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Magazine Articles Workshop Papers Patents

Books

  1. Shah, C., & White, R. W. (2021, in press). Task intelligence for search and Recommendation. Synthesis lectures on information concepts, retrieval, and services. Morgan & Claypool Publishers.
  2. Shah, C. (2020). A hands-on introduction to Data Science. Cambridge University Press.
  3. Liu, J., & Shah, C. (2019). Interactive IR user study design, evaluation, and reporting. In G. Marchionini (Series Ed.), Synthesis lectures on information concepts, retrieval, and services. Morgan & Claypool Publishers.
  4. Shah, C. (2017). Social information seeking: Leveraging the wisdom of the crowd. The Information Retrieval (IR) series. Springer International Publishing (Vol. 38).
  5. Hansen, P., Shah, C., & Klas, C.-P. (Eds.) (2015). Collaborative information seeking: Best practices, new domains, new thoughts. The Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) series. Springer International Publishing.
  6. Shah, C. (2012). Collaborative information seeking: The art and science of making the whole greater than the sum of all. The Information Retrieval (IR) series (Vol. 34). Springer International Publishing.

Book Chapters

  1. Shah, C. (2015). Collaborative information seeking: From 'what?' and 'why?' to 'how?' and 'so what?' In P. Hansen, C. Shah, & C.-P. Klas (Eds.), Collaborative information seeking: Best practices, new domains, new thoughts (pp. 3-16). CSCW series. Springer International Publishing.
  2. Shah, C. (2014). Politics 2.0 with Facebook. In A. Solo (Ed.), Handbook of research on political activism in the information age (pp. 179-189). IGI Global.
  3. Shah, C. (2012). Coagmento - A case study in designing a user-centric collaborative information seeking system. In E. Curras & N. L. Romero (Eds.), System science and collaborative information systems: Theories, practices and new research (pp. 242-257). IGI Global.
  4. Shah, C. (2010). Designs for systems to support collaborative information behavior. In J. Foster (Ed.), Collaborative Information Behavior (pp. 141-159). IGI Global
  5. Shah, C. (2010). Collaborative information seeking: A literature review. In A. Woodsworth & W. D. Penniman (Eds.), Advances in Librarianship (Vol. 32, pp. 3-33), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Journal Articles

