Doing research on Human Computer Interaction in Hybrid Societies requires a lot of expertise, many people, and interdisciplinary, collaborative data exchange activities. But all three aspects can only create value if they are targeted, coordinated and amplified systematically. Especially during a global pandemic, where science mainly has to happen in digital remote work environments in an effective way.
Schlagwort: hybrid societies
Investigating how people deal with intelligent machines naturally has a lot to do with people themselves. But how are you supposed to conduct scientific studies when a pandemic is keeping the whole world in check?! Continue reading „Between disinfectant spray, head-mounted masks, and questionnaires“
Viele Bäcker verderben den Käsekuchen. Von wegen! Wir backen uns einen Podcast in 5 plus 2 Teilen – zu siebt.
Eine beliebte Übung der letzten Monate, um den Gemütszustand der Menschen in Begriffe zu bringen, war, die häufigsten Google-Anfragen zu identifizieren und zu kommentieren. Continue reading „Unser Science-Podcast-Rezept“
At the end of August 2020 Diana Armbruster approached the PhD students of the CRC and asked for volunteers to organize their first retreat within the Hybrid Societies CRC. At first it seemed, like none had time to organize an event for 38 attendees – everyone was confronted with a wide variety of tasks, such as finding their way around in such a large scientific association, rescheduling due to the corona situation and finding a topic for their thesis. But luckily, we were finally able to split the work over 5 pairs of shoulders. We met on September 29th, unfortunately for the first and only time face to face due to the Corona situation. Since then, we switched to online meetings.
Continue reading „How To: Plan a Retreat during a Pandemic?“