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59EEXiaomu Zhou, Mark S. Ackerman, Kai Zheng: I just don't know why it's gone: maintaining informal information use in inpatient care. CHI 2009: 2061-2070
58EEKevin Kyung Nam, Mark S. Ackerman, Lada A. Adamic: Questions in, knowledge in?: a study of naver's question answering community. CHI 2009: 779-788
57EEJina Huh, Mark S. Ackerman: Designing for all users: including the odd users. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 2449-2458
56EEDavid Lee, Sean A. Munson, Ben Congleton, Mark W. Newman, Mark S. Ackerman, Erik C. Hofer, Thomas A. Finholt: Montage: a platform for physically navigating multiple pages of web content. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 4477-4482
55EEEric Cook, Stephanie Teasley, Mark S. Ackerman: Contribution, commercialization & audience: understanding participation in an online creative community. GROUP 2009: 41-50
54EEBen Congleton, Jacqueline Cerretani, Mark W. Newman, Mark S. Ackerman: Sharing Map Annotations in Small Groups: X Marks the Spot. INTERACT (2) 2009: 97-110
53EEJiang Yang, Lada A. Adamic, Mark S. Ackerman: Crowdsourcing and knowledge sharing: strategic user behavior on taskcn. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2008: 246-255
52EEBen Congleton, Mark S. Ackerman, Mark W. Newman: The ProD framework for proactive displays. UIST 2008: 221-230
51EELada A. Adamic, Jun Zhang, Eytan Bakshy, Mark S. Ackerman: Knowledge sharing and yahoo answers: everyone knows something. WWW 2008: 665-674
50EEJina Huh, Mark S. Ackerman, Thomas Erickson, Steve R. Harrison, Phoebe Sengers: Beyond usability: taking social, situational, cultural, and other contextual factors into account. CHI Extended Abstracts 2007: 2113-2116
49EEJina Huh, Mark S. Ackerman, Robert Douglas: The use of aesthetics in HCI systems. CHI Extended Abstracts 2007: 2441-2446
48EEKevin Kyung Nam, Mark S. Ackerman: Arkose: reusing informal information from online discussions. GROUP 2007: 137-146
47EEMargaret S. Elliott, Mark S. Ackerman, Walt Scacchi: Knowledge work artifacts: kernel cousins for free/open source software development. GROUP 2007: 177-186
46EEJun Zhang, Yang Ye, Mark S. Ackerman, Yan Qu: SISN: A Toolkit for Augmenting Expertise Sharing Via Social Networks. HCI (15) 2007: 491-500
45EEJun Zhang, Mark S. Ackerman, Lada A. Adamic, Kevin Kyung Nam: QuME: a mechanism to support expertise finding in online help-seeking communities. UIST 2007: 111-114
44EEJun Zhang, Mark S. Ackerman, Lada A. Adamic: Expertise networks in online communities: structure and algorithms. WWW 2007: 221-230
43EEWayne G. Lutters, Mark S. Ackerman: Beyond Boundary Objects: Collaborative Reuse in Aircraft Technical Support. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 16(3): 341-372 (2007)
42EEJun Zhang, Mark S. Ackerman: Searching for expertise in social networks: a simulation of potential strategies. GROUP 2005: 71-80
41EEJaime Teevan, Christine Alvarado, Mark S. Ackerman, David R. Karger: The perfect search engine is not enough: a study of orienteering behavior in directed search. CHI 2004: 415-422
40EEChristine Halverson, Thomas Erickson, Mark S. Ackerman: Behind the help desk: evolution of a knowledge management system in a large organization. CSCW 2004: 304-313
39 Chris Schmandt, Kwan Hong Lee, Jang Kim, Mark S. Ackerman: Impromptu: Managing Networked Audio Applications for Mobile Users. MobiSys 2004
38EEMark S. Ackerman, Christine Halverson: Organizational Memory as Objects, Processes, and Trajectories: An Examination of Organizational Memory in Use. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 13(2): 155-189 (2004)