  1. Shah, C., Anderson, T., Hagen, L., & Zhang, Y. (2021). An iSchool approach to data science: Human-centered, socially responsible, and context-driven. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 1-4. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  2. Mandal, S., Shah, C., Pena-Alves, S., Hecht, M. L., Glenn, S. D., Ray, A. E., & Greene, K. (2020). Understanding the spread of prevention and cessation messages on social media for substance use in youth. Aslib Journal of Information Management 73(2), 240-253.
  3. Choi, D., Shah, C., & Singh, V. (2020). Investigating information seeking in physical and online environments with escape room and web search. Journal of Information Science (JIS). [Impact factor: 2.410]
  4. Verma, S., Gao, R., & Shah, C. (2020). Facets of fairness in search and recommendation. International workshop on algorithmic bias in search and recommendation, 1-11.
  5. Gao, R. & Shah, C. (2019). Toward creating a fairer ranking in search engine results. Journal of Information Processing & Management (IP&M), 57(1). [Impact factor: 4.787]
  6. Sarkar, S., Mitsui, M., Liu, J., & Shah, C. (2019).). Implicit information need as explicit problems, help, and behavioral signals. Journal of Information Processing & Management (IP&M), 57(2). [Impact factor: 4.787]
  7. Le, L. T., Shah, C., & Choi, E. (2019). Assessing the quality of answers autonomously in community question-answering. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 20(4), 351-367.
  8. Liu, J., Wang, Y., Mandal, S., & Shah, C. (2019). Exploring the immediate and short-term effects of peer advice and cognitive authority on web search behavior. Journal of Information Processing & Management (IP&M), 56(3), 1010-1025. [Impact factor: 4.787]
  9. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Esparza-Villaman, A., Vargas-Godoy, J. C., & Shah, C. (2019). A comparison of unimodal and multimodal models for implicit detection of relevance in interactive IR. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 70(11), 1223-1235. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  10. Rath, M. & Shah, C. (2018).Learning in crowdsourced environments: Where are we going and how do we get there? International Journal on Innovations in Online Education, 2(4), Article IJIOE-29899.
  11. Le, L., & Shah, C. (2018). Retrieving People: Identifying Potential Answerers in Community Question-Answering. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 69(10), 1246-1258. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  12. Wang, Y. & Shah, C. (2017). Investigating failures in information seeking episodes. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 69(4), 441-459. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. [Impact factor: 2.222]
  13. Knight, S., Rienties, B., Littleton, K., Tempelaar, D., Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2017). The orchestration of a collaborative information seeking learning task. Information Retrieval Journal, 20(5), 480-505. [Impact factor: 2.209]
  14. Shah, C., Capra, R., & Hansen, P. (2017). Research agenda for social and collaborative information seeking. Journal of Library and Information Science Research (LISR), 39(2), 140-146. [Impact factor: 1.485]
  15. Knight, S., Tempelaar, S., Rienties, B., Littleton, K., Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2017). The relationship of (perceived) epistemic cognition to interaction with resources on the internet. Journal of Computers in Human Behavior, 73, 507-518. [Impact factor: 5.003]
  16. Hendahewa, C., & Shah, C. (2017). Evaluating user search trails in exploratory search tasks. Journal of Information Processing and Management (IP&M), 53(4), 905-922. [Impact factor: 4.787]
  17. Shah, C., Hendahewa, C., & Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. (2017). Two's not always company: Collaborative information seeking across task types. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 69(1), 22-35. [Impact factor: 2.222]
  18. Choi, E., & Shah, C. (2017). Asking for more than an answer: What do askers expect in online Q&A services? Journal of Information Science (JIS), 43(3), 425-435. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  19. Radford, M., Connaway, L., Mikitish, S., Alpert, M., Shah, C., & Cooke, N. (2017). Shared values, new vision: Collaboration and communities of practice in virtual reference and SQA. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 68(2), 438-449. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  20. Leeder, C., & Shah, C. (2016). Collaborative information seeking in student group projects. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 68(5), 526-544. [Impact factor: 2.222]
  21. Leeder, C., & Shah, C. (2016). Library research as collaborative information seeking. Library & Information Science Research (LISR), 38(3), 202-211. [Impact factor: 1.485]
  22. Soulier, L., Tamine, L., & Shah, C. (2016). MineRank: Leveraging users' latent roles for unsupervised collaborative information retrieval. Journal of Information Processing & Management (IP&M), 52(6), 1122-1411. [Impact factor: 4.787]
  23. Leeder, C., & Shah, C. (2016). Strategies, obstacles, and attitudes: student collaboration in information seeking and synthesis projects. Information Research, 21(3), Paper 723. [Impact factor: 0.763]
  24. Leeder, C., & Shah, C. (2016). Practicing Critical Evaluation of Online Sources Improves Student Search Behavior. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 42(4), 459-468. [Picked in the Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT) Top 20 Articles] [Impact factor: 1.235]
  25. Shah, C. (2016). The blind leading the blind: Impromptu leaderships influenced by awareness in collaborative search. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 68(2), 212-226. [Impact factor: 2.222]
  26. Leeder, C., & Shah, C. (2016). Measuring the effect of virtual librarian intervention on student online search. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 42(1), 2-7. [Impact factor: 1.235]
  27. Shah, C., & Leeder, C. (2016). Exploring Collaborative Work Among Graduate Students Through the C5 Model of Collaboration: A Diary Study. Journal of Information Science (JIS), 42(5), 609-629. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  28. Choi, E., & Shah, C. (2016). User motivations for asking questions in online Q&A services. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 67(5), 1182-1197. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  29. Shah, C., Hendahewa, H., & Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. (2016). Rain or shine? Forecasting search process performance in exploratory search tasks. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology (JASIST), 67(7), 1607-1623. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  30. Shah, C., Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., & Read, P. (2015). Investigating impacts of spatial configurations on collaborative writing. First Monday, (20)12.
  31. Shah, C., Hendahewa, C., & Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. (2015). Two's company, but three's no crowd: Evaluating exploratory web search for individuals and teams. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 67(6), 636-662. [Impact factor: 2.222]
  32. Hendahewa, C., & Shah, C. (2015). Implicit search feature based approach to assist users in exploratory search tasks. Information Processing & Management (IP&M), 51(5), 643-661. [Impact factor: 4.787]
  33. Shah, C., Radford, M., & Connaway, L. (2015). Collaboration and synergy in hybrid Q&A: Participatory design method and results. Journal of Library & Information Science Research (LISR), 37, 92-99. [Impact factor: 1.485]
  34. Cole, M., Hendahewa, C., Belkin, N., & Shah, C. (2015). User activity patterns during information search. ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS), 33(1), 1-39. [Impact factor: 2.312]
  35. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Shah, C., & White, R. (2015). Capturing collabportunities: A method to evaluate collaboration opportunities in information search using pseudo-collaboration. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology (JASIST), 66(9), 1897-1912. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  36. Shah, C., Capra, R., & Hansen, P. (2014, March). Collaborative information seeking [Editorial]. IEEE Computer Magazine, 22-25.
  37. Shah, C. (2014). Collaborative information seeking. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 65(2), 215-236. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  38. Choi, E., Kitzie, V., & Shah, C. (2014). Investigating motivations and expectations of asking a question in social Q&A. First Monday.
  39. Shah, C. (2014). Evaluating collaborative information seeking - Synthesis, suggestions, and structure. Journal of Information Science (JIS), 40(4), 460-475. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  40. Shah, C., Kitzie, V., & Choi, E. (2014). Modalities, motivations, and materials - Investigating traditional and social online Q&A services. Journal of Information Science (JIS), 40(5), 669-687. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  41. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Haseki, M., and Shah, C. (2013). Let's search together, but not too close! An analysis of communication and performance in collaborative information seeking. Information Processing & Management (IP&M), 49(5), 1165-1179. [Impact factor: 4.787]
  42. Shah, C. (2013). Effects of awareness on coordination in collaborative information seeking. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 64(6), 1122-1143. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  43. Radford, M.L., Connaway, L.S., Mikitish, S., Alpert, M., Shah, C. & Cooke, N. (2013). Conceptualizing collaboration and community in virtual reference and social question and answer services. Information Research, 18(3), Paper S06. [Impact factor: 0.763]
  44. Shah, C., Hansen, P. & Capra, R. (2012). Report on the second workshop on collaborative information seeking: New Orleans, 12 October, 2011. Information Research, 17(2), Paper 520. [Impact factor: 0.763]
  45. Shah, C., Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. (2012). Spatial context in collaborative information seeking. Journal of Information Science (JIS), 38(4), 333-349. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  46. Shah, C., & Kitzie, V. (2012). Social Q&A and virtual reference - Comparing apples and oranges with the help of experts and users. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology (JASIST), 63(10), 2020-2036. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  47. File, C., and Shah, C. (2012). InfoExtractor - A tool for social media data mining. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 9(3), 269-278. [Impact factor: 1.771]
  48. Read, P., Shah, C., S-O'Brien, L., & Woolcott, J. (2012). "Story of one's life and a tree of friends" - Understanding millennials' information behavior in social networks. Journal of Information Science (JIS), 38(5), 489-497. . [Also a featured article in November 2012 issue of The Informed Librarian Online.] [Impact factor: 2.410]
  49. Shah, C. (2011). Measuring effectiveness and user satisfaction in Yahoo! Answers. First Monday, 16(2).
  50. Baym, G, and Shah, C. (2011). Circulating struggle: The on-line flow of environmental advocacy clips from The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. Information, Communication & Society, 14(7), 1017-1038. [Impact factor: 4.559]
  51. Thorson, K., Borah, P., Ekdale, Brian, N., Kang, & Shah, C. (2010). YouTube and Proposition 8: A case study in video activism. Journal of Information, Communication, and Society (iCS), 13(3), 325-349. [Impact factor: 1.000]
  52. Kelly, D., Fu, X., and Shah, C. (2010). Effects of position and number of relevant documents retrieved on users' evaluations of system performance. ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS), 28(2), 9:1-29. [Impact factor: 2.312]
  53. Shah, C. (2010). Supporting research data collection from YouTube with TubeKit. Journal of Information Technology & Politics (JITP), 7(2-3), 226-240. [Impact factor: 1.771]
  54. Sayre, B., Bode, L., Shah, D. Wilcox, D. and Shah, C. (2010). Agenda setting in a digital age: Tracking attention to California Proposition 8 in social media, online news and conventional news. Policy & Internet, 2(2), 7-32. [Impact factor: 2.763]
  55. Shah, C., Pickens, J., & Golovchinsky, G. (2010). Role-based results redistribution for collaborative information retrieval. Journal of Information Processing and Management (IP&M), 46(6), 773-781. [Impact factor: 4.787]
  56. Shah, C., & Marchionini, G. (2010). Awareness in collaborative information seeking. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 61(10), 1970-1986. [Impact factor: 2.410]
  57. Shah, C. (2009). Mining contextual information for ephemeral digital video preservation. International Journal of Digital Curation (IJDC), 4(1), 175-192.
  58. Shah, C. (2009). ContextMiner: Supporting the mining of contextual information for ephemeral digital video preservation. International Journal of Digital Curation (IJDC), 4(2), 171-183.
  59. Shah, C., Oh, S., & Oh, J. S. (2009). Research agenda for social Q&A. Library & Information Science Research (LISR), 31(4), 205-209. [Impact factor: 1.485]
  60. Shah, C., Oh, J. S., & Oh, S. (2008). Exploring characteristics and effects of user participation in online social Q&A sites. First Monday, 13(9).
  61. Shah, C. & Eguchi, K. (2008). Improving document representation for story link detection by modeling term topicality. IPSJ Transactions on Databases, 2, 27-35. [Journal Cite Score: 4.1]

