Dr Wally Smith
- Educational technology
- Health informatics
- Public history and digital technologies
- Social origins and implications of IT
Wally Smith has worked in the field for Human-Computer Interaction and Social Computing for several years, holding research positions at University College London, University of Surrey, University of Western Australia, City University London, before joining the University of Melbourne. His research examines real-world experiences of using IT in a variety of domains including public history, education, health and emergency management. He also does more theoretical work on the social and historical origins of information technology. Across his career he has taught various aspects of applied computing, most recently Organisational Processes, Knowledge Management, Research Methods in Information Systems, and Impacts of Digitisation.
- Webber S, Carter M, Smith M, Vetere F. Interactive technology and human-animal encounters at the zoo. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN-COMPUTER STUDIES. Academic Press - Elsevier Science. 2017, Vol. 98.
- McKay D, Chang S, Smith M. Manoeuvres in the dark: Design implications of the physical mechanics of library shelf browsing. CHIIR 2017 - Proceedings of the 2017 Conference Human Information Interaction and Retrieval. 2017.
- Rogerson M, Gibbs M, Smith M. "I love all the bits": The Materiality of Boardgames. 34th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI4GOOD). Association for Computing Machinery Inc.. 2016.
- Shedden P, Ahmad A, Smith M, Tscherning H, Scheepers R. Asset identification in information security risk assessment: A business practice approach. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Association for Information Systems. 2016, Vol. 39, Issue 1.
- Awori K, Vetere F, Smith M. Sessions with Grandma: Fostering Indigenous Knowledge through Video Mediated Communication. 1st African Conference for Human Computer Interaction (AfriCHI). Association for Computing Machinery Inc.. 2016, Vol. 21-25-November-2016. Editors: Awori K, Bidwell NJ.
- Smith M, Dignum F, Sonenberg E. The Construction of Impossibility: A Logic-Based Analysis of Conjuring Tricks. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY. Frontiers Research Foundation. 2016, Vol. 7.
- Ploderer B, Smith M, Pearce J, Borland R. An Object-Centred Approach to Encourage Online Participation in the Context of Behaviour Change. COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK-THE JOURNAL OF COLLABORATIVE COMPUTING. Springer. 2015, Vol. 24, Issue 1.
- Downs J, Vetere F, Smith M. Differentiated participation in social videogaming. OzCHI 2015: Being Human - Conference Proceedings. 2015.
- Rogerson M, Gibbs M, Smith M. Digitising boardgames: Issues and tensions. DiGRA 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 DiGRA International Conference: Diversity of Play. 2015.
- McKay D, Smith M, Chang S. Down the superhighway in a single tome: Examining the impact of book format on borrowing interactions. OzCHI 2015: Being Human - Conference Proceedings. 2015.
- Lewi H, Murray A, Smith M, Webber S. Some Implications of Digital Social Media for Heritage Practice. Australia ICOMOS Conference 2015 Papers. Australia ICOMOS Secretariat. 2015. Editors: Lindsay D.
- Smith M. Technologies of stage magic: Simulation and dissimulation. SOCIAL STUDIES OF SCIENCE. Sage Publications. 2015, Vol. 45, Issue 3.
- Awori S, Vetere F, Smith M. Transnationalism, indigenous knowledge and technology: Insights from the kenyan diaspora. Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. 2015, Vol. 2015-April.
- Smith M, Lewi H, Constantinidis D, Stitt H. Directed looking and proximal content: Two concepts for designing mobile guides to historic urban places. Proceedings of the 26th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference, OzCHI 2014. 2014.
- Paay J, Kjeldskov J, Brinthaparan U, Lichon L, Rasmussen S, Srikandaraja N, Smith M, Wadley G, Ploderer B. Quitty: Using technology to persuade smokers to quit. Proceedings of the NordiCHI 2014: The 8th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Fun, Fast, Foundational. 2014.
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