Scholar Publications


  • Antony R, Chang V, Ha-Hoang MT, Refugio JC, Rucker JE, Gursoy A. Toxic By Design: Exploring the Relationship of Game Affordances and Negative Behavior. iConference 2023 Proceedings. Best Poster Award.
  • Simons RN, Brown E, DeGuia AJ, Booth KM, Davidson CM. Supporting and Including Marginalized Students in University Patient Portal Design. iConference 2023 Proceedings.
  • Russo T, Theodros T, Gupta A, Booth K, Ayalon O. Online Privacy Concerns and the Teenage Perspective: A Comprehensive Review and Next Steps Towards Teen-Centered Design of Social Media Platforms. iConference 2023 Proceedings.
  • Patel KV, Williams MN, Adams JM, Pinter AT. It’s just that sudden feeling of being transported: Music as a digital possession after a romantic relationship ends. iConference 2023 Proceedings.
  • Baca-Vazquez A, Fata K, Jeong S, Tabe J, Touqan SJ, Carter D, Stratton C. Investigating the Presence of Low-code/No-code Design Tools in Creative Labor. iConference 2023 Proceedings.
  • Daniel Gardner & Shanley Corvite. 2023. First Impressions: Effects of Representation on Video Game Covers. In Proceedings of the 2023 DiGRA International Conference.
  • Forthcoming. “Against Fragile Authorities: Studying Games With Non-“Gamers”.


  • Duque MF, Hernandez Teran M, Cach JV, Eikey EV, Booth K. Exploring Patterns in White Extremists’ Ideologies: A Preliminary Mixed Methods Approach to Analyzing Manifestos Shared via ICTs. iConference 2021 Proceedings.


  • Ayala G, Feng R, Gamarra A, Nathani S, Mott M. Designing technology for all: Exploring how elearning platforms support students with low vision when designing their web content. iConference 2020 Proceedings.
  • Carrera D, Kene F, Reilly RO, Bahm CR. How do the movement patterns of homeless youth affect their information seeking behaviors within the systems provided to them. iConference 2020 Proceedings.
  • Chew A, Delgado-Fernandini GC, Cantrell J, Carter D. Who gave you the right?: Exploring power and politics in journalism and academic work chronicling Hurricane Maria. iConference 2020 Proceedings. Best Poster Award.
  • Dodson J, Saint Preux N, Thang J, Eikey EV. Depression Management as Lifestyle Management: Exploring Existing Practices and Perceptions Among College Students. In International Conference on Information. iConference. 2020 Mar 23 (pp. 237-255). Springer, Cham.
  • Duque MF, Khalid MH, Cach JV, Teran MH, Moore K. An unholy alliance: Christian identity extremists and ICTs. iConference 2020 Proceedings.
  • Frye CC, Ly LG, Murrieta J, Sun L, Cochancela CS, Eikey EV. Perceived Use and Effects of Social Media for 1 to 2.5 Generation Immigrant College Students with Depression: Results from a Mixed Methods Survey. In International Conference on Information. iConference. 2020 Mar 23 (pp. 130-150). Springer, Cham.
  • Nguyen T, Khan N, Berardi A, Corvite S, Norman C, Gardner DL. Exploring the perceptions of race on video game covers. iConference 2020 Proceedings.
  • Ramos J, Lopez I, Gonzalez J, Musikavanhu B, Auxier B. Snapchat abandonment among self-identified millennial women: A proposed research project. iConference 2020 Proceedings.
  • Reza A, Nedd A, Chu S, Castillo A, Khan Z, Gardner DL. I like the way the skin looks”: Player perspectives on aesthetic appeal and self-representation with video game” Skins. iConference 2020 Proceedings. Best Poster Finalist.
  • Roulston CA, Fadrigon BH, Smith CE, Maestre J. Investigating how queer people of color use ICTs to cope with stigma. iConference 2020 Proceedings.


