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Journal Articles

2017

J31. Klein, C., Lester, J., Rangwala, H. & Johri, A. (In Press). Learning Analytics Tools in Higher Education: Adoption at the Intersection of Institutional Commitment and Individual Action. The Review of Higher Education.

J30. Teo, H., Johri, A. & Lohani, V. (In Press). Analytics and Patterns of Knowledge Creation: Experts at Work in an Online Engineering Community. Computers & Education, Vol. 112, pp. 18-36.

J29. Li, B., Mooring, J., Blanchard, S., Johri, A., Leko, M., Cameron, K. (2017). SeeMore: A kinetic parallel computer sculpture for educating broad audiences on parallel computation. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, Volume 105, Pages 183-199.

2016

J28. Sweeney, M., Rangwala, H., Lester, J. & Johri, A. (2016). Next-Term Student Performance Prediction: A Recommender Systems Approach. Journal of Educational Data Mining.

J27. Johri, A., Yang, S., Vorvoreanu, M., & Madhavan, K. (2016) Perceptions and Practices of Data Sharing in Engineering Education. Advances in Engineering Education, Vol. 5, Issue 2.

2015

J26. Moore, J., Williams, C., North, C., Johri, A. & Paretti, M. (2015) Effectiveness of Adaptive Concept Maps for Promoting Conceptual Understanding: Findings from a Design-Based Case Study of a Learner-Centered Tool. Advances in Engineering Education, Vol. 4, Issue 4.

J25. Goncher, A. & Johri, A. (2015) Contextual Constraining of Student Design Practices: Evidence from a Qualitative Investigation of First-Year Engineering Design Teams. Journal of Engineering Education, 104(3): 252-278.

J24. Johri, A. (2015). Impressions in Action: The Socially Situated Construction of Expertise Impressions in the Workplace. Journal of Organizational Ethnography , 4(1): 44-63.

2014

J23. Madhavan, K., Elmqvist, N., Vorvoreanu, M., Chen, X., Wong, Y., Xian, H., Dong, Z. & Johri, A. (2014). DIA2: Web-based Cyberinfrastructure for Visual Analysis of Funding Portfolios. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG).

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J22. Chowdhury, B. & Johri, A. (2014). Graduate Engineering Students' Perception of and Strategies for Acquiring External Funding. International Journal of Engineering Education.

J21. Madhavan, K., Johri, A., Xian, H. Wang, G. A. & Liu, X. (2014). Tools for Large-scale Data Analytic Examination of Relational and Epistemic Networks in Engineering Education. Advances in Engineering Education.

J20. Liu, X., Wang, G. A., Johri, A., Zhou, M. & Fan, W. (2014). Harnessing Global Expertise: A Comparative Study of Expertise Profiling Methods for Online Communities. Information Systems Frontiers.

J19. Sharma, A. & Johri, A. (2014). Learning and Empowerment: Designing a Financial Literacy Tool to Teach Long-term Investing to Illiterate Women in Rural India. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, Vol. 3, pp. 21-33.

J18. Johri, A., Teo, H., Lo, J., Dufour, M., & Schram, A. B. (2014). Millennial Engineers: Digital Media and Information Ecology of Engineering Students. Computers in Human Behavior, 33:286-301.

2013

J17. Johri, A., Dufour, M., Lo, J., & Shanahan, D. (2013). AdWiki: Socio-technical Systems Engineering for Managing Advising Knowledge in Higher Education. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, 5(1):37-59.

J16. Mitra, R., Johri, A. & Nov, O. (2013, June). Effect of External Events on Newcomer Participation in Open Source Online Communities.First Monday, Vol. 18, No. 6, 3-June-2013.

J15. Johri, A. & Teo, H. J. (2013).Using Data Analytics to Examine Expert/ Novice Behavior in Informal Online Communities. Bulletin of the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology, 15(2):2-5. (Editorially Reviewed)

J14. Johri, A., Williams, C. B., and Pembridge, J. (2013). Creative Collaboration: A Case Study of the Role of Computers in Supporting Representational and Relational Interaction in Student Engineering Design Teams. International Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 29, Issue 1.

2012

J13. Madhavan, K., Vorvoreanu, M., Elmqvist, N., Johri, A., Ramakrishnan, N., Wang, G. A. & McKenna, A. (2012).Portfolio Mining.IEEE Computer, 45(10):pp.95-99. (Invited article)

J12. Johri, A. (2012). From a Distance: Impression Formation and Impression Accuracy among Geographically Distributed Coworkers. Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 28(6):1997-2006.

J11. Johri, A. (2012). Learning to Demo: The Sociomateriality of Newcomer Participation in Engineering Research Practices. Engineering Studies, Vol.4, Issue 3, pp. 249-269.

J10. Pipek, V., Wulf, V. & Johri. A. (2012). Bridging Artifacts and Actors: Expertise Sharing in Organizational Ecosystems. Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Vol. 21, No. 2-3, pp.261-282.

J9. Johri, A. & Pal, J. (2012). Capable and Convivial Design: A Framework for Designing Information and Communication Technology for Human Development. Information Technology for Development, 18(1):61-75.

