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Dr. Jeremy Birnholtz received his Ph. D. from the School of Information at the University of Michigan in 2005. He is interested in improving the usefulness and usability of collaboration technologies through a focus on human attention, and in the intersections of social science theory and technology design. He uses both laboratory and field methods and has conducted field research in a diverse range of settings including civil engineering laboratories around the US, the CERN particle accelerator in Geneva, and a children's summer camp in northern Michigan. His work has been presented at the ACM CHI, CSCW, and GROUP conferences, and published in Organization Science, JASIST, JCMC and Social Science Computer Review. Jeremy also received a B.S. degree in Radio/TV/Film from Northwestern University in 1996 and an MS in Information from the University of Michigan in 2001.
Attention By Proxy? Issues in Audience Awareness for Webcasts to Distributed Groups
as author at The 26th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems,