2012 SISAT Research Student Colloquium
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On the 11th October 2012 I attended and presented at the 2012 School of Information Systems and Technology Research Students Colloquium which was held at the City beach Function Centre in......

On the 11th October 2012 I attended and presented at the 2012 School of Information Systems and Technology Research Students Colloquium which was held at the City beach Function Centre in Wollongong NSW Australia, I was restricted to five slides that summarised my research PhD project.

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  • 1. 11th October 2012 - City Beach Function Centre, Wollongong NSW Australia
  • 2. Socio-ethical Implications of Location-enabled Body Worn Technologies Supervisor: Associate Professor Katina Michael PhD Candidate: Alexander Hayes Methodology: Semi-structured interviews (15 fully transcribed) Participants: Cross-sector - engineering, defence, law enforcement, medical, mining, private investigation, sports, building & construction, agriculture, transport, media arts & entertainment, archeology, fashion... Analysis: Classifying perceptions and the opinions of the participants to better understand the challenges that face these individuals ie. privacy. Status: Ethics application approved; pending amendments.
  • 3. Literature Review Uberveillance (Michael & Michael) ● ● ● Sousveillance (Mann) Dataveillance (Clarke) Surveillance (Lyon,Haggerty,Wood...) Networked Learning Theory ● ● ● ● Sociological Theory Growth (Wagner, Berger...) Connectivism / Networked Learning (Siemens, Downes, Blackall) M-learning (Attewell,Pegrum,Ito,Herrington) E-memory (Brin,Gates,Bell,Negroponte.....)
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