J8. Johri, A. & Teo, H. J. (2012). Assessing the Effectiveness of Open Innovation as a Model for Re-designing Design Learning. International Journal of Engineering Education, 28(2): 374-380.

2011

J7. Johri, A. (2011). The Sociomateriality of Learning Practices and Implications for the Field of Learning Technology. Research in Learning Technology, Vol. 19, Issue 3, 207-217.

J6. Johri, A. & Lohani, V. (2011). A Framework for Improving Engineering Representational Literacy through the Use of Pen-based Computing. International Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 27, No. 5.

J5. Johri, A. & Nair, S. (2011). The Role of Design Values in Information Systems Development for Human Benefit. Information Technology and People, Vol. 24, Issue 3.

J4. Johri. A. (2011). Sociomaterial Bricolage: The Creation of Location-spanning Work Practices by Global Software Developers. Information and Software Technology, 53(9): 955-968.

J3. Johri, A. & Olds, B. (2011). Situated Engineering Learning: Bridging Engineering Education Research and the Learning Sciences. Journal of Engineering Education, 100(1):151-185.

2010

J2. Johri, A. (2010). Open Organizing: Designing Sustainable Work Practices for the Engineering Workforce. International Journal of Engineering Education, 26(2):278-286.

2008

J1. Evans, M. & Johri, A. (2008): Facilitating Guided Participation through Mobile Technologies. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 20(2): 92-105.

 

Book Chapters

B8. Johri, A. (2014). Engineering Knowing in the Digital Workplace: Aligning Sociality and Materiality in Practice. In T. Fenwick & M Nerland (eds), Reconceptualising Professional Learning: Sociomaterial Knowledges, Practices, and Responsibilities. London:Routledge.

B7. Johri, A.(2014). Conducting Interpretive Research in Engineering Education Using Qualitative and Ethnographic Methods. In Johri, A. & Olds, B. M. (Eds), Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY.

B6. Johri, A., Olds, B. M. & O’Connor, K. (2014)Situative Frameworks for Engineering Learning Research, In Johri, A. & Olds, B. M. (Eds), Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY.

B5. Stevens, R., Johri, A. & O’Connor, K. Professional Engineering Work. In Johri, A. & Olds, B. M. (Eds), Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY.

B4. Johri, A. & Jesiek, B. Global and International Issues in Engineering Education. In Johri, A. & Olds, B. M. (Eds), Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY.

B3. Johri, A. (2006). Interpersonal Assessment: Assessing Peer Knowledge and Behavior in Online Learning Environments. In Roberts, T. (Ed). Self, Peer, And Group Assessment in E-Learning. Idea Group Publishing. pp. 283-312. (DRAFT)

B2. Johri, A. (2005). Online, Offline, and In-Between: Analyzing Mediated-Action among American and Russian Students in an Online Class. In Roberts, T. (Ed). Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning in Higher Education. Idea Group Publishing. pp. 259-280. (DRAFT)

B1. Avery, C., Civjan, J., & Johri, A. (2005). Assessing Student Interaction in the Global Classroom Project: Visualizing Communication and Collaboration Patterns Using Online Transcripts. In Cook, K. C., & Grant-Davie, K. (Eds). Online Education: Global Questions, Local Answers. pp. 245-266. Baywood Publishing Co. (Editorially Reviewed)

 

Book

Johri, A. & Sharma, A. (2013). Designing Development: Case Study of an International Education and Outreach Program. Morgan and Claypool Synthesis Lecture Series.

 

Edited Book

Johri, A. & Olds, B. M. (In Press/2013). Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research (CHEER). Cambridge University Press, New York, NY. *Awarded Best Publication for Books in 2014 by AERA Division I.*

 

Editorials/Book Reviews

O9. Goncher*, A. & Johri, A. (2015). JEE Selects: How Context Shapes Learning. ASEE Prism, November.

O8. Johri, A. (2015). Preparing for an Open Future: Time for a Dialogue on Data Sharing. ASEE Prism.

O7. Madhavan, K., Johri, A., Xian, H. Wang, G. A. & Liu, X. (2014). Knowing What We Know, and Who Knows What: An Online Portal to Allow Engineering Educators to Learn About Their Field. AEE Selects, ASEE Prism.

O6. Johri, A. & Olds, B. (2014). Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research and Reflections on the Field. Guest Editorial, Journal of Engineering Education, July 2014.

O5. Johri, A., Roth, W-M., and Olds, B. (2013). Representations in Engineering Practice: A Turn Towards Inscriptiosn (Introduction to the Special Issue). Journal of Engineering Education, 102(1).

O4. Johri, A. (2011). Global, Technological and Environmental Concerns in the Engineering Workplace. Engineering Studies, Vol. 3(2).

O3. Johri, A. (2010). Situated Engineering in the Workplace. Engineering Studies, Vol. 2(3): 151-52.

O2. Johri, A. (2010). Creating Theoretical Insights in Engineering Education. Guest Editorial, Journal of Engineering Education, July 2010. (Editorially Reviewed) (DRAFT)

O1. Johri, A. (2010). Global and Virtual Teamwork: Review Essay. Book Review, Journal of Engineering Education, January 2010. (Editorially Reviewed) (DRAFT)

 

Refereed Workshops & Symposia Organized
W7. Wyche, S. P., Oreglia, E., Sengers, P., Ames, M. G., Johri, A., Steinfeld, C. & Hoadley, C. (2012). Learning from Marginalized Users: Reciprocity in HCI4D. Workshop at CSCW 2012,

W6. Johri, A. & Olds, B. (2010). Engineering Learning. Pre-conference Workshop at ICLS 2010, Chicago, IL, June 2010.

W5. Johri, A. & Madhavan, K. (2010). Introduction to Cyberinfrastructure for Engineering Education Research, Learning and Outreach. Invited Workshop at NSF EEC Awardees Conference, Reston, VA, Feb. 1-2, 2010.

W4. Johri, A., Chen, H. & Lande, M. (2009). Creativity and Cognition in Engineering Design: Theoretical and Pedagogical Perspectives. Workshop at Creativity and Cognition 2009, Berkeley, CA.

W3. Evans, M., Johri,A., Glasson, G., Cagiltay, K, Pal, J., & Sarkar, P. (2008). ICT4D and the Learning Sciences. Symposium organized at the International Conference of Learning Sciences 2008.

W2. Newstetter, W., Johri, A., & Wulf, V. (2008). Laboratory Learning: Industry and University Research as Sites for Situated and Distributed Cognition. Symposium organized at the International Conference of Learning Sciences 2008.

W1. Johri, A. & Wulf, V. (2007). Communities of Practice in Highly Computerized Work Settings. Workshop organized at Communities and Technologies Conference (C&T 2007), East Lansing, Michigan.

 

Invited Contribution to National-level Policy Reports/Initiatives

NP6.Madhavan, K.P.C., Xian, H., Vorvoreanu, M., & Johri, A. (2010). Highly interactive data gateways for understanding NSF investments. Presentation to the NSF CISE/SBE Subcommittee on Understanding the NSF Portfolio. Arlington, VA. (September 2010).

NP5. Discovery in a Research Portfolio: Tools for Structuring, Analyzing, Visualizing and Interacting with Proposal and Award Portfolios. Final Report on Recommendations from NSF CISE and SBE AC Subcommittee, November 2010

NP4. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) report on “Innovations in Engineering Education,” November 2008, Atlanta, GA.

NP3. NSF-EEC Report “Thought Leaders Workshop on the Future of Engineering Education,” June 2008

NP2. NSF Workshop on “Cyberinfrastructure and Engineering Education,” September 4-5, 2008, Arlington VA.

NP1. NSF Workshop on “Digital Video Inquiry in Learning and Education,” November 25-26, 2002, Palo Alto, CA.

 

Invited Presentations/Talks

11. Madhavan, K.P.C., Xian, H., Vorvoreanu, M., Johri, A., Jesiek, B., Wang, A., & Wankat, P. (2010). The FIE Story ­ 1991 to 2009. Invited video presentation featured at the Frontiers in Education Conference 2010, October 2010. The video is available online at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKA4zJc3bsA.

10. Johri, A. (2010). Engineering and Development: Values and Design. Microsoft Research Labs, Bangalore, India, September, 2010.

9. Johri, A. (2010). Computational Literacy: The Reshaping of Human Practices through Digital Representations. School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, February 9, 2010.

8. Johri, A. (2007). Innovation in a Flat and Networked World. GENENCOR Inc., Palo Alto, CA, July 10, 2007.

7. Johri, A. (2006). Mediated Impressions: How Digital Technology Affects Impression Formation and Shapes Collaboration and Learning. Department of Educational Theory and Practice, School of Education, State University of New York at Albany, December 2006.

6. Johri, A. (2006). Technology and Collaboration in R&D Laboratories. Microsoft Research Labs, Bangalore, India, September 2006.

5. Johri, A. (2006). Graduate Education in the U.S. Annual Retreat of the Department of New Media and Information Systems, University of Siegen, Germany, August 2006.

4. Johri, A. (2006). Interpersonal Impression Formation in a Community of Practice. Departmental Seminar, Department of New Media and Information Systems, University of Siegen, Germany, July 2006.

3. Johri, A. (2005). Understanding Impression Formation and Impression Accuracy Among Distributed Coworkers. Fraunhofer FIT, Sankt Augustin, Germany, August 2005.

2. Hinds, P. & Johri, A. (2004). Understanding Impression Accuracy among Distributed Coworkers. MediaX Conference, Stanford University, Nov. 2004.

1. Johri, A. (2003). Fundamentals of Digital Design. Workshop on Digital Communication, Department of Communication, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, India, March 2003.

Media Mentions/VT News

What research tells us about getting better at email, July 3, 2013.

(Also available here)

Team of students and faculty designs product to increase childhood immunization rates in developing countries, July 24, 2012.

Stop using email for everything: How some companies have found new ways to communicate and collaborate. By Joel Mathis, Macworld.com Jun 18, 2012 (Featured article on July 23, 2012).

End of Email?: Financial Times, December 19, 2011. (Site Registration Required)

Knowledge mining resource accelerates science, technology education, research. Physorg.com, October 13, 2011.

Four Virginia Tech engineering faculty selected for National Academy of Engineering symposium, October 11, 2011.

Advancing manufacturing jobs at home. Roanoke Times, May 16, 2011.

