No access, no knowledge, or no interest? Examining use and non-use of assistive technologies
Erin Brady, University of Rochester
William Thies, Microsoft Research India
Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research India
The unused and the unusable: repair, rejection, and obsolescence
Padma Chirumamilla, University of Michigan
Cell-Less in Atlanta
Marcela Christina Musgrove Chavez, Georgia Institute of Technology
Exploring Meditation and Technology to Problematize the Use-or-Non-use Binary
Katie Derthick, University of Washington
ICT Non-use Among The Amish
Lindsay Ems, Indiana University
“No media, less life?” – Employing forced disruption to investigate online media disconnection
Anne Kaun,  Södertörn University, University of Pennylvania
Christian Schwarzenegger, Augsburg University
Sebastian Kubitschko, Goldsmiths, University of London
When the User Disappears: Situational Non-Use of Social Technologies
Alex Leavitt, University of Southern California
Exploring Non-Use and (In)Appropriate Technologies
Charlotte P. Lee, Katie Derthick, & Ying-Yu Chen, University of Washington
Supporting Temporary Non-Use of Smartphones
Uichin Lee, Subin Yang, Minsam Ko, & Joonwon Lee, KAIST
Negotiating Space Between Use and Non-Use
Courtney Loder, University of California, Irvine
Non-Use, Craft, and Work Infrastructure in Art and Design Practice
Jonathan Lukens, University of Tennessee
Examining Teens’ Non-Use of Technologies
Rachel M. Magee, Denise E. Agosto, Andrea Forte, & Michael Dickard, Drexel University
The Will and Ways To Avoid Communication: Commitment Devices of Non-Use and Disconnection  (email author for copy)
Ethan Plaut, Stanford University ( eplaut [at] )
Non-use as ambivalence: Conceptualizing smartphone resistance
Rivka Ribak & Michele Rosenthal, University of Haifa
Developing Healthy Habits with Social Media: Theorizing the Cycle of Overuse and Taking Breaks
Sarita Yardi Schoenebeck, University of Michigan
Technology Non-Use as Avoiding Accountability
Jeffrey William Treem, University of Texas at Austin
Bringing users and non-users into being across methods and disciplines
Sally Wyatt, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts & Sciences
Towards a Research Agenda on Technology Pushback
Meg Young & Ricardo Gomez, University of Washington