My course this spring: Proseminar in the Digital Humanities
My course last fall: Analyzing Big Data with Twitter
Office hours: Mon 4-5pm; Tues 11am-noon.
307B South Hall; firstname.lastname@example.org; 510-642-8016
My research is focused in the following areas:
Check out Search User Interfaces, the
first academic book on this topic (Cambridge University
Press, Fall 2009). On the web site, you can Read the Full Text!
Past courses include:
Social Interactions Grant to study subgroups with online learning environments. Thank you to Google for supporting our and others' research!
We'll have a great set of students in April in Paris at the CHI Doctoral Consortium.
Keynote talk at SPIE Electronic Imaging Conference, Feb 2013.
Keynote talk at HCIR 2012, Oct 2012.
Keynote talk at the Language in Social Media Workshop at NAACL-HLT, June 2012.
Keynote talk at the Mobile Voice Conference, March 2012.
Speaking at the O'Reilly Strata big data conference, Feb 2012.
Keynote talk at ACM CHIMIT, Dec 2011.
'Natural' Search User Interfaces in the Nov. CACM in which I predict what Apple did in the iPhone 4S html
Keynote talk at ACM Hypertext, June 2011.
Keynote at the PSU 2011 IST Graduate Student Symposium, March 2011.
Panelist on NITRD/NARA Summit on R&D for Open Government, March 2011.
Keynote at the Usability Professionals' Association DC Chapter Conference, Oct 2010.
Search is Dead. Long Live Search. Panel at WWW 2010
General Chair, ICWSM'10, Int'l Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, May 2010.
Talk: Social Technology, NSF, 2009.
Paper: Blogging Together, An Examination of Group Blogs, ICWSM'09.
Tutorial: Text, Tags, and Thumbnails: Latest Trends in Bioscience Literature Search, SLA Pharma & Health Division.
Essay: The Decline of Text, Edge.org.