I have three new publications in the OzCHI 2015 conference proceedings:
Davis, H. & Waycott, J. (2015). Ethical Encounters: HCI Research in Sensitive and Complex Settings. In Proceedings OzCHI 2015, pp. 667-669.
Davis, H., Waycott, J., & Zhou, S. (2015). Beyond YouTube: Sharing Personal Digital Stories on a Community Display. In Proceedings OzCHI 2015, pp. 579-587.
Waycott, J., Wadley, G., Schutt, S., Stabolidis, A., & Lederman, R. (2015). The Challenge of Technology Research in 'Sensitive HCI'. In Proceedings OzCHI 2015, pp. 240-249.
An article I wrote for the Conversation was published today: Connecting Online Can Prevent Social Isolation in Older People.
The second workshop on Ethical Encounters in HCI will be held on 7th December in Melbourne, Australia, as part of the OzCHI 2015 conference.
We invite researchers working in sensitive settings to submit position papers of up to 4 pages (in the OzCHI 2015 template) that describe experiences such as:
For more information see: ethicalencountershci.wordpress.com
Dr Jenny Waycott, Associate Professor, School of Computing & Information Systems, The University of Melbourne
Contact: jwaycott @ unimelb.edu.au