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Does the Internet Change How We Die and Mourn? Overview and Analysis
Social network sites can bring dying and grieving out of both the private and public realms and into the everyday life of social networks beyond the immediate family, and provide an audience for once private communications with the dead.
Designing social networking sites for older adults
- Lorna Gibson, J. Arnott, Wendy Moncur, Christopher Martin, Paula Forbes, Amritpal Singh Bhachu
- EducationBCS HCI
- 1 September 2010
This paper reflects on the personal social networks of older adults, and the shortcomings of existing online Social Networking Sites (SNSs), and considers design aspects that should be taken into account for future SNSs, if they are to meet the preferences of older users.
Situational Ethics: Re-thinking Approaches to Formal Ethics Requirements for Human-Computer Interaction
- Cosmin Munteanu, Heather Molyneaux, Wendy Moncur, M. Romero, Susan O'Donnell, J. Vines
- Computer ScienceCHI
- 18 April 2015
This paper presents the experiences and challenges in conducting several studies that evaluate interactive systems in difficult settings, from the perspective of the ethics process, and issues a call for interaction researchers to refine existing ethics guidelines and protocols in order to more accurately capture the particularities of such field-based evaluations.
Pictures at the ATM: exploring the usability of multiple graphical passwords
The research investigates the success of two memory augmentation strategies in increasing memorability of graphical passwords and demonstrates that multiple graphical passwords are substantially more effective than multiple PIN numbers.
The emotional wellbeing of researchers: considerations for practice
- Wendy Moncur
- 27 April 2013
The role that a researcher's emotions may play in research, and the impact which research in sensitive contexts can have on researchers' emotional wellbeing and on research validity are described.
The Role of Digital Technologies During Relationship Breakdowns
Four main themes emerged in a qualitative study that considered the role of technology in the process of a relationship breaking down: communicating about the separation, change in social status, shared digital assets, and moving on.
Future of Human-Building Interaction
- H. Alavi, D. Lalanne, J. Nembrini, E. Churchill, David S. Kirk, Wendy Moncur
- SociologyCHI Extended Abstracts
- 7 May 2016
This work proposes bringing together expertise from the fields of human-computer interaction, building and urban architecture, and social sciences, and provide them with an occasion for collaboratively creating and sharing ``images' of HBI by 2030.
From data to text in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Using NLG technology for decision support and information management
Recent and ongoing work on building systems that automatically generate textual summaries of neonatal data are described, showing that the technology is viable and comparable in its effectiveness for decision support to existing presentation modalities.
An emergent framework for digital memorials
An emergent framework for digital memorials is proposed, based around notions of actors, inputs, form and message, which is grounded in examples of current memorialization practice, and situated within a contextual understanding of memorials as an emergent digital phenomenon within a networked society.
Story Shell : the participatory design of a bespoke digital memorial
This paper describes the participatory process involved in designing a bespoke, tangible, digital memorial – Story Shell with a bereaved parent. We drew on an emergent framework for digital memorials…