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April 23, 2012

 

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Journal Papers


 

  • Chaudry BM, Connelly KH, Siek KA and Welch JL. Formative Evaluation of a Mobile Liquid Portion Size Estimation Interface for People with Varying Literacy Skills. Submitted for publication to Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing 2012.
  • Khalil ur Rehman Laghari, Noel Crespi and Kay Connelly. Towards Total Quality of Experience: QoE Model in Communication Ecosystem. To appear in IEEE Pervasive, April 2012
  • Shankar, Kalpana, Camp, L. Jean, Connelly, Kay, Lorenzen-Huber, Lesa. Aging, Privacy, and Home-Based Computing: Development of a Framework for Design. IEEE Pervasive Computing. To appear in 2012.
  • Caine, K. E., Zimmerman, C. Y., Schall-Zimmerman, Z., Hazlewood, W. R., Camp, L. J., Connelly, K. H., Huber, L. L, & Shankar, K. (in press). DigiSwitch: A device to allow older adults to monitor and direct the collection and transmission of health information collected at home. Journal of Medical Systems. (pdf)
  • Kalpana Shankar and Kay Connelly. Ethics and Pervasive Technology: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching, 2010 11(1): 73-84. (pdf)
  • Lesa Lorenzen-Huber , Mary Boutain, L. Jean Camp, Kalpana Shankar, Kay H. Connelly (2010), “Privacy, independence, and relationships: Older adults’ perceptions of home-based ubiquitous technologies”, Ageing International: Special Issue on Gerontechnology, 36, 2, 232-252. (pdf)
  • Yvonne Rogers, Kay Connelly, William Hazlewood, and Lenore Tedesco. (2010). Enhancing learning: a study of how mobile devices can facilitate sensemaking. Personal Ubiquitous Computing. 14(2), 111-124. (pdf)
  • Yvonne Rogers, Kay Connelly, William Hazlewood and Lenore Tedeesco. Enhancing Learning: A
    Study of How Mobile Devices can Facilitate Sensemaking. In Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 2010 14:111-124. (pdf)
  • Janet L. Welch, Katie A. Siek, Kay H. Connelly, Kim S. Astroth, M. Sue McManus, Linda Scott,
    Seongkum Heo, and Michael A. Kraus. Merging health literacy with computer technology: Self-
    managing diet and fluid intake among adult hemodialysis patients. Patient Education and Counseling,
    79(2):192–198, September 2009. (pdf)
  • William R. Hazlewood, Lorcan Coyle. (2009). On Ambient Information Systems: Challenges of Design and Evaluation. International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence. 1(2), 1-12. (pdf)
  • Yvonne Rogers, Youn-Lim Kyung, William R. Hazlewood, and Paul Marshall. (2009). Equal Opportunities: Do shareable interfaces promote more group participation than single users displays? Human-Computer Interaction. 24 (2), 79-116. (pdf)
  • Hickman, J. M., Caine, K. E., Pak. R., Stronge, A. J., Rogers, W. A., & Fisk, A. D. (2009). What factors lead to healthcare miscommunications with older patients? Journal of Communication in Healthcare.
  • Katie A. Siek, Kay Connelly, Suzanne Menzel, and Laura Hopkins. Propagating Diversity through Active Dissemination. Computer, 40(2):89–92, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, CA, USA, 2007.
  • Janet L. Welch, DNS, RN; Katie A. Siek, PhD; Kay H. Connelly, PhD; Josette F. Jones, PhD, RN; Susan M. Perkins, PhD; and Laurie L. Trevino, MS, RD, Researchers Study How Patients Can Use PDAs to Self-Monitor Diet. In Renal Business Today, January 2007.
  • Katie A. Siek, Kay Connelly, Amanda Stephano, Suzanne Menzel, Jacki Bauer and Beth Plale, Just Be: Bridging the Gender Divide in CS. In Learning and Leading with Technology, Vol. 33, No. 07, April 2006.
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    Conference Proceedings


     

    • Chaudry, B., Connelly, K., Siek, K.A., and Welch, J.L. Mobile Interface Design for Low-Literacy Populations. To appear in the 2012 ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2012), January 2012.
    • Chaudry, B., Connelly, K., Siek, K.A., and Welch, J.L. The Design of a Mobile Portion Size Estimation Interface for a Low Literacy Population. In 5th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (Pervasive Health ’11), pp. 10, 2011. Nominated for best paper.
    • Huber, L., Borrero, L., Walker, B.A., Shankar, K., Caine, K., Connelly, K., Camp, L.J. How Older Adults Use Information Technology to Reduce Caregiver Burden. Presented at the Gerontological Society of America 64th Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston, MA, November, 2011.
    • Vaibhav Garg, Jean Camp, Lesa Mae Lorenzen-Huber, Katherine Connelly. Designing Risk Communication for Older Adults. Ethicomp, Sheffield (U.K.), September 14-16, 2011.
    • Kelly Caine, Celine Zimmerman, William Hazlewood, Zachary Schall-Zimmerman, Alexander Sulgrove, L. Jean Camp, Katherine Connelly, Lesa Lorenzen-Huber and Kalpana Shankar. (2010). DigiSwitch: Design and Evaluation of a Device for Older Adults to Preserve Privacy While Monitoring Health at Home. In Proceedings of the 1st ACM International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI’10). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 153-162. [17.1% acceptance rate] (Best Paper: Privacy and Security Track)
    • William R. Hazlewood, Erik Stolterman, Kay Connelly. (2011). Issues in Evaluating Ambient Displays in the Wild: Two Case Studies. Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’11). ACM, New York, NY, USA. [26% acceptance rate]
    • William Ryan, William R. Hazlewood, and Erik Stolterman. (2010). Breaking the Mold: Presenting evocative design as a method for divergent thought for interaction design. In Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Design & Emotion, Chicago, Illinois October 4-7
    • Poole, A. B., Caine, K. E., Fisk, A. D. & Rogers, W. A. (2010). Errors of Disclosure in Computer Mediated Systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 54th Annual Meeting. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
    • William R. Hazlewood, Nick Dalton, Paul Marshall, Yvonne Rogers, and Susanna Hertrich. (2010). Bricolage and consultation: addressing new design challenges when building large-scale installations. In Proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS’10). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 380-389. [15% acceptance rate]
    • Yvonne Rogers, William R. Hazlewood, Paul Marshall, Nick Dalton, and Susanna Hertrich. (2010). Ambient influence: can twinkly lights lure and abstract representations trigger behavioral change?. In Proceedings of the 12th ACM international conference on Ubiquitous computing (UbiComp’10). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 261-270. [19.3% acceptance rate]
    • Joseph F. McCarthy, Shelly D. Farnham, Yogi Patel, Sameer Ahuja, Daniel Norman, William R. Hazlewood, and Josh Lind. (2009). Supporting community in third places with situated social software. In Proceedings of the fourth international conference on Communities and technologies (C&T’09). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 225-234. [40% acceptance rate]
    • Shelly D. Farnham, Joseph F. McCarthy, Yagnesh Patel, Sameer Ahuja, Daniel Norman, William R. Hazlewood, and Josh Lind. (2009). Measuring the impact of third place attachment on the adoption of a place-based community technology. In Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Human factors in computing systems (CHI’09). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2153-2156. [24.5% acceptance rate]
    • John Duncan, L. Jean Camp, and William R. Hazelwood. (2009). The portal monitor: a privacy-enhanced event-driven system for elder care. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Persuasive Technology (Persuasive ’09). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 36, 9 pages. [31% acceptance rate]
    • Caine, K. E., Burnham, K. E., Fisk, A. D. & Rogers, W. A. (2008). Privacy Concerns and Disclosure Behavior in a Health Setting. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
    • William Odom, Heekyoung Jung, William R. Hazlewood (2008). Reflective Inquires: a multi-dimensional approach to user research. In workshop proceedings of on Designing for Engaged Experience (OZCHI’08). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
    • Yong Liu and Kay Connelly, Realizing an Open Ubiquitous Environment in a RESTful Way. In the Proceedings of the International Conference on Web Services, September 2008.
    • William R. Hazlewood, Kay Connelly, Kevin Makice, Youn-kyung Lim, Exploring Evaluation Methods for Ambient Information Systems. In Proc. of the 26th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 2008.
