Oded Nov

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Oded Nov is a Professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. 

Research Interests:
Human computer interaction
The future of work
Digital health
Interactive technology and decision-making
Computer supported cooperative work
Citizen science

Ph.D. Cambridge University

M.Sc. London School of Economics

B.A. Tel Aviv University


  • National Science Foundation CAREER Award
  • National Academies Keck Futures Award
  • MacArthur Foundation Grant
  • Google Focused Research Award
  • Marie Curie Fellowship

Full list:

National Science Foundation: Co-Development of Telehealth, Remote Patient Monitoring, and AI-based Tools for Inclusive Technology-Facilitated Healthcare Work of the Future. Role: PI, $2,500,000, 2021-2025.

National Science Foundation: Understanding and Engineering the Ecosystem of Firearms: Prevalence, Safety, and Firearm-Related Harms. Role: Co-PI (PI: M. Porfiri, NYU), $2,000,000, 2020-2024.

National Science Foundation: Learning Data Science Through Civic Engagement With Open Data. Role: PI (with Co-PIs G. Dove and C. Matuk, NYU), $300,000, 2020-2022.

National Science Foundation: Future Expert Work in the Age of "Black Box", Data-Intensive, and Algorithmically Augmented Healthcare. Role: PI (with Co-PIs Y. Aphinyanaphongs, Y. Lui, D. Mann, M. Porfiri, JR. Rizzo, B. Wiesenfeld, NYU, and M. Riedl, Georgia Tech), ($2,032,000), 2019-2023.

National Science Foundation: Ubiqomics: HCI for Augmenting our World with Pervasive Personal and Environmental Omic Data. Role: PI (with O. Shaer, Wellesley College), NYU portion: $258,000, 2018-2022.

National Science Foundation: SONYC: A Cyber-Physical System for Monitoring, Analysis and Mitigation of Urban Noise Pollution. Role: Co-PI (PI: J. Bello, NYU), $5,105,000, 2016-2022.

National Science Foundation: Transforming Robot-mediated Telerehabilitation: Citizen Science for Rehabilitation. Role: Co-PI (PI: M. Porfiri, NYU), $311,000, 2016-2021.

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Foundation: Transforming Disclosure Through Interaction. Role: PI (with Co-PI J. Burke, USC), $101,000, 2016-2018.

National Science Foundation: Promoting Robotic Design and Entrepreneurship Experiences among Students and Teachers. Role: Co-PI (PI: V. Kapila, NYU), $1,040,000, 2016-2021.

National Science Foundation: Reliable Data from Heterogeneous Groups of Citizen Scientists. Role: Co-PI (PI: M. Porfiri, NYU), $100,000, 2016-2018.

The National Academies Keck Futures Award: Toward an Integrative Science of Collective Behavior. Role: PI (with Co-PIs G. Bloch, Hebrew University, and M. Porfiri, NYU) $100,000, 2015-2018.

The MacArthur Foundation: Data Visualization for Human Rights Advocacy. Role: Co-PI (PI: M. Satterthwaite, NYU), $250,000, 2015-2017.

National Science Foundation: Dynamics of Collaboration Between Humans and Engineered Systems. Role: Co-PI (with M. Porfiri, NYU), $300,000, 2015-2018.

National Science Foundation: Human-Computer Interaction for Personal Genomics: Understanding, Informing, and Empowering Users. Role: PI (with O. Shaer, Wellesley College), NYU portion: $171,000, 2014-2018.

National Science Foundation: Exploring Spear-Phishing: A Socio-Technical Experimental Framework. Role: PI (with Co-PI N. Memon, NYU), $220,000, 2014-2017.

National Science Foundation: Agency, Structure and Organization: Paths to Participation in Large-Scale Socio-Technical Systems. Role: PI (with C. Cheshire, U.C. Berkeley), NYU portion: $153,000, 2014-2018.

The National Academies Keck Futures Award: Uncovering the DNA of Social Knowledge. Role: PI (with O. Arazy, U. of Haifa, and N. Mandayam, Rutgers) ($50,000), 2013-2015.

Google Focused Research Award: Examining the Impact of Social Traces on Page Visitors Opinions and Engagement. Role: Co-PI (with M. Naaman, Cornell), $170,000, 2013-2015.

National Science Foundation: CAREER: Individual Attributes and Social Participation: Designing for Citizen Science. Role: PI, $532,000, 2012-2018.

National Science Foundation: Citizen Science Uncovers Brooklyn Atlantis: An Inter-Disciplinary Exploration of the Dynamics of Networks of Humans and Machines in Peer Production Settings. Role: PI (with M. Porfiri, NYU), $560,000, 2011-2016.

The National Academies Keck Futures Initiative: Invited Participant, 2012, 2014, 2017.

Marie Curie Fellowship, 2004.


Balestra, M., Chen, J., Iturrate, E., Aphinyanaphongs, Y., and Nov, O. (2021). Predicting Inpatient Pharmacy Order Interventions Using Provider Action Data. JAMIA Open 2021.

Yuan, J., Nov, O., and Bertini, E. (2021). An Exploration and Validation of Visual Factors in Understanding Classification Rule Sets. Proceedings of IEEE InfoVis 2021. (pdf)

Nov, O., Aphinyanaphongs, A., Lui Y., Mann D., Porfiri, M., Riedl, M., Rizzo, JR, and Wiesenfeld, B. (2021). The Transformation of Patient-Clinician Relationships with AI-Based Medical Advice: A “Bring Your Own Algorithm” Era in Healthcare. Communications of the ACM 64(3) 46-48.

Seals, A., Olaosebikan, M., Otiono, J., Shaer, O., and Nov, O. (2021). Effects of Self-Focused Augmented Reality on Health Perceptions During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Between-Subject Web-Based Experiment. Journal of Medical Internet Research 23 (6).

Chunara, R., Zhao, Y., Chen, J., Lawrence, K., Testa, P., Nov, O., and Mann, D. (2021). Telemedicine and Healthcare Disparities: A Cohort Study in a Large Healthcare System in New York City During COVID-19. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 28(1) 33-41.

Barak-Ventura, R., Ruiz Marin, M., Nov, O., Raghavan, P., and Porfiri, M. (2021). A Low-Cost Telerehabilitation Paradigm for Bimanual Training. IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics.

Nov, O., Dove, G., Balestra, M., Lawrence, K., Mann, D. and Wiesenfeld, B. (2021). Preferences and patterns of response to public health advice during the COVID-19 pandemic. Scientific Reports 11, 21700.

Poretski, L., Arazy, O., Lanir, J., and Nov, O. (2021). Who Owns What? Psychological Ownership in Shared Augmented Reality. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.

Yuan, J., Nov, O. and Bertini, E. (2021). Visualizing Rule Sets: Exploration and Validation of a Design Space. arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.01022.

Holland, J. G., Nakayama, S., Porfiri, M., Nov, O., and Bloch, G. (2021). Body size and behavioural plasticity interact to influence the performance of free-foraging bumble bee colonies. Insects 12, 236.

Dove, G., Balestra, M., Mann, D., and Nov, O. (2020). Good for the Many or Best for the Few? A Dilemma in the Design of Algorithmic Advice. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction. 4,2 (CSCW). (pdf)

Mann, D., Chen, J., Chunara, R., Testa, P., and Nov, O. (2020). COVID-19 Transforms Healthcare Through Telemedicine: Evidence From the Field. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 27(7) 1132–1135.

Caplin, A., Csaba, D., Leahy, J., and Nov, O. (2020). Rational Inattention, Competitive Supply, and Psychometrics. Quarterly Journal of Economics 135(3) 1681–1724. (pdf)

Nakayama, S., Richmond, S., Nov, O. and Porfiri, M. (2020). The gold miner’s dilemma: Use of information scent in cooperative and competitive information foraging. Computers in Human Behavior 109, 106352

Barak Ventura, R., Rizzo, A., Nov, O., and Porfiri, M. (2020). A 3D printing approach toward targeted intervention in telerehabilitation. Scientific Reports.10(1) 1-13.

Cartwright, M., Dove, G., Mendez, A.E., Bello, J.P., and Nov, O. (2019). Crowdsourcing Multi-label Audio Annotation Tasks with Citizen Scientists. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2019). (pdf)

Poretski, L., Arazy, O., Lanir, J., Shalev, S., and Nov, O. (2019). Virtual Objects in the Physical World: Relatedness and Psychological Ownership in Augmented Reality. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2019).

Otiono, J., Olaosebikan, M., Shaer, O., Nov, O., and Ball, M. (2019). Understanding Users Information Needs and Collaborative Sensemaking of Microbiome Data. Proceedings of the ACM on Human Computer Interaction (CSCW).

Nakayama, S., Tolbert, T., Nov, O., and Porfiri, M. (2019). Social Information as a Means to Enhance Engagement in Citizen Science-Based Telerehabilitation. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 70(6), 587-595. (pdf)

Bello, J.P., Silva, C., Nov, O., DuBois, R.L., Arora, A., Salamon, J., Mydlarz, C., and Doraiswamy, H. (2019). SONYC: A System for the Monitoring, Analysis and Mitigation of Urban Noise Pollution. Communications of the ACM. 62(2) 68-77.(pdf)

Ventura, R. B., Nakayama, S., Raghavan, P., Nov, O., and Porfiri, M. (2019). The Role of Social Interactions in Motor Performance: Feasibility Study Toward Enhanced Motivation in Telerehabilitation. Journal of medical Internet research 21(5), e12708

Machado, T., Gopstein, D., Nov, O., Wang, A., Nealen, A., & Togelius, J. (2019). Evaluation of a Recommender System for Assisting Novice Game Designers. arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.04629.

Nakayama, S., Torre, M., Nov, O., & Porfiri, M. (2019). Matching individual attributes with task types in collaborative citizen science. PeerJ Computer Science.

Tzovaras, B.G., Angrist, M., Arvai, K., Dulaney, M., Estrada-Galiñanes, V., Gunderson, B., Head, T., Lewis, D., Nov, O., Shaer, O. and Tzovara, A., (2019). Open Humans: A platform for participant-centered research and personal data exploration. BioRxiv, p.469189.

Gunaratne, J., Zalmanson, L., and Nov, O. (2018). The Persuasive Power of Algorithmic and Crowdsourced Advice. Journal of Management Information Systems 35 (4) 1092-1120.

Nov, O. and Su, H. (2018). Eliciting Users’ Demand for Interface Features. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2018). Best Paper Honorable Mention. (pdf)

Cartwright, M., Seals, A., Salamon, J., Williams, A., Mikloska, S., MacConnell, D., Law, E., Bello, J. and Nov, O. (2017). Seeing Sound: Investigating the Effects of Visualizations and Complexity on Crowdsourced Audio Annotations. Proceedings of the ACM on Human Computer Interaction 1 (2) 29. (CSCW). (pdf)

Balestra, M., Zalmanson, L., Cheshire, C., Arazy, O. and Nov, O. (2017). It Was Fun, But Did it Last? The Dynamic Interplay Between Fun Motives and Peer-Production Contributors’ Activity. Proceedings of the ACM on Human Computer Interaction 1 (2), 21 (CSCW). (pdf)

Gunaratne, J. and Nov, O. (2017). Using Interactive “Nutrition Labels” for Financial Products to Assist Decision Making Under Uncertainty. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Forthcoming. (pdf)

Balestra, M., Cheshire, C., Arazy, and Nov, O.,(2017). Investigating the Motivational Paths of Peer Production Newcomers. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2017). (pdf)

Boy, J., Pandey, A., Emerson, J., Satterthwaite, M., Nov, O. and Bertini, E. (2017). Connecting Data with People: Does Anthropomorphizing Visualizations Elicit More Empathy for Human Rights Data? Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2017).

Arazy, O. Lifshitz, H., Nov, O., Daxenberg, J., Balestra, M. and Cheshire, C. (2017). On the “How” and “Why” of Emergent Role Behaviors in Wikipedia. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2017). (pdf)

Gunaratne, J., Burke, J. and Nov, O. (2017). Empowering Investors with Social Annotation When Saving for Retirement. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2017). (pdf)

Shaer, O., Nov, O., Okerlund, J., Balestra, M., Stowell, E., Westendorf, L., Pollalis, C., Davis, J., Westendorf, L. and Ball, M. (2016). GenomiX: A Novel Interaction Tool for Self-Exploration of Personal Genomic Data. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2016). (pdf)

Balestra, M., Arazy, O., Cheshire, C., and Nov, O. (2016). Motivational Determinants of New Editors’ Behavior in Wikipedia. Proceedings of the AAAI International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2016). (pdf)

Arazy, O. Daxenberg, J., Lifshitz, H. Nov, O., and Gurevych, I. (2016). Turbulent Stability of Emergent Roles: The Dualistic Nature of Self-Organizing Knowledge Co-Production. Information Systems Research. Forthcoming. (pdf)

Balestra, M., Shaer, O., Okerlund, J., Westendorf, L., Ball, M. and Nov, O. (2016). Social Annotation Valence: The Impact on Online Informed Consent Beliefs and Behavior. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR). Forthcoming.