SHORING UP: Federal aid to states and grants to researchers may bring only temporary relief to universities. (Cover Story). PRISM, ASEE Magazine, January 2010.

NSF CAREER award recipient to study work practices of global engineering professionals. EurekaAlert, September 2009.

(Also at: http://www.vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2009/10/2009-750.html )

External Grants

G14. NSF-DUE (1707837): EAGER: Social Media Participation as Indicator of Actors, Awareness, Attitudes, and Activities Related to STEM Education. Role: PI, Amount $299,292. Co-PI: H. Purohit

G13. NSF-CHS (IIS#1733634): RAPID: Collaborative Research: Technology Adoption during Environmental Jolts: Mobile Phone Use and Digital Services Appropriation during India's Demonetization Crisis. Role: PI; $49,974. (Collaborator: Joyojeet Pal, University of Michigan; Total Amount $100K)

G12. NSF-BIGDATA: IA: DKA (IIS#1447489): Collaborative Research: Learning Data Analytics: Providing Actionable Insights to Increase College Student Success; PI: Huzefa Rangwala; Co-PIs: Aditya Johri, Jaime Lester; Award Date: 09/01/2014-2018; Award Amount: $766,202.00

G11. NSF-EEC (#1408674), EAGER: Collaborative Research: Data Ecosystems for Catalysing Transformative Research in Engineering Education. Role: PI; Amount: $150K; REU Supplement: $18.5K (2014-2016)

G10. NSF-EEC (#1424444) TILES: Trajectories of Informal Learning Among Engineering Students. PI. Johri, A. Co-PIs: Bland, L. & Islam, K. $450K. 2014-2017

G9. NSF-DUE (#1444277), Deep Insights Anytime, Anywhere (DIA2) - Central Resource for Characterizing the TUES Portfolio through Interactive Knowledge Mining and Visualizations. Johri, A. (PI), Domeniconi, C. (co-PI). Total: $3.2 Million (Collaborators: Purdue, Stanford & ASU); Share: $710, 036. 09/14-08/17.

G8. NSF-ACI (#1355955) EAGER: Kinetic Computing Sculpture: A functional parallel cluster of Raspberry Pi computers that inspire computational thinking, PI: Kirk Cameron; Role: Co-PI; Amount: $150K. (2013-2014)

G7. NSF-EEC (#0954034), Early CAREER Award, Investigating Global Engineering Work Practices to Prepare 21st Century Engineers (Role: PI, $406,987; $50,000 supplement by VT COE); 01/10-12/14.

G6. NSF-DUE-TUES, Advancing Personalized Engineering Learning Via an Adaptive Concept Map, (Role: Co-PI; PI: Chris Williams, $198, 753). 09/11-12/14.

G5. NSF-EEC (#0935124): Collaborative Research: Interactive Knowledge Networks for Engineering Education Research (Role: PI; Co-PI: G. Alan Wang; Total: $400K, VT: $132,474). 09/10-08/12

G4. NSF-EEC (#0835892): AdWiki: Cultivating a Wiki-Based Online Community of Practice for Advising Engineering Students (Role: PI, Co-PI: Jenny Lo, $99,927) 09/08-08/10

G3. NSF-IIS (#0757540): Examining Creativity with IT in Engineering Design (X-CITED) (Role: PI, Co-PIs: Deborah Tatar, Vinod Lohani, $209,641). 09/08-08/11

G2. NSF-EEC (#0935143): Collaborative Proposal (IEECI Exploratory): Identifying Practices and Tools to Promote Newcomer Participation in Cyberlearning Environments (Role: PI, Total: $200K, VT: $99,401).

G1 NSF-EEC (#0832002): Building Connections within the Engineering Education Research Community (PI: Lisa McNair, Role: Co-PI, $367, 154) 09/08-08/10

 

Conference Proceedings

2017

C84.Johri, A. & Yang, S. (2017). Scaffolded Help for Learning: How Experts Collaboratively Support Newcomer Participation in Online Communities. Proceedings of Communities and Technologies (C&T) 2017.

C83.Bland, L., Xu, X., Kusano, S. & Johri, A. (2017). The Development of Engineering Students? Metacognitive Skills in Informal Engineering Learning Activities. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Meeting.

C82.Bland, L., Xu, X., Kusano, S. & Johri, A. (2017). Examining Learner-driven Constructs in Co-curricular Engineering Environments: The Role of Student Reflection in Assessment Development. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Meeting.

C81.Johri, A. (2017). Situated Cognition Genres: A Situated Learning Approach for Examining Informal Learning in an Online Community of Makers. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Meeting.

C80.Almatrafi, O., Johri, A., Rangwala, H. & Lester, J. (2017). Retention and Persistence among STEM Students: A Comparison of Direct Admit and Transfer Students across Engineering and Science. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Meeting.

C79.Pal., Viswanathan, A. & Johri, A. (2017). Mediating Access: How Visually-Impaired Users Leverage Collaborative Learning to Keep Up with Mobile Phone Innovations. Proceedings of CSCL 2017.

C78.Almatrafi, O. & Johri, A. (2017). Showing and Telling: Response Dynamics in an Online Community of Makers. Proceedings of CSCL 2017.

