Our paper “Uncovering Dark Patterns – Learning through Serious Gameplay about the Dangers of Sharing Data.” (by Ingvar Tjostheim, Chris Wales and John Waterworth) has been accepted for publication at WorldCist’23 – 11st World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, to be held in Pisa, Italy, 4 – 6 April 2023.
Paper about digitally visiting Mexico accepted for presentation in Peru
“Digital travel – A study of travellers’ views of a digital visit to Mexico”
by Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth has been accepted for presentation at ICITS’23 – The 6th International Conference on Information Technology & Systems, to be held in Cusco, Peru in February 2023.
Paper accepted for ICMarkTech’22 conference
Is there a market for Digital travel? by Ingvar Tjostheim & John Waterworth has been accepted for presentation at ICMarkTech’22 in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Dec 1-3.
New paper on the personal characteristics of digital travellers
Tomorrow’s digital travellers – who are they?
by Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth
Accepted for publication at ICOTTS’22 Conference in Santiago, Chile
New article on Enhancing Quality of Life in Ambient Spaces
Our editorial article for this special edition of Frontiers in Computer Science is now available on-line here.
Keynote on digital travel
Here is a curated account of our recent keynote presentation in Milan
Defying distance and reality?
A new article about our work on digital travel was published in the on-line version of The Psychologist magazine. A print version is in the works!
New book in press!
Our book “The Psychosocial Reality of Virtual Travel: Being in virtual places“, by Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth, is now being prepared for publication by Palgrave. This open access book (free to download) will be available later this year, or in early 2022.
Paper on Virtual Human Resource Development
Our paper The Virtual Human Resource Development (VHRD) approach: An integrative literature review (Rahimi, S., Khorasani, A., Rezaeizadeh, M. & Waterworth, J. A.) is now accepted for publication in the European Journal of Training and Development. Well done Somaye Rahimi!
Privacy in a lock-down?
Our submission entitled “Human sovereignty in a lock-down situation: is there room for privacy?” by Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth has been accepted for presentation at SPT 2021: Technological Imaginaries in June this year