Laut, J., Cappa, F., Nov, O., and Porfiri, M. (2016). Increasing Citizen Science Contribution Using a Virtual Peer. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Forthcoming. (pdf)

Balestra, M., Shaer, O., Okerlund, J., Ball, M. and Nov, O. (2016). The Effect of Exposure to Social Annotation on Online Informed Consent Beliefs and Behavior. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2016). (pdf)

Cappa, F., Laut, J., Nov, O., Giustiniano, L., and Porfiri, M. (2016). Activating social strategies: Face-to-face interaction in technology-mediated citizen science. Journal of Environmental Management. Forthcoming.

Satterthwaite, M., Rall, K., Pandey, A., Emerson, J., Boy, J., Nov, O., and Bertini, E. (2016). Data Visualization for Human Rights Advocacy. Journal of Human Rights Practice 8 (2) 171-197.

Arazy, O. Gellatly, I. Brainin, E. and Nov, O. (2016). Motivation to Share Knowledge using Wiki Technology and the Moderating Effect of Role Perceptions. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67 (10) 2362–2378. (pdf)

Nov, O., Laut, J., and Porfiri, M. (2016). Using Targeted Design Interventions to Encourage Extra-Role Crowdsourcing Behavior. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67 (2) 483–489.

Gunaratne, J. and Nov, O. (2015). Informing and Improving Retirement Saving Performance Using Behavioral Economic Theory-Driven User Interfaces. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2015). (pdf)

Pandey, A., Rall, K., Satterthwaite, M., Nov, O. and Bertini, E. (2015). How Deceptive are Deceptive Visualizations?: An Empirical Analysis of Common Distortion Techniques. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2015). (pdf)

Arazy, A., Ortega, F., Nov, O., Yeo, L., and Balila, A. (2015). Functional Roles within Wikipedia: Organizational Structure and Career Paths. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2015). (pdf)

Gunaratne, J. and Nov, O. (2015). Influencing Retirement Saving Behavior With Expert Advice and Social Comparison as Persuasive Techniques. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Persuasive Technology (PERSUASIVE 2015). (pdf)

Nov, O. and Arazy, A. (2015). Asymmetric Recommendations: The Interacting Effects of Social Ratings’ Direction and Strength on Users’ Ratings. Proceedings of the ACM Recommender Systems Conference (RecSys 2015). (pdf)

Shaer, O., Nov, O., Okerlund, J., Balestra, M., Stowell, E., Ascher, L., Bi, J., Schlenker, C., and Ball, M. (2015). Informing the Design of Direct-to-Consumer Interactive Personal Genomics Reports. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) 17(6):e146.

Laut, J., Cappa, F., Nov, O., and Porfiri, M. (2015). Increasing Patient Engagement in Rehabilitation Exercises Using Computer-Based Citizen Science. PLoS One 10 (3) e0117013.

Arazy, O., Nov, O., and Kumar, N. (2015). Personalityzation: UI Personalization, Theoretical Grounding in HCI and Design Research. AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction. 7 (2) 43-69 (pdf)

Pandey, A., Manivannan, A., Nov, O., Satterthwaite, M., and Bertini, E. (2014). The Persuasive Power of Data Visualization. Proceedings of IEEE InfoVis 2014. (pdf)

Nov, O., Arazy, O., and Anderson, D. (2014). Scientists@home: What Drives the Quantity and Quality of Volunteers’ Technology-Mediated Citizen Science Participation? PLoS One 9 (4) e90375 (HTML)

Shaer, O. and Nov, O. (2014). HCI for Personal Genomics: Understanding, Informing and Empowering Non-Experts. ACM Interactions 21 (5) 33-37. (pdf)

Laut, J., Henry, E., Nov, O., and Porfiri, M. (2014). Development of a Mechatronics-Based Citizen Science Platform for Aquatic Environmental Monitoring. IEEE Transactions on Mechatronics 19 (5) 1541-1551.

Shaer, O., Nov, O., West, A., and Eastman, D. (2014). Understanding Information Practices of Interactive Personal Genomics Users. Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014). (pdf)

Laut, J., Nelson Wright, S., Nov, O., and Porfiri, M. (2014). Gowanus Voyage: Where Mechatronics, Public Art, Community Members, and Environmental Science Meet. IEEE Control Systems 34 (1) 60-64.

Nov, O., Arazy, O., Lopez, C. and Brusilovsky, P. (2013). Exploring Personality-Targeted UI Design in Online Social Participation Systems. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2013). (pdf)

Nov, O. and Arazy, O. (2013). Personality-Targeted Design: Theory, Experimental Procedure, and Preliminary Results. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2013). (pdf)

Cappa, P., Clerico, A., Nov, O.and Porfiri, M. (2013). Can Force Feedback and Science Learning Enhance the Effectiveness of Neurorehabilitation? An Experimental Study on Using a Low-Cost 3D Joystick and a Virtual Visit to a Zoo. PLoS One 8 (12) e77589.

Anand S., Arazy O., Mandayam N., and Nov O. (2013). A Game Theoretic Analysis of Collaboration in Wikipedia. Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security (GameSec 2013). (pdf)

Dwyer, P. C., Bono, J. E., Snyder, M., Nov, O., & Berson, Y. (2013). Sources of Volunteer Motivation: Transformational Leadership and Personal Motives Influence Volunteer Outcomes. Nonprofit Management and Leadership 24 (2) 181-205.

Nov, O., Arazy, O., Lotts, K. and Naberhaus, T. (2013). Motivation-Targeted Personalized UI Design: A Novel Approach to Enhancing Citizen Science Participation. Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW 2013).

Arazy, O., Yeo, L and Nov, O. (2013). Stay on the Wikipedia Task: When Task-Related Disagreements Slip into Personal and Procedural Conflicts. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) 64 (8) 1634-1648. (pdf)

Mitra, R., Johri, A., and Nov, O. (2013). The Effects of External Events on Newcomer Participation in Open Source Online Communities. First Monday. 18(6).

Ye, C. and Nov, O. (2013). Exploring User Contributed Information in Social Computing Systems: Quantity versus Quality. Online Information Review 37 (5) 752-770.

Antin, J., Cheshire,C., and Nov, O. (2012). Technology-Mediated Contributions: Editing Behaviors Among New Wikipedians. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2012). (pdf)

Nov, O. Ye, C. and Kumar, N. (2012). A Social Capital Perspective on Meta-Knowledge Contribution. Decision Support Systems 53 (1) 118-126.

Nov, O. and Schecter, W. (2012). Dispositional Resistance to Change and Hospital Physicians’ Use of Electronic Medical Records. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63 (4) 648-656.

Nov, O., Arazy, O., and Anderson, D. (2011). Dusting for Science: Motivations and Participation of Digital Citizen Science Volunteers. iConference 2011. Best Paper Award. (pdf)

Arazy, A., Nov, O., Patterson, R. and Yeo, L. (2011). Information Quality in Wikipedia: The Effects of Group Composition and Task Conflict. Journal of Management Information Systems 27 (4) 73-100. (pdf)

Russo, P. and Nov, O. (2011). Trusting Social Location Technologies and Interactions. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2011).

Antin, J., Yee, R., Cheshire,C., and Nov, O. (2011). Gender Differences in Wikipedia Editing. WikiSym’11. Mountain View, CA, October 2011. Best Short Paper Award.

Nov, O., Arazy, O., and Anderson, D. (2011). Technology-Mediated Citizen Science Participation: A Motivational Model. Proceedings of the AAAI International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2011).

Johri, A., Nov, O., and Mitra, R. (2011). Environmental Jolts: Impact of Exogenous Factors on Online Community Participation. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2011).

 Nov, O., Anderson, D. and Arazy, O. (2010). Volunteer Computing: a Model of the Factors Determining Contribution to Community-Based Scientific Research. Proceedings of the 19th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2010). (pdf)

Russo, P. and Nov, O. (2010). Photo Tagging Over Time: A Longitudinal Study of the Role of Attention, Network Density, and Motivations. Proceedings of AAAI International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2010).

