Henna Kim

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This research explores two aspects of collaborative use on a large-scale multi-touch display: asynchronous access and multiple-input use in group work. We conducted a user test in an experimental setting to study group interactions on a shared display. We discuss how asynchronous touch interactions could support collaborative performance on the display, as(More)
The Internet-enabled smartphones are readily enabling ubiquitous and continuous access to information. Recent reports showed that Hispanics are more likely to own smartphones and use the mobile Internet than other racial groups in the U.S.A. However, little is known about the mobile access and use of smartphones in seeking health information for this group.(More)
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