- Computer Supported Cooperative Work
- Group Interaction
Meredith Ringel Morris is a computer scientist conducting research in the areas of human-computer interaction (HCI), computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW), social computing, and accessibility. Her current research focus is on accessibility, particularly on the intersection of accessibility and social technologies. In the past, her main research focus was social and collaborative web search. She has also studied other classes of collaboration technologies, including gesture systems and tabletop computing systems.
Morris is a Principal Researcher and Research Manager for the Ability research group at Microsoft Research. She is also an affiliate Professor in the School of Computer Science & Engineering and in the Information School at the University of Washington, where she participates in the dub research consortium.
- Ph D, Computer Science, Stanford University, 2006
- MS, Computer Science, Stanford University, 2003
- Sc.B, Brown University, 2001
Publications and Contributions
Conference PaperCrowdlicit: A System for Conducting Distributed End-User Elicitation and Identification Studies (2019)Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’19), Page 1-12
Conference PaperCrowdsourcing similarity judgments for agreement analysis in end-user elicitation studies (2018)Proceedings of the 31st Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2018)
Conference PaperImproving dwell-based gaze typing with dynamic, cascading dwell times (2017)Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '17)
Conference PaperTouchplates: Low-cost tactile overlays for visually impaired touch screen users (2013)Proceedings of the ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility