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1Erickson, L.B. ; Wisniewski, P. ; Xu, H. ; Carroll, J.M. ; Rosson, M.B. ; Perkins, D.F.: ¬The boundaries between : parental involvement in a teen's online world.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 67(2016) no.6, S.1384-1403.
Abstract: The increasing popularity of the Internet and social media is creating new and unique challenges for parents and adolescents regarding the boundaries between parental control and adolescent autonomy in virtual spaces. Drawing on developmental psychology and Communication Privacy Management (CPM) theory, we conduct a qualitative study to examine the challenge between parental concern for adolescent online safety and teens' desire to independently regulate their own online experiences. Analysis of 12 parent-teen pairs revealed five distinct challenges: (a) increased teen autonomy and decreased parental control resulting from teens' direct and unmediated access to virtual spaces, (b) the shift in power to teens who are often more knowledgeable about online spaces and technology, (c) the use of physical boundaries by parents as a means to control virtual spaces, (d) an increase in indirect boundary control strategies such as covert monitoring, and (e) the blurring of lines in virtual spaces between parents' teens and teens' friends.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23450/abstract.
2Xiao, L. ; Farooq, U. ; Carroll, J.M. ; Rosson, M.B.: ¬The development of community members' roles in partnership research projects : an empirical study.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 64(2013) no.11, S.2340-2353.
Abstract: For 3 years, the authors of this article and several other colleagues have worked with 11 nonprofit community groups to help them take greater control of their information technology in terms of technology acceptance, adoption, and literacy through a research project. As part of this project, the authors explored informal learning methods that the groups could benefit from and practiced them with the community representatives who played key roles in the daily life of the organizations. In the present article, the authors reflect on the developmental trajectories observed for two individuals, each from a different nonprofit organization, with respect to information technology efficacy and ability. The authors analyze these trajectories as a sequence of the following four technology-related roles-technology consumers, technology planners, technology doers, and technology sustainers. The authors describe these roles, the methods used to promote informal learning, and implications for other researchers studying informal learning in communities.
3Farooq, U. ; Ganoe, C.H. ; Carroll, J.M. ; Councill, I.G. ; Giles, C.L.: Design and evaluation of awareness mechanisms in CiteSeer.
In: Information processing and management. 44(2008) no.2, S.596-612.
Abstract: Awareness has been extensively studied in human computer interaction (HCI) and computer supported cooperative work (CSCW). The success of many collaborative systems hinges on effectively supporting awareness of different collaborators, their actions, and the process of creating shared work products. As digital libraries are increasingly becoming more than just repositories for information search and retrieval - essentially fostering collaboration among its community of users - awareness remains an unexplored research area in this domain. We are investigating awareness mechanisms in CiteSeer, a scholarly digital library for the computer and information science domain. CiteSeer users can be notified of new publication events (e.g., publication of a paper that cites one of their papers) using feeds as notification systems. We present three cumulative user studies - requirements elicitation, prototype evaluation, and naturalistic study - in the context of supporting CiteSeer feeds. Our results indicate that users prefer feeds that place target items in query-relevant contexts, and that preferred context varies with type of publication event. We found that users integrated feeds as part of their broader, everyday activities and used them as planning tools to collaborate with others.
Anmerkung: Beitrag eines Themenschwerpunktes "Digital libraries in the context of users' broader activities"
5Carroll, J.M.: Human-computer interaction : psychology as a science of design.
In: International journal of human-computer studies. 46(1997) no.4, S.501-522.
Abstract: Human-computer interaction (HCI) is the area of intersection between psychology and the social sciences, and computer science and technology. HCI researchers analyse and design specific user interface technology. They study and improve the processes of technology development. They develop and evaluate new applications of technology. Through the past 2 decades, HCI has progressively integrated its scientific concerns with the engineering goal of improving the usability of computer systems and and applications, thus establishing a body of technical knowledge and methodology. HCI continues to provide a challenging test domain for applying and developing psychology and social science in the context of technology development and use