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Peer-reviewed conference and journal publications


  • Carter, S., Marlow, J., Komori, A. & Mäkelä, V. (2016).  Bringing mobile into meetings: Enhancing distributed meeting participation on smartwatches and mobile phones.  Proceedings of MobileHCI, 407-417.
  • Girgensohn, A., Marlow, J., Shipman, F., & Wilcox, L. (2016). Guiding Users through Asynchronous Meeting Content with Hypervideo Playback Plans. Proceedings of Hypertext 2016, 49-59.
  • Agapie, E., Avrahami, D., & Marlow, J. (2016).  Staying the Course: System-Driven Lapse Management for Supporting Behavior Change.  Proceedings of CHI 2016, 1072-1083. [Honorable Mention Award]
  • Marlow, J., Carter, S., Good, N., & Chen, J. (2016).  Beyond talking heads:  Multimedia artifact creation, use, and sharing in distributed meetings.  Proceedings of CSCW, 1703-1715.
  • Marlow, J., Van Everdingen, E., & Avrahami, D.  (2016).  Taking notes or playing games? Understanding multitasking in video communication.  Proceedings of CSCW, 1726-1737.
  • Avrahami, D., Van Everdingen, E., & Marlow, J. (2016). Supporting multitasking in video conferencing using gaze tracking and on-screen activity detection. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI), 130-134.


  • Girgensohn, A., Marlow, J., Shipman, F., & Wilcox, L.  (2015).  HyperMeeting:  Supporting asynchronous meetings with hypervideo.   Proceedings of ACM Multimedia,  611-620.
  • Marlow, J., Dabbish, L., & Forlizzi, J. (2015).  Exploring the role of activity trace design on evaluations of online worker quality.  Proceedings of CHI 2015, 1617-1620.
  • Marlow, J., & Dabbish, L. (2015).  The effects of visualizing activity history on attitudes and behaviors in a peer production context.  Proceedings of CSCW 2015, 757-764.


  • Marlow, J. & Dabbish, L. (2014).  From rookie to all-star:  Professional development in a graphic design community of practice. Proceedings of CSCW, 922-933.
  • Marlow, J. & Dabbish, L. (2014).  When is a picture not worth a thousand words?  The psychological effects of mediated exposure to a remote location.  Computers in Human Behavior, 824-831.


  • Marlow, J. & Dabbish, L. (2013). Activity traces and signals in software developer recruitment and hiring. In Proceedings of CSCW, 145–156.
  • Marlow, J., Dabbish, L., & Herbsleb, J. (2013). Impression formation in online peer production: activity traces and personal profiles in Github. In Proceedings of CSCW, 117–128.


  • Tang, J., Marlow, J., Hoff, A., Roseway, A., Inkpen, K., Zhao, C., & Cao, X. (2012). Time travel proxy: using lightweight video recordings to create asynchronous, interactive meetings. In Proceedings of CHI,  3111–3120.


  • Marlow, J., & Dabbish, L. (2011). Photo sharing in diverse distributed teams. In Proceedings of CSCW, 317–320.


  •  Cox, A., Clough, P., & Marlow, J. (2008).  Flickr:  A first look at user behaviour in the context of serious leisure.  Information Research, 13 (1).

Poster papers

  • Marlow, J. & Dabbish, L. (2014).  Who's the boss?  Requester transparency and motivation in a microtask marketplace.  In CHI Extended Abstracts, 2533-2538.
  • Marlow, J. & Dabbish, L. (2013). Designing to improve interpersonal impression accuracy in online peer production. In CHI Extended Abstracts, 925–930.
  • Marlow, J., & Dabbish, L. (2012). Designing interventions to reduce psychological distance in globally distributed teams. In Proceedings of CSCW Companion, 163–166.