[Air-l] activity theory

Kathy Mancuso kmancuso at gmail.com
Tue Apr 11 12:20:35 PDT 2006

Adelina & Drew,

Do you know the work of Bonnie Nardi,
http://www.darrouzet-nardi.net/bonnie?  She teaches at UC Irvine in
Informatics and is probably the US's leading expert on activity theory
in HCI.  Her first book on it is Context and Consciousness (an edited
volume) and another will appear this fall.  Although she doesn't work
with mobile devices, she'll probably have suggestions for who does.

Kathy Mancuso

Katherine Mancuso, graduate student, Emory University

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