Kevin Marshall

k.marshall4@newcastle.ac.uk | Doctoral Trainee

Kevin Marshall

I am a PhD student at the School of Computing Science at Newcastle University, working at Open Lab. My PhD aims to explore  how we can use digital technology to build on existing parenting practices and support parental engagement in their children's language development.

Before coming to Open Lab, I completed a BA Psychology (National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG)) and an MSc Human Computer Interaction (Lancaster University). I have also worked as a research assistant in both the Centre for Research in Occupational and Life Stress and the School of Psychology at NUIG.


2017

Making home: Asserting agency in the age of IoT
Chatting D, Wilkinson G, Marshall K, Desjardins A, Green D, Kirk D, Boucher A, CHI EA '17: Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems526-533

2015

Supporting children to engage in play for wellbeing
Marshall K, Wood G, Read JC, Yarosh SL, Balaam M, Lee J-J, 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Extended Abstracts Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI EA '152445-2448

2014

Making Wellbeing: A Process of User-Centered Design
Marshall K, Thieme A, Wallace J, Vines J, Wood G, Balaam M, ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2014)755-764

Associated Projects

  • Supporting Parental Engagement in Early-Life Communication through Play
    Appropriate language development is an important outcome of early-life development, significantly impacting outcomes both during childhood and later life. For example, it can result in children being slower to use words and, later, put sentences togeth...
    August 30, 2011
 
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