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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × France
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
1 × The Netherlands
Collaborated with:
P.Roe K.Vaisutis B.McGarry A.Soro M.Cottman-Fields C.Heyer S.Viller Y.Rogers F.Vetere R.Schroeter A.L.Hong J.Paay G.Marsden T.Robertson J.Durick B.Nansen L.Buys P.Wyeth A.J.Morrison Daniel M. Johnson 0001
Talks about:
design (3) virtual (2) connect (2) social (2) object (2) studi (2) peopl (2) older (2) engag (2) key (2)

Person: Margot Brereton

DBLP DBLP: Brereton:Margot

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20082008
CHI 20002000
CHI PLAY 20152015

Wrote 8 papers:

CHI-2015-BreretonSVR #distance #prototype
The Messaging Kettle: Prototyping Connection over a Distance between Adult Children and Older Parents (MB, AS, KV, PR), pp. 713–716.
CHI-2014-BreretonRSH #design #research
Beyond ethnography: engagement and reciprocity as foundations for design research out here (MB, PR, RS, ALH), pp. 1183–1186.
CHI-2014-RogersPBVMV #people
Never too old: engaging retired people inventing the future with MaKey MaKey (YR, JP, MB, KV, GM, FV), pp. 3913–3922.
CHI-2014-VaisutisBRVDNB #people #social
Invisible connections: investigating older people’s emotions and social relations around objects (KV, MB, TR, FV, JD, BN, LB), pp. 1937–1940.
Virtual birding: extending an environmental pastime into the virtual world for citizen science (MCF, MB, PR), pp. 2029–2032.
CHI-2008-HeyerBV #empirical #mobile #social
Cross-channel mobile social software: an empirical study (CH, MB, SV), pp. 1525–1534.
CHI-2000-BreretonM #communication #design #how
An observational study of how objects support engineering design thinking and communication: implications for the design of tangible media (MB, BM), pp. 217–224.
CHI-PLAY-2015-WyethBRMRSJ #internet
The Internet of Playful Things (PW, MB, PR, AJM, YR, AS, DMJ0), pp. 821–826.

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