C77.Pal, J., Viswanathan, A., Chandra, P., Nazareth, A., Kameshwaran, V., Subramonyam, H., Johri, A., Ackerman, M. & O?Modhrain, S. (2017) Agency in assistive technology adoption: Visual impairment and smartphone use in Bangalore. Proceedings of the CHI 2017.

2016

C76. Bairaktarova, D. & Johri, A. (2016). The Role of Virtual Objects in Performing Engineering Related Task. Work in Progress Paper, Proceedings of Frontiers in Education Conference.

C75. Revelle, M., Domeniconi, C. & Johri, A. (2016).Persistent Roles in Online Social Networks. Proceedings of ECML PKDD 2016.

C74. Johri, A. (2016). Demo or Die: Narrative Construction as Articulation Work for Promoting Early Stage Digital Innovations. Proceedings of ACM Group 2016. (Acceptance Rate: 30%)

C73. Ren, Z., Rangwala, H. & Johri, A. (2016). Predicting Performance on MOOC Assessments using Multi-Regression Models. Proceedings of Educational Data Mining 2016. (Acceptance Rate: 50%)

C72. *Gelman, B., Revelle, M., Domeniconi, C., Veeramachaneni, K. & Johri, A. (2016). Acting the Same Differently: A Cross-Course Comparison of User Behavior in MOOCs. Proceedings of Educational Data Mining 2016. (Acceptance Rate: 50%)

C71. Bland, L., *Kusano, S. & Johri, A. (2016). Engineering Competitions as Pathways to Development of Professional Engineering Skills. Proceedings of ASEE 2016.

C70. Johri, A., Bland, L. & *Kusano, S. (2016). Informal Learning in Engineering. Proceedings of ASEE 2016.

C69. *Almatrafi, O., Johri, A., Rangwala, H. & Lester, J. (2016). Identifying Course Trajectories of High Achieving Engineering Students through Data Analytics. Proceedings of ASEE 2016.

C68. Gelman, B., Beckley, C. Johri, A., Yang, S. & Domeniconi, C. (2016). Online Urbanism: Interest-based Subcultures as Drivers of Informal Learning in an Online Community. Proceedings of ACM Learning at Scale Conference 2016. (Acceptance Rate: 22%)

2015

C67. Revelle, M., Domeniconi, C., Sweeney, M. & Johri, A. (2015). Finding Community Topics and Membership in Graphs. Proceedings of ECML PKDD 2015. (Acceptance Rate: 23%)

C66. Revelle, M., Domeniconi C. & Johri, A. (2015). Evidence of Temporal Artifacts in Social Networks. Proceedings of MUSE Workshop, ECML PKDD, 2015, Porto, Portugal.

C65. Rouly, M., Rangwala, H. & Johri, A. (2015). What Are We Teaching? Automated Evaluation of CS Curricula Content Using Topic Modeling. Proceedings of ICER 2015. (Acceptance Rate: 26%)

C64. Molla Alameh, E., Vorvoreanu, M., Yang, S., Johri, A. & Madhavan, K. (2015). A Comparative Analysis of Information Sharing and Access to Engineering Education Research Data. Proceedings of ASEE 2015.

C63. London, J., McKenna, A., Vorvoreanu, M., Johri, A. & Madhavan, K. (2015). Developing and Advancing a Cyberinfrastructure to Gain Insights into Research Investments: An Organizing Research Framework. Proceedings of ASEE 2015.

C62. Almatrafi, O., Islam, K. & Johri, A. (2015). An Empirical Study of Face-to-Face and Distance Learning Sections of a Core Telecommunication Course. Proceedings of ASEE 2015.

C61. Kusano, S. & Johri, A. (2015). Developing Global Engineering Competency through Participation in 'Engineers Without Borders'. Proceedings of ASEE 2015.

C60. Chowdhury, B., Cameron, K., Blanchard, S. & Johri, A. (2015). SeeMore: An Interactive Kinetic Sculpture Designed to Teach Parallel Computational Thinking. Proceedings of ASEE 2015.

C59. Johri, A. (2015). Sociomaterial Bricolage: Engineering Learning as the Practice of Making Sense by Making Do. Proceedings of CSCL 2015. (Poster)

C58. Johri, A. (2015). Digital Materiality as the Fabric for Socio-Temporal Organizing of Learning: A Case Study of Open Source Software Development. Proceedings of CSCL 2015. (Poster)

C57. Ahmed, S., Yang, S. & Johri, A. (2015). Does Online Q&A Activity Vary Based on Topic: A Comparison of Technical and Non-technical Stack Exchange Forums. Proceedings of ACM Learning at Scale 2015 (Poster).

C56. Yang, S., Domeniconi, C., Revelle, M., Sweeney, M., Gelman, B., Beckley, C., & Johri, A. (2015). Uncovering Trajectories of Informal Learning in Large Online Communities of Creators. Proceedings of ACM Learning at Scale, 2015.

C55. Johri, A. (2015). Supporting Global Virtual Work through Blogs and Micro-Blogging. Proceedings of HICSS 2015.

C54. Vorvoreanu, M., Sears, D. & Johri, A. (2015). Teaching and Learning in a Social Media Ecosystem: A Case Study. Proceedings of HICSS 2015.