Arazy, O. and Nov, O. (2010). Determinants of Wikipedia Quality: the Roles of Global and Local Contribution Inequality. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2010). (pdf)

Nov, O., Arazy, O. and Anderson, D. (2010). Crowdsourcing for Science: Understanding and Enhancing ScienceSourcing Contribution. Workshop on the Changing Dynamics of Scientific Collaborations at the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2010). (pdf)

Nov, O. and Ye, C. (2010). Why do People Tag? Motivations for Collaborative Content Tagging. Communications of the ACM 53 (7) 128-131.

Nov, O. Naaman, M. and Ye, C. (2010). Analysis of Participation in an Online Photo Sharing Community: A Multi-Dimension Perspective. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61 (3) 555-566. (pdf)

Nov, O. and Ye, C. (2009). Why do People Share Photos Online? Antecedents of photos’ Quality and Quantity. Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2009).

Nov, O., Naaman, M., and Ye, C. (2009). Motivational, Structural and Tenure Factors that Impact Online Community Photo Sharing. Proceedings of AAAI International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2009). Best Paper Award. (pdf))

Nov, O. and Wattal, S. (2009). Social Computing and Privacy Concerns: Antecedents and Effects. Proceedings of CHI 2009: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). (pdf)

Nov, O. (2009). Information Sharing and Social Computing: Why, What and Where? In: Zelkowitz, M. (Ed.), Advances in Computers, 76, 1-18. Elsevier, Academic Press.

Nov, O. and Rafaeli, S. (2009). Measuring the Premium on Common Knowledge in Computer-Mediated Coordination Problems. Computers in Human Behavior 25 (1) 171-174.

Nov, O. and Ye, C. (2009). Resistance to Change and the Adoption of Digital Libraries: An Integrative Model. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60 (8) 1702-1708. (pdf)

Nov, O. and Ye, C. (2008). Community Photo Sharing: Motivational and Structural Antecedents. Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2008), (pdf)

Nov, O., Naaman, M. and Ye, C. (2008). What Drives Content Tagging: The Case of Photos on Flickr. Proceedings of CHI 2008: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2008) (pdf)

Nov, O. and Ye, C. (2008). Personality and technology acceptance: The case for personal innovativeness in IT, openness and resistance to change. Proceedings of the 41st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 41). IEEE Press.

Nov, O. and Rao, B. (2008). Technology-Facilitated ‘Give According to Your Abilities, Receive According to Your Needs’. Communications of the ACM 51 (5) 83-87. (pdf)

Nov, O. and Ye, C. (2008). Users’ Personality and Perceived Ease of Use of Digital Libraries: The Case for Resistance to Change. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 59 (5) 845-851. (pdf)

Nov, O. and Kuk, G. (2008). Open Content Contributors’ Response to Free Riding: The Roles of Personality and Context. Computers in Human Behavior 24 (6) 2848-2861.

Nov, Y. and Nov, O. (2008). Living In a Bubble? Toward a Unified Bubble Theory. International Journal of General Systems 37 (5) 627-635. (pdf)

Oreg, S. and Nov, O. (2008). Exploring Motivations for Contributing to Open Source Initiatives: The Roles of Contribution Context and Personal Values. Computers in Human Behavior 24 (5) 2055-2073. (pdf)

Nov, O. (2007). What Motivates Wikipedians. Communications of the ACM 50 (11) 60-64. (pdf)

Rao, B., Angelov, B. and Nov, O. (2006). Fusion of Disruptive Technologies: Lessons from the Skype Case. European Management Journal 24 (2-3) 174-188.

Nov, O. and Jones, M. (2006). Ordering Creativity: Knowledge, Creativity and Idea Generation in the Advertising Industry. International Journal of Product Development 3 (2) 252-262.

Nov, O. and Jones, M. (2006). Knowledge management and creativity: A technology-facilitated balance. Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2006).

B. Rao, Angelov, B. and Nov, O. (2005). When disruptive technologies integrate: evidence from the Skype case. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Management of Technology (IAMOT)

Nov, O. and Jones, M. (2005). Creativity, knowledge and IS: a critical view. Proceedings of the 38th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 38). IEEE Press.

Nov, O. and Jones, M. (2004). Information systems and creativity management in the media and advertising industries: a critical view. Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2004).


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