Conference Papers

Jacobs, R., Benford, S. & Luger, E (2016) The Prediction Machine: Performing Scientific and Artistic Process. In Proc. DIS’16. ACM

Luger, E., & Sellen, A (2016) “Like Having a Really bad PA”: The Gulf between User Expectation and Experience of Conversational Agents. In Proc. CHI’16. ACM

Tolmie P., Crabtree A., Rodden, T., Colley, J., Luger, E (2016) “This has to be the cats”: personal data legibility in networked sensing systems. In Proc. CSCW ’16. ACM Press [Forthcoming]

Luger, E., Urquhart, L., Rodden T. & Golembewski, M. (2015) Playing the Legal Card: Using Ideation Cards to Raise Data Protection Issues within the Design Process. In Proc. CHI ’15. ACM [In Press]

Jacobs, R., Benford, S. & Luger, E. (2015) Behind the Scenes at HCI’s Turn to the Arts. in Proc. alt.CHI ’15 [In Press]

Luger, E. & Rodden, T. (2013) An Informed View on Consent for Ubicomp. In Proc. Ubicomp’13. ACM Press [pdf]

Luger, E., Moran, S., & Rodden, T. (2013) Consent for All: Revealing the Hidden Complexity of Terms and Conditions. In Proc. CHI ’13. ACM Press [pdf]

Luger, E. (2012) Consent Reconsidered: Reframing consent for ubiquitous computing systems. In Proc. Ubicomp ’12. ACM Press. 564-567 [pdf]

Journal articles

Luger, E., and Golembewski, M. (2017)  Towards Fostering Compliance by Design; Drawing Designers into the Regulatory Frame. In  “Understanding Responsibilities of Online Service Providers”.  Law, Governance and Technology.  Springer 

Urquhart, L & Luger, E. (2015) Smart Cities: Creative Compliance and the Rise of ‘Designers as Regulators’. Society for Computers & Law

Luger, E., and Rodden, T. (2013) Terms of Agreement: Rethinking Consent for Pervasive Computing. Interacting with Computers, 25(2) [pdf]

Extended abstracts and published workshop papers

Porcheron, M., Fischer, J., McGregor, M., Brown, B., Luger, E., Candello, H., & O’Hara, K (2017) Talking with Conversational Agents in Collaborative Action. In Companion of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW ’17 Companion). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 431-436

Fischer, J., Colley, J., Luger, E., Golembewski, M., Costanza, E., Ramchurn, S., Viller, S., Oakley, I.,  Froehlich, J. (2016) New Horizons for the IoT in Everyday Life: Proactive, Shared, Sustainable. Workshop, Ubicomp ’16. ACM

Speed, C., Luger, E. (2015) The Challenge of Sensing Data in the Home: Inferring Domestic Practice. AAG 2015

Luger, E., Rodden, T., Jirotka, M., Edwards, L (2014) How do You Solve a Problem Like Consent? Workshop addressing the challenge of user consent, In Proc. Ubicomp ’14. ACM

Luger, E. & Rodden, T (2014) Sustaining Consent Through Agency: A Framework for Future Development. In ‘How do you Solve a Problem Like Consent?’ Workshop, In Proc. Ubicomp ’14. ACM.

Moran, S., Luger, E., Rodden, T (2014) Literatin: Beyond Awareness of Readability in Terms and Conditions. ‘How do you Solve a Problem Like Consent?’ Workshop, In Proc. Ubicomp ’14. ACM.

Moran, S. & Luger, E., Rodden, T (2014) An Emerging Tool Kit for Attaining Informed Consent in UbiComp.‘How do you Solve a Problem Like Consent?’ Workshop, In Proc. Ubicomp ’14. ACM

Luger, E. and Rodden, T. (2014) The Value of Consent: Discussions with Designers of Ubiquitous Computing Systems In Proc. 3rd IEEE International Workshop on Social Implications of Pervasive Computing, PerCom’14 Workshops, Budapest. IEEE

Luger, E. & Speed, S. (2014) Seeing behind closed doors. In The co-productions of data-based living (1): Mediated life: technologies, affect, routine. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

Urquhart, L., Luger, E., Rodden, T. (2014) Bridging the gap between law and technology design: the challenges of ubiquitous computing. In Proc. Bileta

Moran, S., Luger, E. Rodden, T (2014) Exploring Patterns as a Framework for Embedding Consent Mechanisms in Human-Agent Collectives. Active Media Technology Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8610, 2014, pp. 475-486

Luger, E., & Rodden, T. (2011) Open Data and the Big Society: advancing the debate. In Open Geographic Information (2). RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

Luger, E. (2006) The potential of e-learning 2005: A survey on the use of Information and Learning Technology in Adult and Community Learning, NIACE

Rawicka et al. (2004) The potential of e-learning, NIACE

Bringing Education to Life; Reaching hard to reach learners by creating innovative approaches to adult and community learning (A UK/Sweden initiative) (2003), NIACE/Foreign Office

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