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Supporting the Running and Analysis of Trials of Web-Based Behavioural Interventions: The LifeGuide
Found in: e-Science and Grid Computing, International Conference on
By Yang Yang, Adrian Osmond, Xiaoyu Chen, Mark Weal, Gary Wills, David De Roure, Judith Joseph, Lucy Yardley
Issue Date:December 2009
pp. 50-57
Behavioural interventions - packages of advice and support for behaviour change - are one of the most important methodologies and technologies employed by social scientists for understanding and changing behaviour. A typical web-based behavioural intervent...
 
Semantic Technologies for Learning and Teaching in the Web 2.0 Era
Found in: IEEE Intelligent Systems
By Thanassis Tiropanis, Hugh Davis, Dave Millard, Mark Weal
Issue Date:November 2009
pp. 49-53
<p>Deploying semantic tools and services over a field of linked data could be a way to address many current challenges of higher education.</p>
 
UbiComp in opportunity spaces: challenges for participatory design
Found in: Proceedings of the ninth conference on Participatory design: Expanding boundaries in design - Volume 1 (PDC '06)
By Danius Michaelides, David De Roure, David Millard, Don Cruickshank, Eva Hornecker, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, John Halloran, Mark Weal
Issue Date:August 2006
pp. 47-56
The rise of ubiquitous computing (UbiComp), where pervasive, wireless and disappearing technologies offer hitherto unavailable means of supporting activity, increasingly opens up 'opportunity spaces'. These are spaces where there is no urgent problem to be...
     
Unfolding understandings: co-designing UbiComp In Situ, over time
Found in: Proceedings of the 6th ACM conference on Designing Interactive systems (DIS '06)
By Danius Michaelides, David De Roure, David Millard, Don Cruickshank, Eva Hornecker, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, John Halloran, Mark Weal
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 109-118
A key challenge in co-designing UbiComp is that users may have limited understanding or experience of these technologies. While the value of situated co-design activities for promoting understanding is known, the role of time is less well researched. Here ...
     
The literacy fieldtrip: using UbiComp to support children's creative writing
Found in: Proceeding of the 2006 conference on Interaction design and children (IDC '06)
By Danius Michaelides, David De Roure, David Millard, Don Cruickshank, Eva Hornecker, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, John Halloran, Mark Weal
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 17-24
Fieldtrips, traditionally associated with science, history and geography teaching, have long been used to support children's learning by allowing them to engage with environments first-hand. Recently, ubiquitous computing (UbiComp) has been used to enhance...
     
Ubi-learning integrates indoor and outdoor experiences
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Cliff Randell, Danae Stanton Fraser, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Mark Weal, Sara Price, Yvonne Rogers
Issue Date:January 2005
pp. 55-59
Digital augmentation dissolves many of the physical barriers to learning by offering tools to integrate data and discoveries that travel with students as they explore new terrain.
     
Shared visiting in EQUATOR city
Found in: Proceedings of the 4th international conference on Collaborative virtual environments (CVE '02)
By Anthony Steed, Areti Galani, Barry Brown, Chris Greenhalgh, Cliff Randell, Danius Michaelides, Dave Millard, Ian MacColl, Ian Taylor, Mark Weal, Matthew Chalmers, Nick Dalton, Ruth Conroy, Steve Benford, Tom Rodden
Issue Date:September 2002
pp. 88-94
In this paper we describe an infrastructure and prototype system for sharing of visiting experiences across multiple media. The prototype supports synchronous co-visiting by physical and digital visitors, with digital access via either the World Wide Web o...
     
Automating the linking of content and concept
Found in: Proceedings of the eighth ACM international conference on Multimedia (MULTIMEDIA '00)
By Colin Bird, Mark Weal, Paul Lewis, Robert Tansley, Wendy Hall
Issue Date:October 2000
pp. 445-447
In previous work we have described a multimedia system, MAVIS 2, supporting content and concept based retrieval and navigation. A central component of the system is a multimedia thesaurus in which media content is associated with appropriate concepts in a ...
     
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