Multimedia, Human–computer interaction, Context, Reading and Internet privacy are his primary areas of study. His study explores the link between Multimedia and topics such as Mobile technology that cross with problems in Information access. Kenton O'Hara has researched Human–computer interaction in several fields, including Interventional radiology, Information capture and Taxonomy.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Telephony, Public displays, Collaborative game and Key. In his research on the topic of Reading, Hypertext is strongly related with Annotation. His work carried out in the field of Internet privacy brings together such families of science as Focus, Narrative and Instant messaging.
Kenton O'Hara spends much of his time researching Multimedia, Human–computer interaction, Context, World Wide Web and Internet privacy. His Multimedia study combines topics in areas such as Mobile phone, Mobile device and Reading. His Reading research integrates issues from Annotation and Window.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Human–computer interaction, Key are connected with Artificial intelligence and other disciplines. His Context research incorporates themes from Knowledge management, Space, Situated and Data science. His studies deal with areas such as Conversation and Software deployment as well as Internet privacy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, World Wide Web, Context and Internet privacy. His research integrates issues of Key, Mobile device and Gesture in his study of Human–computer interaction. His Multimedia study combines topics in areas such as Annotation, Control and Structure.
His World Wide Web research integrates issues from Identity, Speech interaction and Cross device. His Context research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Space and Data science. His research on Internet privacy also deals with topics like
His primary scientific interests are in Human–computer interaction, World Wide Web, Conversation, Internet privacy and Key. His Ubiquitous computing study in the realm of Human–computer interaction connects with subjects such as Malleability. His research in World Wide Web intersects with topics in Speech interaction and Control.
His Conversation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Asynchronous communication and Interaction design. Kenton O'Hara has included themes like Multi-user, Rhythm and Artificial intelligence in his Key study. His biological study deals with issues like Context menu, which deal with fields such as Simulation.
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Gamification. using game-design elements in non-gaming contexts
Sebastian Deterding;Miguel Sicart;Lennart Nacke;Kenton O'Hara.
human factors in computing systems (2011)
A comparison of reading paper and on-line documents
Kenton O'Hara;Abigail Sellen.
human factors in computing systems (1997)
Dealing with mobility: understanding access anytime, anywhere
Mark Perry;Kenton O'hara;Abigail Sellen;Barry Brown.
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (2001)
A diary study of work-related reading: design implications for digital reading devices
Annette Adler;Anuj Gujar;Beverly L. Harrison;Kenton O'Hara.
human factors in computing systems (1998)
Place as a Practical Concern of Mobile Workers
Barry Brown;Kenton O'Hara.
Environment and Planning A (2003)
Everyday dwelling with WhatsApp
Kenton P. O'Hara;Michael Massimi;Richard Harper;Simon Rubens.
conference on computer supported cooperative work (2014)
Understanding geocaching practices and motivations
human factors in computing systems (2008)
Consuming video on mobile devices
Kenton O'Hara;April Slayden Mitchell;Alex Vorbau.
human factors in computing systems (2007)
Troubling Trends in Scientific Software Use
Lucas N. Joppa;Greg McInerny;Greg McInerny;Richard Harper;Lara Salido.
The Effects of Operator Implementation Cost on Planfulness of Problem Solving and Learning
Kenton P. O'Hara;Stephen J. Payne.
Cognitive Psychology (1998)
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