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Stephann Makri
Stephann Makri
Centre for HCI Design, City, University of London
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Qualitative HCI research: Going behind the scenes
A Blandford, D Furniss, S Makri
Synthesis lectures on human-centered informatics 9 (1), 1-115, 2016
2852016
Coming across information serendipitously – Part 1: A process model
S Makri, A Blandford
Journal of Documentation 68 (5), 684-705, 2012
1972012
GenderMag: A method for evaluating software's gender inclusiveness
M Burnett, S Stumpf, J Macbeth, S Makri, L Beckwith, I Kwan, A Peters, ...
Interacting with Computers 28 (6), 760-787, 2016
1752016
Investigating the information-seeking behaviour of academic lawyers: From Ellis’s model to design
S Makri, A Blandford, AL Cox
Information Processing & Management 44 (2), 613-634, 2008
1482008
“Making my own luck”: Serendipity strategies and how to support them in digital information environments
S Makri, A Blandford, M Woods, S Sharples, D Maxwell
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 65 (11 …, 2014
1292014
A library or just another information resource? A case study of users' mental models of traditional and digital libraries
S Makri, A Blandford, J Gow, J Rimmer, C Warwick, G Buchanan
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58 (3 …, 2007
1182007
Information for inspiration: Understanding architects' information seeking and use behaviors to inform design
S Makri, C Warwick
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61 (9 …, 2010
1122010
Coming across information serendipitously–part 2: a classification framework
S Makri, A Blandford
Journal of documentation, 2012
902012
A user-centred mobile diary study approach to understanding serendipity in information research
X Sun, S Sharples, S Makri
Information Research 16 (3), paper 492, 2011
822011
Evaluating system utility and conceptual fit using CASSM
A Blandford, TRG Green, D Furniss, S Makri
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 66 (6), 393-409, 2008
702008
The PRET A Rapporter framework: Evaluating digital libraries from the perspective of information work
A Blandford, A Adams, S Attfield, G Buchanan, J Gow, S Makri, J Rimmer, ...
Information Processing & Management 44 (1), 4-21, 2008
692008
Coming across academic social media content serendipitously
L Dantonio, S Makri, A Blandford
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2012
592012
Information encountering re-encountered: A conceptual re-examination of serendipity in the context of information acquisition
S Erdelez, S Makri
Journal of documentation, 2020
442020
Accidental information discovery: Cultivating serendipity in the digital age
TM Race, S Makri
Elsevier, 2016
422016
Social and interactional practices for disseminating current awareness information in an organisational setting
S Attfield, A Blandford, S Makri
Information processing & management 46 (6), 632-645, 2010
392010
PhD thesis: A study of lawyers’ information behaviour leading to the development of two methods for evaluating electronic resources
S Makri
UCL (University College London), 2009
39*2009
This is what I’m doing and why: Methodological reflections on a naturalistic think-aloud study of interactive information behaviour
S Makri, A Blandford, AL Cox
Information Processing & Management 47 (3), 336-348, 2011
382011
Observing serendipity in digital information environments
S Makri, J Bhuiya, J Carthy, J Owusu‐Bonsu
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 52 (1 …, 2015
352015
After serendipity strikes: Creating value from encountered information
S Makri, M Ravem, D McKay
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 54 (1 …, 2017
292017
Using information behaviors to evaluate the functionality and usability of electronic resources: From Ellis's model to evaluation
S Makri, A Blandford, AL Cox
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 59 …, 2008
292008
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