Magazine Articles

  1. Shah, C. (2014, February/March). A tale of finding my intellectual home with ASIS&T. ASIS&T Bulletin, 40(3), 16-18.
  2. Shah, C. (2009, Spring). TubeKit - A query-based YouTube crawling toolkit. Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries, 5(1).
  3. Shah, C. (2009, March). ContextMiner: Explore globally, aggregate locally. IEEE Computer Magazine.
  4. Shah, C. (2009, July). What do you look like on YouTube? Politics Magazine.
  5. Shah, C. (2008, Fall). Understanding system implementation and user behavior in a collaborative information seeking environment. Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries, 4(2).
  6. Shah, C., & Marchionini, G. (2008, Spring). ContextMiner: A tool for digital library curators. Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries, 4(1).
  7. Shah, C., & Marchionini, G. (2008, Spring). Capturing relevant information for digital curation. Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries, 4(1).

Conference Papers

  1. Shah, C., & White, R. W. (2021, March 14-19). Bridging task expressions and search queries. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 319-323. [Acceptance rate: 51.9%]
  2. Mehrotra, R., Shah, C., & Carterette, B. (2020, September 22-26). Investigating listeners' responses to divergent recommendations. Proceedings of the Fourteenth ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys), 692-696. [Acceptance rate: 20%]
  3. Fu, Z., Xian, Y., Gao, R., Zhao, J., Huang, Q., Ge, Y., Shah, C., Zhang, Y. & de Melo, G. (2020). Fairness-aware explainable recommendation over knowledge graphs. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 68-78. [Acceptance rate: 20%]
  4. Liu, J., Sarkar, S., & Shah, C. (2020, March 14-18). Identifying and predicting the states of complex search tasks. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 193-202. Vancouver, Canada. [Acceptance rate: 37%]
  5. Ghosh, S., & Shah, C. (2020, January 7-10). Identifying citation sentiment and its influence while indexing scientific papers. Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2517-2526. Grand Wailea, Maui, HI. [Acceptance rate: 47%]
  6. Liu, J., & Shah, C. (2019). Proactive identification of query failure. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 56(1), 176-185. [Best Paper Award]
  7. Ghosh, S., & Shah, C. (2019, November 3-7). Session-based search behavior in naturalistic settings for learning-related tasks. Proceedings of International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM), 2449-2452. Beijing, China. [Acceptance rate: 22.7%]
  8. Gao, R. & Shah, C. (2019, October 2-5). How fair can we go: Detecting the boundaries of fairness optimization in information retrieval. Proceedings of ACM International Conference on Theory of Information Retrieval (ICTIR), 229-236. Santa Clara, CA. [Acceptance rate: 49%]
  9. Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2019). Bridging gaps: Predicting user and task characteristics from partial user information. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 415-424. Paris, France. [Acceptance rate: 20%]
  10. Hienert, D., Kern, D., Mitsui, M., Shah, C., & Belkin, N. (2019, March 10-14). Reading protocol: Understanding what has been read in interactive information retrieval tasks. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 73-81. Glasgow, Scotland, UK. [Acceptance rate: 33%]
  11. Liu, J., Mitsui, M., Belkin, N., & Shah, C. (2019, March 10-14). Task, information seeking intentions, and user behavior: Toward a multi-level understanding of web search. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 123-132. Glasgow, Scotland, UK. [Acceptance rate: 33%]
  12. Liu, J., & Shah, C. (2019, March 10-14). Investigating the impacts of expectation disconfirmation on web search. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 319-323. Glasgow, Scotland, UK. . [Acceptance rate: 49%]
  13. Ghosh, S., & Shah, C. (2019, January 8-11). Toward automatic fake news classification. Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2254-2263. Maui, HI.
  14. Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2018, September 14-17). The broad view of task type using path modeling. Proceedings of ACM International Conference on Theory of Information Retrieval (ICTIR), 131-138. Tianjin, China. [Acceptance rate: 40%]
  15. Mitsui, M., Liu, J., & Shah, C. (2018, July 8-12). How much is too much? Whole session vs. first query behaviors in task prediction. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 1141-1144. Ann Arbor, MI. [Acceptance rate: 21%]
  16. Rath, M., Ghosh, S., & Shah, C. (2018, March 11-15). Exploring online and offline search behavior based on the varying task complexity. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 285-288. New Brunswick, NJ. [Acceptance rate: 40%]
  17. Mitsui, M., Liu, J., & Shah, C. (2018, March 11-15). The paradox of personalization: Does task prediction require individualized models? Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 277-280. New Brunswick, NJ. [Acceptance rate: 40%]
  18. Shah, C. (2018, March 11-15). Information fostering - being proactive with information seeking. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 62-71. New Brunswick, NJ. [Acceptance rate: 38%]
  19. Ghosh, S., Rath, M., & Shah, C. (2018, March 11-15). Searching as learning: exploring search behavior and learning outcomes in learning-related tasks. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 22-31. New Brunswick, NJ. [Acceptance rate: 38%]
  20. Wang, Y., Sarkar, S., & Shah, C. (2018, March 11-15). Juggling with information sources, task type, and information quality: An investigation. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 82-91. New Brunswick, NJ. [Acceptance rate: 38%]
  21. Heinert, D., Mitsui, M., Mayr, P., Shah, C., & Belkin, N. (2018, March 11-15). The role of the task topic in web search of different task types. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 72-81. New Brunswick, NJ. [Acceptance rate: 38%]
  22. Rath, M., Shah, C., & Floegel, D. (2017). Identifying the reasons contributing to question deletion in educational Q&A. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 54(1), 327-336. [Acceptance rate: 38%]
  23. Sarkar, S., Wang, Y., & Shah, C. (2017). Investigating relations of information seeking outcomes to the selection and use of information sources. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 54(1), 347-356. [Acceptance rate: 38%]
  24. Wang, Y., Liu, J., Mandal, S., & Shah, C. (2017). Search successes and failures in query segments and search tasks: A field study. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 54(1), 436-445. [Acceptance rate: 38%]
  25. Mitsui, M., Liu, J., Belkin, N., & Shah, C. (2017, August 7-11). Predicting information seeking intentions from search behaviors. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 1121-1124. Tokyo, Japan. [Acceptance rate: 22%]
  26. Wang, Y., Sarkar, S., & Shah, C. (2017, March 7-11). Investigating information seekers' selection of interpersonal and impersonal sources. Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 353-356. Oslo, Norway. [Acceptance rate: 65%]
  27. Rath, M., Le, L., & Shah, C. (2017, March 7-11). Discerning the quality of questions in educational Q&A using textual features. Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 329-332. Oslo, Norway. [Acceptance rate: 65%]
  28. Zhang, C. Yu, L., Wang, Y, Shah, C., & Zhang, X. (2017, April 27-29). Collaborative user network embedding for social recommender systems. Proceedings of SIAM International Conference on Data Mining (SDM), 381-389. Houston, Texas. [Acceptance rate: 26%]
  29. Le, L., Shah, C., & Choi, E. (2017, March 7-11). Bad users or bad content? Breaking the vicious cycle by finding struggling students in community question-answering. Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR), 165-174. Oslo, Norway. [Acceptance rate: 42%]
  30. Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2017, January 4-7). Query generation as result aggregation for knowledge representation. Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 4365-4374. Waikoloa, HI. [Acceptance rate: 48%]
  31. Choi, D., Shah, C., & Singh, V. (2016, September 12-16). Probing the interconnections between geo-exploration and information exploration behavior. Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp), 1170-1175. Heidelberg, Germany. [Acceptance rate: 23.7%]
  32. Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2016). Multi-word generative query recommendation using topic modeling. Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys), 27-30. Boston, MA. [Acceptance rate: 20%]
  33. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., & Shah, C. (2016, October 14-18). Using affective signals as implicit indicators of information relevance and information processing strategies. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Article No. 50, 1-10. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  34. Rha, E., Belkin, N., Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2016, October 14-18). Exploring the relationships between search intentions and query reformulations. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Article No. 48, 1-9. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  35. Mitsui, M., Shah, C., & Belkin, N. (2016, July 17-23). Extracting information seeking intentions for Web search sessions. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 841-844. Pisa, Italy.
  36. Le, L., Shah, C., & Choi, E. (2016, June 19-23). Evaluating the Quality of Educational Answers in Community Question-Answering. Proceedings of ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 129-138. Newark, NJ. [Best Student Paper Award] [Acceptance rate: 29%]
  37. Le, L., & Shah, C. (2016, March 14-16). Retrieving rising stars in focused community question-answering. Proceedings of Asian Conference on Intelligent Information and Database Systems (ACIIDS). Springer lecture notes in Computer Science (LNCS)/Lecture notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI), 25-36. Da Nang, Vietnam. [Acceptance rate: 39%]
  38. Shah, C. (2015, November 6-10). Building a parsimonious model for identifying best answers using interaction history in community Q&A. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Article No. 51, 1-10. St. Louis, MO. [Acceptance rate: 36%]
  39. Choi, D., Matni, Z., & Shah, C. (2015, November 6-10). Switching sources: A study of people's exploratory search behavior on social media and the Web. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Article No. 45, 1-10. St. Louis, MO. [Acceptance rate: 36%]
  40. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. & Shah, C. (2015, March 24-28). Affective signals as implicit indicators of information relevancy and information processing strategies. Proceedings of iConference 2015, 1-17. Newport Beach, CA. [Acceptance rate: 35%]
  41. Shah, C. & Sonne, J. (2015, March 24-28). Seeking information in online environments - Where, who, and why? Proceedings of iConference 2015, 1-10. Newport Beach, CA. [Acceptance rate: 35%]
  42. Shah, C., Kitzie, V., & Choi, E. (2014, January 6-9). Questioning the question - Addressing the answerability of questions in community question-answering. Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 1386-1395. Waikoloa, HI.
  43. Cole, M., Hendahewa, C., Belkin, N., & Shah, C. (2014, July 6-10). Discrimination between tasks with user activity patterns during information search. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR). Gold Coast, Australia. [Acceptance rate: 21%]
  44. Soulier, L., Shah, C., & Tamine, L. (2014, July 6-10). User-driven system-mediated collaborative information retrieval. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 484-494. Gold Coast, Australia. [Acceptance rate: 21%]
  45. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. and Shah, C. (2014). Performance effects of positive and negative affective states in a collaborative information seeking task. In Baloian N., Burstein F., Ogata H., Santoro F., Zurita G. (Eds.), Collaboration and Technology. CRIWG 2014. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 8658). Springer. [Acceptance rate: 76%]
  46. Choi, D., & Shah, C. (2014). Perceived Value of Information sharing in online environments: User engagement and social reputation. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting 51(1), 1-10. Seattle, WA.
  47. Matni, Z., & Shah, C. (2014). For the love of information: Motivations and affective dynamics of surfing the web for pleasure. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 51(1), 1-10. Seattle, WA.
  48. Choi, E., Scott, C., & Shah, C. (2013, February 12-15). Effects of user identity information on key answer outcomes in social Q&A. Proceedings of iConference 2013. Fort Worth, TX. [Acceptance rate: 36%]
  49. Choi, E., Kitzie, V., & Shah, C. (2013, February 12-15). A machine learning-based approach to predicting success of questions on social question-answering. Proceedings of iConference 2013. Fort Worth, TX. [Acceptance rate: 36%]
  50. Kitzie, V., Choi, E., & Shah, C. (2013, November 1-6). Analyzing question quality through intersubjectivity: World views and objective assessments of questions on social question-answering. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 1-10. Montreal, QC, Canada. [Acceptance rate: 51%]
  51. Hendahewa, C. & Shah, C. (2013, December 4-7). Segmental analysis and evaluation of exploratory search process. Proceedings of IEEE's 12th International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications (ICMLA), 291-294. Miami, FL.
  52. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Haseki, M., & Shah, C. (2012, October 26-30). Time and space in collaborative information seeking: The clash of effectiveness and uniqueness. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 1-10. Baltimore, MD. [Acceptance rate: 40%]
  53. Radford, M., Connaway, L., & Shah, C. (2012, October 26-30). Convergence and synergy: Social Q&A meets virtual reference services. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 1-8. Baltimore, MD. [Acceptance rate: 40%]
  54. Shah, C., Radford, M., Connaway, L., Choi, E., & Kitzie, V. (2012, October 26-30). "How much change do you get from 40$?" Analyzing and addressing failed questions on social Q&A. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 1-10. Baltimore, MD. [Acceptance rate: 40%]
  55. Shah, C., & Kitzie, V. (2012, January 17-20). Modalities, Motivations, and Materials: Investigating Traditional and Social Online Q&A Services. Proceedings of Association for Library & Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Meeting. Dallas, TX.
  56. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Haseki, M., Shah, C. (2012, May 23-28). Communication and Performance Across Different Communication Contexts in a Collaborative Information Seeking Task: A Mixed Method Approach. Proceedings of International Communication Association (ICA) Conference. Pheonix, AZ. [Acceptance rate: 49%]
  57. Shah, C., Liu, J., Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Belkin, N. (2012, October 26-30). Exploration of Dynamic Query Suggestions and Dynamic Search Results For Their Effects on Search Behaviors. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 1-10. Baltimore, MD. [Acceptance rate: 40%]
  58. Shah, C., and File, C. (2011). InfoExtractor - A tool for social media data mining. Proceedings of the Journal of Information Technology and Politics (JITP) Conference, 1-24. Seattle, WA.
  59. Shah, C., & Yazdani nia, T. (2011, May 16-17). Politics 2.0 with Facebook - Collecting and analyzing public comments on Facebook for studying political discourses. Proceedings of the Journal of Information Technology and Politics (JITP) Conference, 1-21. Seattle, WA.
  60. Baym, G., and Shah, C. (2011, May 26-30). The online flow of environmental advocacy clips from The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. Proceedings of the International Communication Association (ICA) 2011 Conference, 14(7), 1017-1038, Boston, MA. [Top Faculty Award]
  61. Shah, C., and Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. (2011, July 24-28). Evaluating the synergic effect of collaboration in information seeking. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 913-922. Beijing, China. [Acceptance rate: 19.8%]
  62. S-O'Brien, L., Read, P., Woolcott, J., & Shah, C. (2011). Understanding privacy behaviors of millennials within social networking sites. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting,1-10. New Orleans, LA. [Acceptance rate: 30.4%]
  63. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Shah, C., & Cardova, N. R. (2011). Smile! Studying expressivity of happiness as a synergic factor in collaborative information seeking. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 1-10. New Orleans, LA. [Acceptance rate: 30.4%]
  64. Shah, C., & Pomerantz, J. (2010, July 19-23). Evaluating and predicting answer quality in community QA. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 411-418. Geneva, Switzerland. [Acceptance rate: 16.7%]
  65. Shah, C., & Gonzalez-Ibanez, Roberto (2010, October 22-27). Exploring information seeking processes in collaborative search tasks. Proceedings of Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), Article No. 60, 1-10. Pittsburgh, PA. [Acceptance rate: 29.7%]
  66. Shah, C., Marchionini, G., & Kelly, D. (2009, April 4-9). Learning design principles for a collaborative information seeking system. Proceedings of ACM SIGCHI Conference 2009, 3419-3424. Boston, MA. [Acceptance rate: 31%]
  67. Shah, C. (2009, April 16-17). Supporting research data collection from YouTube with TubeKit. Proceedings of YouTube and 2008 Election Cycle in the United States, 226-240. Amherst, MA. [3rd prize]
  68. Marchionini, G., Shah, C., Lee, C. A., Capra, R. (2009, June 15-19). Query parameters for harvesting digital video and associated contextual information. Proceedings of ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 77-86. Austin, TX. [Acceptance rate: 28%]
  69. Lee, C. A., Marciano, R., Hou, C., Shah, C. (2009, October 5-6). Mainstreaming preservation through slicing and dicing of digital repositories: Investigating alternative service and resource options for ContextMiner using data grid technology. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPRES), 113-120. San Francisco, CA. [Acceptance rate: 63%]
  70. Edgerly, S., Vraga, E., Fung, T., Moon, T. J., Yoo, W. H., Veenstra, A., & Shah, C. (2009, October 8-10). YouTube as a public sphere: The Proposition 8 debate. Proceedings of Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR) Conference, 1-33. Milwaukee, WI.
  71. Sayre, B., Bode, L., Wilcox, D., Shah, D. V., & Shah, C. (2009, October 8-10). Message flows in a digital age: Tracking attention to Prop. 8 in social media and conventional news. Proceedings of Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR) Conference, 1-37. Milwaukee, WI.
  72. Kelly, D., Shah, C., Sugimoto, C. R., Bailey, E. W., Clemens, R. A., Irvine, A. K., Johnson, N. A., Ke, W., Oh, S., Poljakova, A., Rodriguez, M. A., van Noord, M. G., and Zhang, Y. (2008, October 14-17). The effects of performance feedback on users' evaluations of an interactive IR system. Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Information Interaction in Context (IIiX), 75-82. London, UK. [Acceptance rate: 49%]
  73. Capra, R., Lee, C. A., Marchionini, G., Russell, T., Shah, C., and Stutzman, Fred (2008, June 16-20). Selection and context scoping for digital video collections: An investigation of YouTube and blogs. Proceedings of IEEE ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2008, 211-220. Pittsburgh, PA. [Acceptance rate: 28%]
  74. Pickens, J., Golovchinsky, G., Shah, C., Qvarfordt, P., & Back, M. (2008, July 20-24). Algorithmic mediation for collaborative exploratory search. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 315-322. Singapore. [Best Paper Award] [Acceptance rate: 17%]
  75. Oh, S., Oh, J. S., and Shah, C. (2008, October 24-29). The use of information sources by the internet users in answering questions. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) 2008 Annual Meeting, 45(1), 1-13. Columbus, OH.
  76. Shah, C., & Marchionini, G. (2008, October 24-29). Hunting for hip, hipsters, and happenings on YouTube. Proceedings of ASIST 2008 Annual Meeting, 45(1), 1-16. Columbus, OH.
  77. Shah, C. & Eguchi, Koji (2007, April 2-5). Use of topicality and information measures to improve document representation for story link detection. Proceedings of European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR) 2007, 393-404. Rome, Italy. [Acceptance rate: 19%]
  78. Shah, C. & Croft, W. B. (2004, July 25-29). Evaluating high accuracy retrieval techniques. Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 2-9. Sheffield, UK. [Acceptance rate: 22%]
  79. Shah, C. & Bhattacharyya, P. (2003, December). Improving document vectors representation using semantic links and attributes. Proceedings of International Conference on Natural Language Processing (ICON) 2003, 1-10. Mysore, India.
  80. Shah, C. & Bhattacharyya, P. (2002, November). A study for evaluating the importance of various parts of speech (POS) for information retrieval (IR). Proceedings of International Conference on Universal Knowledge and Language (ICUKL) 2002, 1-10. Goa, India.
  81. Shah, C., Chaudhary, B., & Bhattacharyya, P. (2002, December). Constructing better document vectors using universal networking language (UNL). Proceedings of International Conference on Knowledge Based Computer Systems (KBCS) 2002, 1-10. Mumbai, India.

Conference Posters

  1. Ghosh, S., & Shah, C. (2018, November 10-14). Towards automatic fake news classification [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 55(1). Vancouver, Canada.
  2. Pulliza, J., & Shah, C. (2018, November 10-14). Improving corpus reproducibility through modular text transformations and connected data sets [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 55(1). Vancouver, Canada.
  3. Wang, Y., Liu, J., Mandal, S., & Shah, C. (2018, November 3-7). Persuasion by peer or expert for web search [Poster]. Companion of the 2018 ACM conference on computer supported cooperative work and social computing (CSCW), 225-228. Jersey City.
  4. Ghosh, S., & Shah, C. (2017). Information seeking in learning-oriented search [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 54(1), 682-684.
  5. Choi, D., An, J., Shah, C., & Singh, V. (2017). Examining information search behaviors in small physical space: An escape room study [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 54(1), 640-641.
  6. Choi, D., Shah, C., & Singh, V. (2016, October 14-16). Which Team Benefits from Collaboration?: Investigating Collaborative Information Seeking Using Personal and Social Contextual Signals [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  7. Wang, Y. & Shah, C. (2016, October 14-18). Exploring Support for the Unconquerable Barriers in Information Seeking [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  8. Rath, M. & Shah, C. (2016, October 14-18). Deconstructing the Failure: Analyzing the Unanswered Questions within Educational Q&A [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  9. Choi, D., Matni, Z., & Shah, C. (2016, October 14-18). What Social Media Data Should I Use in My Research?: A Comparative Analysis of Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, and the New York Times Comments [Poster]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  10. Choi, E., Kitzie, V., & Shah, C. (2013). "10 points for the best answer!?" Baiting for explicating knowledge contributions within online Q&A [Poster]. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Article No. 103, 1-4. Montreal, QC, Canada.
  11. Kitzie, V., Choi, E., & Shah, C. (2013). From bad to good: An investigation of question quality and transformation [Poster]. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Article No. 107, 1-4. Montreal, QC, Canada. [SIG USE Best Poster Award]
  12. Haseki, M., Shah, C., Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. (2012, February 11-15). Time as a trigger of interaction and collaboration in research teams: A diary study [Poster]. Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work Companion (CSCW), 95-98. Seattle, WA.
  13. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Haseki, M., and Shah, C. (2012). Understanding effects of time and proximity on collaboration: Implications for technologies to support collaborative information seeking [Poster]. Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI),1805-1810. Austin, TX.
  14. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., & Shah, C. (2012). Investigating positive and negative effects in collaborative information seeking: A pilot study report [Poster]. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 49(1), 1-4. Baltimore, MD.
  15. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Shah, C., & White, R. (2012). Pseudo-collaboration as a method to perform selective algorithmic mediation in collaborative IR systems [Poster]. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 49(1), 1-4. Baltimore, MD.
  16. Choi, E., Kitzie, V., & Shah, C. (2012). Developing a typology of online Q&A models and recommending the right model for each question type [Poster]. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 49(1), 1-4. Baltimore, MD.
  17. Kitzie, V., & Shah, C. (2011). Faster, better, or both? Looking at both sides of online question-answering coin [Poster]. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting 48(1), 1-4. New Orleans, LA.
  18. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. & Shah, C. (2010). Group's affective relevance: A proposal for studying affective relevance in collaborative information seeking [Poster]. Proceedings of the 16th ACM international conference on Supporting group work, 317-318. Sanibel Island, FL.
  19. Lee, C. A., Marciano, R., Hou, C., and Shah, C. (2009, June 15-19). From harvesting to cultivating: Transformation of a Web collecting system into a robust curation environment [Poster]. Proceedings of IEEE/ACM-CS joint conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 423-424. Austin, TX.
  20. Oh, Jung Sun, Shah, C., and Oh, Sanghee (2009, November 6-11). User participation patterns over time in Yahoo! Answers [Poster]. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 46(1), 1-8. Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  21. Shah, C. and Marchionini, G. (2007, June 18-23). Capturing relevant information for digital curation [Poster]. Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 496. Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  22. Fu, X., Kelly, D., and Shah, C. (2007). (2007, July 23-27). Using collaborative queries to improve retrieval for difficult topics [Poster]. Proceedings of the 30th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on research and development in information retrieval conference (SIGIR), 879-880. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  23. Shah, C., Kelly, D., and Fu, X. (2007, July 23-27). Making mind and machine meet: A study of combining cognitive and algorithmic relevance feedback [Poster]. Proceedings of the 30th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval, 877-878. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  24. Marchionini, G., Tibbo, H., Shah, C., & Lee, C. A. (2007, December). Telling the whole story: Selecting and collecting Web-based videos for archival collections [Poster]. Proceedings of Digital Curation Conference (DCC). Washington, DC.
  25. Shah, C., Croft, W. B., & Jensen, D. (2006, October). Representing documents with named entities for story link detection (SLD) [Poster]. Proceedings of the ACM international conference on information and knowledge management (CIKM), 868-869. Arlington, VA.
  26. Shah, C. & Khan, A. N. (2001, May). Spoken document retrieval (SDR) for broadcast news in Indian languages [Poster]. Proceedings of IEEEs International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP) 2001. Salt Lake City, UT.

