Publications

Selected Publications. Please see my CV for a complete list of publications.

2019

Hughes, Amanda L. (2019). Site-Seeing in Disaster: Revisiting Online Social Convergence a Decade Later. In New Media in Times of Crisis, (Ed) K. K. Stephens. Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 193-208.

Peterson, Steve, Kerri K. Stephens, Amanda L. Hughes, and Hemant Purohit (2019). When Official Systems Overload: A Framework for Finding Social Media Calls for Help during Evacuations. In Proceedings of the 2019 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2019).

Hiltz, Roxanne, Amanda L. Hughes, Muhammad Imran, Linda Plotnick, Robert Power, and Murray Turoff (2019). Requirements for Software to Support the Use of Social Media in Emergency Management: A Delphi Study. In Proceedings of the 2019 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2019).

2018

Tapia, Andrea H., Amanda L. Hughes, and Nicolas J. LaLone (2018). The Verification Pause: When Information Access Slows Reaction to Crisis Events. International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (IJISCRAM) 10, 3: 1–19.

Li, Yajie, Amanda L. Hughes, and Peter D. Howe (2018). Communicating Crisis with Persuasion: Examining Official Twitter Messages on Heat Hazards. In Proceedings of the 2018 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2018).

St. Denis, Lise Ann and Amanda L. Hughes (2018). Crisis Cleanup: Creating a Virtual Command Post to Support Relief Organizations on the Ground. In Proceedings of the 2018 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2018).

Chauhan, Apoorva and Amanda L. Hughes (2018). Social Media Resources Named after a Crisis Event. In Proceedings of the 2018 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2018). (Best student paper nomination)

Palen, Leysia and Amanda L. Hughes (2018). Social Media in Disaster Communication. In Handbook of Disaster Research (2nd edition), Havidan Rodrigues, Joseph E. Trainor, William Donner and Antonio Paniagua Guzman (eds.), Springer, pp. 497-518.

Reuter, Christian, Amanda L. Hughes, Marc-André Kaufhold (2018). Social Media in Crisis Management: An Evaluation and Analysis of Crisis Informatics Research. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 1-15.

2017

Chauhan, Apoorva and Amanda L. Hughes (2017). Providing Online Crisis Information: An Analysis of Official Sources during the 2014 Carlton Complex Wildfire. In Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2017). ACM, NY, pp. 399-408.

Said, Maurice, Amanda L. Hughes, Susan Anson, Hayley Watson, Michael Klafft, Karin Metz and Eridy Lukau (2017). Understanding Cross-Cultural Adoption of a First Aid App. Health and Technology, 1-9.

2016

Hughes, Amanda L. and Rohan Shah (2016). Designing an Application for Social Media Needs in Emergency Public Information Work. In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Supporting Group Work (GROUP 2016). ACM, NY, pp. 399-408.

Klafft, Michael, Maurice Said, Susan Anson, Hayley Watson, Amanda L. Hughes and Eridy Lukau (2016). Challenges in Designing and Distributing a Not For Profit First Aid App Worldwide. Lecture Notes in Informatics, INFORMATIK 2016, Bonn: Gesellschaft fur Informatik. Volume P-259, pp. 1745-1758.

Sleipness, Ole R., Benjamin H. George, Amanda L. Hughes, Sriram Ramineni (2016) Hidden Dimensions: Illuminating Landscape History through Mobile Apps. Digital Landscape Architecture. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 1, pp. 273-280.

Hughes, Amanda L., Kate Starbird, Alex Leavitt, Brian Keegan, and Bryan Semaan (2016). Information Movement Across Social Media Platforms During Crisis Events. Presented at the Following User Pathways: Cross Platform and Mixed Methods Analysis in Social Media Studies Workshop at the 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2016), San Jose, CA.

Chauhan, Apoorva and Amanda L. Hughes (2016). Online Mentioning Behavior during Hurricane Sandy: References, Recommendations, and Rebroadcasts. In Proceedings of the 2016 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2016). (Best student paper nomination)

Trilateral Research, Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems, Utah State University (Amanda L. Hughes), and the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (2016). Comparative Review of the First Aid App. Final Report to the Global Disaster Preparedness Center. http://preparecenter.org/resources/comparative-review-first-aid-app.

2015

Hughes, Amanda L., Tapia, Andrea H. (2015). Social Media in Crisis: When Professional Responders Meet Digital Volunteers. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 12 (3), pp. 679-706.

Hughes, Amanda L. and Chauhan, Apoorva (2015). Online Media as a Means to Affect Public Trust in Emergency Responders. In Proceedings of the 2015 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2015).

Chauhan, Apoorva and Hughes, Amanda L. (2015). Facebook and Twitter Adoption by Hurricane Sandy-affected Police and Fire Departments. In Proceedings of the 2015 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2015).