37EEChris Schmandt, Mark S. Ackerman: Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 8(6): 389-390 (2004)
36EEMark S. Ackerman: Privacy in pervasive environments: next generation labeling protocols. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 8(6): 430-439 (2004)
35EEChristine Halverson, Mark S. Ackerman: "Yeah, the Rush ain't here yet - Take a break": Creation and Use of an Artifact as Organizational Memory. HICSS 2003: 113
34EEWayne G. Lutters, Mark S. Ackerman: Joining the backstage: locality and centrality in an online community. IT & People 16(2): 157-182 (2003)
33EEWayne G. Lutters, Mark S. Ackerman: Achieving safety: a field study of boundary objects in aircraft technical support. CSCW 2002: 266-275
32 Mark S. Ackerman, Brian T. Pentland, Sajda Qureshi, Elaine K. Yakura: Visual Elements in the Discourse on Information Technology. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology 2002: 527-531
31EEChris Schmandt, Jang Kim, Kwan Lee, Gerardo Vallejo, Mark S. Ackerman: Mediated voice communication via mobile IP. UIST 2002: 141-150
30EEDavid W. McDonald, Mark S. Ackerman: Expertise recommender: a flexible recommendation system and architecture. CSCW 2000: 231-240
29EEMark S. Ackerman, Christine A. Hadverson: Reexamining Organizational Memory. Commun. ACM 43(1): 58-64 (2000)
28EEMark S. Ackerman, David W. McDonald: Collaborative Support for Informal Information in Collective Memory Systems. Information Systems Frontiers 2(3): 333-347 (2000)
27EEMark S. Ackerman, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Joseph Reagle: Privacy in e-commerce: examining user scenarios and privacy preferences. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 1999: 1-8
26EEMark S. Ackerman, Christine Halverson: Organizational Memory: Processes, Boundary Objects, and Trajectories. HICSS 1999
25EELorrie Faith Cranor, Joseph Reagle, Mark S. Ackerman: Beyond Concern: Understanding Net Users' Attitudes About Online Privacy CoRR cs.CY/9904010: (1999)
24EEDavid W. McDonald, Mark S. Ackerman: Just Talk to Me: A Field Study of Expertise Location. CSCW 1998: 315-324
23EEMark S. Ackerman, Christine Halverson: Considering an Organization's Memory. CSCW 1998: 39-48
22EEThomas A. Finholt, Mark S. Ackerman: Tutorials (Summary). CSCW 1998: 427-431
21EEMark S. Ackerman: Augmenting Organizational Memory: A Field Study of Answer Garden. ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. 16(3): 203-224 (1998)
20 Jack Muramatsu, Mark S. Ackerman: Computing, Social Activity, and Entertainment: A Field Study of a Game MUD. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 7(1/2): 87-122 (1998)
19EEMark S. Ackerman: Everything you Need To Know About Collaboration and Collaboration Software. ICSE 1997: 592
18 Mark S. Ackerman, Brian Starr, Michael J. Pazzani: The Do-I-Care Agent: Effective Social Discovery and Filtering on the Web. RIAO 1997: 17-32
17EEMark S. Ackerman, Brian Starr, Debby Hindus, Scott D. Mainwaring: Hanging on the `Wire: A Field Study of an Audio-Only Media Space. ACM Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact. 4(1): 39-66 (1997)
16 Mark S. Ackerman, Daniel Billsus, Scott Gaffney, Seth Hettich, Gordon Khoo, Dong Joon Kim, Raymond Klefstad, Charles Lowe, Alexius Ludeman, Jack Muramatsu, Kazuo Omori, Michael J. Pazzani, Douglas Semler, Brian Starr, Paul Yap: Learning Probabilistic User Profiles: Applications for Finding Interesting Web Sites, Notifying Users of Relevant Changes to Web Pages, and Locating Grant Opportunities. AI Magazine 18(2): 47-56 (1997)
15EEMark S. Ackerman, Leysia Palen: The Zephyr Help Instance: Promoting Ongoing Activity in a CSCW System. CHI 1996: 268-275
