First Workshop of Persuasive Technology and Society - Call for Participation

8 August 2017 @ the University of Wollongong, Australia

9.30 am Mr Paul Cunningham, CEO at IIMC, Dublin, Ireland

"What is IEEE's Society on the Social Implications of Technology (SSIT)?"

"Co-designing Ethical Interventions in Resource Constrained Environments"

10.30 am  Ms Anni Rowland-Campbell, Intersticia

"Having a Brave Conversation: Comparing the Australian and UK Experience"

11.30 am Associate Professor Dr Win Khin, Centre Director

"The Vision for the Centre for Persuasive Technology and Society"

  • How we can work with IEEE SSIT
  • How we can be an integral part of Brave Conversations

12.30 pm Lunch

TBA. A location on campus. Check back in with us.

1.30 pm Hot Topics

10 min presentations from researcher's in the Centre

Dr Roba Abbas: A socio-technical framework for studying persuasive technologies

Dr Mark Freeman: Improving Participation: Volunteering in our technology enabled society

Dr Holly Tootell: Perspectives on IT in early childhood education

Dr Will Tibben: Persuasive technologies for minority groups

Dr Elena Vlahu-Gjorgievska: Information systems for assisted living: Challenges and opportunities

2.30 pm Panel of Provocation

Facilitated by Prof Katina Michael

Key Interdisciplinary UOW Linkages - Facing Global Challenges:

Christopher Moore, Ted Mitew

3.30 pm Wrap Up