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    Paper, Panel, and Workshop at CSCW 2014

    by  • November 9, 2013 • Presentations, Publications, Research, Social Computing, Talks, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    I’ll be jumping back into work next semester. What better way to kick off my return than a trip to CSCW 2014 in Baltimore?! I’m organizing the Feminism and Social Media Research Workshop on Sunday, participating in the panel The Ethos and Pragmatics of Data Sharing, and presenting a paper called Tweet Acts: How...

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    Building Bridges: A Study of Coordination in Projects

    by  • September 16, 2009 • Academia, Collaboration, Dissertation, ECC, Organizations, Publications, Research • 0 Comments

    On August 13, I successfully defended my dissertation. Today, I submitted my final, approved version to University of Michigan’s institutional repository. That version won’t be available until after I receive my degree in December, but you’re welcome to read a nearly identical version of my complete dissertation. Dissertation Abstract In our efforts to understand...

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    What is an actor?

    by  • June 23, 2008 • Dissertation, ECC, Publications, Research, Writing • 0 Comments

    Some colleagues and I recently submitted a paper to a conference, and last week I sent in our rebuttals to the reviewers’ comments. Our paper introduces some terms from actor-network theory (ANT) to an audience that isn’t terribly familiar with ANT. I like ANT as a method, not really a theory, for helping sort...

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    Drafts – new section of libbyh.com

    by  • May 25, 2007 • Publications, Research • 0 Comments

    This morning I started a new page called “Drafts” that you can access from the right navigation bar.  I intend to keep that page updated periodically with drafts of papers on which I’m currently working.  Yan Chen rallied a bunch of us to join her at SI North on Friday mornings to sit and...

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    Rethinking failure

    by  • April 18, 2007 • Classes, Publications, Research • 2 Comments

    I took a class taught by Karl Weick during the Fall 2006 term. I can’t remember the title of the class, but I know it was MO 700. I’ll call it “MO.” MO and I were instant friends. The reading list was interesting; the course discussions were, for the most part, thoughtful. And Karl...

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