Peer-reviewed publications

  • Gorm, N. & Shklovski, I. (2019). Episodic Use: Practices of Care in Self-Tracking. New Media and Society. (PDF)
  • Chung, C., Gorm, N., Shklovski, I., & Munson, S. A. (2017). Finding the Right Fit: Understanding Health Tracking in Workplace Wellness Programs. CHI 2017. (Honorable Mention award, ranked among the top 5% of all submissions to the SIGCHI 2017 conference). PDF
  • Gorm, N., & Shklovski, I. (2017). Participant Driven Photo Elicitation for Understanding Episodic Activity Tracking: Benefits and Limitations. CSCW2017. PDF
  • Gorm, N., & Shklovski, I. (2016). Sharing Steps in the Workplace: Changing Privacy Concerns Over Time. CHI’16. PDF
  • Gorm, N., & Shklovski, I. (2016). Steps, Choices, and Moral Accounting: Observations from a Step-Counting Campaign in the Workplace. CSCW 16. PDF
  • Heyer, C., Shklovski, I., & Gorm, N. (2013). Making a home for social media. UbiComp ’13. PDF


  • Gorm, N. (2017). Personal Health Tracking Technologies in Practice. CSCW’17. Doctoral Consortium. PDF
  • Shklovski, I., & Gorm, N. (2016). Self-surveillance or an adversarial relationship with the self? CHI’16. Workshop Paper. PDF
  • Gorm, N., & Shklovski, I. (2016). Health-tracking in the Workplace: Empirical and Methodological Considerations. CSCW’16. Workshop Paper. PDF
  • Gorm, N., & Shklovski, I. (2015). Collateral Realities of Wearable Health Technologies in the Workplace. CSCW 15’, Workshop Paper. PDF

PhD dissertation

  • Gorm, N, (2018) Every Step You Take. Tracking Physical Activity at Work and at Home. IT University of Copenhagen. (For access, please send me an e-mail)

Masters Thesis

  • Gorm, N., Denying or Delaying Childhood Vaccinations- A Practice Theoretical Qualitative Analysis of Non-Vaccinators in Denmark. Master’s Thesis, Roskilde University, 2014. PDF.