User testing a new online survey platform for museums

We are a group of researchers from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bath and we are developing an online survey platform for museums. We aim to make this tool available free of charge, but we would like to receive your feedback first to ensure the editor is clear and easy to use.
We would now like to invite you to try out this platform for about 5 minutes and complete a survey about your experience in using it. We expect that trying out the platform and completing the survey will take 10/15 minutes in total.
The survey itself contains full instructions about accessing the platform. You can find the survey at:​.

​We appreciate your input.
Dr Daniela De Angeli
Jay Didcott

CfP: The Mobile Museum Workshop at UbiComp 2016

Call for paticipation for the workshop “The Mobile Museum – Supporting Indoor and Outdoor Experiences”, held in conjunction with the UbiComp 2016 conference.

The workshop encourages submissions that present case studies, challenges and solutions related to the design, development and evaluation of mobile applications for museums and cultural heritage that work effectively indoors, outdoors and across both contexts.

We welcome submissions from research centres, universities, museums, cultural organizations and companies working on mobile technology solutions for or in collaboration with museums and other cultural institutions.

Interested workshop participants are invited to submit a paper (6 pages in length, SIGCHI Extended Abstract format) on the topic of the workshop.  We are keen to see stimulating and previously unpublished ideas that present exciting challenges, propose new research directions or could generate lively debate at the workshop.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

  • Experiences with mobile devices in museums, such as smartphones and tablets;
  • Experiences with wearable devices and headsets for museums;
  • Mobile AR and VR applications for museums;
  • Mobile applications that connect indoor and outdoor spaces;
  • Development of museum narratives around indoor and outdoor exhibits;
  • Design of interactive systems to guide visitors amongst indoor and outdoor exhibits;
  • Localization systems that bridge indoor and outdoor contexts;
  • Tracking systems that bridge indoor and outdoor contexts;
  • Influence of ambient lighting and other contextual factors on the usability and effectiveness of mobile systems indoors and outdoors.

Submission Guidelines

All contributions must be up to 6 pages in the SIGCHI Extended Abstract format. Have a look at the SIGCHI format for Word andLaTex. The file should be submitted as a single PDF sending an email to For more information, visit

Important Dates

Submission deadline: June 7, 2016

Notification of Acceptance: June 20, 2016

Workshop: September 13, 2016