    • Lesa L. Huber and Kay H. Connelly, Shaping the Next Generation of Gerotechnologists: Multidisciplinary Gerontology vs. Computer Science. In the Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of the International Society of Gerontechnology (ISG ’08).
    • Tammy Toscos, Anne Faber, Kay Connelly and Adity Mutsuddi Upoma, Encouraging Physical Activity in Teens: Can Technology Help Reduce Barriers to Physical Activity in Adolescent Girls?. In the Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (Pervasive Healthcare), January 30 – February 3, 2008. Best Paper runner-up.
    • Yvonne Rogers, Kay Connelly, Lenore Tedesco, William Hazlewood, Andrew J. Kurtz, Bob E. Hall, Josh Hursey and Tammy Toscos, Why it’s Worth the Hassle: A Case Study in Using In-Situ Studies during Design. In the Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UBICOMP), September, 2007. Nominated for Best Paper.
    • Ashraf Khalil and Kay Connelly, Do I Do What I Say?: Observed Versus Stated Privacy Preferences. In the Proceedings of the Eleventh IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), September, 2007.
    • Katie Siek, Kay H. Connelly, Yvonne Rogers, Paul Rohwer, Desiree Lambert and Janet L. Welch, When Do We Eat? An Evaluation of Food Items Input into an Electronic Monitoring Application. In the Proceedings of the First International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (Pervasive Health), November 2006. Innsbruck, Austria.
    • Ashraf Khalil and Kay Connelly, Context-aware Telephony: Privacy Preferences and Sharing Patterns. In the Proceedings of Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW), 2006.
    • Katie A. Siek, Kay H. Connelly and Yvonne Rogers, Pride and Prejudice: Learning How Chronically Ill People Think about Food. In the Proceedings of CHI 2006. Montreal, Canada, April 2006.
    • Yong Liu and Kay Connelly, Towards Wide Area Context-Aware Environments. In the Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computer and Communications (PerCom 2006) Work in Progress Session. Pisa, Italy, March 2006.
    • Yvonne Rogers, Youn-Kyung Lim, William R. Hazlewood (2006). Extending Tabletops to Support Flexible Collaborative Interactions. In Proceedings of The First IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (TableTop’06). IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC, USA, 71-78.
    • Ashraf Khalil and Kay Connelly, Context-Aware Configuration: A Study on Improving Cell Phone Awareness. In the Proceedings of the Fifth International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context (CONTEXT), Paris, France, July 2005.
    • Kay H. Connelly, Katie A. Siek, Yvonne Rogers, Josette Jones, Michael A. Kraus, Susan Perkins, Laurie L. Trevino, and Janet L. Welch, Designing a PDA Interface for Dialysis Patients to Monitor Diet in their Everyday Life. In the Proceedings of HCI International 2005, Las Vegas, NV, July 2005.
    • Yong Liu and Kay Connelly, A Toolkit for Automatically Constructing Outdoor Radio Maps. In the Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Coding and Computing the Teachi(ITCC), Las Vegas, NV, April 2005.
    • Katie A. Siek, Ashraf Khalil, Yong Liu, Nick Edmonds, and Kay H. Connelly, A Comparative Study of Web Language Support for Mobile Web Browsers. In the Proceedings of www@10, Terre Haute, IN, September 30-October 1, 2004.
    • Kay H. Connelly, Tom Jagatic, Ashraf Khalil, Yong Liu, Katie A. Siek, and Sid Stamm, The Internet Hunt Revisited: Personal Information Accessible via the Web. In the Proceedings of www@10, Terre Haute, IN, September 30-October 1, 2004
    • Kay Connelly and Ashraf Khalil, On Negotiation Automatic Device Configuration in Smart Environments. In the proceedings of Middleware Support for Pervasive Computing (PerWare’04), a workshop at the Second IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, March 2004.
    • Kay Connelly and Ashraf Khalil, Towards Automatic Device Configuration in Smart Environments. In the online proceedings of System Support for Ubiquitous Computing Workshop (UbiSys’03) at the Fifth Annual Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, October, 2003.
    • Yong Liu, Geetanjali Sampemane and Kay Connelly, Comparing Cognitive Walkthroughs and Usability Testing for Active Spaces RBAC GUI Design. In the Proceedings of forUSE 2003, Second International Conference on Usage-Centered Design, pp. 37-44. October 2003.
    • Katy Börner, William R. Hazlewood, Sy-Miaw Lin. (2002). Visualizing the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of User Interaction Data Collected in Three-Dimensional Virtual Worlds. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Information Visualization (IV’02). IEEE Computer Society, 25-31. [40% acceptance rate]
    • Kay Connelly and Andrew A. Chien, FM-QoS: Real-time Communication using Self-synchronizing Schedules. In the Proceedings of the 1997 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing (CDROM), November 1997.
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      Book Chapters


       

      • William R. Hazlewood, Kay Connelly, Kelly Caine, Zach Zimmerman, & Greg Blanton (in press). Property Damage, Purchasing Orders, and Power Outages, Oh My!: Suggestions for Planning your next In the Wild Deployment. In S. Consolvo, D. W. McDonald & B. Harrison (Eds.), Ubiquitous Computing Deployments. Boston, MA: MIT Press.
      • John F. Duncan, L. Jean Camp, & William R. Hazlewood (2011). The Portal Monitor: A Privacy-Aware Event-Driven System for Elder Care. In Carsten Röcker & Martina Ziefie (Eds.) Smart Healthcare Applications and Services (pp. 219-235). IGI.
      • Tammy Toscos and Kay Connelly, Using Behavior Modification Theory to Understand and Guide Technological Interventions In Bill Aspray and Barb Hayes, editors, Health Informatics: A Patient-Centered Approach to Diabetes, pp. 295-326, MIT Press, October 2010.
      • Katie A. Siek and Kay Connelly, Interdisciplinary Collaborations from a Health Informatics Perspective. In Bill Aspray and Barb Hayes, editors, Health Informatics: A Patient-Centered Approach to Diabetes, pp. 327- 345, MIT Press, October 2010.
      • K. A. Siek, K. H. Connelly, B. Chaudry, D. Lambert, and J. L. Welch. Evaluation of Two Mobile Nutrition Tracking Applications for Chronically Ill Populations with Low Literacy Skills. In J. Tan and P.Olla, editors, Mobile Health Solutions for Biomedical Applications, pp. 1–23, IGI Global, 2009.
      • Jean Camp and Kay Connelly, Beyond Consent. Chapter in Digital Privacy: Theory, Technologies and Practices, Alessandro Acquisti, Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati, Stefanos Gritzalis, Costas Lambrinoudakis (eds). Auerbach Publications (Taylor and Francis Group), 2007.

       


      Workshop Papers


       

