Rhema Linder

Rhema Linder holds a PhD from his time in the Interface Ecology Lab at Texas A&M University. He is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville at the PAIRS group. His research investigates software systems for managing information spaces for creative productivity in networks of human and AI and systems. This is important because different contexts for creative productivity, such as engineering, design, writing, and scholarship all take advantage of emerging software information spaces and cognitive processes. Performing analysis and using social media are fundamentally creative activities. His research tends to look at these areas with a multidisciplinary lens, relating theory beyond HCI from disciplines such as creative cognition, curation, and social science. His work includes ethnographic, analytic, and design research of online curation for activities on the web and beyond.

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