Shailey Minocha is a Professor in the Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at The Open University, UK.
Shailey's research has two strands: learning technologies and social computing.
Shailey has studied diverse contexts in emerging online domains: how website design influences purchasing behavior; how social software supports research dialogues; how blogs and wikis can promote reflective learning and support globally distributed software development teams; how online social interactions can offset social isolation and loneliness in older people; how activity monitoring technologies can help improve physical well-being; how virtual reality can provide authentic field trip experiences; and how to design 3D spaces in virtual worlds that exploit the artificial while relating to reality.
Shailey’s website: http://www.shaileyminocha.info
Shailey publications are in Open University’s Research Repository (ORO): http://oro.open.ac.uk/view/person/sm577.html
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