Conference Demos

  1. Soltani, D., Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2019, March 10-14). Coagmento: Rapid Prototyping of Web Search Experiments [Demo]. Proceedings of ACM conference on human information interaction and retrieval (CHIIR), 376-371. Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
  2. Mitsui, M., Liu, J., & Shah, C. (2018, March 11-15). Coagmento: Past, present, and future of an individual and collaborative information seeking platform [Demo]. Proceedings of the 2018 conference on human information interaction & retrieval (CHIIR), 325-38. New Brunswick, NJ.
  3. Pulliza, J., & Shah, C. (2018, March 11-15). Information Retrieval and Interaction System (IRIS): A toolkit for investigating information retrieval and interaction activities [Demo]. Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on human information interaction & retrieval (CHIIR), 333-335. New Brunswick, NJ.
  4. Mitsui, M., & Shah, C. (2016, June 19-23). Coagmento 2.0: A system for capturing individual and group information seeking behavior [Demo]. Proceedings of ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 233-234. Newark, NJ.
  5. Choi, D., Matni, Z., & Shah, C. (2015, November 6-10). SOCRATES 2.0: Bridging the gap between researchers and social media data through natural language interactions [Demo]. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST) 2015, 52(1), 1-4. St. Louis, MO.
  6. Matni, Z., Choi, D., & Shah, C. (2014, November 1-6). A demonstration of SOCRATES: Streamlining the collection, analysis and exploration of social media data [Demo]. Proceedings of Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST). Seattle, WA.
  7. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., & Shah, C. (2011). Coagmento - A system for supporting collaborative information seeking [Demo]. Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, 48(1), 1-4. New Orleans, LA.
  8. Shah, C. (2010, February 6-11). Coagmento - A collaborative information seeking, synthesis and sense-making framework. Integrated [Demo]. CSCW 2010. Savannah, GA
  9. Shah, C. (2009, June 15-19). ContextMiner: building context-rich digital collections [Demo]. Proceedings of IEEE/ACM-CS joint conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 475-476. Austin, TX.
  10. Shah, C. (2009, April 1-3). ContextMiner - Collect different [Demo]. Proceedings of DigCCurr 2009 Conference. Chapel Hill, NC.
  11. Shah, C. (2009, June 15-19). ContextMiner - Explore globally, aggregate locally [Demo.] Proceedings of IEEE ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2009. Austin, TX.
  12. Shah, C. (2008, June). ). TubeKit - A query-based YouTube crawling toolkit [Demo]. Proceedings of ACM/IEEE-DS joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 433. Pittsburgh, PA.
  13. Shah, C. and Marchionini, G. (2007, June 18-23). ContextMiner: A tool for digital curator [Demo]. Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 514. Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  14. Shah, C. and Marchionini, G. (2007, July 23-27). DiscoverInfo: A tool for discovering information with relevance and novelty [Demo]. Proceedings of the 30th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on research and development in information retrieval (SIGIR), 902. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Workshop Papers

