(Selected list of publications by IDC members.)
Ciolfi, L. (2011), “Augmented Places: Exploring human experience of technology at the boundary between physical and digital worlds”, in Strumper-Krobb, S. and James Chakraborty, K. (Eds.) Imagining Space, New York: Peter Lang, in press
Ciolfi, L. and McLoughlin, M. (2011), Physical Keys to Digital Memories: Reflecting on the role of tangible artefacts in "Reminisce", in Bearman, D. and Trant, J. (2011), Proceedings of Museums and the Web 2011, Museums and Archives Informatics.
Ciolfi, L. and McLoughlin, M. (2010), “Challenges for the Technological Augmentation of Open-Air Museums: Bridging Buildings, Artefacts and Activities”, NODEM 2010: From Place to Presence, A biannual conference on digital media and heritage, Nov. 24-26. 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark
McLoughlin, M. and Ciolfi, L. (2011), "Design Interventions for Open-Air Museums: Applying and Extending the Principles of “Assembly” ", Proceedings of CHI 2011 - Human Factors in Computing Systems, Vancouver May 2011, ACM.
Balka, E., Ciolfi, L., Simone, C., Tellioğlu, H. and Wagner, I. (2009), ECSCW’09 Proceedings of the Eleventh European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, London: Springer.
Byrne, D., Lee, H., Smeaton, A. and Ciolfi, L. (Eds.) (2010), iHCI 2010. Proceedings of the Fourth Irish Human-Computer Interaction Conference, ISBN 1872327885, Dublin City University
Bannon, L.J., Ciolfi, L. and McLoughlin, M. (2009), “The potential of new technologies in encouraging visitors to interact with the history and heritage of museum collections”, Museum Ireland, Volume 19, pp 144-148
D’Andrea, A., Gray, B. and Ciolfi, L. (2011), “Methodological Challenges and Innovations in Mobilities Research”, Mobilities, Special Issue 6:2 - May 2011
Avram, G., Ciolfi, L. and McLoughlin, M. (2010), "Get Connected: Your Museum and Social Media", Museum Ireland, Vol. 20, Irish Museums Association, pp110-120
Journal special issue
D’Andrea, A., Gray, B., and Ciolfi (2011), Methodological Challenges and Innovations in Mobilities Studies, Mobilities, Special Issue 6:2 - May 2011
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