Michaelanne Dye

Ph.D. student, Human-Centered Computing, School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Tech

Website: http://michaelannedye.wordpress.com

Focuses: Social Computing, HCI4D, ICTD, Cuba, Latin America, Qualitative Methods, Anthropology

Motivated by a social computing perspective in a human-computer interaction for development (HCI4D) context, my research aims to inform the responsible design of information-focused interventions for sustainable development.  I am also interested in how social media supports collaborative and resistive efforts among marginal and underrepresented groups. Currently, my work explores evolving internet and social media use in Cuba.

Honors & Awards:

  • 2016 Foley Scholar Finalist
  • 2016 ARCS Fellow, $10,000 Global Impact Award winner


Locating the Internet in the Parks of Havana
Michaelanne Dye, David Nemer, Laura Pina, Nithya Sambasivan, Amy Bruckman, Neha Kumar | CHI ’17

What (or Who) Is Public? Privacy Settings and Social Media Content Sharing
Casey Fiesler, Michaelanne Dye, Jessica L. Feuston, Chaya Hiruncharoenvate, C.J. Hutto, Shannon Morrison, Parisa Khanipour Roshan, Umashanthi Pavalanathan,  Amy S. Bruckman, Munmun De Choudhury, Eric Gilbert  | CSCW ’17

When the Internet Goes Down in Bangladesh
Mehrab Bin Morshed, Michaelanne Dye, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, and Neha Kumar | CSCW ’17

Early Adopters of Internet and Social Media in Cuba
Michaelanne Dye, Annie Antón, Amy S. Bruckman | CSCW ’16

Exploring How Parents in Economically Depressed Communities Access Learning Resources
Parisa Khanipour Roshan, Maia Jacobs, Michaelanne Dye, and Betsy DiSalvo | Group ’14

Hollaback!: the role of storytelling online in a social movement organization
Dimond, Jill P., Michaelanne Dye, Daphne LaRose, and Amy S. Bruckman. | CSCW ’13