- Remote testing and video software & programs (UserTesting, Morae, Camtasia)
- Wireframing technologies (Balsamiq, Gliffy)
- Survey tools (Qualtrics, SurveyMonkey)
- Statistical software (SPSS, R)
- qualitative research techniques, e.g. diary studies, interviews, focus groups, content analysis and usability testing
- quantitative research techniques, e.g. surveys, scale development, log analysis, behavioral data analysis, data modeling
- statistical analysis, e.g. mixed-effects multilevel models, ANOVA, t-tests, correlation, regression, and power analysis
Engaged or Frustrated? Disambiguating Engagement or Frustration in Search [Dissertation Work], Fall 2015. Copy available here.
- Created within-subjects study design involving behavioral, self-report and physiological data
- Completed regression, correlational, and multilevel growth model analysis using R.
The Impact of Query Interface on Stress and Workload, Fall 2013-4
- Created study design (involving both behavioral and qualitative measures) and made changes to interface used in study
- Chose search tasks and study instruments
- Collected physiological data via the BioPac and performed data analysis using R
Task Complexity and Search Behavior Project, Spring 2012
- Developed and evaluated search tasks with varying levels of cognitive complexity
- Developed study design and ran study participants
- Performed data analysis using SPSS
Vertical Search Results Display Project, Fall 2012
- Developed interfaces for displaying vertical search results
- Ran study participants and performed data analysis using SPSS
Edwards, A., and Kelly, D. (2017). Engaged or Frustrated? Disambiguating Emotional State in Search. In Proceedings of ACM SIGIR conference, Tokyo, Japan, August 2017 (SIGIR’17), 10 pages.
Costello, K. L., Martin, J. D., & Edwards Brinegar, A. (2017). Online disclosure of illicit information: Information behaviors in two drug forums. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
Edwards Brinegar, A. (2017). Creating a Research Podcast. Retrieved from: https://medium.com/facebook-research/creating-a-research-podcast-5e3df8c05ffc
Edwards, A., & Kelly, D. (2016). How does Interest in a Work Task Impact Search Behavior and Engagement?. In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM on Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (pp. 249-252). ACM.
Edwards, A., & Kelly, D. (2016). Engagement in Information Search. In Why Engagement Matters (pp. 157-176). Springer International Publishing.
Edwards, A., and Kelly, D. (2015). The Utility of Physiological Signals in Disambiguating Engagement and Frustration During Search. SIGIR 2015 Workshop on Neuro-Physiological Methods in IR Research, August 13, 2015, Santiago, Chile.
Edwards, A., Kelly, D., and Azzopardi, L. (2015). The Impact of Query Interface Design on Stress, Workload and Performance. In Advances in Information Retrieval, 691-702. Springer International Publishing.
Kelly, D., Arguello, J., Edwards, A., and Wu, W.C. (2015). Development and Evaluation of Search Tasks for IIR Experiments using a Cognitive Complexity Framework. SIGIR International Conference on the Theory of Information Retrieval.
Arguello, J., Wu, W.C., Kelly, D., and Edwards, A. (2012). Task complexity, vertical display, and user interaction in aggregated search. Proceedings of the 35th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, 435-444.