Program overview

CSCW 2023 Main Program

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Note that we are in the process of putting this program into the SIGCHI web app, which you will be able to use for easier planning, so please check back!

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Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: Workplace I

Sensing Wellbeing in the Workplace, Why and For Whom? Envisioning Impacts with Organizational Stakeholders

Anna Kawakami, Shreya Chowdhary, Shamsi Iqbal, Q. Vera Liao, Alexandra Olteanu, Jina Suh, and Koustuv Saha

Designing for the Embedding of Employee Voice

Dinislam Abdulgalimov, Reuben Kirkham, Emily Dao, Vasilis Vlachokyriakos, James Nicholson, Stephen Lindsay, Daniel Kos, Daniel Jitnah, Pamela Briggs, and Patrick Olivier

Values in Emotion Artificial Intelligence Hiring Services: Technosolutions to Organizational Problems

Kat Roemmich, Tillie Rosenberg, Serena Fan, and Nazanin Andalibi

Pronouns in the Workplace: Developing Sociotechnical Systems for Digitally Mediated Gender Expression

Benjamin Ale-Ebrahim, Tristan Gohring, Elizabeth Fetterolf, and Mary Gray

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: Gender and CSCW

Beyond the Boolean: How Programmers Ask About, Use, and Discuss Gender

Elijah Bouma-Sims and Yasemin Acar

“Oh yes! over-preparing for meetings is my jam :)”: The Gendered Experiences of System Administrators

Mannat Kaur, Harshini Sri Ramulu, Yasemin Acar, and Tobias Fiebig

Are We Equal Online?: An Investigation of Gendered Language Patterns and Message Engagement on Enterprise Communication Platforms

Sharon Ferguson and Alison Olechowski

Systemic Gender Inequities in Who Reviews Code

Emerson Murphy-Hill, Jillian Dicker, Amber Horvath, Margaret Hodges, Carolyn Egelman, Laurie Weingart, Ciera Jaspan, Collin Green, and Nina Chen

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: Moderation II

Towards Intersectional Moderation: An Alternative Model of Moderation Built on Care and Power

Sarah Gilbert

Breaking the Silence: Investigating Which Types of Moderation Reduce Negative Effects of Sexist Social Media Content

Julia Sasse and Jens Grossklags

Hate Raids on Twitch: Echoes of the Past, New Modalities, and Implications for Platform Governance

Catherine Han, Joseph Seering, Deepak Kumar, Jeff Hancock, and Zakir Durumeric

Hate Raids on Twitch: Understanding Real-Time Human-Bot Coordinated Attacks in Live Streaming Communities

Jie Cai, Sagnik Chowdhury, Hongyang Zhou, and Donghee Yvette Wohn

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: Privacy Strategies

User Preferences for Interdependent Privacy Preservation Strategies in Social Media

Aaron Necaise, Tangila Islam Tanni, Aneka Williams, Yan Solihin, Apu Kapadia, and Mary Jean Amon

“You Shouldn’t Need to Share Your Data”: Perceived Privacy Risks and Mitigation Strategies Among Privacy-Conscious Smart Home Power Users

Anna Lenhart, Sunyup Park, Michael Zimmer, and Jessica Vitak

Do Streamers Care About Bystanders’ Privacy? An Examination of Live Streamers’ Considerations And Strategies For Bystanders’ Privacy Management

Yanlai Wu, Xinning Gui, Pamela Wisniewski, and Yao Li

A Deep Dive into User’s Preferences and Behavior around Mobile Phone Sharing

Rizu Paudel, Prakriti Dumaru, Ankit Shrestha, Huzeyfe Kocabas, and Mahdi Nasrullah Al-Ameen

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: Vulnerable Populations and Marginalized Groups

Refugee Entrepreneurial Trajectories

Chuike Lee, Stephen Viller, and Dhaval Vyas

Community Tech Workers: Scaffolding Digital Engagement Among Underserved Minority Businesses

Julie Hui, Kristin Seefeldt, Christie Baer, Lutalo Sanifu, Aaron Jackson, and Tawanna Dillahunt

How Recent Migrants Develop Trust Through Community Commerce: The Emergence of Sociotechnical Adaptation

Joey Chiao-Yin Hsiao, Sylvia Darling, and Tawanna Dillahunt

Understanding Autistic Adults’ Use of Social Media

Martine van Driel, John Vines, Belén Barros Pena, and Nelya Koteyko

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: XAI 2

Selective Explanation: Leveraging Human Input to Align Explainable AI

Vivian Lai, Yiming Zhang, Chacha Chen, Q. Vera Liao, and Chenhao Tan

Understanding the Role of Human Intuition on Reliance in Human-AI Decision-Making with Explanations

Valerie Chen, Q. Vera Liao, Jennifer Wortman Vaughan, and Gagan Bansal

How Stated Accuracy of an AI System and Analogies to Explain Accuracy Affect Human Reliance on the System

Gaole He, Stefan Buijsman, and Ujwal Gadiraju

Evaluating the Impact of Human Explanation Strategies on Human-AI Visual Decision-Making

