Helena Tendedez, Kelly Widdicks, Mike Hazas
Understanding how people interact with technology in their homes has long been a topic of interest for researchers. Across HCI, researchers in digital health, sustainability, education, family, and privacy are fascinated by the human routines and everyday interactions that involve technology. As these researchers have found, deploying technology (e.g., technology that monitors devices or user behavior) in the homes of participants involves both careful planning and nimble adaptivity—from securing ethical approvals, to recruiting participants, to finally setting up in their homes. Researchers in this space may face unforeseeable scenarios despite meticulous planning, which is why it is important to…
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