Together with our collaborators, our lab had 4 papers accepted to CHI 2022! These papers cover a diverse set of topics related to wellbeing, race. culture, and equity: digital health in historically Black church communities, COVID-19 information trust and distrust, community resilience during disasters amongst older adults, and afrofuturist speculative design.
- O’Leary, T. K., Parmar, D., Olafsson, S., Paasche-Orlow, M., Bickmore, T., & Parker, A. G. “Community Dynamics in Technospiritual Interventions: Lessons Learned from a Church-based mHealth Pilot.” (to appear, CHI 2022)
- Zhang, Y., Suhaimi, N.M., Yongsatianchot, N., Gaggiano, J.D., Kim, M., Patel, S., Sun, Y., Marsella, S., Griffin, J., Parker, A.G. “Shifting Trust: Examining How Trust and Distrust Emerge, Transform, and Collapse in COVID-19 Information Seeking” (to appear, CHI 2022)
- Suhaimi, N., Zhang, Y., Joseph, M., Kim, M.D., Parker, A.G., Griffin, J., “Investigating Older Adults’ Attitudes towards Crisis Informatics Tools: Opportunities for Enhancing Community Resilience during Disasters.” (to appear, CHI 2022)
- Bray, K., Harrington, C., Parker, A.G., Diakhate, N., Roberts, J. “Radical Futures: Supporting Community-Led Design Engagements through an Afrofuturist Speculative Design Toolkit.”
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