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Christine Toh's  homepage on the web!

I am an Assistant Professor in IT Innovation in the School of Interdisciplinary Informatics (Si2), in the College of Information Science and Technology in the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). I am part of the research group the BRIDGE lab, and my research involves studying design creativity and how emerging technology is shaping the field of design by investigating how individuals and teams of designers make decisions in the early stages of design. You will find more information about me on this site, and you can also read about my current and past research under the Research link. Students who wish to join my research team should read the information posted on the Prospective Students page. I also document my past and current projects, recent travels, and other activities that I will be participating in.


Updates.

April 11, 2018 | Dr. Toh has been awarded NSF CRII grant for the project titled "CHS: Knowing and Creating: Implications of Increased Information Availability During the Design Process".

January 23, 2018 | I am seeking Masters Thesis and PhD student researchers to be involved research on creativity and design decision-making in the BRIDGE lab. For details, visit the Prospective Students page.

January 8, 2018 | Nicole Damen joins my research team at the BRIDGE lab officially as PhD student!

January 4, 2018 | Kevin Lumbard and Ammar Abid presenting our paper titled "Knowing and Designing: Understanding Information Use in Open Source Design Through the Lens of Information Archetypes" at HICSS 2018!

December, 2017 | I will be teaching both ITIN1110: Introduction to IT Innovation and ITIN2220: Applied IT Innovation this coming Spring 2018 semester. More information on the Teaching page.




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