Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Australian Human Computer Interaction Conference Starts Wednesday

OZCHI 2020, the Australian Human Computer Interaction Conference, starts Wednesday. Here is the program with items of note highlighted:

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

11:00 - 11:45 Paper Session: Motivating Chair: George Buchanen

Investigating Electronic Nicotine Delivery System Use Habits and Contexts Forest Sweeney and Moushumi Sharmin

15:00 - 15:45 Paper Session: Children Chair: Stephen Snow

Enabling adults with less education to support their child’s education through hyperlocal educational videos Deepak Padhi, Rohan Jhunja, and Anirudha Joshi

Serious Game Design To Promote Energy Literacy Among Children Mark Bayley, Stephen Snow, Jason Weigel, and Neil Horrocks

Local Perspectives for Sharing Economy Design on a Remote Tourist Island Greicy Silva, Peter Lyle, and Cláudia Silva

18:00 - 18:45 Paper Session: Wellbeing Chair: Irith Williams

You can’t always get what you want: Streamlining stakeholder interests when designing technology-supported services for Active and Assisted Living Kira Oberschmidt, Christiane Grünloh, Sefora Tunc, Lex van Velsen, and Femke Nijboer

“It Looks Like You Don’t Agree”: Idiosyncratic Practices and Preferences in Collaborative Writing Ida Larsen-Ledet and Marcel Borowski

Thursday, December 3, 2020 All times are AEDT

12:00 - 13:00 Among UX: Imposters, Crewmates and Noobs

Join our Industry Panel for a lively discussion to understand what industry wants, what students need and what we should teach our graduates. How do we prepare and guide our students to go from noobs in the industry, to being effective crewmates, and then become the leaders of the future, and not imposters.

13:00 - 13:45 Paper Session: Designing Chair: Donna Spencer

Codesign approaches to University-Industry Collaborations Ben Schouten, Gwen Klerks, Marcel Den Hollander, and Nicolai Hansen

Wednesday, December 2, 2020 All times are AEDT

10:00 - 10:45 Paper Session: Collaborating Chair: Aaron Quigley

Software Project Work in an African Context: Myths, Maps and Messes Muhammad Sadi Adamu

Friday, December 4, 2020

11:00 - 11:45 Paper Session: Aged Care Chair: Jenny Waycott

Privacy by Design in Aged Care Monitoring Devices? Well, Not Quite Yet! Sami Alkhatib, Jenny Waycott, George Buchanan, Marthie Grobler, and Shuo Wang

12:00 -12:45 Paper Session: Ageing Well Chair: Naseem Ahmadpour

Older adults and their acquisition of digital skills: A review of current research evidence Priyankar Bhattacharjee, Steven Baker, and Jenny Waycott

14:00 -14:45 Paper Session: Interacting Chair: Callum Parker

Usage and Effect of Eye Tracking in Remote Guidance Chun Xiao, Weidong Huang, and Mark Billinghurst

Smart Donations: Event-Driven Conditional Donations Using Smart Contracts On The Blockchain Ludwig Trotter, Mike Harding, Peter Shaw, Nigel Davies, Chris Elsden, Aydin Abadi, Chris Speed, John Vines, and Joshua Hallwright

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