John Halloran


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    Research Interests

    Human-computer interaction (HCI), User experience design (UXD), Technology enhanced learning (TEL)

    Vision Statement

    My research is dedicated to creating innovative user-centred technology supported by observation- and interview-based understandings of users' activities, needs and motivations. My current work is in technology enhanced learning, specifically how automated and in-person feedback can be provisioned and sequenced to support the learning of programming. 


    Dr John Halloran is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Coventry University, with research interests in human computer interaction (HCI), user experience design (UXD), and technology enhanced lerning (TEL). His work involves designing, deploying and evaluating technologies and interfaces based on work with users over time in real-world contexts using a battery of qualitative and quantitative techniques.

    John has worked in a range of domains including collaborative product planning, computer games and social networks, assisted living for older people, occupant energy behaviour, and student collaborative learning. His research has attracted funding through ESRC and EPSRC (including its innovative EQUATOR programme), TSB, InnovateUK, and EU; as well as direct industrial sources including BT, Orbit (a large UK housing provider) and Jaguar Land Rover.

    Dr Halloran holds a DPhil in CSAI (HCI), awarded by Sussex University in 2000, as well an MSc in Knowledge-based Systems (1996) from the same university. He has a BSc in Psychology from the Open University (1995), as well as earlier degree-level qualifications in the arts. He has a portfolio of consultancy experience, several PhD completions, and has published widely in internationally recognised journals and conferences.



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