      • Vaibhav Garg, Jean Camp, Katherine Connelly, Lesa Mae Lorenzen-Huber, Kalpana Shankar, Kelly Caine. Privacy Framework for Older Adults. Workshop on Security and Human Behavior, Pittsburgh, PA, June 17-18, June 2011.
      • Katie A. Siek, Kay H. Connelly, Danish Ellah Khan, Steven E. Ross, Janet L. Welch, Jeffrey S. LaMarche and Beenish Chaudry, Challenges in Evaluating Three Assistive Health Applications. In Evaluating New Interactions in Healthcare: Challenges and Approaches, a workshop at the 27th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 2009.
      • William R. Hazlewood, Kevin Makice and Kay Connelly, Defining Ambience: Public Ambient Displays. In Promoting Community Awareness in Workshop: Surrounded by Persuasive Ambient Intelligence – a workshop at the 26th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 2008.
      • Kay Connelly, On Developing a Technology Acceptance Model for Pervasive Computing. In Ubiquitous System Evaluation (USE) — a workshop at the Ninth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UBICOMP), September, 2007.
      • Katie A. Siek, Kay H. Connelly, Yvonne Rogers, Paul Rowher, Deiree Lambert and Janet L. Welch, The Food We Eat: An Evaluation of Food Items Input into an Electronic Food Monitoring Application. In UbiHealth 2006 — a workshop at the Eighth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing.
      • L. Jean Camp, Kay Connelly, Lesa Huber, and Kalpana Shankar, Beyond Consent: User Defined Privacy in Ubicomp. In Nurturing Technologies in the Domestic Environment: Feeling Comforted, Cared for, and Connected at Home — a workshop at the Eighth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, 2006.
      • Katie A. Siek and Kay H. Connelly, Lessons Learned Conducting User Studies in a Dialysis Ward. In Extended Abtsracts of CHI 2006: Workshops – Reality Testing: HCI Challenges in Non-Traditional Environments, Montreal, CA, April 2006.
      • Yong Liu and Kay Connelly, SmartContacts: A Large Scale Social Context Service Discovery System. In the 3rd Workshop on Middleware Support for Pervasive Computer and Communicaitons (PerWare 2006). Pisa, Italy, March 2006.
      • Kay Connelly, Kalpana Shankar & L. Jean Camp, Design for Privacy: Towards a Methodological Approach to Trustworthy Design, ETHICOMP 2005 (Linköping, Sweden) 12 -14 September, 2005.
      • Ashraf Khalil and Kay Connelly, Examining the Use of Surveys in Measuring Privacy in Ubiquitous Computing, Workshop in Appropriate Methodology for Empirical Studies of Privacy, INTERACT 05, Rome, Italy, September, 2005.
      • Kay Connelly, Technology to Empower Patients with Chronic Conditions. In Extended Abstracts of CHI 2005: Workshops – HCI Challenges in Health Assessment, Portland, OR, April 2005.
      • Lavanya Ramakrishnan, Helen Rehn, Jay Alameda, Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Madhusudhan Govindaraju, Aleksander Slominski, Kay Connelly, Von Welch, Dennis Gannon, Randall Bramley, and Shawn Hampton, An Authorization Framework for a Grid Based Component Architecture. In the 3rd International Workshop on Grid Computing (Grid2002) at Supercomputing 2002, pages 169-180, November 2002.

       


      Miscellaneous


       

