2020 Program OLD = Table
Due to the unprecedented events related to COVID-19, this year we are presenting virtually.
Registration is required, but FREE for all attendees.
Zoom links will be provided to registrants before the event.
9am to 10:30am
Plenary Talks (Live)
Visualization for the Blind
Designing Feedback & Failure in Video games (AKA: Why You Should Sometimes Set Players On Fire)
What Does the #MeToo Movement Tell Us About Sexual Violence?
10:30am to Noon
Break-out Sessions (Live Q&A and Recorded Talks)
Chairs of the different topic areas will host live Q&A sessions in parallel from 10:30am to 12 noon.
Design Issues Chair: Joel Chan
Understanding Older Adults’ Participation in Design Workshops
Making Invisible Entities Visible — Negotiating Disclosure of Invisible Conditions in the Workplace
Unpacking the Black Box of Scholarly Synthesis: What’s Inside?
Interacting with On-the-Wall Robots
Engaging the Commons in Participatory Sensing: Practice, Problems, and Promise in the Context of Dockless Bikesharing Yongle Zhang, Yuling Sun, Ge Gao
Accessibility Chair: Amanda Lazar
Pedestrian Detection with Wearable Cameras for the Blind: A Two-way Perspective
Approach Matters: Linking Practitioner Approaches to Technology Design for People with Dementia.
Interacting with Data Chair: Eun Kyoung Choe
OmniTrack for Research: a Research Platform for Streamlining In-Situ Data Collection
TandemTrack: Shaping Consistent Exercise Experience by Complementing a Mobile App with a Smart Speaker
Crowdsourcing the Perception of Machine Teaching
Learning Chair: Caro Wiliams Pierce
Building For Robots: An Alternative Approach of Combining Construction and Robotics
Hello New World: Player Perceptions of a Cybersecurity Digital Game
Sphero.Math: Integrating Robotics into a Fourth-Grade Mathematics Classroom
Authentic Data Science For The Middle Grades – Unschooled, Creative and Engaging Framework for a New Normal
“So, You are Actually, Like, Going to Make This?”: Using Participatory Design to Inform a Culturally Relevant Computer Science Curriculum
“You Might as Well Just All Agree with Each Other:” The Influence of Cyberbullying on Women’s Social Presence in Online Discussions
Security / Privacy Chair: Michelle Mazurek
A Pedagogical Analysis of Online Hacking Exercises
User Strategies for Sending Sensitive Information
Secrecy, Flagging, and Paranoia Revisited: User Attitudes Toward Encrypted Messaging Apps
What Twitter Knows: Exploring Users’ Perceptions of Ad Targeting and Ad Explanations Through Their Twitter Data
User Attitudes on Commercial Genetic Testing
Chair: Niklas Elmqvist
Testing the Test: Visualization as an Alternative to Traditional Statistical Tests
Scents and Sensibility: Evaluating Information Olfactation
DataWorld: Externalizing Hidden Data Flows for Situated Analytics
The Perceptual Proxies of Visual Comparison
Are We There Yet? Building a Roadmap to a Holistic Model of Visualization Perception
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Workshop (Live, from 10:30am to 4:30pm)