About Me


I am a Ph.D. student at the University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science (SILS). My research interests lie primarily in the fields of human information behavior and human computer interaction. My research topic includes: (1) how people search and make use of information in various contexts (e.g., procedural task, health management); (2) how people interact with information systems (e.g., mixed-initiative conversational system) and tools (e.g., note-taking tool); and (3) key factors affecting information behavior such as cognitive ability, task complexity, and modality (i.e., spoken vs. written query). I leverage both qualitative and quantitative approaches to investigating these issues. Here at SILS I work in the Interactive Information Systems Lab.


choiboge at live.unc.edu