Darren R Gergle, PhD

Communication Studies Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Human-Computer Interaction, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Computer-Mediated Communication
"Darren Gergle"
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Robert E. Kraut grad student 2006 Carnegie Mellon (LinguisTree)


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Kathleen Geraghty research assistant 2008-2010 Northwestern
Brian C. Keegan grad student 2007-2012 Northwestern
Patti Bao grad student 2013 Northwestern
Brent J. Hecht grad student 2013 Northwestern
Lauren E. Scissors grad student 2013 Northwestern
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Hibschman J, Gergle D, O’Rourke E, et al. (2019) Isopleth: Supporting Sensemaking of Professional Web Applications to Create Readily Available Learning Experiences Acm Transactions On Computer-Human Interaction. 26: 16
Gergle D, Hargittai E. (2018) A methodological pilot for gathering data through text-messaging to study question-asking in everyday life Mobile Media & Communication. 6: 197-214
Kalman YM, Gergle D. (2014) Letter repetitions in computer-mediated communication: A unique link between spoken and online language Computers in Human Behavior. 34: 187-193
Keegan B, Gergle D, Contractor N. (2013) Hot Off the Wiki: Structures and Dynamics of Wikipedia's Coverage of Breaking News Events American Behavioral Scientist. 57: 595-622
Gergle D, Kraut RE, Fussell SR. (2013) Using visual information for grounding and awareness in collaborative tasks Human-Computer Interaction. 28: 1-39
Kalman YM, Scissors LE, Gill AJ, et al. (2013) Online chronemics convey social information Computers in Human Behavior
Tan DS, Gergle D, Scupelli P, et al. (2006) Physically large displays improve performance on spatial tasks Acm Transactions On Computer-Human Interaction. 13: 71-99
Gergle D, Kraut RE, Fussell SR. (2004) Language efficiency and visual technology - Minimizing collaborative effort with visual information Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 23: 491-517
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