The following full papers will be presented at Communities & Technologies 2013:

Paper Session 1 – 1.7.2013 9:30 – 12:30 – with coffee break in between

  • Boram Park, Kibeom Lee and Namjun Kang. The Impact of Influential Leaders in the Formation and Development of Social Networks
  • Emilia Louisa Pucci and Ingrid Mulder. Agorà 2.0: Designing Hybrid Communities
  • Bernd Ploderer, Wally Smith, Steve Howard, Jon Pearce and Ron Borland. Patterns of Support in an Online Community for Smoking Cessation
  • Jes A. Koepfler, Katie Shilton and Kenneth R. Fleischmann. A stake in the issue of homelessness: Identifying values of interest for design in online communities

Paper Session 2 (Research-In-Progress) – 1.7.2013 15:00 – 17:00

  • Gianluca Schiavo, Marco Milano, Jorge Saldivar, Tooba Nasir, Massimo Zancanaro and Gregorio Convertino. Agora2.0: Enhancing Civic Participation through a Public Display
  • Sanna Malinen and Piia Nurkka. The role of community in exercise: Cross-cultural study of online exercise diary users
  • Marcus Foth, Christine Stchell, Jan Seeburger and Rebekah Russell-Bennett. Social and Mobile Interaction Design to Increase the Loyalty Rates of Young Blood Donors
  • Simon Straßburger. How User Communities Improve Mass Customization Productivity

Paper Session 3 – 2.7.2013 9:00 – 11:00

  • Claudia Müller-Birn, Leonhard Dobusch and James D. Herbsleb. Work-to-Rule: The Emergence of Algorithmic Governance in Wikipedia
  • Ann Light, Nicolai Brodersen Hansen, Kim Halskov, Katie J. Hill, Fiona Hackney and Peter Dalsgaard. Exploring the dynamics of ownership in community oriented projects
  • Katie Shilton and Jes Koepfler. Making Space for Values: Communication & Values Levers in a Virtual Team
  • Alyson L. Young, Tamara Peyton and Wayne Lutters. Understanding Situated Action in Ludic Ecologies

Paper Session 4 – 2.7.2013 13:30 – 15:00

  • Abraham Doris-Down, Husayn Versee and Eric Gilbert. Political Blend: An Application Designed to Bring People Together Based on Political Differences
  • Sergio Herranz, Paloma Díaz, David Díez and Ignacio Aedo. Studying Social Technologies and Communities of Volunteers in Emergency Management
  • Alan Chamberlain, Andy Crabtree and Mark Davies. Community Engagement for Research: contextual design in rural CSCW system development

Paper Session 5 – 2.7.2013 15:30 – 17:00

  • Martin Traunmueller and Ava Fatah gen. Schieck. Introducing the Space Recommender System: How crowd-sourced voting data can enrich Urban Exploration in the digital Era
  • Dimitrios Ringas and Eleni Christopoulou. Collective City Memory: Field Experience on the Effect of Urban Computing on Community

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