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Actor-network-theory (ANT), Computer-supported cooperative work, Electronic patient records, Ethnography, IT in the health service, Organisation theory, Organisational changes and IT, Organisations, Organisations, Participant observation, Pervasive healthcare, Qualitative methods, Sociotechnical perspectives on work, management and technology, Working practise and the use of IT
Augmented reality (media facades, mobile applications, Urban media), Computer Games, Digital Art and Culture, Digital Media, Digital and physical spaces (New interaction technologies, Social interaction), Forms of interaction (iPhone, mobile ecologies, new forms of interaction, Urban interactions), Gender and technology (children and mobile/cell phones, children's popular culture, Facebook, social media, tweens), Globalisation, technology (Hyperlocal news), Interaction design (new interaction technologies), Interactive rooms, buildings and urban environments (interactive media facades), Mobile systems and interfaces (Asia, Japan, Keitai, mobile gaming, pervasive play, South Korea), Model-driven systems development (digital habitats, multi-disciplinary models for design), Models and logic for interactive systems, Pervasive computing interaction (children, play and games), Robots (children and technology), Spatial IT (GPS, location-based services, social spaces), Theories on use and interaction (computer semiotics), User participation in systems development (participatory design) (designing with children)
Computer-supported cooperative work, Design and Systems Development, Gender and technology, Globalisation, technology, IT in the health service, Innovation and IT, Organisational changes and IT, Pervasive Computing, Pervasive healthcare, Philosophy and history of technology, Research method (fieldwork, qualitative and ethnographic methods), Sociotechnical perspectives on work, management and technology, Working practise and the use of IT
IT in the health service, Material cultural heritage of medicine, Patient-therapist relationship, Perceptions of illness, Pervasive healthcare, Philosophers (Martin Heidegger), Philosophy and history of technology, Social Relations, The idea and intellectual history of the university