  • Jordan Dodson, Jenni Thang, Naika Saint Preux, Christopher Frye, Linh Ly, Julissa Murrieta, Linda Sun, Elizabeth V. Eikey. Investigating Health Self-Management among Immigrant College Students with Depression. In International Conference on Information. iConference 2019. Springer, Cham.
  • Julia Cope, Marco Arias, DeAndre’ Williams, Cristina Bahm, Vusumuzi Ngwazini. Firefighters’ Strategies for Processing Spatial Information During Emergency Rescue Searches. iConference 2019. Washington, DC, USA.
  • Vincent Grimaldi, Josue Figueroa, Jasmine Sullivan, Bryan Dosono. From Gridiron Gang to Game Plan: Impact of ICTs on Student Athlete Information Seeking Practices, Routines, and Long-term Goals. iConference 2019. Washington, DC, USA.
  • Maravilla, Morelia Malina; Cisneros, Angela; Stoddard, Alvorado; Scretching, Desiree DeAndrea; Murray, Brian Kyle; Redmiles, Elissa. Defining virtual reality: Insights from research and practice. iConference 2019. Washington, DC, USA.
  • Reza A, Chu S, Khan Z, Nedd A, Castillo A, Gardner D. Skins for sale: Linking player identity, representation, and purchasing practices. In International Conference on Information. iConference 2019. Mar 31 (pp. 124-131). Springer, Cham.
  • Eric J. Rivera, Madeline L. Poldruhi, Chelsea R. Ward, Glen E. Jenkins II, Eugene Nichols, III, Anthony T. Pinter. The Black at the End of the Rainbow: Online Discrimination Among LGBTQ African Americans. iConference 2019. Washington, DC, USA.
  • Chelsea Sanchez, Paige Franjione, Jalin Parker, Zachery Brinner, Herminio Bodon, and Cristina Bahm. Understanding Landmarks in Spatial Information: Does Sentiment Provide Enough Context? iConference 2019. Washington, DC, USA.


  • Devon Adams, Alseny Bah, Catherine Barwulor, Nureli Musabay, Kadeem Pitkin, Elissa M. Redmiles. Perceptions of the Privacy and Security of Virtual Reality. iConference 2018. Sheffield, UK.
  • Devon Adams, Alseny Bah, Catherine Barwulor, Nureli Musabay, Kadeem Pitkin, Elissa M. Redmiles.Ethics Emerging: The Story of Privacy and Security Perceptions in Virtual Reality. The 2018 USENIX Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS). Baltimore, MD, USA.
  • Babichenko, Dmitriy; Grieve, Lorin; Velez, Jonathan; Lutz, John; Farkas, Deborah; Bailey, Kailani; Freeman, Morgan; Wynn, Taylor. Beyond the Scope: Using Motion Capture Data from Bronchoscopy Simulations to Build Feedback Models. iConference 2018. Sheffield, UK.
  • Figueroa, Josue, Grimaldi, Vincent, Sullivan, Jasmine, Dosono, Bryan. Finding a Future Beyond the Field: Exploring ICT-Mediated Practices of Student Athletes. iConference 2018. Sheffield, UK.
  • Jeffrey, Monique; Whiting, Mark; Kozolan, Abrere S.; Motorin, Imauri; Samuel, Osei-Afriyie. Tasker: Safely Serving Verifiable Micro-tasks for Researchers. iConference 2018. Sheffield, UK.
  • Lopez, Diane; Sugatan, Carlo; Abdirahman, Ahmed; Randall, Virginia; Ho Liu, Alexis; Robles Bahm, Cristina.A Study of ELL Adult’s Use of Mobile Communication Applications: an Examination of Tie Strength. In iConference 2018 Proceedings. Sheffield, UK.
  • Julissa Murrieta, Christopher C. Frye, Linda Sun, Linh G. Ly, Courtney S. Cochancela, Elizabeth V. Eikey. #Depression: Findings from a Literature Review of 10 Years of Social Media and Depression Research. In International Conference on Information. iConference 2018. Springer, Cham.
  • Ollivierre, Rachel; Carter, Daniel; Younge, Lauryn; Guerrero, David; Robles, Daniel; Adams, Medhin. On-Demand Labor: Tactics of Flexibility and Control. iConference 2018. Sheffield, UK.
  • Jasmine Smith, Kelly Gomez, Jessica Davis, Angelica Cortes-Rivera. Yes, You Can Touch This: Designing Interactive Media for Museum Spaces. iConference 2018. Sheffield, UK.
  • Speckels K, Arias M, Cope J, Bryson T, Ngwazini V, Williams D, Robles Bahm C. Towards the creation of cognitively salient wayfinding aids for emergency first responders. iConference 2018. Sheffield, UK.


  • Farzan, R., Ahmed, G., Espinoza, Y., Euley, N. & Villarreal, M. (2017). Welcome New Americans! Investigating the role of hyper-local online communities in integration of immigrants. In iConference 2017 Proceedings, Vol. 2 (pp. 99-106).
  • Hedayati, M., Falana, A., Bahm, C. R., Domingo, T., Hampton, N., & Maurat, R. (2017). Examining the Role of Cognitive Maps and Familiarity in Wayfinding Over Time. In iConference 2017 Proceedings (pp. 781-785).
  • Oge, S., James, D., & Jung, C. An Exploration of the Intersection between Black Music and Teaching Computer Science. In iConference 2017 Proceedings (pp. 815-819).
  • Olliverre, Rachel; Younge, Lauryn; Robles, Daniel; Guerrero, David; Adam, Medhin; Carter, Daniel. Labor in the Gig Economy: Opportunities for Information Studies. iConference 2017. Wuhan, China.
  • Randall, V., Abdirahman, A., Ho-Liu, A., Lopez, D., Sugatan, C., & Bahm, C. R.Understanding ESL Adults’ Decisions in Mobile Communication Apps: Towards the Development of an Inclusive App. In iConference 2017 Proceedings (pp. 641-644).
  • Rodriguez, J. L., Chaco, J., Contreras, C., & Ramgoolam, D. (2017). Exploring the Role of Social Media in the Information Seeking Behavior of Millennials in Search of Safe Sex and Sexual Health Information. In iConference 2017 Proceedings (pp. 794-797).
  • Velez, J., Neal, T., Babichenko, D., Wallace, R.-D., McCray, J., Jenkins, S., Haddock A. & Jordan, A. (2017). Leveraging social media to generate narrative for virtual patient simulations. In iConference 2017 Proceedings (pp. 803-808).


