Erik Choi
Teaching assistant
Doctoral student
Communication
Contact Info
Email:
swchoi@eden.rutgers.edu
Academic Adviser:
Chirag Shah
Education
MA, Communication Management and Technologies, New York University
BA, Advertising, Illinois Inst Art,Chicago
Research

Information Seeking behavior

Social Q&A services

Social media

Publications and Presentations

Conference Presentations:


Shah, C., Kitzie, V., & Choi, E. (2014). Questioning the Question – Addressing the Answerability of Questions in Community Question-Answering. Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). January 6-9, 2014. 

Kitzie, V., Choi, E., & Shah, C. (2013). Analyzing Question Quality through Intersubjectivity: World Views and Objective Assessments of Questions on Social Question-Answering. In Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC, Canada.

Choi, E., Scott, R. C., & Shah, C. (2013). Effects of User Identity Information On Key Answer Outcomes in Social Q&A. Proceedings in iConference 2013 Annual Meeting, Forth Worth, Texas.

Choi, E., Kitzie, V., & Shah, C. (2013). A machine learning-based approach to predicting success of questions on social question-answering. Proceedings in iConference 2013 Annual Meeting, Forth Worth, Texas.

Scott, R. C., & Choi, E. (2012). Blog Comments Within and Across Four Industries: A Preliminary Examination of Commenter Identity and Disclosure Amount. Proceedings of the annual convention of the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL.

Shah, C., Radford, M., Connaway, L., Choi, E., & Kitzie, V. (October, 2012). "How Much Change Do You Get from 40$?" – Analyzing and Addressing Failed Questions on Social Q&A. Paper in Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Baltimore, Maryland.


Conference Posters

Kitzie, V., Choi, E., & Shah, C. (2013). From Bad to Good: An Investigation of Question Quality and Transformation. Poster in Proceedings of Association of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC, Canada. [SIG USE Best Poster Award]

Choi, E., Kitzie, V., & Shah, C. (2013). “10 points for the best answer!” – Baiting for Explicating Knowledge Contributions within Online Q&A. Poster in Proceedings of Association of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC, Canada.

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 in Proceedings of American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting. Baltimore, Maryland.

Kitzie, V., Choi, E., & Shah, C. (2012) To Ask or Not to Ask, That is The Question: Investigating Methods and Motivations for Online Q&A. Poster in Proceedings of Workshop on Human Computer Interaction and Retrieval (HCIR). Cambridge, MA.

Workshop Presentations

Choi, E., & Sanchez, J. (September, 2012). Analyzing How Differently Startups and mature Organizations Use Twitter For Sharing Information. Poster in Proceedings of Workshop on Information In Networks (WIN). NewY ork, NY.