Local connections: designing technologies for discovery and creativity within the community – An article included in ACM Interactions Magazine, Jan-Feb 2012, describing the Mill Road Discovery Project in Cambridge.
Exploring New Connections between the Digital and Physical in Future Heritage Interpretations – A paper presented at the Heritage Matters workshop as part of CHI 2012, which discusses the Mill Road Discovery Project in relation to other novel connections between digital and physical artefacts.
Enabling Live Dialogic and Collaborative Learning between Field and Indoor Contexts – A full paper on the geoscience-based trials performed in August 2010, accepted for inclusion in the BCS HCI 2011 conference
Adams, A., Coughlan. T., Rogers, Y., Collins, T., Davies, S., Blake, C., Lea, J., (2011) Live linking of fieldwork to the laboratory increases students inquiry based reflections, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning.
Adams, A., Coughlan, T., Lea, J., Rogers, Y., Davies, S. & Collins, T. (2011) Designing Interconnected Distributed Resources for Collaborative Inquiry Based Science Education, Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL)
Working with ‘Mission Control in Scientific Fieldwork – A more recent short paper describing some results and directions, accepted as an Interactive Paper for CSCW 2011.
Designing for Balance: Out There and In Here – A short paper describing the aims and plans for the project along with some of the major issues identified so far. This was written for and presented at British HCI 2010 in September 2010.
Enabling Remote Activity (ERA) Project – The Out There and In Here Project builds upon the work done in the ongoing ERA project, which has been developing a portable wireless networking toolkit. The ERA kit has been used to imporve access to OU geology field courses for mobility impaired students.
The Portable WLAN Project’s visit to Nicaragua, where satellite connectivity enabled KMI’s Paul Hogan to send video and talk to researchers at the OU campus from the top of Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua.