Publications

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings & Journal Articles

  • (Conditionally accepted) Janghee Cho, Tian Xu, Abigail Zimmermann-Niefield, and Stephen Voida “Reflection in Theory and Reflection in Practice: An Exploration of the Gaps in Reflection Support among Personal Informatics Apps” Proceedings of the 2022 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems 2022

  • Janghee Cho, Samuel Beck, and Stephen Voida“Topophilia, Placemaking, and Boundary Work: Exploring the Psycho-Social Impact of the COVID-19 Work-From-Home Experience”Proceedings of the 2022 ACM Conference on Supporting Groupwork

  • Janghee Cho, Laura Devendorf, and Stephen Voida “From The Art of Reflection to The Art of Noticing: A Shifting View of Self-Tracking Technologies’ Role in Supporting Sustainable Food Practices“. In Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Abstract Video
  • Janghee Cho and Rick Wash “How Potential New Members Approach an Online Community” CSCW: The Journal of Collaborative Computing and Work Practices (2021) PDF
  • Janghee Cho and Emilee Rader “The Role of Conversational Grounding in Supporting Symbiosis Between People and Digital Assistants” Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact.. Vol. 4 No. CSCW1 Article 33 (May 2020) PDF
  • Janghee Cho. “Mental models and home virtual assistants (HVAs)“. In Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems ACM DLPDF
  • Emilee Rader, Kelly Cotter, and Janghee Cho. “Explanations as Mechanisms for Supporting Algorithmic Transparency” Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.  ACM DLPDF
  • Kelley Cotter, Janghee Cho, and Emilee Rader. “Explaining the News Feed Algorithm: An Analysis of the News Feed FYI Blog.” In Extended Abstracts of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM DL, PDF

Book Chapter

  • Hannah Weber, Vaughan Nagy, Janghee Cho, and William Aspray (2020). A Community Responds to Growth: An Information Story about What Makes for a Good Place to Live. In Deciding Where to Live Melissa Ocepek and William Aspray, editors. Rowman & Littlefield, Ch.6, 151-176

Workshop Papers

  • Janghee Cho and Stephen Voida “Envisioning New Productivity Tools for Domesitc Information Work Environments” In the Microsoft New Future of Work Symposium. Link, PDF, Video
  • Janghee Cho and Stephen Voida “Supporting Critical Reflection through Tangible Interaction: A Holistic Perspective on Time Management with “Time Machine” In the 2020 SIGCHI Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS2020) Workshop on Mental Wellbeing: Future Agenda Drawing from Design, HCI and Big Data
  • Janghee Cho and Stephen Voida (2019) “Toward Critical Reflection: Observing Practices of Noticing to Develop Interventions in Personal Informatics” In the 2019 DIS Workshop on Exploring noticing as method in design research. PDF