Research

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Research Publications

Danino, N. and Sim, G. (2014) TReACLE: a framework for TwitteR Analysis in a SoCial and Learning Environment, Proceedings of the 28th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference on HCI 2014.

May, L., Mitchell, N. and Danino, N. (2013) The Use of Group Peer Assessment as a Student Engagement Strategy in Computing Education,
Sharing Practice Conference 2013, Annual Conference, UCLan, UK.

Mitchell, N., Danino, N. and May, L. (2013) Motivation and Manipulation; A Gamification Approach to Influencing Undergraduate Attitudes in Computing, 7th European Conference on Games Based Learning ECGBL 2013, Porto, Portugal.

Danino, N., May, L. and Mitchell, N. (2012) The Four Week Internationalisation Challenge, Journeys in Intercultural Understanding – Improving Internationalisation within Higher Education Conference, Preston, UK.

Danino, N., May, L. and Mitchell, N. (2012) Reprogramming First Year students: an Action Research case study. UCLan Journal of Pedagogic Research.

May, L., Danino, N. and Mitchell, N. (2012) The Sorting Hat: a method for assigning students into groups, 5th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid, Spain.

Mitchell, N., Danino, N. and May, L. (2012) The 4 Week Challenge: a Case Study, 5th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid, Spain.

Sim, G., Horton, M. and Danino N. (2012) Evaluating game preference using the fun toolkit across cultures. 26th British HCI Conference, Birmingham, UK.

May, L., Mitchell, N. and Danino, N. (2012) Immersive Team Projects…as a means to train and retain first year students, Improving the first year experience: opportunities and challenges, Teeside, UK.

Leeming, D. and Danino, N. (2011) Breaking Barriers: A Case Study of Culture and Facebook Usage, Intercultural Promenades: Journal of Modern Languages and International Studies.

Sim, G, Danino, N. & Horton, M. (2010) Interaction Design: What is it all about? HCIEd, Abertay.

Danino, N. and Sim, G. (2007) Students Ability to use Heuristics for Accessibility Evaluation. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007 (pp. 4518-4521). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Danino, N and Catone, J. (2006) Debunking the Myth: Accessible Websites=Boring Websites! Fun and Games 2006, Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Danino, N. and Edwards, J. (2005) Classifying Images on the World Wide Web, Techshare 2005, Birmingham, UK.

Danino, N., and MacFarlane, S. (2005) Image Requirements on the World Wide Web, Department of Computing, UCLan Conference, 2005, Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Danino, N. and Horton, M. (2004) Classifying Images on the World Wide Web, Faculty of Design and Technology Graduate School Conference, Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Danino, N. and Mazzone, E. (2004) The Challenges of Mobile Computing in Education: a survey of the primary issues, Human Computer Interaction Conference: Educator’s Workshop, Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Sim, G., Danino, N. and Heatley, G. (2003) The WWW Experience, Faculty of Design and Technology Conference, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Danino, N. (2002) Making the Internet More Accessible – Review of a PhD Project, Techshare 2002, Birmingham, UK.

Danino, N and Wood, M. (2002) Check Your Checkers: can automated checking replace the human touch?, Techshare 2002, Birmingham, UK.

Danino, N. (2002) Achieving Accessibility, The Fifth International ACM SIGCAPH Conference on Assistive Technologies (ASSETS 2002), July 2002, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Danino, N. (2002) Making the World Wide Web More Accessible. 1st Cambridge workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology, Cambridge, UK.

Danino, N. (2002) Check Your Checkers: Why Being Approved is Not Enough!, Department of Computing, UCLan Conference, 2002, Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Danino, N. (2002) ‘Letters to the Editor‘, ItNow, 44, 4, pp. 4-6, Computers & Applied Sciences Complete.

Birch, M. et. al. (2001) Using Repertory Grids to Discover How People Think About Your Research Problem, Department of Computing, UCLan Conference, 2001, Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Danino, N. (2001) Making the Internet More Accessible for Users of Speech. People and Computers XV – Interaction without Frontiers, Joint Proceedings of HCI 2001 and IHM 2001, Lille, France. Springer-Verlag ISBN: 1-85233-515-7.

Danino, N. and Nicholson, I. (2001) Specifying Internet Accessibility Requirements. Ethics, ICT and Social Exclusion Conference, Bolton, UK.

Danino, N. and MacFarlane, S. (2001) Images on the Web: A Suitable Alternative, People and Computers XV – Interaction without Frontiers, Joint Proceedings of HCI 2001 and IHM 2001, Lille, France. Springer-Verlag ISBN: 1-85233-515-7.

Danino, N. and MacFarlane, S. (2000) Can We Make the World Wide Web Accessible to Everyone? People and Computers XIV – Usability or Else! Proceedings of HCI 2000. Springer-Verlag. ISBN: 1-85233-318-9.

Danino, N. (2000) Making the Internet More Accessible for Users of Speech and Other Browsing Technologies, University of Central Lancashire, 2000, Preston, Lancashire, UK.