- An interdisciplinary lens: Design challenges in bereavement support. (Slides)
Ellis, S. (Lancaster University)
- Revelado: Exploring the preservation of our digital data.
Gulotta, R., Faste, H., and Forlizzi, J. (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Challenging contexts: Hearing the voice of residents and families in hospice care design research.
Kachur, O., Sellen, K., Rodin, G., and Rutgers, J. (OCAD University and Princess Margaret Hospital)
- Legacy construction through digital imagery.
Kim, D. (California College of the Arts)
- Interactive memoirs: Coping with the imminent death and leaving legacies.
Kopper, R., McManamon, M., George, T., and Lok, B. (University of Florida)
- The influence of beliefs and death taboos in modeling the fate of digital legacy under the software developers' view
Maciel, C. and Pereira, V. C. (Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso and Instituto Federal de Mato Grosso)
- Namibian and American social media perspectives on death.
Peters, A. N. (Iowa State University)
- Transcending the archive: Reflections on online identity and death.
Pitsillides, S. (Goldsmiths)
- My mourning junkie: Wailing at the Facebook wall.
- Data after death: User requirements and design challenges for SNSs and email providers.
Zhang, M., Jennett, C., Malheiros, M., and Sasse, M. A. (University College London)