The University of Sussex

The impact of technology on users: Breaking or creating boundaries?

Benjamin Zayas, Sam Simpson, eds

Papers from a workshop in human centred technology, Brighton, September 2000: Why do we personalise? (Blom); Simulated molecular bonding using spatial audio in a 3D learning environment (Garcia); Supporting intelligent tutoring authoring with REDEEM through the use of visualisation (Williams); A framework supporting integrated design of control systems and interfaces (Piccini); Safety training in virtual environments (Zayas); Online flexible and conventional learning (Choi); Analysis of interactions in CSCL environments (Martinez et al); Web-based learning environments: the transitional autonomy model (Basiel); Using activity theory to inform the design of a distributed collaborative virtual training environment (Dawson); The development of an active theory based methodology to guide computer systems design (Mwanza); Interactivity in graphical representations (Otero); Learning systems: using distributed cognition as a framework for analysing complex organisational settings (Rajani, Spinelli); Novice users and exploratory learning of interactive devices (Cox); Organizational knowledge transformation by computer-supported collaborative argumentation system (Duh); Habipro: a collaborative application to develop programming skills (Vizcaino); A computer-based tool for enhancing human machine interaction of mind mentally disabled people (Pedrali, Rossano); Breaking boundaries with adequate learning infrastructures and successful approaches to teaching in an extended online learning environment (Diercks O'Brien); Supporting conversation using vicarious learning (Rudman); Design of public access library systems for older adult users (Sheard); Assisting novice users search the world wide web (Lloyd); Metacognitive awareness: a pilot study in a software design course (Gama); Primary school children's internet conceptions (Rimmer).


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