Van House, N.A. (2011, in press) Feminist HCI meets facebook: Performativity and social networking sites. Interact. Comput.
doi:10.1016/j.intcom.2011.03.003

Van House, N.A. (2011). Personal Photography, Digital Technologies, and the Uses of the Visual. Visual Studies 25:1 pp. 125-134.

Ames, M., Eckles, D., Naaman, M., Spasojevic, M. and Van House, N. (2010). Requirements for Mobile Photoware. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 14, 95-109.

Van House, N.A. (2009). Collocated photo sharing, story-telling, and the performance of self. International Journal of Computer Human Interaction, 67, 1073-1086.

Nancy Van House and Elizabeth Churchill (2008). Technologies of Memory: Key Issues and Critical Perspectives. Memory Studies 1:3pp. 295-310.

Nancy Van House (2007). Flickr and Public Image-Sharing: Distant Closeness and Photo Exhibition. Ext. Abstracts CHI 2007. ACM Press.

Andrea Moed, Daniela Rosner, Nancy Van House (2007). Is Food Scenery? Generative Situations in Urban Networked Photography. Paper for CHI 2007 Workshop: Imaging The City: Exploring the Practices and Technologies of Representing the Urban Environment in HCI.

Nancy A. Van House (2006). Distant Closeness: Cameraphones and Public Image Sharing. In: Workshop on Pervasive Image Capture and Sharing: New Social Practices and ,Implications for Technology Workshop (PICS 2006) at the Eighth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2006) in Irvine, CA 2006. (Co-organizer)

Nancy Van House. (2006) Interview Viz: Visualization-Assisted Photo Elicitation. Ext. Abstracts CHI 2006, ACM Press, pp.1463-8. Poster

Nancy A. Van House (2006). Boundary Crossings. Position paper for Reflective HCI: A workshop at CHI 2006.

Marc Davis, John Canny, Nancy Van House, Nathan Good, Simon King, Rahul Nair, Carrie Burgener, Bruce Rinehart, Rachel Strickland, Guy Campbell, Scott Fisher, and Nick Reid (2005). "MMM2: Mobile Media Metadata for Media Sharing (Video Description)." In: Proceedings of 13th Annual ACM International Conference on Multimedia (MM 2005) in Singapore, ACM Press, 2005. [Video]

Nancy A. Van House and Marc Davis. The Social Life of Cameraphone Images. In: Workshop on Pervasive Image Capture and Sharing: New Social Practices and Implications for Technology Workshop (PICS 2005) at the Seventh International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2005) in Tokyo, Japan, 2005. (Co-organizer)

Van House, N. A., Davis, M., Ames, M., Finn, M., & Viswanathan, V. (2005). The Uses of Personal Networked Digital Imaging: An Empirical Study of Cameraphone Photos and Sharing. Ext. Abstracts CHI 2005, ACM Press; pp. 1853-6.

Davis, M.; Van House, N.A., and others (2005). MMM2: Mobile Media Metadata for Media Sharing. Ext. Abstracts CHI 2005, ACM Press;pp. 1335-8.

Van House, N. A., Davis, M., Yuri Takhteyev, Morgan Ames, & Megan Finn. (2004). The Social Uses of Personal Photography: Methods for Projecting Future Imaging Applications.

Nancy Van House, Marc Davis, Yuri Takhteyev, Nathan Good, Anita Wilhelm, and Megan Finn (2004). "From 'What?' to 'Why?': The Social Uses of Personal Photos."

Anita Wilhelm, Yuri Takhteyev, Risto Sarvas, Nancy Van House, Marc Davis. "Photo Annotation on a Camera Phone." ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) 2004, short paper. Extended abstracts, p. 1403 - 1406.

Nancy A. Van House (2004). Epistemic Machineries of Environmental Online Communication. Environmental Online Communication. Arno Sharl, ed. Springer; p. 199-208.

Nancy A. Van House (2003). "Science and Technology Studies and Information Studies." Annual Review of Information Science and Technology vol. 38, pp. 3-86, ed. by Blaise Cronin. Information Today, Inc. for the American Society for Information Science and Technology.

Nancy A. Van House (2003). "Biodiversity Data Perversity: understanding barriers to sharing data across epistemic communities." Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Atlanta, GA, Oct. 16, 2003.

Ann Bishop, Nancy Van House, and Barbara Buttenfield, eds. (2003).  Digital Library Use: Social Practice in Design and Evaluation, MIT Press.

In this volume:

(1) Nancy A. Van House and Ann P. Bishop (2003).  "Introduction: Digital Libraries as Sociotechnical Systems." 

(2) Nancy A. Van House (2003). "Digital Libraries and Collaborative Knowledge Construction."

Nancy A. Van House (2002). "The Social Epistemology of Stamens and Pistils: Networked Biodiversity Data." Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the  Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Milwuakee, WI, Nov., 2002. slides

Nancy A. Van House (2002), Digital Libraries and the Practices of Trust: Networked Environmental Information.  Social Epistemology 16:1, pp. 99-114. online (may require subscription)

Nancy A. Van House (2002) Trust and Epistemic Communities In Biodiversity Data Sharing (pdf file), ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Portland, OR, July 2002, Proceedings, pp. 231-9. slides

Nancy A. Van House (2001).  Whom Do You Trust? Digital Libraries as Boundaries and Boundary Objects.  Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the  Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Cambridge, MA, Nov., 2001. slides

Nancy A. Van House (2000), Digital Library Use: Social Practice in Design and Evaluation. Presentation at the ASIST Annual Conference, November  13, 2000, Chicago, IL.

