Deborah Tatar
Deborah Tatar
Associate Professor of Computer Science and, by courtesy, Psychology, Virginia Tech
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WYSIWIS revised: Early experiences with multiuser interfaces
M Stefik, DG Bobrow, G Foster, S Lanning, D Tatar
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) 5 (2), 147-167, 1987
The three paradigms of HCI
S Harrison, D Tatar, P Sengers
Alt. Chi. Session at the SIGCHI Conference on human factors in computing …, 2007
The effects of screen size and message content on attention and arousal
B Reeves, A Lang, EY Kim, D Tatar
Media psychology 1 (1), 49-67, 1999
Handhelds go to school: Lessons learned
D Tatar, J Roschelle, P Vahey, WR Penuel
Computer 36 (09), 30-37, 2003
Design for conversation: Lessons from Cognoter
DG Tatar, G Foster, DG Bobrow
International Journal of Man-machine studies 34 (2), 185-209, 1991
Integration of technology, curriculum, and professional development for advancing middle school mathematics: Three large-scale studies
J Roschelle, N Shechtman, D Tatar, S Hegedus, B Hopkins, S Empson, ...
American Educational Research Journal 47 (4), 833-878, 2010
Small-scale workspace representations indicating activities by other users
MJ Stefik, DG Bobrow, SM Lanning, DG Tatar, GS Foster
US Patent 4,974,173, 1990
Making epistemological trouble: Third-paradigm HCI as successor science
S Harrison, P Sengers, D Tatar
Interacting with computers 23 (5), 385-392, 2011
The way to console may depend on the goal: Experimental studies of social support
LM Horowitz, EN Krasnoperova, DG Tatar, MB Hansen, EA Person, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 37 (1), 49-61, 2001
Ink, improvisation, and interactive engagement: Learning with tablets
J Roschelle, D Tatar, SR Chaudhury, Y Dimitriadis, C Patton, C DiGiano
Computer 40 (9), 42-48, 2007
The design tensions framework
D Tatar
Human–Computer Interaction 22 (4), 413-451, 2007
Who gets what and why: Determinants of social allocations
F Pratto, DG Tatar, S Conway‐Lanz
Political Psychology 20 (1), 127-150, 1999
Keep in touch: channel, expectation and experience
R Wang, F Quek, D Tatar, KS Teh, A Cheok
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
Handheld tools that ‘informate’assessment of student learning in science: A requirements analysis
J Roschelle, WR Penuel, L Yarnall, N Shechtman, D Tatar
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 21 (3), 190-203, 2005
Places: people, events, loci–the relation of semantic frames in the construction of place
S Harrison, D Tatar
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 17, 97-133, 2008
Scaling up innovative technology-based mathematics
D Tatar, J Roschelle, J Knudsen, N Shechtman, J Kaput, B Hopkins
The Journal of the Learning Sciences 17 (2), 248-286, 2008
Using handheld technology to move between the private and public in the classroom
P Vahey, D Tatar, J Roschelle
Ubiquitous computing: Invisible technology, visible impact, 187-210, 2006
Leveraging handhelds to increase student learning: Engaging middle school students with the mathematics of change
P Vahey, D Tatar, J Roschelle
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004
Designing networked handheld devices to enhance school learning
J Roschelle, C Patton, D Tatar
Advances in computers 70, 1-60, 2007
Learning and collaboration in online discourses
R Jucks, MR Paechter, DG Tatar
International Journal of Educational Policy Research and Practice 4 (1), 117-146, 2003
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