Gemma Webster is a Lecturer in the Information Systems Subject Group. Gemma's principle research interests lie in the field of human computer interaction, health care, older adults, community and assistive technologies. She is an experienced multidisciplinary researcher who has worked in a number of different environments and areas including healthcare, nature conservation, community organisations and heritage. A key aspect of all Gemma's research is that it involves ‘real-world’ environments, problems and partners.
Gemma was a Research Fellow on the CURIOS, POWKist and MinkApp projects at the dot.rural Digital Economy Research Hub at the University of Aberdeen before joining Napier. Gemma completed her undergraduate degree in computing (2008) and PhD (2011) at the School of Computing, University of Dundee before moving to Lancaster University as a Research Associate.
Mellish, C. (2015). Cultural resilience: The production of rural community heritage, digital archives and the role of volunteers. Journal of Rural Studies, , (), .
Nguyen, H. (2015). The Geographies of Community History Digital Archives in Rural Scotland. Scottish Geographical Journal, 131, (3-4), 201-211.
Dennis, M. (2015). Workshop on Interactivity in Healthcare Systems (IHS). In: (Ed.) Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2015, , () ( ed.). (pp. 677-678). : . Springer International Publishing.
Nguyen, H. (2015). POWKist: Visualising Cultural Heritage Linked Datasets. Presented at: The 2nd Connected Communities Heritage Network Symposium 2015, University of Sheffield, Sheffield..
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