Nancy A. Van House,  Mark H. Butler, Lisa R. Schiff (1998). Cooperative Knowledge Work and Practices of Trust: Sharing Environmental Planning Data Sets.  CSCW '98: The ACM Conference On Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Proceedings. Seattle, WA,  November 14-18, 1998.  ACM, 1998, p. 335-343. Abstract full text pdf file

Lisa R. Schiff,  Nancy A. Van House, and Mark H. Butler (1997). Understanding Complex Information Environments: a Social Analysis of Watershed Planning. Digital Libraries 97: Proceedings of the ACM Digital Libraries Conference, Philadelphia, PA, July 23-26, 1997;  p. 161-186.

Van House, Nancy, and Stuart Sutton. "The Pandra Syndrome: an Ecology of LIS Education. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 37:2 (Spring 1996) pp. 131-147Presented at the annual conference of the Association of Library and Information Science Education, San Antonio, TX, January,1996.

Nancy Van House , Mark H. Butler, Virginia Ogle, and Lisa Schiff (1996), " User-Centered Iterative Design for Digital Libraries: the Cypress Experience." DLIB Magazine Feb. 1996.

Nancy Van House (1995),  "UC Berkeley's NSF/ARPA/NASA Digital Libraries Project", presented at the University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library and Information Science 37th Allerton Institute, How We Do User-Centered Design and Evaluation of Digital Libraries: a Methodological Forum , October, 1995. [Click here to see slides from this presentation.] Also published in ACM SIGOIS Bulletin 16:2 (December, 1995) p. 18-19.

 Nancy Van House,  Mark Butler, and Lisa Schiff (1995). "Needs Assessment and Evaluation of a Digital Environmental Library: the Berkeley Experience." October, 1995.

Nancy Van House, Mark Butler, and Lisa Schiff (1995). "The UC Berkeley Electronic Environmental Library Project: Needs Assessment and Evaluation." October, 1995; shorter than the above.

Nancy Van House (1995) . "User Needs Assessment and Evaluation for the UC Berkeley Electronic Environmental Library Project." Digital Libraries '95: The Second International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, June 11-13, 1995, Austin, TX. Sponsored by Texas A&M, and others in cooperation with AAC, ASIS, and ARL.

Van House, Nancy A. and Thomas A. Childers. "The Use of Public Library Roles for Effectiveness Evaluation." Library and Information Science Research 16:1 (Winter 1994) p. 41-58.

Van House, Nancy A. (1994)"Evaluation de l'efficacite des bibliotheques aux Etats-Unis" (The Assessment of Library Effectiveness in the United States). In Anne Kupiec, ed. Bibliotheques et Evaluation. Paris: Collections Bibliotheques, Editions du Cercle de la Librarie, 1994; p. 83-93.

Van House, Nancy A. and Thomas A. Childers (1993). The Public Library Effectiveness Study. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1993.

Childers, Thomas A. and Nancy A. Van House (1993). What's Good? Describing the Public Library's Effectiveness. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1993.

Van House, Nancy A., Beth T. Weil, and Charles R. McClure (1990). Measuring Academic Library Performance: a Practical Approach. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1990.

Van House, Nancy A. and Thomas Childers (1990). "Dimensions of Public Library Effectiveness II: Library Performance." Library and Information Science Research 12:2 (April-June 1990) pp. 131-53.

Childers, Thomas and Nancy A. Van House (1989). "Dimensions of Public Library Effectiveness." Library and Information Science Research 11:3 (1989) pp. 273-301.

Van House, Nancy A., Mary Jo Lynch, Charles R. McClure, Douglas L. Zweizig, and Eleanor Jo Rodger (1987). Output Measures for Public Libraries, 2nd ed. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1987.

McClure, Charles R., Amy Owen, Douglas L. Zweizig, Mary Jo Lynch, and Nancy A. Van House (1987). Planning and Role Setting for Public Libraries. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1987.

Van House, Nancy A (1987). "Labor Market Segmentation and Librarian Salaries." Library Quarterly 57:2 (April 1987) pp. 171-89.

Van House, Nancy. "Public Library Effectiveness: Theory, Measures, and Determinants." Library and Information Science Research 8:3 (July-Sept. 1986) pp. 261-83.

Van House, Nancy A. "Salary Determination and Occupational Segregation among Librarians." Library Quarterly 56:2 (April 1986) pp. 142-56. Association for Library and Information Science Education 1985 Research Award.

Van House, Nancy A. "The Return on the Investment in Library Education." Library and Information Science Research 7:1 (Jan-Mar. 1985) pp. 31-52. Association for Library and Information Science Education 1984 Research Paper Award.

Van House, Nancy A. Public Library User Fees: The Use and Finance of Public Libraries. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1983.

Van House, Nancy A. "A Time Allocation Theory of Public Library Use." Library and Information Science Research 5:2 (Summer 1983) pp. 365-84.

 

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