Ed H. Chi
PARC workshops/papers/topics & speakers include:
- Sensemaking Workshop
- Research Competition: Exploring the Cognitive Consequences of Social Search
- Using temporal patterns to derive stress factors of routine tasks (Oliver Brdiczka, Bo Begole)
- What's in Wikipedia? Mapping Topics and Conflict Using Socially Annotated Category Structure (Ed Chi)
- Predicting Shoppers' Interest from Social Interactions Using Sociometric Sensors (Maurice Chu, Bo Begole)
- Cases of online learning communities in a large enterprise (Gregorio Convertino)
- Annotate Once, Appear Anywhere: Collective Foraging for Snippets of Interest Using Paragraph Fingerprinting (Lichan Hong, Ed Chi)
- Signpost from the Masses: Learning Effects in an Exploratory Social Tag Search Browser (Rowan Nairn, Peter Pirolli, Ed Chi)
- Body and Mind: A Study of Avatar Personalization in Three Virtual Worlds (Nicolas Ducheneaut)
- Examining the impact of social annotations in sensemaking tasks (Les Nelson)
- With a Little Help from My Friends: Examining the Impact of Social Annotations in Sensemaking Tasks (Les Nelson, Peter Pirolli, Lichan Hong, Diane Schiano, Ed Chi)
- An Elementary Social Information Foraging Model (Peter Pirolli)
- Remembrance of Things Tagged: How Tagging Effort Affects Tag Production and Human Memory (Peter Pirolli, Lichan Hong)
- So You Know You're Getting the Best Possible Information: A Tool that Increases Wikipedia Credibility (Peter Pirolli, Bongwon Suh)
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