My publications are classified according to topic. Many are available as PDF files.

External and extended cognition
Distributed cognition
Ubiquitous computing
Technology-enhanced learning
Icon design
Theory and methodology in HCI and cognitive science
CSCW, fieldwork studies and coordination
The Web, new media and publishing
Interaction Design

External and extended cognition

Clark, H., Kirsh, D., Goldin-Meadow, S. and Rogers, Y. (2011) Interactivity and Thought. In Proceedings of Cognitive Science Conference’11. 290-291. PDF version

Bird, J., Marshall, P. and Rogers, Y. (2009) Low-Fi Skin Vision: A Case Study in Rapid Prototyping a Sensory Substitution System. Proceedings of HCI’09. PDF version

Scaife, M. and Rogers, Y. (1996) External cognition: how do graphical representations work? International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 45, 185-213. PDF version

Rogers, Y., Brignull, H. and Scaife, M. (2002) Designing Dynamic Interactive Visualisations to Support Collaboration and Cognition. In First International Symposium on  Collaborative Information Visualization Environments, IV 2002, London,  July 10-12, 2002, IEEE, 39-50.PDF version

Scaife, M. and Rogers, Y. (2005) External cognition, innovative technologies, and effective learning. In P. Gardenfors and P. Johansson (Eds.) Cognition, Education and Communication Technology. LEA.181-202. PDF version

Distributed cognition

Rogers, Y. (2006) Distributed Cognition and Communication. In The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition. Edited by Keith Brown Elsevier: Oxford. 181-202. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1997) A brief introduction to Distributed Cognition PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Ellis, J. (1994) Distributed Cognition: an alternative framework for analysing and explaining collaborative working. Journal of Information Technology, 9 (2), 119-128. PDF version

Ubiquitous computing

Mathew, A., Rogers, Y. and Lloyd, P. (2011) Post-it Note Art: Evaluating Public Creativity at a User Generated Art Installation. To appear in ACM Proceedings of Creativity and Cognition 2011 , November 3-6, 2011, Atlanta, Georgia.

Marshall, P., Morris, R., Rogers, Y., Kreitmayer, S. and Davies, M. (2011) Re-thinking ‘multi-user’: an in-the-wild study of how groups approach a walk-up-and-use tabletop interface. Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM CHI 2011, ACM Press, to appear. PDF version

van der Linden, J., Johnson, R., Bird, J., Rogers, Y. and Schoonderwaldt, E. (2011) Buzzing to Play: Lessons learned from an in the wild study of real-time vibrotactile feedback.Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.ACM CHI 2011, ACM Press, to appear. PDF version

Mancini, C., Rogers, Y., Thomas, K., Joinson, N. A., Price, B. A., Bandaram A. K.,Jedrzejczyk, L., and Nuseibeh, B. (2011). In the Best Families: Tracking and Relationships. Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM CHI 2011, ACM Press, to appear. PDF version

Rogers, Y., Hazlewood, W., Marshall, P., Dalton, N. S. and Hertrich, S. (2010) Ambient Influence: Can Twinkly Lights Lure and Abstract Representations Trigger Behavioral Change? Ubicomp 2010 Proceedings. ACM, 261-270. PDF version

Hazlewood, W., Dalton, N. S., Rogers, Y., Marshall, P. and Hertrich, S. (2010) Bricolage and Consultation: A case study to inform the development of large-scale prototypes for HCI research. Proceedings of Designing Interactive Systems (DIS ’10), ACM, 380-388. PDF version

Mancini, C., Rogers, Y., Bandara, A. K., Coe, T., Jedrzejczyk, L., Joinson, A. N., Price., Thomas, K. and Nuseibeh, B. (2010) ContraVision: Exploring Users’ Reactions to Futuristic Technology, Proceedings of CHI 2010, ACM, 153-162. PDF version

Rogers, Y., Lim, Y. Hazlewood, W. and Marshall, P. (2009) Equal Opportunities: Do shareable interfaces promote more group participation than single users displays? Human-Computer Interaction. 24 (2), 79-116. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (2009) The Changing Face of Human-Computer Interaction in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing. Proceedings of USAB’09, 1-19.

