My research interests have varied over the last few years, going from user participation in peer production systems to systemic biases in the output of those systems, and have now settled (hopefully for a while!) on, as previously mentioned, trans-exclusionary bias in data and software, as part of a larger interest in data ethics.
Previous publications include:
- Keyes, O., Jacobs, J. & Rudis, B. (2016). R Packages to Aid in Handling Web Access Logs. The R Journal, 8(1), 360-366.
- Halfaker, A., Keyes, O., Kluver, D., Thebault-Spieker, J. Nguyen, T. & Shores, K. (2015). User Session Identification Based on Strong Regularities in Inter-activity Time. Proceedings from IWWW ’15: The 24th International Conference on the World Wide Web. Florence, Italy; ACM.
- Sen, S., Ford, H., Musicant, D. Graham, M., Keyes, O. & Hecht, B. (2015). Barriers to the Localness of Volunteered Geographic Information. Proceedings from CHI ’15: The 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Seol, South Korea. (Honorable Mention)
- Halfaker, A., Keyes, O. & Taraborelli, D. (2013). Making Peripheral Participation Legitimate: Reader Engagement Experiments in Wikipedia. Proceedings from CSCW ’13: The 2013 Conference on Computer-Supported Co-operative Work. San Antonio, TX.