An interview I did with Professor Geraldine Fitzpatrick for her podcast “Changing Academic Life” is now available to listen to. The podcast series is an incredibly valuable resource for anyone interested in reflecting on their own academic approach and work-life strategies.
My university, Sheffield Hallam University (UK), is currently inviting applications for funded PhD scholarships across a range of subject areas. This is a competitive process and applicants must satisfy a number of eligibility criteria. Specifically, I will be supervising students in three areas: Cultural Heritage technologies Tangible interaction and physical/digital materialities CSCW and the collaborative economy…… Continue reading PhD Scholarship opportunities at SHU
Two new publications have appeared this November: first of all, a paper I have written with Marc McLoughlin on “Supporting Place-Specific Interaction Through a Physical/Digital Assembly”, published in the Human-Computer Interaction journal. It is fully open access, so anyone can read it at this link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07370024.2017.1399061 Secondly, the proceedings of the workshop on “Nomadic Cultures Beyond…… Continue reading New Publications in November 2017
I have written a blog post for Digital Leaders on the challenges of innovating digital technologies for cultural heritage. You can read it here.
The book I have edited with my meSch project colleagues Areti Damala, Eva Hornecker, Monika Lechner and Laura Maye has now been published by Routledge. “Cultural Heritage Communities: Technologies and Challenges” collects ideas from different disciplines, cultures, methods and goals, to inspire scholars and practitioners involved in community heritage projects. Cultural heritage communities of interest have…… Continue reading New Book: “Cultural Heritage Communities: Technologies and Challenges”