Viil Lid

Interests: Dissertation research focuses on the development of key information sharing roles in sociotechnical networks, utilizing structural signatures and longitudinal social network analysis investigating membership trajectories in an online community of practice over seven years. Also involved in research on cell phone-based expert systems for health behavioral change. Interested in interdisciplinary research related to the areas of sociotechnical networks; communication in communities and organizations; roles and identity; computer supported communication, collaboration, and learning; information and communication technology management; human computer interaction; multimedia; behavioral change; telemedicine; mobile and ubiquitous computing; and augmented reality.

Website: http://www.viil.net

CIS PhD Dissertation: Investigating the Evolution of Key Member Roles in Socio-Technical Networks: Introducing the Composite Role Framework