My name is Ashley J. Wheat.
Here's a little about me.
And my PhD?
I'm glad you asked.
- Wheat, A., Attfield, S., Loureiro, R., Fusco-Fagg, I. 2012. Using context-aware digital technology to enhance and enrich visitor experience in exhibition spaces. In: CHArt (Computers and the History of Art), Display: Consume: Respond - Digital Engagement with Art. London, United Kingdom, 15-16 November 2012.
- Wheat, A. 2013. Promoting visitor engagement with museum artefacts using novel technologies. In: Middlesex University, Summer Conference 2013. London, United Kingdom, 20 June 2013.
And my teaching?
- Designing interaction: principles and practice is a second year undergraduate module that provides a theoretical backdrop introducing and developing practical techniques for the design, development and evaluation of interactive systems and products.
- Novel interaction technologies is a final year undergraduate module providing students with the opportunity to practically apply the theory of interaction design learned in the second year by working on small projects whilst covering contemporary topics in human-computer interaction such as tangible user interfaces and haptics.
- I also lead a summer school in web development and scripting technologies, which is an intensive version of the same second year undergraduate module. More information the course is available here.