K. Krauskopf, J. Bertram, Y. P. A. Hsiao, S. Huber, K.
Panciera, N. Sträfling, A. Wichmann, and J. van Aalst. "Memetic
Processes as Conceptual Framework for Idea Improvement in Knowledge
Building." In Proc. ICLS 2012.
K. Panciera, M. Masli, and L.
Terveen. “'How should I go from __ to __ without getting killed?'
Motivation and Benefits in Open Collaboration”. In Proc. WikiSym 2011.
Acceptance rate: 42%
K. Panciera, R. Priedhorsky, T.
Erickson, and L. Terveen. “Lurking? Cyclopaths? A Quantitative Lifecycle
Analysis of User Behavior in a Geowiki”. In Proc. CHI 2010.
Acceptance rate: 22%
K. Panciera, A. Halfaker, and
L. Terveen. "Wikipedians are Born, Not Made: A Study of Power Editors in
Wikipedia." Proceedings of GROUP 2009.
Acceptance rate: 36%
R. Priedhorsky, J. Chen, S. T. K. Lam, K.
Panciera, L. Terveen, J. Riedl. “Creating, Destroying, and
Restoring Value in Wikipedia”. In Proc. GROUP 2007.
Acceptance rate: 28%
K. Cannon, K. Panciera, and N. Papanikolopoulos. "Second Annual Robotics Summer Camp for Underrepresented Students." In Proc. ITiCSE 2007.
Acceptance rate: 30%
K. Cannon, M. LaPoint, N. Bird, K. Panciera, H. Veeraraghavan, N. Papanikolopoulos, and M. Gini. "Summer Educational Opportunities for Underrepresented Groups Using Robots". IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. June 2007.
K. Panciera. Then When and Why of User Participation. WikiSym, October 2011.
K. Panciera. Then When and Why of User Participation. Social-Computational Systems Workshop, June 2011.
K. Panciera. User Lifecycles in Cyclopath: A Survey of Users. iConference, February 2011.
K. Panciera, R. Priedhorsky, A.
Halfaker, T. Erickson, and L. Terveen. "Wikipedians? Cyclopaths? A
Quantitative Analysis of Power Users in Online Communities". MinneWic
(Regional Celebration of Women in Computing in the Upper MidWest). Feb.
K. Panciera, M. Cardosa, and A.
Rouben. "Wikipedians over Time: A Comparative Study of User
Contributions." Grace Hopper Celebration, October 2007.
A. Forte, S. P. Goggins, S. Sawyer, D. Rotman, M. Twidale, C. Sims, K. Shankar, B. Butler, K. Panciera, and H. Mentis. Socio-Technical Research: Connecting Disciplines in the iSchools. iConference, February 2011.
S. P. Goggins, A. Forte, S. Sawyer, D. Rotman, M. Twidale, C. Sims, K. Shankar, B. Butler, K. Panciera, and H. Mentis. Sharing the Socio-Technical Workshop Results: An Alternative Event with Alternate Endings. iConference, February 2011.
K. Y. Rozier, K. R. Walcott, and K.
Your Building Bricks: How to Find Your Research Direction." Grace Hopper
Celebration, October 2008.
Doctoral Consortium at WikiSym 2011. Palo Alto, CA. October 2011.
Doctoral Symposium at the Social-Computational Systems Workshop.Minneapolis, MN. June 2011.
2010 Summer Research Institute for the Science of Socio-Technical Systems - One of 33 "Associates," or junior researchers, chosen to participate in an NSF funded interdisciplinary four-day workshop.
Summer Social Webshop at the University of Maryland. College Park, MD. August 2012.
SAVI Planning Workshop: Towards a Virtual Institute for the Measurement, Evaluation and Management of Open Online Communities. Syracuse, NY. July 2012
Making Sense of Social Media: Empirical Research and Future Directions. Swabian Alb, Germany. August 2011.
Human Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC) 2011. Paciﬁc Grove, CA. June 2011.
Ph.D. Forum at the Grace Hopper Celebration. Atlanta, GA. October 2010.
"How do I become a researcher?" Panel at CRA-W Career Mentoring Workshop (Grace Hopper Celebration). Atlanta, GA. October 2010.
Approaching Amateurs Workshop at GROUP. Sanibel Island, FL. May 2009.