2014

Hughes, Amanda L., Steve Peterson, and Leysia Palen (2014). Social Media in Emergency Management. In Issues in Disaster Science and Management: A Critical Dialogue Between Scientists and Emergency Managers, (Eds) J.E. Trainor and T. Subbio. FEMA in Higher Education Program, pp. 349-392.

Hughes, Amanda L., Lise A. St. Denis, Leysia Palen and Kenneth M. Anderson (2014). Online Public Communications by Police & Fire Services during the 2012 Hurricane Sandy. In Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014). ACM, NY. (%23 acceptance rate)

Hughes, Amanda L. (2014). Participatory Design for the Social Media Needs of Emergency Public Information Officers. In Proceedings of the 2014 Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2014), University Park, Pennsylvania.

2012

Hughes, Amanda L. (2012). Supporting the Social Media Needs of Emergency Public Information Officers with Human-Centered Design and Development. University of Colorado at Boulder PhD Dissertation.

Hughes, Amanda L. and Leysia Palen (2012). The Evolving Role of the Public Information Officer: An Examination of Social Media in Emergency Management. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 9 (1).

St. Denis, Lise A., Amanda L. Hughes and Leysia Palen (2012). Trial by Fire: The Deployment of Trusted Digital Volunteers in the 2011 Shadow Lake Fire. In Proceedings of the Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Conference (ISCRAM 2012).

Starbird, Kate, Leysia Palen, Sophia B. Liu, Sarah Vieweg, Amanda Hughes, Aaron Schram, Kenneth Mark Anderson, Mossaab Bagdouri, Joanne White, Casey McTaggart, and Chris Schenk (2012). Promoting Structured Data in Citizen Communications during Disaster Response: An Account of Strategies for Diffusion of the "Tweak the Tweet" Syntax. In Christine Hagar (Ed) Crisis Information Management: Communication and Technologies, Chandos Publishing, pp. 43-63.

2010

Palen, Leysia, Kate Starbird, Sarah Vieweg, and Amanda Hughes (2010). Twitter-based Information Distribution During the 2009 Red River Valley Flood Threat. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 36 (5), pp. 13-17.

Starbird, Kate, Leysia Palen, Amanda L. Hughes, and Sarah Vieweg (2010). Chatter on the Red: What Hazards Threat Reveals about the Social Life of Microblogged Information. In Proceedings of the 2010 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2010). ACM, NY, pp. 241-250. (%20 acceptance rate. Honorable Mention for "Best of CSCW," top 5%)

Vieweg, Sarah, Amanda Hughes, Kate Starbird, Leysia Palen (2010). Microblogging During Two Natural Hazards Events: What Twitter May Contribute to Situational Awareness. In Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2010). ACM, NY, pp. 1079-1088. (%22 acceptance rate)

2009

Palen, Leysia, Sarah Vieweg, Sophia B. Liu, and Amanda Hughes. (2009). Crisis in a Networked World: Features of Computer-Mediated Communication in the April 16, 2007 Virginia Tech Event. Social Science Computer Review, Sage, 27 (4), pp. 467-480.

Hughes, Amanda L. and Leysia Palen (2009). Twitter Adoption and Use in Mass Convergence and Emergency Events. International Journal of Emergency Management, 6 (3/4), pp. 248-260.

Liu, Sophia, Leysia Palen, Jeanette Sutton, Amanda Hughes, and Sarah Vieweg (2009). Citizen Photojournalism During Crisis Events. In Stuart Allen and Einar Thorsen (Eds), Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives, Peter Lang Publishing Group, New York, pp. 43-63.

2008

Hughes, Amanda, Leysia Palen, Jeanette Sutton, Sophia Liu, and Sarah Vieweg (2008). "Site-Seeing" in Disaster: An Examination of On-Line Social Convergence. Proceedings of the 2008 ISCRAM Conference, Washington, DC, pp. 324-333. (Tied for best student paper award)

Vieweg, Sarah, Leysia Palen, Sophia Liu, Amanda Hughes, and Jeannette Sutton (2008). Collective Intelligence in Disaster: Examination of the Phenomenon in the Aftermath of the 2007 Virginia Tech Shooting. Proceedings of the 2008 ISCRAM Conference, Washington, DC, pp. 44-54. (Tied for best student paper award)

Liu, Sophia, Leysia Palen, Jeanette Sutton, Amanda Hughes, and Sarah Vieweg (2008). In Search of the Bigger Picture: The Emergent Role of On-Line Photo Sharing in Times of Disaster. Proceedings of the 2008 ISCRAM Conference, Washington, DC, pp. 140-149. (Tied for best student paper award)

2007

Palen, Leysia and Amanda Hughes (2007). When Home Base Is Not a Place: Parents' Use of Mobile Telephones. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Journal, Springer, 11 (5), pp. 338 -348.