Mancini, C., Thomas, K., Rogers, Y., Price, B. A., Jedrzejczyk, L., Bandara, A. K., Joinson, A. N., and Nuseibeh, B. (2009) From spaces to places: emerging contexts in mobile privacy. Proceedings of the 11th international Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp ’09). 1-10. PDF version

Kern, D., Marshall, P., Hornecker, E., Rogers, Y., and Schmidt, A. (2009) Enhancing Navigation Information with Tactile Output Embedded into the Steering Wheel. Proceedings of Pervasive 2009. 42-58. PDF version

Pantidi, N. Rogers, Y. and Robinson, H. (2009) Is the Writing on the Wall for Tabletops?Proceedings of Interact 2009, 125-137.

Marshall, P., Hornecker, E., Morris, R., Dalton, N. and Rogers, Y.(2008) When the fingers do the talking: A study of group participation for different kinds of shareable surfaces. InProc. of Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces. IEEE, 37-44.

Rick, J, and Rogers, Y. (2008) From DigiQuilt to DigiTile: Adapting Educational Technology to a Multi-Touch Table. In Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces. IEEE, 79-86.

Hornecker, E., Marshall, P., Dalton, N. and Rogers, Y. (2008) Collaboration and Interference: Awareness with Mice or Touch Input. In Proceedings of CSCW’08, ACM, 167-176.

Lim, Y and Rogers, Y (2008) A Framework and an Environment for Collaborative Analysis of User Experience. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 24 (6), 529-555.

Rogers, Y., Connelly, K., Tedesco, L., Hazlewood, W., Kurtz, A., Hall, B., Hursey, J. and Toscos, T. (2007) Why it’s worth the hassle: The value of in-situ studies when designing UbiComp. In J. Krumm et al. (Eds.) UbiComp 2007 Proceedings, LNCS 4717, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 336-353. PDF version

Hornecker, E., Marshall, P. and Rogers, Y. (2007) Entry and Access – How Shareability Comes About. In Proceedings of DPPI’07 (Designing Pleasurable Products and Interfaces).Helsinki. ACM Press, 328-342. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (2006) Moving on from Weiser’s vision of of calm computing: engaging UbiComp experiences. In: P. Dourish and A. Friday (Eds.) Ubicomp 2006 Proceedings, LNCS 4206, pp. 404-421, Springer-Verlag, PDF version

Church, T., Hazlewood, W. and Rogers, Y. (2006) Around the Table: Studies in Co-located Collaboration. In Adjunct Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing. Vol. 207, Austrian Computer Society (OCG). Download Video

Connelly, K.H., Faber, A., Rogers, Y., Siek, K. and Toscos, T. (2006) Mobile applications that empower people to monitor their personal health. Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik 123(4), 124-128.

Rogers, Y., Lim, Y. and Hazlewood, W. (2006) Extending Tabletops to Support Flexible Collaborative Interactions. In Proceedings of Tabletop 2006, IEEE, Adelaide, Australia, January 5-7th, 2006. 71-78. PDF version

Izadi, S., Rogers, Y., Brignull, H., Rodden, T., Fitzpatrick, G., Lindley, S. (2005) The iterative design and study of a large display for shared and sociable spaces. In Proc. Designing for User experience (DUX’05), ACM. CD-ROM.

Siek, K., Rogers, Y. and Connelly, K. (2005) Fat finger worries: How older and younger users physically interact with PDAs. Proc. of INTERACT’05, Rome, September 2005, 267-280. PDF version

Connelly, K.H. Siek, K., Rogers, Y., Jones, J., Kraus, M., Perkins, S., Trevino, L., and Welch, J. (2005) Designing a PDA Interface for Dialysis Patients to Monitor Diet in their Everyday Life. In the Proceedings of HCI International 2005.

