Programme

The venue for the workshops and the Doctoral Consortium on both Saturday and Sunday is the Engineering Research Building (ERB). See map.

Saturday, 27 June 2015

Workshops:

Registration opens at 8am. The workshops are starting at 9am.
There will be two coffee breaks (at 10:30am and 3:30pm). Lunch will be served at 12:30.

Sunday, 28 June 2015

Workshops:

Registration opens at 8am. The workshops are starting at 9am.
There will be two coffee breaks (at 10:30am and 3:30pm). Lunch will be served at 12:30.

  • Doctoral Consortium: 12pm-5pm, ER0008
  • Welcome reception (wine and canapés) at Plassey House 6pm-7pm

The venue for the main conference is the Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) building, lecture hall CSG001. See map.

Monday, 29 June 2015

8:00 – 9:00 Registration

9:00 – 9:15- Welcome address
9:15-10 – Opening keynote: Michael Gurstein

10-10:15 – break

Session 1 – Design and Design Issues 1
10:15 -10:45  Anonymous Quorans are still Quorans, just anonymous, Authors: Malte Paskuda and Myriam Lewkowicz, Universite de Technologie de Troyes, France
10:45 -11:15  Exploring the mechanisms behind the assessment of usefulness of restaurant reviews, Authors: Claudia Lopez and Rosta Farzan, University of Pittsburg, USA
11:15 -11:30  Discount Expertise Metrics for Augmenting Community Interaction, Authors: Pei-Yao Hung and Mark S. Ackerman, University of Michigan, USA
11:30 -11:45  Using and appropriating the smart city for community and capacity building amongst migrant language learners, Authors: Mark Gaved, Richard Greenwood (The Open University) and Alice Peasgood (APHE Consulting), UK
11:45- 12:45 – Panel discussion

12:45- 1:45- lunch

1:45 -2:30 – Keynote: Rob Kitchin
Session 2 -Urban Communities 1
2:30 -3:00   Vote As You Go: Blending Interfaces For Community Engagement Into The Urban Space, Authors: Luke Hespanhol, Martin Tomitsch, Joel Fredericks (University of Sydney), Ian McArthur (University of New South Wales),Ronald Schroeter and Marcus Foth (Queensland University of Technology), Australia
3:00 -3:30  Understanding Future Challenges for Networked Public Display Systems in Community Setting, Author: Nemanja Memarovic, University of Zurich, Switzerland

3:30- 3:45 – break

Session 3 – Rural Communities
3:45 -4:15  Reducing ‘white elephant’ ICT4D projects: A Community-Researcher Engagement, Authors: Heike Winschiers-Theophilus(Polytechnic of Namibia), Tariq Zaman and Alvin Yeo ( University Malaysia Sarawak)
4:15 -4:45  Community Broadband Initiatives: what makes them successful and why?, Authors: Claire Wallace and Kathryn Vincent, University of Aberdeen, UK
4:45 -5:00  Reflecting User-Created Persona in Indigenous Namibia: what NOT to do when working in Foreign Land, Authors: Daniel G. Cabrero (University of West London / Polytechnic of Namibia), Gereon Koch Kapuire, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Colin Stanley (Polytechnic of Namibia), Kasper Rodil (Aalborg University) and José Abdelnour-Nocera (University of West London)
5:00 -5:15  Investigating opportunities and obstacles for a community-oriented time accounting social media in Bangladesh, Authors: Tunazzina Sultana, Angela Locoro and Federico Cabitza, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy
5:15 -5:30  Fostering Inclusive Innovation for Agriculture Knowledge Mobilization in Sri Lanka: A Community-University Partnership Development Project, Authors: Gordon Gow(University of Alberta, Canada), Nuwan Waidyanatha(LIRNEasia, Sri Lanka), Chandana Jayathilake(University of Wayamba, Sri Lanka), Timothy Barlott (University of Queensland, Australia), Helen Hambly and Anwar Mahmuda (University of Guelph, Canada)

5:30 – 6:00 Steering Committee meeting

7:00pm -Barbecue at The Stables with Irish music and dancing

Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Session 4 – Local Communities
9:00 -9:30  Information Sharing, Scheduling, and Awareness in Community Gardening Collaboration, Authors: Xiaolan Wang, Ron Wakkary, Carman Neustaedter and Audrey Desjardins, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University, Canada
9:30 -10:00 Growing Food in the City: Design Ideations for Urban Residential Gardeners, Authors: Peter Lyle, Jaz Hee-Jeong Choi and Marcus Foth, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
10:00 -10:15  Towards a Participatory Community Mapping Method: the Tilburg Urban Farming Community Case, Author: Aldo de Moor, CommunitySense, The Netherlands

10:15 – 10:30 – break

Sesion 5 – Design and Design Issues 2
10:30 -11:00  Participation in Design between Public sector and Local Communities, Authors: Susanne Bødker (Aarhus University) and Pär-Ola Zander(Aalborg University), Denmark
11:00 -11:30  Lend me sugar, I am your neighbor! A content analysis of online forums for local communities, Authors: Claudia Lopez and Rosta Farzan, University of Pittsburg, USA
11:30 -11:45 Multi-language communities, technology and perceived quality, Authors: Tabea De Wille, Chris Exton and Reinhard Schäler, University of Limerick, Ireland
11:45 -12:15 Do we speak the same language? Design goals and culture clashes in an online forum for young people, Authors: Annamari Martinviita, Leena Kuure and Pentti Luoma, University of Oulu, Finland

12:15 – 1:15 – lunch

1:15 – 2:00 – Keynote: Anita Gurumurthy
Session 6 – Volunteer communities
2:00 -2:30 Being Present in Online Communities: Learning in Citizen Science, Authors: Gabriel Mugar, Carsten Østerlund, Corey Jackson and Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University School of Information Studies, USA
3:30 -3:00  Studying a Community of Volunteers at a Historic Cemetery to Inspire Interaction Concepts, Authors: Luigina Ciolfi and Daniela Petrelli, Sheffield-Hallam University, UK

3:00 – 3:30 – break

Session 7 – Urban Communities 2
3:30 -4:00  Urban ageing: technology, agency and community in smarter cities for older people, Authors: Valeria Righi and Josep Blat(Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Sergio Sayago (Universitat de Lleida), Spain
4:00 -4:15  Local Commons: A Visual Approach to Collective City Making through Situated Community Engagement, Authors: Robin Palleis, Leonardo Parra Agudelo and Marcus Foth, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
4:15 -4:30 Community in dementia care and the role of familiar technology, Author: Kellie Morrissey, University College Cork, Ireland
4:30 – 5:00 Final Discussion
5:00- 5:15 – Closing remarks