Kay Connelly
Kay Connelly
Professor of Computer Science, Associate Dean for Research, Indiana University
Verified email at indiana.edu
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Fat finger worries: how older and younger users physically interact with PDAs
KA Siek, Y Rogers, KH Connelly
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 267-280, 2005
Toward total quality of experience: A QoE model in a communication ecosystem
KUR Laghari, K Connelly
IEEE Communications Magazine 50 (4), 58-65, 2012
Why it’s worth the hassle: The value of in-situ studies when designing ubicomp
Y Rogers, K Connelly, L Tedesco, W Hazlewood, A Kurtz, RE Hall, ...
International conference on ubiquitous computing, 336-353, 2007
Enhancing learning: a study of how mobile devices can facilitate sensemaking
Y Rogers, K Connelly, W Hazlewood, L Tedesco
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 14 (2), 111-124, 2010
Context-aware telephony: privacy preferences and sharing patterns
A Khalil, K Connelly
Proceedings of the 2006 20th anniversary conference on Computer supported …, 2006
Encouraging physical activity in teens Can technology help reduce barriers to physical activity in adolescent girls?
T Toscos, A Faber, K Connelly, AM Upoma
2008 Second International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for …, 2008
Privacy, technology, and aging: A proposed framework
L Lorenzen-Huber, M Boutain, LJ Camp, K Shankar, KH Connelly
Ageing International 36 (2), 232-252, 2011
Mobile interface design for low-literacy populations
BM Chaudry, KH Connelly, KA Siek, JL Welch
Proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGHIT international health informatics symposium …, 2012
Privacy concerns and behaviors of people with visual impairments
T Ahmed, R Hoyle, K Connelly, D Crandall, A Kapadia
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2015
When do we eat? An evaluation of food items input into an electronic food monitoring application
KA Siek, KH Connelly, Y Rogers, P Rohwer, D Lambert, JL Welch
2006 pervasive health conference and workshops, 1-10, 2006
Issues in evaluating ambient displays in the wild: two case studies
WR Hazlewood, E Stolterman, K Connelly
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2011
Improving cell phone awareness by using calendar information
A Khalil, K Connelly
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 588-600, 2005
Best intentions: health monitoring technology and children
T Toscos, K Connelly, Y Rogers
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
Using a mobile application to self‐monitor diet and fluid intake among adults receiving hemodialysis
JL Welch, KS Astroth, SM Perkins, CS Johnson, K Connelly, KA Siek, ...
Research in nursing & health 36 (3), 284-298, 2013
Evaluating pervasive and ubiquitous systems
S Neely, G Stevenson, C Kray, I Mulder, K Connelly, KA Siek
IEEE Pervasive Computing 7 (3), 85-88, 2008
An offline mobile nutrition monitoring intervention for varying-literacy patients receiving hemodialysis: a pilot study examining usage and usability
K Connelly, KA Siek, B Chaudry, J Jones, K Astroth, JL Welch
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 19 (5), 705-712, 2012
Do I do what I say?: Observed versus stated privacy preferences
K Connelly, A Khalil, Y Liu
IFIP conference on human-computer interaction, 620-623, 2007
How in-home technologies mediate caregiving relationships in later life
LL Huber, K Shankar, K Caine, K Connelly, LJ Camp, BA Walker, ...
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 29 (7), 441-455, 2013
A guide to using asynchronous remote communities (ARC) for researching distributed populations
H MacLeod, B Jelen, A Prabhakar, L Oehlberg, K Siek, K Connelly
EAI Endorsed Transactions on Pervasive Health and Technology 3 (11), 2017
DigiSwitch: A device to allow older adults to monitor and direct the collection and transmission of health information collected at home
KE Caine, CY Zimmerman, Z Schall-Zimmerman, WR Hazlewood, ...
Journal of medical systems 35 (5), 1181-1195, 2011
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