14EEJon O'Brien, John A. Hughes, Mark S. Ackerman, Debby Hindus: Extending CSCW into Domestic Environments (workshop). CSCW 1996: 1
13EEDebby Hindus, Mark S. Ackerman, Scott D. Mainwaring, Brian Starr: Thunderwire: A Field Study of an Audio-Only Media Space. CSCW 1996: 238-247
12EEMark S. Ackerman, David W. McDonald: Answer Garden 2: Merging Organizational Memory with Collaborative Help. CSCW 1996: 97-105
11 Mark S. Ackerman, Brian Starr: Social Acitivity Indicators for Groupware. IEEE Computer 29(6): 37-42 (1996)
10EEMark S. Ackerman, Brian Starr: Social Activity Indicators: Interface Components for CSCW Systems. ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 1995: 159-168
9EELisa Covi, Mark S. Ackerman: Such easy-to-use systems!: How organizations shape the design and use of online help systems. COOCS 1995: 280-288
8 Mark S. Ackerman, Roy T. Fielding: Collection Maintenance in the Digital Library. DL 1995: 0-
7EEMark S. Ackerman, Eric Mandel: Memory in the small: an application to provide task-based organizational memory for a scientific community . HICSS (4) 1995: 323-332
6EEMark S. Ackerman: Augmenting the Organizational Memory: A Field Study of Answer Garden. CSCW 1994: 243-252
5 Mark S. Ackerman: Definitional and Contextual Issues in Organizational and Group Memories. HICSS (4) 1994: 191-200
4 Chris Schmandt, Debby Hindus, Mark S. Ackerman, Sanjay Manandhar: Observations on using speech input for window navigation. INTERACT 1990: 787-793
3 Chris Schmandt, Mark S. Ackerman, Debby Hindus: Augmenting a Window System with Speech Input. IEEE Computer 23(8): 50-56 (1990)
2 Matthew E. Hodges, Russell Sasnett, Mark S. Ackerman: A Construction Set for Multimedia Applications. IEEE Software 6(1): 37-43 (1989)
1 Ralph R. Swick, Mark S. Ackerman: The X Toolkit: More Bricks for Building User-Interfaces or Widgets for Hire. USENIX Winter 1988: 221-228

Coauthor Index

1Lada A. Adamic [44] [45] [51] [53] [58]
2Christine Alvarado [41]
3Eytan Bakshy [51]
4Daniel Billsus [16]
5Jacqueline Cerretani [54]
6Ben Congleton [52] [54] [56]
7Eric Cook [55]
8Lisa Covi [9]
9Lorrie Faith Cranor [25] [27]
10Robert Douglas [49]
11Margaret S. Elliott [47]
12Thomas Erickson [40] [50]
13Roy T. Fielding [8]
14Thomas A. Finholt [22] [56]
15Scott Gaffney [16]
16Christine A. Hadverson [29]
17Christine Halverson (Christine A. Halverson) [23] [26] [35] [38] [40]
18Steve R. Harrison [50]
19Seth Hettich [16]
20Debby Hindus [3] [4] [13] [14] [17]
21Matthew E. Hodges [2]
22Erik C. Hofer [56]
23John A. Hughes [14]
24Jina Huh [49] [50] [57]
25David R. Karger [41]
26Gordon Khoo [16]
27Dong Joon Kim [16]
28Jang Kim [31] [39]
29Raymond Klefstad [16]
30David Lee [56]
31Kwan Lee [31]
32Kwan Hong Lee [39]
33Charles Lowe [16]
34Alexius Ludeman [16]
35Wayne G. Lutters [33] [34] [43]
36Scott D. Mainwaring [13] [17]
37Sanjay Manandhar [4]
38Eric Mandel [7]
39David W. McDonald [12] [24] [28] [30]
40Sean A. Munson [56]
41Jack Muramatsu [16] [20]
42Kevin Kyung Nam [45] [48] [58]
43Mark W. Newman [52] [54] [56]
44Jon O'Brien [14]
45Kazuo Omori [16]
46Leysia Palen [15]
47Michael J. Pazzani [16] [18]
48Brian T. Pentland [32]
49Yan Qu [46]
50Sajda Qureshi [32]
51Joseph Reagle [25] [27]
52Russell Sasnett [2]
53Walt Scacchi [47]
54Chris Schmandt [3] [4] [31] [37] [39]
55Douglas Semler [16]
56Phoebe Sengers [50]
57Brian Starr [10] [11] [13] [16] [17] [18]
58Ralph R. Swick [1]
59Stephanie Teasley [55]
60Jaime Teevan [41]
61Gerardo Vallejo [31]
62Elaine K. Yakura [32]
63Jiang Yang [53]
64Paul Yap [16]
65Yang Ye [46]
66Jun Zhang [42] [44] [45] [46] [51]
67Kai Zheng [59]
68Xiaomu Zhou [59]

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