Katelyn Morrison, Donghoon Shin, Kenneth Holstein, and Adam Perer

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: Social Support II

Understanding Extrafamilial Intergenerational Communication: A Case Analysis of an Age-Integrated Online Community

Lin Li, Xinru Tang, and Anne Marie Piper

Evaluating Similarity Variables for Peer Matching in Digital Health Storytelling

Herman Saksono, Vivien Morris, Andrea Parker, and Krzysztof Gajos

Mediated Social Support for Distress Reduction: AI Chatbots vs. Human

Jingbo Meng, Minjin (MJ) Rheu Dr., Yue Zhang, Yue Dai, and Wei Peng

Understanding Postpartum Parents’ Experiences via Two Digital Platforms

Xuewen Yao, Miriam Mikhelson, Megan Micheletti, Eunsol Choi, Craig Watkins, Edison Thomaz, and Kaya de Barbaro

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: Panel

Funding Opportunities for CSCW Research at NSF

David J. Mendonca, Daniel Cosley

Tues 9:00am – 10:30am: SIG

Shaping the Emerging Norms of Using Large Language Models in Social Computing Research

Hong Shen, Tianshi Li, Toby Jia-Jun Li, Joon Sung Park, Diyi Yang

Tues 10:30am – 11:00am: Coffee Break

Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: Remote/Virtual Work

I See What You’re Hearing: Facilitating The Effect of Environment on Perceived Emotion While Teleconferencing

David Marino, Max Henry, Pascal Fortin, and Rachit Bhayana

‘Location, Location, Location’: An Exploration of Different Workplace Contexts in Remote Teamwork during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Thomas Breideband, Robert Moulder, Gonzalo Martinez, Megan Caruso, Gloria Mark, Aaron Striegel, and Sidney D’Mello

Infrastructures for Virtual Volunteering at Online Music Festivals

Steven Benford, Kadja Manninen, Sarah Martindale, Adrian Hazzard, Juan Martinez Avila, Paul Tennent, Jocelyn Spence, Teresa Castle-Green, Pat Brundell, Pepita Barnard Stringer, and Dimitrios Darzentas

“Contradiction pushes me to improvise”: Performer Expressivity and Engagement in Distanced Movement Performance Paradigms

Ray LC, Sihuang Man, Zijing SONG, Jinhan Wan, Bo Wen, and Xiying Bao

Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: Collaboration I

Side-by-Side vs Face-to-Face: Evaluating Colocated Collaboration via a Transparent Wall-sized Display

Jiangtao Gong, Jingjing Sun, Mengdi Chu, Xiaoye Wang, Minghao Luo, yi Lu, Liuxin Zhang, Yaqiang Wu, Qianying Wang, and Can Liu

SUMMIT: Scaffolding Open Source Software Issue Discussion through Summarization

Saskia Gilmer, Avinash Bhat, Shuvam Shah, Kevin Cherry, Jinghui Cheng, and Jin L.C. Guo

DeliData: A dataset for deliberation in multi-party problem solving

Georgi Karadzhov, Tom Stafford, and Andreas Vlachos

Farm to Table: Understanding Collaboration and Information Practices among Stakeholders in the Process of Produce Production, Sales, and Consumption

Chien Wen (Tina) Yuan, Nanyi Bi, Ya-Fang Lin, An-Pang Lu, and Tsai-Wei Chiang

Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: Crowds

It Is All About Criticism: Understanding the Effect of Social Media Discourse on Legal Crowdfunding Campaigns

Sanorita Dey, Brittany Duff, and Karrie Karahalios

Aligning Crowdworker Perspectives and Feedback Outcomes in Crowd-Feedback System Design”

Saskia Haug, Ivo Benke, and Alexander Maedche

Crowdsourcing subjective annotations using pairwise comparisons reduces bias and error compared to the majority-vote method

Hasti Narimanzadeh, Arash Badie-Modiri, Iuliia Smirnova, and Ted Hsuan Yun Chen

A Tale of Two Communities: Privacy of Third Party App Users in Crowdsourcing – The Case of Receipt Transcription

Weiping Pei, Yanina Likhtenshteyn, and Chuan Yue

Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: Human Robot Interaction

“Enjoy, but Moderately!”: Designing a Social Companion Robot for Social Engagement and Behavior Moderation in Solitary Drinking Context

Yugyeong Jung, Gyuwon Jung, Sooyeon Jeong, Chaewon Kim, Woontack Woo, Hwajung Hong, and Uichin Lee

Beyond the Session: Centering Teleoperators in Socially Assistive Robot-Child Interactions Reveals the Bigger Picture

Saad Elbeleidy, Terran Mott, Dan Liu, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Elizabeth Reddy, and Tom Williams

Periscope: A Robotic Camera System to Support Remote Physical Collaboration

Pragathi Praveena, Yeping Wang, Emmanuel Senft, Michael Gleicher, and Bilge Mutlu

“Would I Feel More Secure With a Robot?”: Understanding Perceptions of Security Robots in Public Spaces

Gabriela Marcu, Iris Lin, Brandon Williams, Lionel Robert, and Florian Schaub

Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: Mental Health II

Discussing Social Media During Psychotherapy Consultations: Patient Narratives and Privacy Implications

