Exposing and Exploring Academic Expertise with Virtu. Luanne Freund Kristof Kessler Michael Huggett Edie Rasmussen University of British Columbia, Canada. HCIR 2012, October 4-5, Cambridge, MA. Interaction Design Concept. Integrated with Mendeley rather than stand-alone system
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Exposing and Exploring Academic Expertise with Virtu
University of British Columbia, Canada
HCIR 2012, October 4-5, Cambridge, MA
What kinds of expertise?
Reputation relative to experience
Task descriptions are available from the HCIR 2012 site: https://sites.google.com/site/hcirworkshop/hcir-2012/challenge
This work was carried out by members of the Digital Information Interaction Group (DiiG) at the University of British Columbia. Funding from the GRAND Network of Centres of Excellence is gratefully acknowledged.
Special thanks to Schuyler Lindberg who contributed to the aesthetics and layout of the interface.