      • Kay Connelly and Mounir Mokhtari. Measuring impact of ICTs on Quality of Life of Older Adults. Poster presented at Le premier colloque Mines et Télécom: Colloque Ingénierie et STIC pour la Santé. March 6-7, 2012, Paris, France.
      • Andrew J. Younge, Vinod Periasamy, Mohammed Al-Azdee, William R. Hazlewood, and Kay Connelly. (2010). ScaleMirror: A Pervasive Device to Aid Weight Analysis. in Proceedings of the 29h International Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’11), ACM.
      • William R. Hazlewood. (2010). Participatory Design with a Community of Seniors. in Extended Abstracts of the 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth3010).
      • Caine, K. E. (2010). Case Study on Privacy Issues Surrounding the Remote Monitoring of Older Adults at Home. [Abstract]. 2010 mHealth Summit. Washington, DC.
      • Lorenzen-Huber, L. M., Camp, J., Connelly, K., Shankar, K., Caine, K. E. Hazelwood, W. H. & Zimmerman, Z. (2010). A Privacy Framework for Evaluating In-home technologies. [Abstract] Program abstracts of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.
      • Caine, K. E. (2010). Designing Ethical Home-Based Technologies for Older Adults. [Abstract]. 13th Cognitive Aging Conference Abstracts of Paper and Poster Presentations.
      • Caine, K. E. Connelly, K., Kientz, J., & Hayes, B. (2010). The Role of iSchools in Shaping the Future of Health Informatics. Roundtable at the 2010 iConference. Urbana-Champaign, IL. Feb. 3-6, 2010.
      • Caine, K. E. (2009). The relationship of Privacy and Acceptance in Healthcare Technologies. A Research Agenda for Privacy and Security of Healthcare Technologies. Indianapolis, IN, Oct. 25 – 27, 2009.
      • William Ryan, Erik Stolterman, Heekyoung Jung, Martin Siegel, Tonya Thompson, and William R. Hazlewood. (2009). Device ecology mapper: a tool for studying users’ ecosystems of interactive artifacts. In Proceedings of the 27th international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems (CHI ’09). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 4327-4332.
      • Kay Connelly, Katie Siek, Janet Welch, Beenish Chaudry, Josette Jones and Linda Scott. Case study of design of a mobile health application for a chronically Ill, low-litaracy population. Presented at the mHealth Summit: Mobile Technologies as a Platform for Health Research and Healthcare Delivery. October 2009.
      • Steve Neely, Graeme Stevenson, Christian Kray, Ingrid Mulder, Kay Connelly, and Katie A. Siek. Evaluating Pervasive and Ubiquitous Systems. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 7(3):85–88, IEEE Educational Activities Department, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 2008.
      • William R. Hazlewood, Ian Knopke (2008). Designing Ambient Musical Information Systems In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME‘08).
      • Workshop: Ambient Information Systems Eds. William R. Hazlewood, Lorcan Coyle, Youn-kyung Lim, and Zach Pousman. Collocated with the Tenth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (COEX, Seoul, South Korea, Sep 21, 2008). AIS2008. (proposal)
      • William R. Hazlewood, Kevin Makice, Kay Connelly. (2008). Defining Ambience: Public Ambient Displays for Promoting Community Awareness in Workshop: Surrounded by Persuasive Ambient Intelligence (Florence, Italy, Apr 06, 2008).
      • William R. Hazlewood, Kay Connelly, Kevin Makice, Youn-kyung Lim. (2008). Exploring Evaluation Methods for Ambient Information Systems In CHI ’08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems (CHI’08). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2973-2978.
      • Rajasee Rege, Heekyoung Jung, William R. Hazelwood, Greg Orlov, Kay Connelly, and Kalpana Shankar. (2008). Exploring early evaluation techniques of ambient health promoting devices in home environments of senior citizens living independently. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Systems and Networking Support for Health Care and Assisted Living Environments (HealthNet ’08). ACM, New York, NY, USA
      • Julie Matiland, William R. Hazlewood, Paul Rohwer, Kay Connelly, Katie Siek, Gisele Bennett, Valerie Lafond-Favieres, Effie Law and Sveltlena Taneva, Technology Has Escaped from the Zoo: Studying Usability in the Wild. Organized workshop in the Proceedings of Interact, 2007.
      • Tammy Toscos, Kay Connelly, Yvonne Rogers, Anne Faber and Adity Mutsuddi Upoma, Do Computer-Generated Text Messages Motivate Teenage Girls to Exercise as Much as Human Sent Ones? In the Proceedings of Persuasive, Poster, 2007.
      • Gisele Bennett (Georgia Tech), Kay H. Connelly, Gitte Lindgaard (Carleton University), Katie A. Siek, Bruce Tsuji (Carleton University), Reality Testing: HCI Challenges in Non-Traditional Environments. Organized workshop in the Adjunct Proceedings of CHI 2006.
      • Kay Connelly, Katie Siek, Valerie Lafond-Favieres, and Gisele Bennett, Planes, Pains, and Phosphorane: Usability Studies in Non-Traditional Environments. Organized Special Interest Group meeting in the Adjunct Proceedings of he Tenth IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), Rome, Italy, September 2005.
      • Katie A. Siek, Kay H. Connelly, and Yvonne Rogers, Fat Finger Worries: How Older and Younger Users Physically Interact with PDAs. Women in Science Program Research Day 2005, Bloomington, IN, March 2005. 2nd Place in Graduate Technical Poster Category.
      • Katie A. Siek and Kay H. Connelly, Assistive Technologies for Dialysis Patients. In the Proceedings of Grace Hopper 2004, PhD Forum, Chicago, IL, October 6-9, 2004.
      • Katie A. Siek and Kay H. Connelly, Assistive Technologies for Dialysis Patients. In the Proceedings of Grace Hopper 2004, Poster, Chicago, IL, October 6-9, 2004. New Investigator for Best Technical Poster Award
      • Katie A. Moor [Siek], Kay H. Connelly, and Yvonne Rogers, A Comparative Study of Elderly, Younger, and Chronically Ill Novice PDA Users. Technical Report 595, Computer Science Department, Indiana University, June 2004.
      • Kay Connelly, HiPIP: High Performance Invocation Protection. Ph.D. thesis, Computer Science Department, University of Illinois, October, 2003.
      • Kay Connelly, FM-QoS: A Quality of Service Messaging Substrate for Asynchronous Local-Area Networks with Hardware-Level Network Feedback. M.S. thesis, Computer Science Dept., University of Illinois. May 1999.

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