  • Babichenko, Dmitriy and Druzdzel, Marek J and Grieve, Lorin and Patel, Ravi and Velez, Jonathan and Neal, Taylor and McCray, James and Wallace, Rae-Djamaal and Jenkins, Sean.Designing the model patient: Data-driven virtual patients in medical education. In 2016 IEEE International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health (SeGAH). Orlando, Florida.
  • Bahm CR, Domingo T, Falana A, Hampton N, Hedayati M, Maurat R. The role of cognitive maps in familiarity and wayfinding. In iConference 2016 Proceedings.
  • Ballintine, Llonae Popley; Luna, Denryl; Perez, Monique; Bishop, Ervin; Kilgour, Lauren. (2016) Sex Offenders and Interoperability in E-Government: A Qualitative Analysis of SORNA Compliance in Florida and Texas. In iConference 2016 Proceedings.
  • Ly, Rebecca; Hinton, Marc; Monayong Jr., Dominique; Colon, Miguel. (2016) Beyond Childhood: Mobilizing Applications for Adults with Autism. In iConference 2016 Proceedings.
  • Morgan, Corrin; Alexander, Erika; Watts, Jerome; Noble, Aaron; Haimson, Oliver L. (2016). #ReproHealth: A State-Based Investigation of Reproductive Health Rights Policy and Social Media Activity. In iConference 2016 Proceedings.
  • Reyes, Josue. (2016) Crowdfunding: Applying Collective Indexing of Emotions to Campaign Videos. In CSCW 2016 Proceedings.
  • Valderrama, Jose; Rawley, Laure; Smith, Simon; Whiting, Mark. (2016) The Customer is Always Right: Analyzing Existing Market Feedback to Improve TVs. In iConference 2016 Proceedings.
  • Williams, Bre’Ona Janese; Bengert, Alina; Ward-Caldwell, Brenasia S. (2016) Hacked: A Qualitative Analysis of Media Coverage of the Sony Breach. In iConference 2016 Proceedings.


  • Hiles, Hannah Rose. (2015) “Our Experiences Are Not Unique”: An Exploratory Study of Common Motivators and Inhibitors For Latinas in STEM Fields. In iConference 2015 Proceedings.
  • Horseman, R., Larkin, E., Vallejo, J., Wilkerson, M. (2015). Effects of Social Networking Sites on User Experience. (2015) In iConference 2015 Proceedings.
  • Rodriguez, E., Carrasquillo, O., Lee, C., Lee, J., Zhou, A. (2015). iGo Green: A Life Cycle Assessment of Apple’s iPhone. In iConference 2015 Proceedings.


  • Gonzalez, A., Gomez, E., Orozco, R., & Jacobs, S. (2014). Entering the Boys’ Club: An Analysis of Female Representation in Game Industry, Culture, and Design. In iConference 2014 Proceedings (p. 950 – 953). doi:10.9776/14325
  • Kaskazi, A. (2014). Social Network Identity: Facebook, Twitter and Identity Negotiation Theory. In iConference 2014 Proceedings (p. 858 – 859). doi:10.9776/14276
  • Leung, S. Y., Corral, R., Smith, G., Pink, R., & Roper, G. (2014). Tweet for Democracy: Examining the Monitorial Citizen. In iConference 2014 Proceedings (p. 1149 – 1156). doi:10.9776/14407
  • Vogelbacker, K., Dillahunt, X., & McCollum, D. (2014). The Path from New to Viral: Understanding What Makes Videos Go Viral. In iConference 2014 Proceedings (p. 1145 – 1148). doi:10.9776/14406


  • Haimson, O.L., & Cartagena, J. (2013). Information occupation: Using information science to explore Occupy Wall Street. iConference 2013 Proceedings (pp. 733-737). doi:10.9776/13353
  • Knopp, D., Green, O., & Counts, C. (2013). iDiscover: Inspiring youth to pursue STEM. iConference 2013 Proceedings (pp. 654-656). doi:10.9776/13249