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Nancy Fried Foster is a design anthropologist, specialising in participatory design for academic contexts. She is based at the University of Rochester, where she contributes to the design of information systems and building architecture.
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Nancy Fried Foster is a design anthropologist, specialising in participatory design for academic contexts, supporting scholarly practices. She is based at the University of Rochester, where she contributes to the design of information systems and building architecture.
  
She provided an introduction to user-centred and participatory design practices for an invited discussion preparing findings from the Crucible [[Groups in academia]] project.
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http://urresearch.rochester.edu/viewResearcherPage.action?researcherId=25
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In Cambridge she provided an introduction to user-centred and participatory design practices for an invited discussion on "Working with users to produce better software for academia", preparing for publication of results from the Crucible project [[Groups in academia]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:26, 8 November 2011

Nancy Fried Foster is a design anthropologist, specialising in participatory design for academic contexts, supporting scholarly practices. She is based at the University of Rochester, where she contributes to the design of information systems and building architecture.

Personal page: http://urresearch.rochester.edu/viewResearcherPage.action?researcherId=25

In Cambridge she provided an introduction to user-centred and participatory design practices for an invited discussion on "Working with users to produce better software for academia", preparing for publication of results from the Crucible project Groups in academia.