  1. Belkin, N., Hienert, D., Philipp, M., & Shah, C. (2017, September 11-14). Data requirements for evaluation of personalization of information retrieval [Position paper]. Personalized Search Evaluation Lab at CLEF 2017, Dublin, Ireland.
  2. Gonzelez-Ibanez, R., & Shah, C. (2015, August 13). Affective signals as implicit indicators of information relevancy and information processing strategies [Paper presentation]. NeuroIR2015 workshop at SIGIR 2015, Santiago, Chile.
  3. Shah, C., Capra, R., & Hansen, P. (2015). Workshop on social and collaborative information seeking (SCIS). ACM SIGIR Forum, 49(2), 117-122.
  4. Shah, C. (2013, February 24). Collaborative information seeking (CIS): Challenges and opportunities. Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking at CSCW 2013 Conference. San Antonio, TX.
  5. Shah, C. (2013, August). A proposal for user-focused evaluation and prediction of information seeking process. Position paper at EuroHCIR workshop at ACM Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR) Conference, Dublin, Ireland.
  6. Hendahewa, C. & Shah, C. (2013, October 3-4). Segmental analysis of the user online search process [Position paper]. Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR) workshop, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  7. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Shah, C., White, R. (2012, October 4-5). Pseudo-collaboration as a method to perform selective algorithmic mediation in collaborative IR systems [Paper]. Sixth Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR), Cambridge, MA.
  8. Kitzie, V., Choi, E., Shah, C. (2012, October 4-5). To ask or not to ask, that is the question: Investigating methods and motivations for online Q&A [Poster]. Sixth Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR). Cambridge, MA.
  9. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R., Shah, C., & Haseki, M. (2011, October 20). A method to evaluate the synergic effect in collaborative information seeking [Poster]. Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR). Mountain View, CA.
  10. Gonzalez-Ibanez, R. and Shah, C. (2010, August 22). A proposal for measuring and implementing group's affective relevance in collaborative information seeking [Poster]. Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR) 2010, New Brunswick, NJ.
  11. Shah, C. (2010, February 7). Working in collaboration - What, why, and how? Proceedings of Collaborative Information Retrieval workshop at CSCW 2010. Savannah, GA.
  12. Shah, C. (2010, August 22). Information derivatives - a new way to examine information propagation. Proceedings of Workshop on Human Computer Interaction and Retrieval (HCIR) 2010. New Brunswick, NJ.
  13. Shah, C. (2009, May 10). Lessons and challenges for collaborative information seeking (CIS) systems developers [Position Paper]. Proceedings of Collaborative Information Behavior Workshop at GROUP 2009. Sanibel Island, FL.
  14. Shah, C. and Marchionini, G. (2009, October 23). Query reuse in exploratory search tasks [Poster]. Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR) 2009, Washington, DC.
  15. Shah, C. (2008, June 20). Toward collaborative information seeking (CIS) [Position Paper]. Proceedings of Collaborative Exploratory Search workshop at JCDL 2008. Pittsburgh, PA.
  16. Marchionini, G., Capra, R., & Shah, C. (2008, October 23). Focus on results: Personal and group information seeking over time [Poster]. Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR) 2008, Seattle, WA.
  17. Shah, C. & Marchionini, G. (2007, June 23). Preserving 2008 US presidential election videos. Proceedings of International Web Archiving Workshop (IWAW). Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  18. Shah, C. and Gupta, R. (2005, July). Building plans for household tasks from distributed knowledge [Poster]. Proceedings of IJCAI 2005 Workshop - Modeling Natural Action Selection (MNAS). Edinburgh, UK.

Doctoral Consortium

  1. Shah, C. (2008, July 20). Understanding system implementation and user behavior in a collaborative information seeking environment [Doctoral Consortium]. ACM Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR) 2008, Singapore.
  2. Shah, C. (2008, June 16). Understanding system implementation and user behavior in a collaborative information seeking environment [Doctoral Consortium]. ACM IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2008, Pittsburgh, PA.

Panels

  1. Singh, V. K., Shah, C., Gwizdka, J., Joho, H., & Gurrin, C. (2017). From sensors to sense-making: Opportunities and challenges for information science [Panel]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 54(1), 599-602.
  2. Rath, M., Zakharchuk, O., Shah, C., Oh, S., Gazan, R., & Subramaniam, M. (2017). Learnsourcing: Is it working or failing, and where to go from here? [Panel]. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST), 54(1), 591-594.
  3. Shah, C., He, D., Radford, M. L., Oh, J. S. & Connaway, L. S. (2013, February 12-15). Collaboration in action: Enabling innovative scholarship with social and crowdsourcing services [Peer-reviewed Panel]. iConference 2013, Fort Worth, TX.
  4. Radford, M., Connaway, L., Shah, C., & Wildemuth, B. (2013). Research roadshow: Research design beyond the ordinary [Peer-Reviewed Panel]. Association of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada.
  5. Radford, M., Shah, C., Mon, L., & Gazan, R. (2011). Stepping stones to synergy: Social Q&A and virtual reference [Peer-Reviewed Panel]. American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  6. Shachaf, P., Rosenbaum, H., Abels, E., Radford, M., Connaway, L., Gazan, R. and Shah, C. (2009, November 6-11). Social reference and digital reference: Online question answering practices in two diverse communities [Peer-Reviewed Panel]. American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  7. Radford, M. L., Connaway, L. S., Pomerantz, J., Shah, C., Oh, J. S., Oh, S., and Gazan, R. (2009, November 6-11). Opportunities, threats, & theoretical approaches: Research in traditional and social virtual reference quality [Peer-Reviewed Panel]. American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Technical Reports

  1. Feng, Y., Saelid, D., Li, K., Gao, R., & Shah, C. (2020). University of Washington at TREC 2020 Fairness Ranking Track.
  2. Shah, C., Capra, R., & Hansen, P. (2015). Report on the Workshop on Social and Collaborative Information Seeking (SCIS). DIMACS, Rutgers University.
  3. Shah, C., Naaman, M., & Mason, W. (2014). Notes from the Social Media Workshop. DIMACS, Rutgers University.
  4. Marchionini, G., Tibbo, H., Lee, C. A., Jones, P., Capra, R., Geisler, G., Russell, T., Shah, C., Sheble, L., Jorda, S., Song, Y., Howard, D. E., Clemens, R., and Hill, B. (2009, June). VidArch: Preserving video objects and context final report. SILS Technical Report TR-2009-01. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
  5. Shah, C. (2006). Story link detection (SLD) Using relational knowledge discovery [MS Thesis]. University of Massachusetts.
  6. Eguchi, K. & Shah, C. (2006, November). Opinion retrieval experiments using generative models (Notebook version). TREC 2006. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg.
  7. Nallapati, R. & Shah, C. (2005). Evaluating the quality of query refinement suggestions in information retrieval (Technical report #IR-521). Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval (CIIR), Dept. of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  8. Connell, M., Feng, A., Kumaran, G., Raghavan, H., Shah, C., & Allan, J. (2004). University of Massachusetts at TDT 2004 (Notebook Version). Topic Detection and Tracking (TDT) 2004. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
  9. Ramakirshnan, G., Bellare, K., Shah, C., and Paranjpe, D. (2003). Generic text summarization using WordNet for novelty and HARD (Notebook Version). TREC 2003. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
  10. Shah, C. (2002). Automatic organization of text documents in categories using self-organizing map (SOM). IEEE's Regional Student Paper Contest. [3rd Prize Winner]
  11. Shah, C. (2002). Text documents classification using self-organizing map (SOM) for information retrieval [MTech Thesis]. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).
  12. Shah, C. (2000). EnCoversion system from English to universal networking language (UNL) [BE Project Dissertation]. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).

Patents

  1. Gupta, R. & Shah, C. Building Plans For Household Tasks From Distributed Knowledge. U.S. Patent Application No.: 11/296,020. Issued on May 6, 2008.