Designing interactive systems from a socio-technical and learning perspective
23 March 2023, 12:30 pm–1:30 pm
Join this event to hear Viktoria Pammer-Schindler talk about what it means to be human in a digital age.
This event is free.
Small Seminar RoomKnowledge Lab23-29 Emerald StLondonWC1N 3QS
Viktoria will explore computer technologies and how our digitalised culture and environment contribute towards humans being and becoming. She will also discuss the characteristics of digital synchronous communication and the limits of what AI-enabled technology can do for learning.
This event will be particularly useful for researchers, policy makers, and academics.
Please note this is a hybrid event and can be joined in-person or online.
About the Speaker
Associate Professor at Graz University of Technology
Her research delves into interactive system designs from a socio-technical and learning perspective, and sits at the intersection of human-computer interaction and educational technology.
She's also interested in studying how technology can support learning, and how the technology that we use to pursue our goals impacts human lifelong learning and development.