Rogers, Y. Hazlewood, W., Blevis, E. and Lim, Y. (2004) Finger talk: collaborative decision-making using talk and fingertip interaction around a tabletop display. In Proc. CHI’2004,ACM. 1271-1274. PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Lindley, S. (2004) Collaborating around vertical and horizontal displays: which way is best? Interacting With Computers, 16, 1133-1152PDF version

Brignull, H., Izadi, S, , Fitzpatrick, G., Rogers, Y. and Rodden, T. (2004) The Introduction of a Shared Interactive Surface into a Communal Space. In Proc. of CSCW 2004, Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, November 6-10, 2004, Chicago, USA: ACM Press. 49-58. PDF version

Izadi, S, Brignull, H., Rodden, T., Rogers, Y. and Underwood, M. (2003) Dynamo: A public interactive surface supporting the cooperative sharing and exchange of media. In Proc. UIST ACM, 159-168. PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Rodden, T. (2003) Configuring spaces and surfaces to support collaborative interactions In O’ Hara, K., Perry, M., Churchill, E. and Russell, D. (eds.) Public and Situated Displays. Kluwer Publishers, 45-79. PDF version

Randell, C., Phelps, T. and Rogers, Y. (2003) Ambient Wood: Demonstration of a digitally enhanced field trip for school children. In Adjunct Proc. UbiComp 2003, 100-104. PDF version

Brignull, H. and Rogers, Y (2003) Enticing people to interact with large public displays in public spaces. In Proceedings of INTERACT’03, Zurich, 17-24. PDF version

Halloran, J., Rogers, Y., Rodden, T. and Taylor, I. (2003) Creating new user experiences to enhance collaboration. In Proceedings of INTERACT’03, Zurich, September 2003, 479-486.PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Brignull. H. (2003) Computational offloading: Supporting distributed team working through visually augmenting verbal communication. In Proc. of Cognitive Science Society Conference, July 2003, Boston. PDF version

Rodden, T., Rogers, Y., Halloran, J., and Taylor, I, (2003) Designing novel interactional workspaces to support face-to-face consultations. In CHI’03 Proc. ACM, 57-64. PDF version

Randell, C., MacColl, I., Muller, H. and Rogers. Y. (2002) Exploring the Potential of Ultrasonic Position Measurement as a Research Tool. In IEE Communication Networks and Services Professional Network, editors, First European Workshop on Location Based Services, pages 171-4, Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL, September 2002. Institution of Electrical Engineers. PDF version

Scaife, M., Halloran, J., and Rogers, Y.(2002) Let’s work together: supporting two-party collaborations with new forms of shared interactive representations. In Proc of COOP’2002.Nice, France, August 2002, IOS Press, The Netherlands,123-138. PDF version

Scaife, M., Rogers, Y., and Halloran, J. (2001) eSpace: integrating novel displays and devices for augmenting collaborative transactions. PDF version

Technology-enhanced learning

Rogers, Y., Connelly, K., Hazlewood, W. and Tedesco, L. (2010) Enhancing learning: a study of how mobile devices can facilitate sensemaking. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 111-124. PDF version

Fleck, R., Rogers, Y., Yuill, N., Marshall, P., Carr, A., Rick, J. and Bonnett, V. (2009) Actions speak loudly with words: unpacking collaboration around the tabletop Proceedings of Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS ’09), 189-196. PDF version

Rick, J., Harris, A., Marshall, P., Fleck, R., Yuill, N. and Rogers, Y. (2009) Children designing together on a multi-touch tabletop: An analysis of spatial orientation and user interactions. Proceedings of Interaction Design and Children (IDC ’09), 106-114. PDF version

Harris, A., Rick, J., Bonnett, V., Yuill, N., Fleck, R., Marshall, P. and Rogers, Y. (2009) Around the Table: Are multiple-touch surfaces better than single-touch for children’s collaborative interactions? Proceedings of CSCL 2009 ISLS, 335–344. PDF version

Rick, J., Rogers, Y., Haig, C. and Yuill, N. (2009) Learning by Doing with Shareable Interfaces. Children, Youth & Environments, 321-342.

Marshall, P., Fleck, R., Harris, A. Rick, J., Hornecker, E., Rogers, Y., Yuill, N. and Dalton, N. S. (2009) Fighting for Control: Children’s Embodied Interactions When Using Physical and Digital Representations. Proceedings of CHI’09, 2149-2152. PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Price, S. (2009) How mobile technologies are changing the way children learn. In A. Druin, (Ed.) On the Move: Children, Learning and Technology. Elsevier. 3-22. PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Price, S. (2008) The role of mobile devices in facilitating collaborative inquiry in situ. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning. 3 (3), 209-229. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (2008) Using External Visualizations to Extend and Integrate Learning in Mobile and Classroom Settings. In J. Gilbert (ed.), Visualization: and practice in science education. CUP. 89-102.

Rogers, Y. and Muller, H. (2006) A framework for designing sensor-based interactions to promote exploration and reflection. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 64 (1), 1-15. PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Price, S. (2005) Using Ubiquitous Computing to Extend and Enhance Learning Experiences. In M. van t’Hooft and K. Swan (Eds.) Ubiquitous Computing in Education: Invisible Technology, Visible Impact. LEA. 329-348.

Rogers, Y., and Price, S., (2005) Extending and augmenting scientific enquiry through pervasive learning environments. Children, Youth and Environments, 14(2), 67-83. Download here

Rogers, Y., Price, S., Randell, C., Stanton-Fraser, D., Weal, M., and Fitzpatrick. G., (2005) Ubi-learning: Integrating outdoor and indoor learning experiences. CACM, 48(1), 55-59.

Rogers, Y., Price, S., Fitzpatrick, G., Fleck, R., Harris, E., Smith, H., Randell, C., Muller, H., O’Malley, C., Stanton, D., Thompson, M. and Weal, M. (2004) Ambient Wood: Designing new forms of digital augmentation for learning outdoors. In Proc. Interaction Design and Children, ACM, New York. 3-10. PDF version.

Price, S and Rogers, Y. (2004) Let’s get physical: the learning benefits of interacting in digitally augmented physical spaces. Journal of Computers and Education. 15(2), 169-185. PDF version

Randell, C., Price, S., Rogers, Y., Harris, E. and Fitzpatrick, G. (2004) The Ambient Horn: designing a novel audio-based learning experience. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 8, 144-161. PDF version

Harris, E., Fitzpatrick, G., Rogers, Y., Phelps, T., and Price, S. (2004) From Snark to Park: Lessons learnt moving pervasive experiences from indoors to outdoors. In Proceedings of 5th Australasian User Interface Conference New Zealand , Australian Computer Society, Inc. 39-48. PDF version

Price, S., Rogers, Y., Scaife, M., Stanton, D., and Neale. H. (2003) Using ‘Tangibles’ to promote novel forms of playful learning. Interacting with Computers, 15(2), 169-185. PDF version

Wilde, D., Harris, E. Rogers, Y. & Randell, C. (2003) The Periscope: Supporting a Computer Enhanced Field Trips for Children. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Journal, 7(3-4), 227-233. PDF version

Price, S., Rogers, Y., Stanton, D. and Smith, H. (2003) A new conceptual framework for CSCL: Supporting diverse forms of reflection through multiple interactions. In Proc. International Conference on CSCL’03, June 14-18th, Bergen, Norway, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 513-522. PDF version

Marshall, P., Price, S., & Rogers, Y. (2003) Conceptualising tangibles to support learning. In Proc. of Interaction Design and Children, ACM Press, 101-110. PDF version

Price, S., Rogers, Y., Scaife, M., Stanton, D., and Neale, H. (2002) Using Tangibles to Support New Ways of Playing and Learning. In Proc of Interaction Design for Children Workshop 2002. Eindhoven, The Netherlands, August 28-29th, 2002. PDF version

Rogers, Y., Scaife, M., Harris, E., Phelps, T., Price, S., Smith, H., Muller, H., Randall, C., Moss, A., Taylor, I., Stanton, D., O’Malley, C., Corke, G. & Gabrielli, S. (2002) Things aren’t what they seem to be: innovation through technology inspiration. DIS2002 Designing Interactive Systems Conference, ACM., June 2002, London. 373-379. PDF version

Rogers, Y., Scaife, M. Gabrielli, S., Harris, E., and Smith, H. (2002) A Conceptual Framework for Mixed Reality Environments: Designing Novel Learning Activities for Young Children. Presence, Dec 2002. PDF version

Gabrielli, S., Harris, E., Rogers, Y., Scaife, M. and Smith, H. (2001) How many ways can you mix colour? Young children’s explorations of mixed reality environments. In CIRCUS 2001Conference for Content Integrated Research in Creative User Systems. Obtain from here.

Multimedia, virtual environments and learning

Rogers, Y. (2008) A comparison of how animation has been used to support formal, informal and playful learning. Learning with Animation, edited by R. Lowe and W. Schnotz, CUP, Cambridge. 286-303.

Rogers, Y. and Price, S. (2004) New forms of technology-mediated learning. In M. Tokoro and L. Steel (Eds). A Learning Zone of One’s Own , IOS Press.171-192.

Marshall, P., Rogers, Y., & Scaife, M. (2004) PUPPET: playing and learning in a virtual world. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-long Learning.14(6), 519-531.

Rogers, Y. Scaife, M. Aldrich, F. Price, S. (2003) Improving children’s understanding of formalisms through interacting with multimedia, CSRP Technical Report, Obtainable from COGS, University of Sussex, No 559. PDF version

Masterman, L. and Rogers, Y. (2002) A framework for designing interactive multimedia to scaffold young children’s understanding of historical time. Instructional Science30, 221-241. PDF version

Otero, N., Rogers, Y. and du Boulay, B. (2001) Is interactivity a good thing?  Assessing its benefits for learning. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on HCI, New Orleans., August 2001. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum. 790-794.

Scaife, M. and Rogers, Y. (2001) Informing the design of a virtual environment to support learning in children. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 55, 115-143. 
PDF version.

Gabrielli, S., Rogers, Y. and Scaife, M. (2000) Young Children’s Spatial Representations Developed through Exploration of a Desktop Virtual Reality Scene, Education and Information Technologies, 5(4), 251-262.

Gabrielli, S., Rogers, Y., Scaife, M. (1999) Visual Perspective-taking and young children’s development of functional spatial representation in virtual environments. Proceedings of the European Conference on Cognitive Science, 411-416.

Rogers, Y. (1999) What is Different about Interactive Graphical Representations? Learning and Instruction, 9, 419-425. PDF version

Aldrich, F. Rogers, Y. and Scaife, M. (1998) Getting to grips with ‘interactivity’: helping teachers evaluate the educational value of CD-ROMs. British Journal of Educational Technology. 29, 321-333. PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Scaife, M. (1998) How can interactive multimedia facilitate learning? In Lee, J. (ed.) Intelligence and Multimodality in Multimedia Interfaces: Research and Applications. AAAI. Press: Menlo Park, CA. PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Aldrich, F. (1996) In search of clickable Dons: Learning about HCI Through Interacting with Norman’s CD-ROM. SIGCHI Bulletin, 28(3), 44-47. Find it here.

Informant design and educational software

Scaife, M. and Rogers, Y. (1998) Kids as informants: telling us what we didn’t know or confirming what we knew already? In A. Druin (ed.) The Design of Children’s Technology: How We Design, What We Design, and Why. Morgan Kaufman. PDF version

Scaife, M., Rogers, Y., Aldrich, F. and Davies, M. (1997) Designing for or Designing With? Informant Design for Interactive Learning Environments. CHI’97: Proceedings of Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM: New York, 343-350.

Icon design

The articles published are based on research I did for my PhD thesis.

Rogers, Y. (1989) Icon Design for the User Interface. In D.J. Oborne (ed.) International Reviews of Ergonomics: 3. London, Taylor and Francis, 129-155. PDF version PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1989) Icons at the interface: their usefulness. Interacting with Computers, 1,105-118. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1987) Pictorial communication of abstract verbs in relation to human-computerinteraction. British Journal of Psychology, 78, 99-112. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1986) The potential of the visual image at the interface. Current Psychological Research and Reviews, 5, 105-119.

Rogers, Y. (1986) Pictorial representations of abstract concepts relating to human-computer interaction. ACM SIGCHI, 18, 43-45.

Rogers, Y. (1986) Evaluating the meaningfulness of icon sets to represent command operations. In M. D. Harrison and A. F. Monk (eds), People and Computers: Designing for Usability II. HCI’86 Conference, Exeter. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 86-603.PDF version

Rogers, Y. and Oborne, D.J. (1985) Some psychological attributes of some characteristics of computer command verbs. Behaviour and Information Technology, 4, 349-365. PDF version PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1985) Characteristics of computer command verbs. In D.J. Oborne (ed.)Contemporary Ergonomics. Proceedings of Ergonomics Society Conference, Nottingham,UK. London, Taylor & Francis, 24-32.

Theory and methodology in HCI and cognitive science

This section includes books on HCI and interaction design, and articles covering methodology and theory in HCI. Also citations and H-indexes in HCI.

Rogers, Y. (2011) Interaction design gone wild: striving for wild theory. interactions,18(4): 58-62. PDF version

Sellen, A., Rogers, Y., Harper, R. and Rodden, T. (2009) Reflecting human values in the digital age. Communications of the ACM, 52 (3), 58-66.

Harper, R., Rodden, T., Rogers, Y. and Sellen, A. (2008) Being Human: HCI in the Year 2020.

Meho, L. and Rogers, Y. (2008) Citation Counting, Citation Ranking, and h-Index of Human-Computer Interaction Researchers: A Comparison between Scopus and Web of Science.Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 59 (11), 1711-1726. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (2004) New Theoretical approaches for Human-Computer Interaction. Annual Review of Information, Science and Technology, 38, 87-143. PDF version

Rogers, Y. Scaife, M. and Rizzo, A. (2005) Interdisciplinarity: an Emergent or Engineered Process? In S. Derry, C.D. Schunn and M.A. Gernsbacher (Eds.) Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Emerging Cognitive Science. LEA, 265-286. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1999) Instilling Interdisciplinarity: HCI from the perspective of cognitive science, SIGCHI Bulletin, 31(3) 4-8.PDF version

Ross, S., Ramage, M. and Rogers, Y. (1995) PETRA: Participatory evaluation through redesign and analysis. Interacting With Computers, 7 (4), 335-360.

Rogers, Y., Bannon, L. and Button, G. (1994) Rethinking theoretical frameworks for HCI: A Review. SIGCHI Bulletin,26 (1), 28-30.

Preece, J., Rogers, Y., Benyon, D., Sharp, H., Carey, T. and Holland, S.(1994) Human Computer-Interaction. Addison-Wesley, Wokingham, Berks.

Preece, J. Rogers, Y. Benyon, D. and Davies. G. (1993) A Guide to Usability. 2nd Edition.Addison-Wesley, Wokingham, Berks.

Rogers, Y., Rutherford, A., and Bibby, P. (1992) Models in the Mind: Theory, Perspective and Application. Academic Press, London.

Preece, J. Rogers, Y. Benyon, D. and Davies. G.(1992) A Guide to Usability. Open University Press, Milton Keynes.

Rogers, Y., Leiser, B. and Carr, D (1988) Evaluating metaphors at the user-system interface. In Proceedings of EURINFO’88. First European Conference on Information Technology for Organisational Systems, Athens. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science B.V. 158-164.

Rogers, Y. (1988) Dialogue Design Guidelines: Volume Two, (No. D.189 1.11). Alcatel ESC, Harlow

CSCW, fieldwork studies and coordination

Rogers, Y. (2008) 57 varieties of Activity Theory. Interacting With Computers. 20(2), 247-250.

