publication . Article . 2017

Report on the Second International Workshop on the Evaluation on Collaborative Information Seeking and Retrieval (ECol?2017 @ CHIIR)

Leif Azzopardi; Jeremy Pickens; Chirag Shah; Laure Soulier; Lynda Tamine;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 2017
  • Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
The 2nd workshop on the evaluation of collaborative information retrieval and seeking (ECol) was held in conjunction with the ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction & Retrieval (CHIIR) in Oslo, Norway. The workshop focused on discussing the challenges and difficulties of researching and studying collaborative information retrieval and seeking (CIS/CIR). After an introductory and scene setting overview of developments in CIR/CIS, participants were challenged with devising a range of possible CIR/CIS tasks that could be used for evaluation purposes. Through the brainstorming and discussions, valuable insights regarding the evaluation of CIR/CIS ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Hardware and Architecture, Management Information Systems, Data science, Information retrieval, Collaborative information seeking, Computer science, Brainstorming, Knowledge sharing
16 references, page 1 of 2

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[2] D. Castilho, P. Melo, D. Quercia, and F. Benevenuto. Working with friends: Unveiling working anity features from facebook data. In ICWSM, 2014.

[3] S. Chang and A. Pal. Routing questions for collaborative answering in community question answering. In ASONAM, pages 494-501. ACM, 2013.

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[5] J. Foster. Collaborative information seeking and retrieval. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 40(1), 2006.

[6] B. Li and I. King. Routing questions to appropriate answerers in community question answering services. In CIKM. ACM, 2010.

[7] M. R. Morris, J. Teevan, and K. Panovich. What do people ask their social networks, and why?: A survey study of status messages. In CHI, pages 1739-1748, 2010. [OpenAIRE]

[8] A. Oeldorf-Hirsh, M. R. Morris, J. Teevan, and G. Darren. To search or to ask: The routing of information needs between traditional search engines and social networks. In ICWSM, 2014. [OpenAIRE]

[9] S. A. Paul, L. Hong, and H. Chi. Is twitter a good place for asking questions? a characterization study. In ICWSM, 2011.

[10] C. Shah. Coagmento- a collaborative information seeking, synthesis and sense-making framework. In Integrated demo at CSCW 2010, 2010.

[11] C. Shah and R. Gonza´lez-Iba´n˜ez. Evaluating the synergic ee↵ct of collaboration in information seeking. In SIGIR, pages 913-922, 2011.

[12] C. Shah and R. Gonzalez-Ibanez. Collaborative information seeking lab experiments dataset. http://infoseeking.org/data.php#cis2010, 2017.

[13] L. Soulier, L. Tamine, and G. Nguyen. Answering twitter questions: a model for recommending answerers through social collaboration. In CIKM, pages 267-276, 2016.

[14] L. Soulier, L. Tamine, T. Sakai, L. Azzopardi, and J. Pickens. Report on the first international workshop on the evaluation on collaborative information seeking and retrieval (ecol'2015). SIGIR Forum, 50(1):42-48, 2016.

[15] L. Tamine, L. Soulier, L. Ben Jabeur, F. Amblard, C. Hanachi, G. Hubert, and C. Roth. Social media-based collaborative information access: Analysis of online crisis-related twitter conversations. In HT, pages 159-168. ACM, 2016. [OpenAIRE]

16 references, page 1 of 2
Abstract
The 2nd workshop on the evaluation of collaborative information retrieval and seeking (ECol) was held in conjunction with the ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction & Retrieval (CHIIR) in Oslo, Norway. The workshop focused on discussing the challenges and difficulties of researching and studying collaborative information retrieval and seeking (CIS/CIR). After an introductory and scene setting overview of developments in CIR/CIS, participants were challenged with devising a range of possible CIR/CIS tasks that could be used for evaluation purposes. Through the brainstorming and discussions, valuable insights regarding the evaluation of CIR/CIS ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Hardware and Architecture, Management Information Systems, Data science, Information retrieval, Collaborative information seeking, Computer science, Brainstorming, Knowledge sharing
16 references, page 1 of 2

[1] CIR '11: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval, New York, NY, USA, 2011. ACM. 605110.

[2] D. Castilho, P. Melo, D. Quercia, and F. Benevenuto. Working with friends: Unveiling working anity features from facebook data. In ICWSM, 2014.

[3] S. Chang and A. Pal. Routing questions for collaborative answering in community question answering. In ASONAM, pages 494-501. ACM, 2013.

[4] B. M. Evans and E. H. Chi. An elaborated model of social search. IP&M, 46(6):656-678, 2010.

[5] J. Foster. Collaborative information seeking and retrieval. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 40(1), 2006.

[6] B. Li and I. King. Routing questions to appropriate answerers in community question answering services. In CIKM. ACM, 2010.

[7] M. R. Morris, J. Teevan, and K. Panovich. What do people ask their social networks, and why?: A survey study of status messages. In CHI, pages 1739-1748, 2010. [OpenAIRE]

[8] A. Oeldorf-Hirsh, M. R. Morris, J. Teevan, and G. Darren. To search or to ask: The routing of information needs between traditional search engines and social networks. In ICWSM, 2014. [OpenAIRE]

[9] S. A. Paul, L. Hong, and H. Chi. Is twitter a good place for asking questions? a characterization study. In ICWSM, 2011.

[10] C. Shah. Coagmento- a collaborative information seeking, synthesis and sense-making framework. In Integrated demo at CSCW 2010, 2010.

[11] C. Shah and R. Gonza´lez-Iba´n˜ez. Evaluating the synergic ee↵ct of collaboration in information seeking. In SIGIR, pages 913-922, 2011.

[12] C. Shah and R. Gonzalez-Ibanez. Collaborative information seeking lab experiments dataset. http://infoseeking.org/data.php#cis2010, 2017.

[13] L. Soulier, L. Tamine, and G. Nguyen. Answering twitter questions: a model for recommending answerers through social collaboration. In CIKM, pages 267-276, 2016.

[14] L. Soulier, L. Tamine, T. Sakai, L. Azzopardi, and J. Pickens. Report on the first international workshop on the evaluation on collaborative information seeking and retrieval (ecol'2015). SIGIR Forum, 50(1):42-48, 2016.

[15] L. Tamine, L. Soulier, L. Ben Jabeur, F. Amblard, C. Hanachi, G. Hubert, and C. Roth. Social media-based collaborative information access: Analysis of online crisis-related twitter conversations. In HT, pages 159-168. ACM, 2016. [OpenAIRE]

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publication . Article . 2017

Report on the Second International Workshop on the Evaluation on Collaborative Information Seeking and Retrieval (ECol?2017 @ CHIIR)

Leif Azzopardi; Jeremy Pickens; Chirag Shah; Laure Soulier; Lynda Tamine;