2014

C53.Kusano, S. & Johri, A. (2014). A Sense of Autonomy: Students? Self-Assessment of Design-Based Informal Learning Experiences in Engineering. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference 2014.

C52. Chowdhury, B., Kusano, S., Johri, A. & Sharma, A. (2014). Peer Scaffolding in an Interdisciplinary Studio-based Design Course. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference 2014.

C51. Qiao, Z., Wang, G. A. & Johri, A. (2014). Users' Behavior Comparison between Active and Inactive Newcomers in Online Knowledge Communities. Proceedings for South East Decision Sciences Institute (SE DSI) Conference'14, Wilmington, North Carolina, Feb. 19-21, 2014.

C50. Johri, A. & Srinivasan, J. (2014). The role of data in aligning the 'unique identity' infrastructure in India. Proceedings of CSCW 2014, pp. 697-709.

C49.Teo, H. J. & Johri, A. (2014). Fast, functional, and fitting: expert response dynamics and response quality in an online newcomer help forum. Proceedings of CSCW 2014, pp.332-341.

2013

C48. Goncher, A., Johri, A. & Boles, W. (2013) Student focus and prioritization of design parameters in first-year engineering design projects. Proceedings of 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education.

C47. Srinivasan, J. & Johri, A. (2013). Creating machine readable men: legitimizing the 'Aadhaar' mega e-infrastructure project in India. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 101-112.

C46. Teo, H. J., Johri, A. & Brogan, D. S. (2013). Towards an Understanding of ECE Students' Use of Online Homework Help Forums. Proceedings for FIE 2013.

C45. Teo, H. J., Johri, A. & Lohani, V. (2013). Assessment of Online Participation through Social Network Measures: A HLM Approach. Proceedings of FIE 2013.

C44. Moore, J. P., Williams, C. B., North, C. & Johri, A. (2013). Promoting Conceptual Understanding in Engineering Statics Through the Use of Adaptive Concept Maps. 2013 ASEE Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. .

C43. Teo, H. J. & Johri, A. (2013). Experts Learn More (than Newcomers): An Exploratory Study of Argumentation in an Online Help Forum. Proceedings of Computer Supported Cooperative Learning 2013, Wisconsin, MI, USA. (Full paper).

C42. Teo, H. J., Johri, A. & Mitra, R. (2013). Visualizing and Analyzing Productive Structures and Patterns in Online Communities Using Multilevel Social Network Analysis. Proceedings of Computer Supported Cooperative Learning 2013, Wisconsin, MI, USA. (Short paper).

C41. Madhavan, K. P. C., Johri, A. & others. (2013). iKNEER: Interactive System to Assess and Visualize Relational and Epistemic Networks. Learning and Knowledge Analytics 2013, Leuven, Belgium. (Poster).

C40. Teo, H. J., Johri, A. & Mitra, R. (2013). Productive Structures and Patterns - Multilevel Social Network Analysis of a Java Programming Help Forum. Learning and Knowledge Analytics 2013, Leuven, Belgium. (Poster).

2012

C39. Johri, A. & Sharma, A. (2012). Learning From Working on Others' Problems: Engaging Students in Long-term Global Projects for Reciprocal Learning. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference 2012.

C38. Johri, A., Teo, H. J., Lo, J., Dufour, M. & Schram, A. (2012). Digital Engineers: Results of a Survey Study Documenting Digital Media and Device Use Among Freshmen Engineering Students. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference 2012.*Best Paper Nomination*

C37. Williams, C.W, Moore, J. P., Johri, A., Peirce, R. S., and North, C. (2012). Advancing Personalized Engineering Learning via an Adaptive Concept Map. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference 2012.

C36. Singh, V., Kathuria, S. & Johri, A. (2012). Newcomer integration and learning in technical support communities for Open Source Software. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Work, Feb. 11-15, 2012, Seattle, WA.

2011

C35. Johri, A., Wang, A., Liu, X. & Madhavan, K. (2011). Utilizing Topic Modeling Techniques to Identify Emergence and Growth of Research Topics in Engineering Education. Proceedings of IEEE FIE 2011.

C34. Madhavan, K., Xian, H., Johri, A., et al. (2011). Understanding the Engineering Education Research Problem Space Using Interactive Knowledge Networks. Proceedings of 2011 Annual Conference and Exposition of the American Society of Engineering Education, Vancouver, BC.

C33. Goncher, A. & Johri, A. (2011). The Identification and Emergence of Constraints in Engineering Design Projects. Proceedings of 2011 Annual Conference and Exposition of the American Society of Engineering Education, Vancouver, BC.

C32. Goncher, A. & Johri, A. (2011). Do Authentic Constraints Inspire Innovative Solutions? Findings from a Case Study of a Freshmen Engineering Design Project. Electronic Proceedings of MUDD VIII Design Workshop, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, May 28-29.

C31. Johri, A. & Teo, H. J. (2011). Leveraging Advances in Open Innovation to Re-design Design Learning. Electronic Proceedings of MUDD VIII Design Workshop, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, May 28-29.

C30. Singh, V., Johri, A. & Mitra, R. (2011). Types of Newcomers in an Online Developer Community. Interactive Paper, Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, March 2011.

