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Pub. period:2011-2012
Pub. count:4
Number of co-authors:2



Co-authors

Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:

Anthony J. Rotolo:1
Michael J. Scialdone:1

 

 

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Jaime Snyder's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

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Publications by Jaime Snyder (bibliography)

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2012
 
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Snyder, Jaime (2012): Let me draw you a picture: coordination in image-enabled conversation. In: Companion Proceedings of ACM CSCW12 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 2012. pp. 219-222. Available online

Preliminary findings are presented from a qualitative investigation of image making during small group interactions. A discourse-oriented methodology was used to capture and analyze video recordings of conversations involving the creation of drawings. Preliminary findings highlight the dual nature of drawing as both information artifact and communicative activity in terms of contrasting affordances. This study has heuristic and best-practice implications for the development of multimodal information and communication technologies such as virtual collaboration tools and information visualization interfaces.

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Snyder, Jaime (2012): Activities & artifacts: the dual nature of image-making in communicative practice. In: Proceedings of the 2012 iConference 2012. pp. 10-17. Available online

Selected findings are presented from a preliminary qualitative investigation of image-making as information-driven communicative practice. Ad hoc visualizations are images spontaneously created during the natural flow of a conversation (e.g., napkin drawings). The activity of drawing in these situations is an informal information sharing practice occurring within an interactive, dynamic context. A discourse-oriented methodology is described for the direct observation and analysis of drawing during face-to-face conversations. Analysis of fifteen video-recorded conversations used an iterative, grounded theory approach to multimodal social interactional analysis. The dual nature of drawing as both information artifact and communicative activity is discussed in terms of contrasting affordances exploited during specific drawing episodes in the data. These findings have implications for image representation and the development of visually enabled information and communication technologies.

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Snyder, Jaime (2012): Video-based analysis of multimodal social interaction. In: Proceedings of the 2012 iConference 2012. pp. 435-437. Available online

Qualitative research using video data requires a systematic approach to elicitation, collection and analysis of recordings. An analytic procedure was designed for a recent study focused on the creation of visual information as communicative practice. Video recordings of face-to-face conversations during which images were made provided rich evidence of both verbal and non-verbal modes of communication. This poster will present the video-based methodology used in this research to study multimodal social interactions associated with the creation of visual artifacts.

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Scialdone, Michael J., Rotolo, Anthony J. and Snyder, Jaime (2011): Social media futures: why iSchools should care. In: Proceedings of the 2011 iConference 2011. pp. 514-521. Available online

Social Media Futures was a 3 day charrette at a major university that brought together students with various backgrounds to consider the future impact of social media on business, and to think about what opportunities that might create. However, topics that arose touched on a variety of themes that included social media communities, ownership, privacy and governance of user-generated content on social networks, and how social media may impact education and learning at all ages. This paper provides our observations from this multi-disciplinary charrette, and articulates why iSchools need to be concerned with social media.

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