If you don’t have access to the journals/proceedings below, feel free to reach out to me for a copy. #PeerToPeerFTW
Norris, W. (2017). Digital humanitarians: citizen journalists on the virtual front line of natural and human-caused disasters. Journalism Practice, 11(2-3), 213-228.
Norris, W., et al (2019) Temporal coordination of distributed teams. Revise and Resubmit.
Norris, W., et al (2019) Postcolonial computing design fiction. Under review.
Norris, W. (2019). Digital humanitarians: citizen journalists on the virtual front line of natural and human-caused disasters. In Mapping Citizen and Participatory Journalism. Routledge (in press).
Norris, W., Voida, S., Palen, L., and Anderson, K. “Unwinding Pluritemporal Time in Digital Humanitarian Crowdwork.” CHI 2019, Glasgow, UK, May 5, 2019. paper
Norris, W. and Voida, S. “Temporality in Crisis Informatics: Representations of time in digital humanitarian systems.” CHI 2017 Symposium on HCI Across Borders, Denver, CO, USA, May 6-7, 2017 paper
Norris, W. and Voida, S. “Temporality in Crisis Informatics: Representations and integrations of time in humanitarian crowd work.” Grand Challenges for HCI Crisis Informatics Researchers Workshop, Boulder, CO, USA. May 6, 2017 paper + slidedeck
Norris, W. and Voida, S. “Models and Metaphors of Temporality: Supporting Individual- and Group-Based Time-Management and Coordination Work.” CSCW ‘17 workshop: Theory transfers? Social Theory & CSCW Research, Portland, OR, USA. February 26, 2017 paper