ECSCW 2011 Collective Intelligence – CfP
Discuss design for collective intelligence at ECSCW 2011
Senior Lecturer, April 2011 to July 2018 Sociology / Anthropology / Cultural studies of mobilities, Technology (futures), Video Ethnography and Design, Ethnomethodological studies
Monika is Senior Lecturer in Sociology, and part of ImaginationLancaster through her role as director of the Mobilities.lab Lancaster. Since her PhD study of the practical and collaborative nature of imaginative practice, she has developed a programme of research on mobile work in creative and other professions, including healthcare, event management and emergency response. Her methodological innovations in video ethnography and ethnographically informed innovation have contributed to several research fields, including participatory design, computer supported cooperative work (CSCW), and palpable and pervasive computing.
Bridging resources and agencies in large-scale emergency management
IsITethical? is an invitation to take time, and together support creative thinking for the complexity of ELSI challenges and opportunities. Through co-creative processes we are developing live, lived and living guidance and forming an strategic community intended to support practices in practice
Realising Data together with people living with dementia.
New(?) mobile behaviour in public spaces
This £1.5 million EPSRC funded 4 year project examines the role of new technology in citizen led innovation looking specifically at Manchester and Derry as sites of innovation. The project includes innovation researchers from Computing, Design Sociology and management, all based in Lancaster University.
Co-creation research project to creatively analyse and explore alternative futures
Flexibility and change for healthcare service providers