Dave Harley
Dave Harley
Lecturer in Psychology, University of Brighton
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Using texting to support students’ transition to university
D Harley, S Winn, S Pemberton, P Wilcox
Innovations in Education and Teaching International 44 (3), 229-241, 2007
YouTube and intergenerational communication: the case of Geriatric1927
D Harley, G Fitzpatrick
Universal access in the information society 8 (1), 5-20, 2009
Creating a conversational context through video blogging: A case study of Geriatric1927
D Harley, G Fitzpatrick
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (3), 679-689, 2009
Making the Wii at home: game play by older people in sheltered housing
D Harley, G Fitzpatrick, L Axelrod, G White, G McAllister
Symposium of the Austrian HCI and Usability Engineering Group, 156-176, 2010
Design for agency, adaptivity and reciprocity: reimagining AAL and telecare agendas
G Fitzpatrick, A Huldtgren, L Malmborg, D Harley, W Ijsselsteijn
Designing socially embedded technologies in the real-world, 305-338, 2015
Online communities for older users: what can we learn from local community interactions to create social sites that work for older people
D Harley, K Howland, E Harris, C Redlich
Proceedings of the 28th International BCS Human Computer Interaction …, 2014
Age matters: bridging the generation gap through technology-mediated interaction
DA Harley, SH Kurniawan, G Fitzpatrick, F Vetere
CHI'09 extended abstracts on human factors in computing systems, 4799-4802, 2009
Intergenerational context as an emphasis for design
D Harley, F Vetere, G Fitzpatrick, S Kurniawan
Universal Access in the Information Society 11 (1), 1-5, 2012
Reconceptualizing student motivation: Accounting for the social context beyond the classroom.
S Winn, D Harley, P Wilcox, S Pemberton
Learning & Teaching in the Social Sciences 3 (2), 2006
The meaning of place in supporting sociality
A Light, K Howland, T Hamilton, DA Harley
Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 1141-1152, 2017
Appropriation of social networking by older people: two case studies
D Harley, G Fitzpatrick
Cyberpsychology as everyday digital experience across the lifespan
D Harley, J Morgan, H Frith
Springer, 2018
Developing communication technologies to promote intergenerational awareness and social reengagement
D Harley
HCI, the Web and the Older Population Workshop at HCI 2006 The 20th British …, 2006
Trajectories to community engagement: Understanding older people’s experiences of engagement with online and local communities
D Harley, E Harris, K Howland
Wii Gaming for Older Players: From Motivation to Appropriation, and Usability to User Experience.
G White, D Harley, L Axelrod, G McAllister, G Fitzpatrick
Digital Games Research Association, 2009
Being ‘Sexy’
D Harley, J Morgan, H Frith
Cyberpsychology as Everyday Digital Experience across the Lifespan, 105-132, 2018
Growing up online
D Harley, J Morgan, H Frith
Cyberpsychology as Everyday Digital Experience across the Lifespan, 23-49, 2018
" Nearer to Being Characters in a Book": How Older People Make Sense of Online Communities and Social Networking Sites
D Harley, K Howland, E Harris, C Redlich
2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2023-2032, 2015
Older people’s appropriation of computers and the internet
D Harley
University of Sussex, 2011
Student messenger: The role of SMS text messaging in supporting student transition to university
D Harley, S Winn, S Pemberton, P Wilcox
Supporting students: Extended induction, 29, 2006
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