Title

Re-imagining public interactive learning spaces to support Singaporean children's wellbeing

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Association for Computing Machinery

School

School of Arts and Humanities

RAS ID

24453

Comments

Originally published as : Tan, Michelle Ching Ying (2016). "Re-imagining Public Interactive Learning Spaces To Support Singaporean Children's Wellbeing" in Proceedings of the SEACHI 2016 on Smart Cities for Better Living with HCI and UX - SEACHI 2016 (1-4503-4194-2, 978-1-4503-4194-3), (p. 6). New York, New York, USA. Available here

Abstract

Innovations in technology and the Internet are reshaping the way humans live and work. In Singapore's endeavour to leverage technology and progress as a smart city and nation, it is crucial to consider how lives are being transformed by digital experiences. This paper suggests that positive digital interactions can be designed within public spaces such as restaurants to support young children in their development and wellbeing, so that relationships and life quality can be improved.

DOI

10.1145/2898365.2898366

Access Rights

Free to access