Our editorial article for this special edition of Frontiers in Computer Science is now available on-line here.
Here is a curated account of our recent keynote presentation in Milan
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!
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.
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!
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
We are editing a joint Special Issue of Frontiers in Computer Science and Frontiers in Psychology on this topic. The focus of this collection of papers will be on ways in which technology can be used to form ambient spaces that enhance the lives of the people living, working, travelling or in other ways experiencing those places.
John Waterworth and Ingvar Tjostheim presented the paper: “Integrating the world of presence theory: Illusion, pretence, attending, and pretending” at the 18th Conference of the International Society for Presence Research on Friday, October 23rd.
Just out, this new book by Kei Hoshi and John Waterworth, in the Springer HCI Series!