Dong Whi Yoo, Aditi Bhatnagar, Sindhu Kiranmai Ernala, Asra Ali, Michael L. Birnbaum, Gregory Abowd, and Munmun De Choudhury

Trigger or Treat: Using Technology to Facilitate the Perception of Cravings and Corresponding Cues for Achieving Clinical-friendly Drug Psychotherapy

Chuang-Wen You, Min-Wei Hung, Chi-Ting Hou, Chieh-Jui Ho, Chien Wen (Tina) Yuan, Nanyi Bi, and Ming-Chyi Huang

Understanding Disclosure and Support in Social Music Communities for Youth Mental Health

Yucheng Jin, Wanling Cai, Li Chen, Yuwan Dai, and Tonglin Jiang

“Our Job is to be so Temporary”: Designing Digital Tools that Meet the Needs of Care Managers and their Patients with Mental Health Concerns

Rachel Kornfield, Emily Lattie, Jennifer Nicholas, Ashley Knapp, David Mohr, and Madhu Reddy

Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: Care Work

Care Workers’ Wellbeing in Data-Driven Healthcare Workplace: Identity, Agency, and Social Justice

Yuling Sun, Xiaojuan Ma, Silvia Lindtner, and Liang He

“When the beeping stops, you completely freak out” – How acute care teams experience and use technology

Anna Hohm, Oliver Happel, Jörn Hurtienne, and Tobias Grundgeiger

“I Go Beyond and Beyond”: Examining the Invisible Work of Home Health Aides

Joy Ming, Elizabeth Kuo, Katie Go, Emily Tseng, John Kallas, Aditya Vashistha, Madeline Sterling, and Nicola Dell

Data Work of Frontline Care Workers: Practices, Problems, and Opportunities in the Context of Data-Driven Long-Term Care

Yuling Sun, Xiaojuan Ma, Silvia Lindtner, and Liang He

Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: Panel

Divesting from Big Tech: Alternative Possibilities for Research and Futuring in Social Computing             Janet Vertesi, J. Nathan Matias, Laetitia Avia, Josh Greenberg, Alex Hanna, Catalina


Tues 11:00am – 12:30pm: SIG

Designing for AI-Powered Social Computing Systems

Gionnieve Lim, Hyunwoo Kim, Toby Jia-Jun Li, Chinmay Kulkarni, Hariharan Subramonyam, Joseph Seering, Michael S. Bernstein, Amy X. Zhang, Elena L. Glassman, Simon Tangi Perrault, Juho Kim

Tues 12:30pm – 2:30pm: Lunch

Tues 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Town Hall

Tues 4:00pm – 4:30pm: Coffee Break

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Harm and Vulnerability

Sustained Harm Over Time and Space Limits the External Function of Online Counterpublics for American Muslims

Niloufar Salehi, Roya Pakzad, Nazita Lajevardi, and Mariam Asad

“Creepy Towards My Avatar Body, Creepy Towards My Body”: How Women Experience and Manage Harassment Risks in Social Virtual Reality

Kelsea Schulenberg, Guo Freeman, Lingyuan Li, and Catherine Barwulor

Co-creating a Transdisciplinary Map of Technology-mediated Harms, Risks and Vulnerabilities: Challenges, Ambivalences and Opportunities

Andrés Domínguez Hernández, Alicia Cork, Emily Godwin, Ola Michalec, Emily Johnstone, Partha Das Chowdhury, Kopo M. Ramokapane, and Awais Rashid

Toward a Feminist Social Media Vulnerability Taxonomy

Kristen Barta, Cassidy Pyle, and Nazanin Andalibi

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Advocacy and Civic Tech

More Than a Property: Place-based Meaning Making and Mobilization on Social Media to Resist Gentrification

Seolha Lee and Christopher Le Dantec

Competing Imaginaries and Partisan Divides in the Data Rhetoric of Advocacy Organizations

Shiva Darian, Brianna Dym, and Amy Voida

Beyond Transactional Democracy: A Study of Civic Tech in Canada

Curtis McCord and Christoph Becker

Enacting Data Feminism in Advocacy Data Work

Shiva Darian, Aarjav Chauhan, Ricky Marton, Janet Ruppert, Kathleen Anderson, Ryan Clune, Madeline Cupchak, Max Gannett, Joel Holton, Lily Kamas, Jason Kibozi-Yocka, Devin Mauro-Gallegos, Simon Naylor, Meghan O’Malley, Mehul Patel, Jack Sandberg, Troy Siegler, Ryan Tate, Abigail Temtim, Samantha Whaley, and Amy Voida

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Health Information

Social Media is not a Health Proxy: Differences Between Social Media and Electronic Health Record Reports of Post-COVID Symptoms

Jessica Pater, Amanda Coupe, Fayika Farhat Nova, Rachel Pfafman, Jeanne Carroll, Abigal Brouwer, Camden Bohn, Jason Li, Noah Todd, Fen Lei Chang, and Shion Guha

Speculating with Care: Worker-centered Perspectives on Scale in a Chat-based Health Information Service

