Our first RU ASIS&T meeting will be this Monday, February 10 at 5PM in the second floor Student Lounge, SCI building. The lounge has been reserved and pizza will be served!
Looking forward to having you join us on Monday!
We will be working to update the RUASIS&T website during winter break. If you experience problems with the site during that time, please check back early spring semester 2014. Thank you for your patience!
Congratulations to RU ASIS&T members Vanessa Kitzie and Erik Choi, and RU ASIS&T adviser Chirag Shah, who won the SIG USE Best Poster Award for “From Bad to Good: An Investigation of Question Quality and Transformation.”
In addition, RU ASIS&T member Xiaofeng Li presented the poster “An Exploratory Study of Middle School Student’s Sensemaking in a Collaborative Game Design Educational Project,” with Rebecca Reynolds. Xiaofeng Li also presented the paper “Collaborative Information Seeking in the Wild: Middle Schooler’s Self Initiated Teamwork Strategies to Support Game Design,” with Rebecca Reyonds and Eun Jung Baik.
RU ASIS&T members Vanessa Kitzie, Erik Choi, and and RU ASIS&T adviser Chirag Shah presented their paper “Analyzing Question Quality through Intersubjectivity: World Views and Objective Assessments of Questions on Social-Question Answering.”
RU ASIS&T members Erik Choi, Vanessa Kitzie, and RU ASIS&T adviser and Chirag Shah presented the poster “’10 Points for the Best Answer!’ – Baiting for Explicating Knowledge Contributions within Online Q&A.”
RU ASIS&T members Dongho Choi and Ziad Matni also attended this year’s conference.