Finalist for CHI 2016 Student Research Competition

Congrats to Ph.D. student Nai-Ching Wang, who was a finalist in graduate student division of the CHI 2016 Student Research Competition. His paper is titled, “Crowdnection: Connecting High-level Concepts with Historical Documents via Crowdsourcing.” He traveled to San Jose, CA to attend the conference and present his research to a panel of expert judges.


Presented paper on crowdsourced design critique and expertise at CSCW 2016

Designs produced by participants

Dr. Luther presented the paper, Almost an Expert: The Effects of Rubrics and Expertise on Perceived Value of Crowdsourced Design Critiques, in the “Crowd-Powered Applications” session at CSCW 2016 in San Francisco, CA. This was a collaborative effort with Alvin Yuan, Markus Krause, and Bjoern Hartmann (UC Berkeley); and Sophie Vennix and Steven Dow (Carnegie Mellon).

This work is a follow-up to a previous paper published by Dr. Luther and collaborators at CSCW 2015.