Naveena Karusala, Shirley Yan, Nupoor Rajkumar, Victoria G, and Richard Anderson

Calibrated Uncertainty: How In-Vitro Fertilization Patients Use Information to Regulate Emotion

Melody Ku and Mark Ackerman

Public Health Calls for/with AI: An Ethnographic Perspective

Azra Ismail, Divy Thakkar, Neha Madhiwalla, and Neha Kumar

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Human AI Collaboration II

Deliberating with AI: Improving Decision-Making for the Future through Participatory AI Design and Stakeholder Deliberation

Angie Zhang, Olympia Walker, Kaci Nguyen, Jiajun Dai, Anqing Chen, and Min Kyung Lee

Designing a Direct Feedback Loop between Humans and Convolutional Neural Networks through Local Explanations

Tong Sun, Yuyang Gao, Shubham Khaladkar, Sijia Liu, Liang Zhao, Young-Ho Kim, and Sungsoo Ray Hong

Decision Making Strategies and Team Efficacy in Human-AI Teams

Zahra Ashktorab, Imani Munyaka, James Johnson, Casey Dugan, and Qian Pan

Investigating AI Teammate Communication Strategies and Their Impact in Human-AI Teams for Effective Teamwork

Rui Zhang, Wen Duan, Christopher Flathmann, Nathan McNeese, Guo Freeman, and Alyssa Williams

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Social Behavior

Why should I bother to break the norm?: Exploring the Prospects of Adopting Technology-Driven Solutions by Indian Shrimp Farmers

Lokesh Medarametla, Saquib Ahmed, and Sanorita Dey

A Tale of Two Cultures: Comparing Interpersonal Information Disclosure Norms on Twitter

Mainack Mondal, Anju Punuru, Tyng-Wen Cheng, Kenneth Vargas, Chaz Gundry, Nathan Driggs, Noah Schill, Nathaniel Carlson, Josh Bedwell, Jaden Lorenc, Isha Ghosh, Yao Li, Nancy Fulda, and Xinru Page

Ignore the Affordances; It’s the Social Norms: How Millennials and Gen-Z Think About Where to Make a Post on Social Media

Lee Taber, Sonia Dominguez, and Steve Whittaker

“Showing the Context”: A Need for Oligopticonic Information Systems in Homelessness Measurement

Chris Bopp and Amy Voida

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Workplace II

The Relevance of KES-Oriented Processes for the Implementation of ERP Systems: Findings From an Empirical Study in German SMEs

Philipp Rutz, Christoph Kotthaus, Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho, Dave Randall, and Volkmar Pipek

Rethinking People Analytics With Inverse Transparency by Design

Valentin Zieglmeier and Alexander Pretschner

Organizing Oceanographic Infrastructure: The Work of Making a Software Pipeline Repurposable

Andrew Neang, Will Sutherland, David Ribes, and Charlotte Lee

Competencies for Code Review

Pavlína Wurzel Gonçalves, Gül Calikli, Alexander Serebrenik, and Alberto Bacchelli

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: CSCW Contexts

User Perspectives on Branching in Computer-Aided Design

Kathy Cheng, Phil Cuvin, Alison Olechowski, and Shurui Zhou

Tensions in Data Journey Activities: Mobilising, Processing, Producing, and Re-purposing Data in Environmental Assessment Practice

Rikke Hagensby Jensen, Stine Johansen, Nicolai Hansen, Ashna Mahmood Zada, and Peter Axel Nielsen

(Re)collecting Craft: Reviving Materials, Techniques, and Pedagogies of Craft for Computational Makers

Amy Cheatle and Steven Jackson

What is a File on a Phone? Personal Information Management Practices Amongst WhatsApp Users

Krishna Akhil Kumar Adavi and Amelia Acker

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Panel

Platform (In)Justice: A Call for a Global Research Agenda

Heesoo Jang, Narayanamoorthy Nanditha, Laura Schelenz, Lou Therese Bradner, Anne Burkhardt, Scott Timcke

Tues 4:30pm – 6:00pm: SIG

Purposeful AI

Tianyi Li, Francisco Iacobelli

Tues 6:30pm – 8:30pm: Reception

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Future of Work

Powerful Futures: How a Big Tech Company Envisions Humans and Technologies in the Workplace of the Future

EunJeong Cheon

Automated Emotion Recognition in the Workplace: How Proposed Technologies Reveal Potential Futures of Work

Karen Boyd and Nazanin Andalibi

Making Meaning from the Digitalization of Blue-Collar Work

Alyssa Sheehan and Christopher Le Dantec

Perspectives: Creating Inclusive and Equitable Hybrid Meeting Experiences

John Tang, Kori Inkpen, Sasa Junuzovic, Keri Mallari, Sean Rintel, Andrew Wilson, Shiraz Cupala, Tony Carbary, Abigail Sellen, and William Buxton

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Social Connections

Social Wormholes: Exploring Preferences and Opportunities for Distributed and Physically-Grounded Social Connections

Joanne Leong, Yuanyang Teng, Xingyu Liu, Hanseul Jun, Sven Kratz, Yu Jiang Tham, Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Brian Smith, and Rajan Vaish

What makes virtual intimacy…intimate? Understanding the Phenomenon and Practice of Computer-Mediated Paid Companionship

Weijun Li, Shi Chen, Lingyun Sun, and Changyuan Yang

MeetScript: Designing Transcript-based Interactions to Support Active Participation in Group Video Meetings

Xinyue Chen, Shuo Li, Shipeng Liu, Robin Fowler, and Xu Wang

Alone and Together: Resilience in a Fluid Socio-Technical-Natural System

Beatriz Palacios Abad, Michael Koohang, Morgan Vigil-Hayes, and Ellen Zegura

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Moderation III

“Defaulting to boilerplate answers, they didn’t engage in a genuine conversation”: Dimensions of Transparency Design in Creator Moderation

Renkai Ma and Yubo Kou

Remove, Reduce, Inform: What Actions do People Want Social Media Platforms to Take on Potentially Misleading Content?

Shubham Atreja, Libby Hemphill, and Paul Resnick

Wisdom of Two Crowds: Misinformation Moderation on Reddit and How to Improve this Process—A Case Study of COVID-19

Lia Bozarth, Jane Im, Christopher Quarles, and Ceren Budak

“Nip it in the Bud”: Moderation Strategies in Open Source Software Projects and the Role of Bots

Jane Hsieh, Joselyn Kim, Laura Dabbish, and Haiyi Zhu

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Health

It Takes Two to Avoid Pregnancy: Addressing Conflicting Perceptions of Birth Control Pill Responsibility in Romantic Relationships

Marcus Ma, Chae Hyun Kim, Kaely Hall, and Jennifer Kim

Conflicts of Control: Continuous Blood Glucose Monitoring and Coordinated Caregiving for Teenagers with Type 1 Diabetes

Yihan Yu and David McDonald

Understanding and Designing Multi-level Preventive Medication Support Against HIV for Men who Have Sex with Men in Taiwan

Chien Wen (Tina) Yuan, Yuan-Chi Tseng, and Carol Strong

Understanding the Benefits and Design of Chatbots to Meet the Healthcare Needs of Migrant Workers

Yuan-Chi Tseng, Weerachaya Jarupreechachan, and Tuan-he Lee

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Older Adults

Towards Equitable Online Participation: A Case of Older Adult Content Creators’ Role Transition on Short-form Video Sharing Platforms

Xinru Tang, Xianghua(Sharon) Ding, and Kyrie Zhou

Mind and Body: The Complex Role of Social Resources in Understanding and Managing Depression in Older Adults

Seraphina Yong, Min-Wei Hung, Chien Wen (Tina) Yuan, Chih-Chiang Chiu, Ming-Chyi Huang, and Chuang-wen You

“How do I compare to the other people?”: Older Adults’ Perspectives on Personal Smart Home Data for Self-Management

Clara Caldeira, Novia Nurain, Anna Heintzman, Haley Molchan, Kelly Caine, George Demiris, Katie Siek, Blaine Reeder, and Kay Connelly

Privacy vs. Awareness: Relieving the Tension between Older Adults and Adult Children When Sharing In-home Activity Data

Jiachen Li, Bingrui Zong, Tingyu Cheng, Yunzhi Li, Elizabeth Mynatt, and Ashutosh Dhekne

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Collaboration II

In the Age of Collaboration, the Computer-Aided Design Ecosystem is Behind: An Interview Study of Distributed CAD Practice

Kathy Cheng, Michal Davis, Jasmine Zhang, Shurui Zhou, and Alison Olechowski

Judgment Sieve: Reducing Uncertainty in Group Judgments through Interventions Targeting Ambiguity versus Disagreement

Quan Ze Chen and Amy Zhang

Exploring Collaborative Culture Sharing Dynamics in Immigrant Families through Digital Crafting and Storytelling

Amna Liaqat, Carrie Demmans Epp, Minghao Cai, and Cosmin Munteanu

From Bias to Repair: Error as a Site of Collaboration and Negotiation in Applied Data Science Work

Cindy Lin and Steven Jackson

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Teaching and Learning

Learning by Teaching: Key Challenges and Design Implications

Amy Debbané, Ken Jen Lee, Jarvis Tse, and Edith Law

Building Causal Agency in Autistic Students through Iterative Reflection in Collaborative Transition Planning

Rachel Lowy, Chung Eun Lee, Gregory Abowd, and Jennifer Kim

Can Synchronous Code Editing and Awareness Tools Support Remote Tutoring? Effects on Learning and Teaching

Stephanie Yang, Amreen Poonawala, Tian-Shun Jiang, and Bertrand Schneider

MirrorUs: Mirroring Peers’ Affective Cues to Promote Learner’s Meta-Cognition in Video-based Learning

Si Chen, Jason Situ, Haocong Cheng, Desirée Kirst, and Yun Huang

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: Misinformation II

Reviewing Interventions to Address Misinformation: The Need to Expand Our Vision Beyond an Individualistic Focus

Zhila Aghajari, Eric Baumer, and Dominic DiFranzo

Mechanisms of True and False Rumor Sharing in Social Media: Collective Intelligence or Herd Behavior?

