Publications

 

Refereed Conference Papers


Kelly, R. M., Gooch, D. J., Patil, B, & Watts, L. A. 2017. Demanding by design: supporting effortful communication practices in close personal relationships. In Proceedings of the 20th ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing. [Acceptance rate: 25%].


Kelly, R. M., Watts, L. A., & Payne, S. J., 2016. Can visualization of contributions support fairness in collaborative work? Findings from meters in an online game. In Proceedings of the 19th ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing. [Acceptance rate: 25%]. [PDF]


Kelly, R. M., & Payne, S. J., 2014. Collaborative web search in context: A study of tool use in everyday tasks. In Proceedings of ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing. [Acceptance rate: 32%]. [PDF].


Kelly, R. M., & Gooch, D. J., 2012. Understanding participation and opportunities for design from an online postcard sending community. In Proceedings of ACM conference on Designing Interactive Systems, Newcastle, June 2012. [Acceptance rate: 20%]. [PDF].



Late-Breaking Research Papers


Jones, S. L., & Kelly, R. M., 2016. Finding “interesting” correlations in multi-faceted personal informatics systems. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. [PDF]


Jones, S. L., & Kelly, R. M., 2016. Sensemaking challenges in personal informatics and self-monitoring systems. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. [PDF]


Gooch, D. J., & Kelly, R. M., 2016. Season’s greetings: An analysis of Christmas card use. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. [PDF]


Kelly, R. M., Gooch, D. J., & Watts, L. 2015. Is ‘additional’ effort always negative? Understanding discretionary work in interpersonal communications. To appear in CSCW 2015 poster session. [Acceptance rate: 50%]. [PDF].



Workshop Papers


Patil, B., Kelly, R. M., Stanton Fraser, D., Gavin, J., & Reddington, C., 2016. Supporting distant familial relationships with the internet of things. In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Comptuing: Adjunct.


Kelly, R. M., Gooch, D. J., & Watts, L. A., 2016. Technology appropriation as discretionary effort in mediated close personal relationships. Presented at Workshop on Collaborative Appropriation: How Couples, Teams, Groups and Communities Adapt and Adopt Technologies. At CSCW 2016. [PDF]


Kelly, R. M., & Watts, L. A., 2015. Characterising the inventive appropriation of emoji as relationally meaningful in close personal relationships. Presented at Workshop on Experiences of Technology Appropriation: Unanticipated Users, Usage, Circumstances, and Design. At ECSCW 2015. [PDF]


Kelly, R. M., & Payne, S. J., 2013. Division of labour in collaborative information seeking: current approaches and future directions. Presented at 3rd Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking: Consolidating the Past, Creating the Future. At CSCW 2013. [PDF].



Poster Papers


Kelly, R. M., & Gooch, D. J., 2012. Postcards connecting the world. Presented at Images of Research Exhibition, University of Bath, 2012. [PDF].


Kelly, R. M., 2011. An economic approach to studying division of workload in collaborative search tasks. Presented at British HCI 2011, Newcastle, July 2011. 9/10 approval rating by judges. [PDF].


Kelly, R. M., 2011. Division of workload as an economic game. Presented at Meeting of Minds conference, University of Bath. Runner-up, best poster presentation. [PNG].



Doctoral Consortia


Kelly, R. M., 2013. Fairness in the division and completion of collaborative work. Presented at CSCW Doctoral Colloquium, February 2013. [PDF].


Kelly, R. M., 2011. An economic approach to studying division of workload in collaborative search tasks. Presented at British HCI doctoral consortium, July 2011. [PDF].



Articles


Gooch, D. J., & Kelly, R. M., 2012. Three directions for the future of HCI. BCS Interfaces Magazine, Autumn 2012.


Kelly, R. M., 2011. Coming of age: A student’s perspective on HCI 2011. BCS Interfaces Magazine, Autumn 2011. Invited article. [PDF]


Kelly, R. M., 2011. Subliminal computing: the support you don’t see. ACM XRDS Magazine, 18 (1), September 2011. Feature article. [PDF]



Interactive Demonstrations


Kelly, R. M., & Gooch, D. J., 2012. Postcards connecting the world: demonstration of the Postcrossing Project. Presented at DIS 2012.

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