Smith, H., Fitzpatrick, G. and Rogers, Y. (2004) Eliciting reactive and reflective feedback for a social communication tool: a multi session approach. In Proc. Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) International Conference, 1-4 August 2004, Cambridge, MA. 39-48, ACM, New York. PDF version

Halloran, J., Fitzpatrick, G., Rogers, Y. and Marshall, P. (2004) Does it matter if you don’t know who’s talking Multiplayer gaming with voiceover IP. In Proc. CHI’2004, ACM. 1215-1218.PDF version

Smith, H., Rogers, Y. & Brady, M. (2003) Managing one’s social network: Does age make a difference? In Proceedings of INTERACT 2003, Zurich, 551-558. PDF version

Smith, H., Rogers, Y. & Underwood, M. (2003) Managing personal and work email in the same box: Overcoming the tensions through new metaphors. In Proceedings of HOIT 2003Irvine, California. PDF version

Halloran, J., Rogers, Y. and Fitzpatrick, G. (2003) From text to talk: multiplayer games and voiceover IP. In Proceedings of Level Up: 1st International Digital Games Research Conference, 130-142. PDF version

Halloran, J., Rogers, Y. and Scaife, M. (2002) Taking the No out of Lotus Notes: Activity Theory, groupware and student groupwork.  Proceedings of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 2002, Denver, January 2002. 169-178. PDF version

Ross, S., Rogers, Y. and Scaife, M. (2000) An ethnographic study of the BBC: current work practices in archive programme production and current approaches to web broadcasting.

Rogers, Y. and Bellotti, V. (1997) Grounding blue-sky research: How can ethnography help? interactions, 4 (3), 58-63.PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1997) Reconfiguring the social scientist: shifting from prescription to proactive research. In Bowker, G., L., Star, L. and Turner, B. (eds) Bridging the Great Divide: Social Science, Technical Systems and Cooperative Work. LEA, 57-78. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1997) Systeme cooperatif et inegalites. L’integration d’une systeme de CSCW dans une agence de voyages. Reseaux, 85, 53-72.

Crow, D. Parsowith, S. and G. Bowden (1997) Interviewed for article on ‘The Evolution of CSCW – Past, Present and Future Developments’, SIGCHI Bulletin, Vol.29 No.2.

Plowman, L., Harper, R. and Rogers, Y. (1996) “The Professional Stranger: A collection of papers on the role of the fieldworker in workplace studies for CSCW”. Cognitive Science Research Paper 428 (ISSN 1350-3160). COGS, University of Sussex, UK.

Rogers, Y. (1995) Coordinating and managing network technology. In Thomas, P. (ed.)Personal Information Systems: Business Applications. Stanley Thornes Ltd, Cheltenham. pp. 191-202.

Plowman, L., Rogers, Y. and Ramage, M. (1995) What are workplace studies for? In theProceedings of the 4th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW’95), H. Marmolin, Y. Sunblad and K. Schmidt (eds.) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 309-324. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1994) Exploring obstacles: Integrating CSCW in evolving organisations. InCSCW’94 Proceedings, ACM, NY.67-78. PDF version

Rogers, Y. (1993) Coordinating computer-mediated work, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, 1, 295-315.

Rogers, Y. (1992) Ghosts in the network: distributed troubleshooting in a shared working environment. In CSCW’92 Proceedings, ACM, New York, 346-355.

The Web, new media and publishing

Navarro-Prieto, N. Scaife, M. and Rogers, Y. (1999) Cognitive strategies in web searching.5th Conference on Human Factors and the Web, Maryland, USA.

Light, A. and Rogers, Y. (1999) Conversation as Publishing: the role of news forums on the Web. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 4, 4. (also in HICSS-32 CD-ROM Proceedings, IEEE Computer Society, CA.) . Can be found here.

Bellotti, V. and Rogers, Y. (1997) From Web Press to Web Pressure: Multimedia Representations and Multimedia Publishing. CHI’97: Proceedings of Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM: New York, 279-286.

Interaction Design

Rogers, Y., Sharp, H., and Preece, J. (2007) Interaction Design: Beyond Human Computer Interaction. 2nd Edition.Wiley. Accompanying website

Rogers, Y., Sharp, H., and Preece, J. (2002) Interaction Design: Beyond Human Computer Interaction. Wiley. Accompanying website


Rogers, Y. (1993) Are more minds better than one? Distributed problem solving in context.Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 1, 3.

Rogers, Y. (1993) Common-sense reasoning and everyday activities. Pragmatics and Cognition, 1(2), 305-338.

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