Nicolas Pröllochs and Stefan Feuerriegel

Diffusion of Community Fact-Checked Misinformation on Twitter

Chiara Drolsbach and Nicolas Pröllochs

Tweet Trajectory and AMPS-based Contextual Cues can Help Users Identify Misinformation

Himanshu Zade, Megan Woodruff, Erika Johnson, Mariah Stanley, Zhennan Zhou, Minh Tu Huynh, Alissa Acheson, Gary Hsieh, and Kate Starbird

Wed 9:00am – 10:30am: SIG

Platform (In)Justice: Exploring Research Priorities and Practical Solutions

Heesoo Jang, Nanditha Narayanamoorthy, Laura Schelenz, Lou Therese Brandner, Anne Burkhardt, Simon David Hirsbrunner, Jessica Pidoux, Scott Timcke, Airi Lampinen, Riyaj Shaikh

Wed 10:30am – 11:00am: Coffee Break

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: State of the Field

Digital Legacy: A Systematic Literature Review

Dylan Doyle and Jed Brubaker

Understanding Design Collaboration Between Designers and Artificial Intelligence: A Systematic Literature Review

Yang Shi, Tian Gao, Xiaohan Jiao, and Nan Cao

Technology-Enabled Interventions for Sustaining Behaviour Change in Adolescents: A Scoping Review for Research Gaps

Grace Chin and Kenny Chow

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: Activism

Comfort Activism: Online Photography for Social Change in a Minority Group

Majdah Alshehri and Norman Su

Identity Struggles as Online Activism in China: A Case Study Based on “The Inviting Plan for 985 Fives” Community on Douban

Qinyuan Lei, Kit Kuksenok, Ran Tang, Jingyi Guo, Ran Ji, and Jiaxun Li

The Unseen Landscape of Abolitionism: Examining the role of digital maps in grassroots organizing

Dashiel Carrera, Ufuoma Ovienmhada, Safa Hussein, and Robert Soden

Participatory Writing as Activism: The Work of Organizing A Swedish MeToo Initiative Through Social Media

Ida Larsen-Ledet and Chiara Rossitto

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: Health and AI

Probing Respiratory Care With Generative Deep Learning

Hugo Scurto, Thomas Similowski, Samuel Bianchini, and Baptiste Caramiaux

Explanation before Adoption: Supporting Informed Consent for Complex Machine Learning and IoT Health Platforms

Rachel Eardley, Emma Tonkin, Ewan Soubutts, Amid Ayobi, Gregory Tourte, Rachael Gooberman-Hill, Ian Craddock, and Aisling Ann O’Kane

Beyond Self-diagnosis: How a Chatbot-based Symptom Checker Should Respond

Xinning Gui, YueYou, Chun-huaTsai, YaoLi, FenglongMa, Christopher Heron

Working with AI to persuade: Examining a large language model’s ability to generate pro-vaccination messages

Elise Karinshak, Sunny Xun Liu, Joon Sung Park, and Jeff Hancock

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: Online Experiences

You Know What I Meme: Enhancing People’s Understanding and Awareness of Hateful Memes Using Crowdsourced Explanations

Nanyi Bi, Janet Yi-Ching Huang, Chao-Chun Han, and Jane Yung-jen Hsu

Slowing it Down: Towards facilitating interpersonal mindfulness in online polarizing conversations over social media

Teale Masrani, Jack Jamieson, Naomi Yamashita, and Helen Ai He

Becoming an Online Wine Taster: An Ethnographic Study on the Digital Mediation of Taste

Jenny Berkholz, Margarita Esau-Held, Alexander Boden, Gunnar Stevens, and Peter Tolmie

GuesSync!: An Online Casual Game To Reduce Affective Polarization

Ashwin Rajadesingan, Daniel Choo, Jessica Zhang, Mia Inakage, Ceren Budak, and Paul Resnick

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: Platform Mediated Economies

TheWork to Make PieceworkWork: An Ethnographic Study of Food Delivery Work in India During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Riyaj Shaikh, Airi Lampinen, and Barry Brown

The Unsung Heroes of Facebook Groups Moderation: A Case Study of Moderation Practices and Tools

Tina Kuo, Alicia Hernani, and Jens Grossklags

Charting the Automation of Hospitality: An interdisciplinary literature review examining the evolution of frontline service work in the face of algorithmic management

Franchesca Spektor, Sarah Fox, Ezra Awumey, Ben Begleiter, Chinmay Kulkarni, Betsy Stringam, Christine Riordan, Hye Jin Rho, Hunter Akridge, and Jodi Forlizzi

Understanding Platform Mediated Work-Life: A Diary Study with Gig Economy Freelancers

Marta E. Cecchinato, John Rooksby, and Joseph Newbold

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: Security and Trust

What Mid-Career Professionals Think, Know, and Feel About Phishing: Opportunities for University IT Departments to Better Empower Employees in Their Anti-Phishing Decisions

Anne Clara Tally, Jacob Abbott, Ashley Bochner, Sanchari Das, and Christena Nippert-Eng