C29. Johri, A., Nov, O. & Mitra, R. (2011). Environmental Jolts: Impact of Exogenous Factors on Online Community Participation. Interactive paper, Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, March 2011.

C28. Johri, A. (2011). Look Ma, No Email! Blogs and IRC as Primary and Preferred Communication Tools in a Distributed Firm. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, March 2011. *Best Note Award*

C27. Mitra, R., Singh, V. & Johri, A. (2011). Cyberlearning Ecosystem - Users, Technology and Tools. Proceedings of iConference 2011, Feb. 8-11, Seattle, USA.

C26. Johri, A., Nov, O. & Mitra, R. (2011). “Cool” or “Monster”? Company Takeovers and Their Effect on Open Source Community Participation. Proceedings of iConference 2011, Feb. 8-11, Seattle, USA.

2010

C25. Goncher A., Kothaneth S. & Johri A. (2010). Team Communication and Innovative Design Practices: The Effect of Team Adoption and Implementation of the Tablet PC. Proceedings of the 54th Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, Sept 27th to Oct.1, 2010, San Francisco.

C24. Johri, A. & Olds, B. (2010). Engineering Learning. Proceedings of International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Chicago, IL, June 2010.

C23. Goncher, A., Johri, A. & Sharma, A. (2010). Use-Value and Functionality versus Aesthetics and Experience: Inculcation of Design Ideologies in Engineering and Industrial Design Students. Work in Progress, Proceedings of IEEE Frontiers in Education, 2010.

C22. Johri, A., Lo, J. Dufour, M. & Shanahan, D. (2010). AdWiki: Designing and Implementing a Socio-Technical Infrastructure for Engineering Student Advising. Proceedings of IEEE Frontiers in Education, 2010.

2009

C21. Johri, A., Chen, H. & Lande, M. (2009). Creativity and Cognition in Engineering Design: Theoretical and Pedagogical Perspectives. Proceedings of Creativity and Cognition 2009, ACM Press, Berkeley, CA.

C20. Goncher, A., Johri, A., Kothaneth, S. & Lohani, V. (2009). Exploration and Exploitation in Engineering Design: Examining the Effects of Prior Knowledge on Creativity and Technology Use. In Proceedings of 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 18 - 21, 2009, San Antonio, TX. p.M1J-1-M1J-7.

C19. Pembridge, J., Johri, A. & Williams, C. (2009). Transformative Design Practices: Comparing Face-to-Face and Technology-Mediated Design Experiences among Engineering Students. Proceedings of 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 18 - 21, 2009, San Antonio, TX. pp. W2H-1-W2H-7.

C18. Johri, A. (2009). Preparing Engineers for a Global World: Identifying and Teaching Sensemaking and Practice Forming Strategies. Proceedings of 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 18 - 21, 2009, San Antonio, TX. pp. M2D-1-M2D-6.

C17. Pierrakos, O., Beam, TK., Constantz, J., Johri, A., & Anderson, R. (2009). On the Development of a Professional Identity: Engineering Persisters Vs Engineering Switchers. Proceedings of 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 18 - 21, 2009, San Antonio, TX. pp. M4F-1-M4F-6

C16. Johri, A. (2009). Reorganizing Engineering Pedagogy: Preventing Student Disengagement by Increasing Dialogic Learning. Proceedings of 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 18 - 21, 2009, San Antonio, TX. pp. M3J-1-M3J-2.

C15. Beam, TK., Pierrakos, O., Constantz,J., Johri, A., & Anderson, R. (2009).Preliminary Findings on Freshmen Engineering Students’ Professional Identity: Implications for Recruitment and Retention. Proceedings of 2009 Annual Conference and Exposition of the American Society of Engineering Education, Austin, Texas, June 14-17. AC 2009-993.

C14. Johri, A. (2009). Open Organizing: Designing Sustainable Work Practices for the Engineering Workforce. Electronic Proceedings of MUDD Design Workshop, Harvey Mudd College, May 2009. (See IJEE Publication 2010 Pub. 31)

2008

C13. Lohani, V. K., Castles, R., Johri, A., Spangler, D., and Kibler, D. (2008). Analysis of Tablet PC Based Learning Experiences in Freshman to Junior Level Engineering Courses, Proc. 2008 ASEE Annual Conference, June 22-25, 2008, Pittsburgh. AC 2008-1763.

C12. Johri, A. & Lohani, V. (2008). Representational Literacy and Participatory Learning: Analyzing Tablet Experiences in Large Classes. In Proceedings of 38th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY. pp. S3J-1-S3J-6.

C11. Johri, A. (2008). Boundary Spanning Knowledge Broker: An Emerging Role in Global Engineering Firms. In Proceedings of 38th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY. pp. S2E-7-S2E-12.

C10. Evans, M., Johri,A., Gasson, G., Cagiltay, K., Pal, J., & Sarkar, P. (2008). ICT4D and the Learning Sciences. In the proceedings of International Conference of Learning Sciences 2008. Vol. 3, pp.229-236.

C9. Newstetter, W., Johri, A., & Wulf, V. (2008). Laboratory Learning: Industry and University Research as Sites for Situated and Distributed Cognition. In the Proceedings of International Conference of Learning Sciences 2008. Vol. 3, pp.290-297.

