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    • Social Computing
      • Social Computing is the study of the use of information and communication technologies that consider human social context.
      • The Lincoln Social Computing (LiSC) Research Centre comprises an inter-disciplinary research team with backgrounds ranging from comp science, psychology, behavioural sciences, HCI, games design and software engineering.
      • Our approach is usually to design and implement software applications on mobile and social platforms and evaluate them in social settings in real world “in the wild” situations.
      • Our analyses follow typical HCI methodologies
    • LiSC.lincoln.ac.uk
    • Basic research http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=putQn89TQzc
    • ENACT
      • The Lincoln Social Computing (LiSC) Research Centre recently started an EPSRC project “ Exploring social Networks to Augment Cognitive behavioural Therapy
      • The project will explore how social media can be used as a platform to increase engagement with CBT treatments for common mental health conditions such as insomnia.
      • This is worth £500,000 overall and is in collaboration with colleagues in HLSS at Lincoln, as well as at Loughborough and Sussex Universities and with industry.
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