Catch Me if You Can: “Delaying” as a Social Engineering Technique in the Post-Attack Phase

Fatemeh Alizadeh, Gunnar Stevens, Timo Jakobi, and Jana Krüger

Examining the Impact of Provenance-Enabled Media on Trust and Accuracy Perceptions

K. J. Kevin Feng, Nick Ritchie, Pia Blumenthal, Andy Parsons, and Amy Zhang

Transparency, Trust, and Security Needs for the Design of Digital News Authentication Tools

Errol Francis II, Ayana Monroe, Emily Sidnam-Mauch, Bernat Ivancsics, Eve Washington, Susan McGregor, Joseph Bonneau, and Kelly Caine

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: Chatbots and Conversational Agents

Ignorance is Bliss? The Effect of Explanations on Perceptions of Voice Assistants

William Seymour and Jose Such

CommunityBots: Creating and Evaluating A Multi-Agent Chatbot Platform for Public Input Elicitation

Zhiqiu Jiang, Mashrur Rashik, Kunjal Panchal, Mahmood Jasim, Ali Sarvghad, Pari Riahi, Erica DeWitt, Fey Thurber, and Narges Mahyar

“I don’t know how to help with that” – Learning from Limitations of Modern Conversational Agent Systems in Caregiving Networks

Tamara Zubatiy, Niharika Mathur, Larry Heck, Kayci Vickers, Agata Rozga, and Elizabeth Mynatt

Wed 11:00 – 12:30:  Panel

Realizing Values in Hybrid Environments: A SIGCHI Perspective

Adriana S Vivacqua, Neha Kumar, Nicola J. Bidwell

Wed 11:00 – 12:30: SIG

Internet Research Ethics: A CSCW Community Discussion

Casey Fiesler, Jessica Pater, Janet Read, Jessica Vitak, Michael Zimmer

Wed 12:30pm – 2:30pm – Lunch Break

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Safety

Discovering the Hidden Facts of User-Dispatcher Interactions via Text-based Reporting Systems for Community Safety

Yiren Liu, Ryan Mayfield, and Yun Huang

Getting Meta: A Multimodal Approach for Detecting Unsafe Conversations within Instagram Direct Messages of Youth

Shiza Ali, Afsaneh Razi, Ashwaq Alsoubai, Seunghyun Kim, Chen Ling, Munmun De Choudhury, Pamela Wisniewski, and Gianluca Stringhini

Understanding Safety Risks and Safety Design in Social VR Environments

Qingxiao Zheng, Shengyang Xu, Wang Lingqing, Yiliu Tang, Rohan Charudatt Salvi, Guo Freeman, and Yun Huang

Sliding into My DMs: Detecting Uncomfortable or Unsafe Sexual Risk Experiences within Instagram Direct Messages Grounded in the Perspective of Youth

Afsaneh Razi, Seunghyun Kim, Ashwaq Alsoubai, Shiza Ali, Gianluca Stringhini, Munmun De Choudhury, and Pamela Wisniewski

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: CSCW Around the World

A Matter of Time: Anticipation Work and Digital Temporalities in Refugee Humanitarian Assistance in Turkey

Cansu Ekmekcioglu, Priyank Chandra, and Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed

Articulation Work and the Management of Intersubjectivity Disjunctures in Offshored Manufacturing

Jingjing Liu, Xun Wang, Peter Tolmie, and Volker Wulf

“I Have to Use My Son’s QR Code to Run the Business”: Unpacking Senior Street Vendors’ Challenges in Mobile Money Collection in China

Changyang He, Lu He, Zhicong Lu, and Bo Li

Reconsidering Priorities for Digital Maternal and Child Health: Community-centered Perspectives from South Africa

Toshka Coleman, Sarina Till, Jaydon Farao, Londiwe Deborah Shandu, Nonkululeko Khuzwayo, Livhuwani Muthelo, Masenyani Oupa Mbombi, MA Bopape Bopape, Alastair van Heerden, Tebogo Maria Mothiba, Shane Norris, Nervo Verdezoto, and Melissa Densmore

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Online Content and Algorithms

Sociotechnical Audits: Broadening the Algorithm Auditing Lens to Investigate Targeted Advertising

Michelle Lam, Ayush Pandit, Colin Kalicki, Rachit Gupta, Poonam Sahoo, and Danaë Metaxa

Having your Privacy Cake and Eating it Too: Platform-supported Auditing of Social Media Algorithms for Public Interest

Basileal Imana, Aleksandra Korolova, and John Heidemann

Don’t Let Netflix Drive the Bus: User’s Sense of Agency Over Time and Content Choice on Netflix

Brennan Schaffner, Antonia Stefanescu, Liv Campili, and Marshini Chetty

Investigating the Impacts of YouTube’s Content Policies on Journalism and Political Discourse

Jared Van Natta, Saleem Masadeh, and Bill Hamilton

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Conspiracy Theories

Learning from the Ex-Believers: Individuals’ Journeys In and Out of Conspiracy Theories Online

Kristen Engel, Shruti Phadke, and Tanushree Mitra

A Golden Age: Conspiracy Theories’ Relationship with Misinformation Outlets, News Media, and the Wider Internet

Hans Hanley, Deepak Kumar, and Zakir Durumeric

Navigating Information-Seeking in Conspiratorial Waters: Anti-Trafficking Advocacy and Education Post QAnon

Rachel Moran, Stephen Prochaska, Izzi Grasso, and Isabelle Schlegel

Mobilizing Manufactured Reality: How Participatory Disinformation Shaped Deep Stories to Catalyze Action during the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

Stephen Prochaska, Kayla Duskin, Zarine Kharazian, Carly Minow, Stephanie Blucker, Sylvie Venuto, Jevin West, and Kate Starbird

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Health Support

Computer-Mediated Sharing Circles for Intersectional Peer Support with Home Care Workers

Anthony Poon, Matthew Luebke, Julia Loughman, Ann Lee, Lourdes Guerrero, Madeline Sterling, and Nicola Dell

Supporters First: Understanding Online Social Support on Mental Health from a Supporter Perspective

Meeyun Kim, Koustuv Saha, Munmun De Choudhury, and Daejin Choi

“We are half-doctors”: Family Caregivers as Boundary Actors in Chronic Disease Management

Karthik S Bhat, Amanda Hall, Tiffany Kuo, and Neha Kumar

“Thoughts & Prayers” or “: Heart Reaction: & :Prayer Reaction:”: How the Release of New Reactions on CaringBridge Reshapes Supportive Communication in Health Crises

C. Estelle Smith, Zachary Levonian, and Hannah Miller Hillberg

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Educational Technology

ML-Based Teaching Systems: A Conceptual Framework

Philipp Spitzer, Niklas Kuehl, Daniel Heinz, and Gerhard Satzger

PATHWiSE: An Authoring Tool to Support Teachers to Create Robot-Supported Social Learning Experiences During Homework

Paul Hatch, Md Anisur Rahman, and Joseph Michaelis

Intelligent Coaching Systems: Understanding One-to-many Coaching for ill-defined Problem Solving

Evey Jiaxin Huang, Daniel Rees Lewis, Shubhanshi Gaudani, Matthew Easterday, and Elizabeth Gerber

Literacy and the Process of Becoming Home: Learnings from an Interactive Storytelling-Initiative

Anne Weibert, Nora Oertel Ribeiro, Max Krüger, Ahmad Alkhatib, Marcela Muntean, Konstantin Aal, and Dave Randall

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Inclusion

“Connected to the people”: Social Inclusion & Cohesion in Action through a Cultural Heritage Digital Tool

Valentina Nisi, Paulo Bala, Vanessa Cesário, Stuart James, Alessio Del Bue, and Nuno Nunes

Exploring Challenges to Inclusion in Participatory Design From the Perspectives of Global North Practitioners

Salma Elsayed-Ali, Elizabeth Bonsignore, and Joel Chan

Crossing the Threshold: Pathways into Makerspaces for Women at the Intersectional Margins

Sonali Hedditch and Dhaval Vyas

Benefits of Community Voice: A Framework for Understanding Inclusion of Community Voice in HCI4D

Manika Saha, Stephen Lindsay, Delvin Varghese, Tom Bartindale, and Patrick Olivier

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: Security and Privacy

Cybersecurity, Safety, & Privacy Concerns of Student Support Structure for Information and Communication Technologies in Online Education

Faiza Tazi, Sunny Shrestha, and Sanchari Das

“We picked community over privacy”: Privacy and Security Concerns Emerging from Remote Learning Sociotechnical Infrastructure During COVID-19

Kelly Wagman, Elana Blinder, Kevin Song, Antoine Vignon, Solomon Dworkin, Tamara Clegg, Jessica Vitak, and Marshini Chetty

Investigating Security Folklore: A Case Study on the Tor over VPN Phenomenon

Matthias Fassl, Alexander Ponticello, Adrian Dabrowski, and Katharina Krombholz

‘Don’t Fall for This’: Communications about Cybersafety from the AARP

Nora McDonald and Helena M. Mentis

Wed 2:30pm – 4:00pm: AI and Trust

People Perceive Algorithmic Assessments as Less Fair and Trustworthy Than Identical Human Assessments

Lillio Mok, Sasha Nanda, and Ashton Anderson

From Human to Data to Dataset: Mapping the Traceability of Human Subjects in Computer Vision Datasets

Morgan Scheuerman, Katy Weathington, Tarun Mugunthan, Emily Denton, and Casey Fiesler

Being Trustworthy is Not Enough: How Untrustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI) Can Deceive the End-Users and Gain Their Trust

Nikola Banovic, Zhuoran Yang, Aditya Ramesh, and Alice Liu

Capturing the Dynamics of Trust and Team Processes in Human-Human-Agent Teams via Multidimensional Neural Recurrence Analyses

Lucca Eloy, Cara Spencer, Emily Doherty, and Leanne Hirshfield

Wed 4:00pm – 4:30pm – Coffee Break

Wed 4:30pm – 6:00pm – Plenary

Keynote: Rumman Chowdhury