The Douglas Engelbart Best Paper Award for best paper which is named after Douglas C. Engelbart, in recognition of his life's work and contributions to the field of hypertext and hypermedia.
- 2020 | Alessio Antonini, Francesca Benatti and Sally Blackburn-Daniels. On Links To Be: Exercises in Style #2.
- 2019 | Jacob Wobbrock, Anya Hsu, Marijn Burger and Michael Magee. Isolating the Effects of Web Page Visual Appearance on the Perceived Credibility of Online News among College Students.
- 2018 | Lemei Zhang, Peng Liu and Jon Atle Gulla. A Deep Joint Network for Session-based News Recommendations with Contextual Augmentation.
- 2017 | Ujwal Gadiraju, Jie Yang and Alessandro Bozzon. Clarity is a Worthwhile Quality - On the Role of Task Clarity in Microtask Crowdsourcing.
- 2016 | Charlie Hargood, Verity Hunt, Mark Weal and David Millard. Patterns of Sculptural Hypertext in Location Based Narratives.
- 2015 | Axel Schulz, Benedikt Schmidt, and Thorsten Strufe. Small-Scale Incident Detection based on Microposts.
- 2014 | Georges Gouriten, Silviu Maniu, and Pierre Senellart. Scalable, Generic, and Adaptive Systems for Focused Crawling.
- 2013 | David Millard, Charlie Hargood, Michael Jewell, and Mark Weal. Canyons, Deltas and Plains: Towards a Unified Sculptural Model of Location-Based Hypertext.
- 2012 | Björn Elmar Macek, Christoph Scholz, Martin Atzmüller, and Gerd Stumme. Anatomy of a Conference.
- 2011 | Ricardo Kawase, George Papadakis, Eelco Herder and Wolfgang Nejdl. Beyond the Usual Suspects: Context-Aware Revisitation Support.
- 2010 | James Goulding, Tim Brailsford and Helen Ashman. Hyperorders and Transclusion: Understanding Dimensional Hypertext.
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