C8. Johri, A. & Lohani, V. (2008). Creating a Participatory Learning Environment in Large Classes Using Pen-Based Computing. Proceedings of International Conference of Learning Sciences 2008. Vol. 1, pp.398- 405.

C7. Johri, A. & Lohani, V. (2008). Analysis of Tablet PC Based Learning Experiences in Engineering Classes. In the Proceedings of International Conference of Learning Sciences 2008. Vol. 3, pp.51-52.

2007

C6. Johri, A. (2007). The Socio-Technical Process of Newcomer Participation: Findings from a Field Study. International Conference of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Rutgers, NJ, July 16 –21, 2007. pp. 438-439. (DRAFT)

C5. Johri, A., Pipek, V., Wulf, V. & Veith, M. (2007). Bridging Artifacts and Actors: Supporting Knowledge and Expertise Sharing Work Practices through Technology. Proceedings of 1st ACM Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction and Management of Information Technology, Boston, MA, March 30-31, 2007. pp. 1-2.

2004

C4. Barron, B., Tackman, J., Martin, C. Mercier, E., Johri, A., Johnson et al. (2004) Equity and the Development of Technological Fluency. The Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

2002

C3. Broglio, R. & Johri, A. (2002). Living Inside the Poem: Enhancing English Literature Classes with MOOs. In P. Bell, R. Stevens, & T. Satwicz (Eds.), Keeping Learning Complex: The Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) (pp. 512-513). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

C2. Johri, A. (2002). Designing for Change: Findings from an Ethnographic Study of a Complex Learning Environment. In P. Bell, R. Stevens, & T. Satwicz (Eds.), Keeping Learning Complex: The Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

C1. Civjan, J., Johri, A., Avery, C. & Herrington, T. (2002). VisOC: A Tool for Visualizing Online Communication in Educational Settings. In P. Bell, R. Stevens, & T. Satwicz (Eds.), Keeping Learning Complex: The Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Refreed Conference Presentations

15. Johri, A. & Sharma, A. (2011). Designing for Development: Three Preliminaries Studies from Field Research in India. Workshop on Mobile Collaboration in the Developing World at ACM CSCW 2011, Hangzhou, China, March 20, 2011.

14. Johri, A. (2010). Leveraging the Digital Media Ecology in a Distributed Firm. Presented at the International Symposium of Information Systems, Hyderabad, India, Dec. 18, 2010.

13. Johri, A. (2009). Using Case Studies and Case Preparation Kits to Teach Global Team Competency. Poster Session at the 12th Annual Colloquium on International Engineering Education, Ames, Iowa October 22-25, 2009.

12. Johri, A. (2009). Multiplicity and Personalization: How Global Engineers Develop Successful Technology-Mediated Work Practices, 12th Annual Colloquium on International Engineering Education, Ames, Iowa October 22-25, 2009.

11. Johri, A. (2009). Demo or Die: The Collective Championing of Digital Innovations in an R&D Organization. Academy of Management, 2009, Chicago, IL.

10. Johri, A. (2008). Why We See Coworkers Differently: Situational and Institutional Shaping of Impressions. Presented at Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division Session on Individuals and Distributed Work, Academy of Management, 2008, Anaheim, CA.

9. Johri, A. (2006). Interpersonal Impression Formation in a Community of Practice. Doctoral Consortium International Conference of Learning Sciences, June 2006, Bloomington, Indiana.

8. Johri, A. (2005). Working Across the Pacific: A Field Study of Impression Formation among Distributed Coworkers in an R&D Organization, Doctoral Consortium Workshop, European Computer Supported Cooperative Work, September 2005, Paris, France.

7. Johri, A. (2005). Understanding Impression Formation and Impression Accuracy Among Distributed Coworkers. Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division, Academy of Management, 2005, Honolulu, HI.

6. Johri, A. (2005) Knowing Others: Understanding Interpersonal Impression Formation Among Learners in Technology Mediated Communities of Practice. Student Community Workshop, Computer Supported Cooperative Learning, May 2005, Taipei, Taiwan. (Published in supplemental proceedings of the conference)

5. Johri, A. (2005). Understanding and Developing a “Learning Relationship” in Computer Supported Learning Communities. Fostering Learning Communities Workshop, Computer Supported Cooperative Learning, May 2005, Taipei, Taiwan.

4. Johri, A. (2005). Sharing Interpersonal and Contextual Knowledge: Developing a Community of Practice in Distributed Online Learning Environments. Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association, 2005, Montreal, Canada.

3. Johri, A. (2005). Using Structuration Theory to Analyze and Understand Technology Use in a Distributed Online Learning Environment. Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association, 2005, Montreal, Canada.

2. Johri, A. (2003). When the Technology that Facilitates is also the Technology that Inhibits: Results from the Case Study of a Cross-Cultural Online Learning Environment. Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association, 2003, Chicago, IL.

1. Barron, B., Martin, C., Mercier, E., Pilner, K., Mathias, A., Johri, A, & Walter, S. (2003). Patterns of Participation in Fluency-Building Experiences in a High-tech Community: Implications for Bridging Divides by Design. Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association, 2003, Chicago, IL.

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