Derek Foster
Derek Foster
Associate Professor in Computer Science, University of Lincoln
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Wattsup? Motivating reductions in domestic energy consumption using social networks
D Foster, S Lawson, M Blythe, P Cairns
Proceedings of the 6th Nordic conference on human-computer interaction …, 2010
1662010
Motivating physical activity at work: using persuasive social media for competitive step counting
D Foster, C Linehan, B Kirman, S Lawson, G James
Proceedings of the 14th international academic MindTrek conference …, 2010
1552010
" Watts in it for me?" design implications for implementing effective energy interventions in organisations
D Foster, S Lawson, J Wardman, M Blythe, C Linehan
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
1012012
There's a monster in my kitchen: using aversive feedback to motivate behaviour change
B Kirman, C Linehan, S Lawson, D Foster, M Doughty
CHI'10 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2685-2694, 2010
632010
The competitive culture of Sntrtvor fan networks
D Foster
Understanding reality television, 270, 2004
46*2004
Power ballads: deploying aversive energy feedback in social media
D Foster, C Linehan, S Lawson, B Kirman
CHI'11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2221-2226, 2011
412011
Competitive carbon counting: can social networking sites make saving energy more enjoyable?
D Foster, M Blythe, P Cairns, S Lawson
Proceedings of the 28th of the international conference extended abstracts …, 2010
382010
Motivating physical activity at work: using persuasive social media extensions for simple mobile devices
D Foster, C Linehan, S Lawson
ACM, 2010
262010
‘Liking’persuasion: case studies in social media for behaviour change
D Foster, S Lawson
ACM Press, 2013
172013
Cloud computing: developing contemporary computer science curriculum for a cloud-first future
D Foster, L White, J Adams, DC Erdil, H Hyman, S Kurkovsky, M Sakr, ...
Proceedings Companion of the 23rd Annual ACM Conference on Innovation and …, 2018
162018
'Close the Loop' An iBeacon App to Foster Recycling Through Just-in-Time Feedback
D Casado-Mansilla, D Foster, S Lawson, P Garaizar, D López-de-Ipiña
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human …, 2015
162015
Comparison of methods for enumeration of selected coliforms exposed to ozone.
JC Adams, MS Lytle, DG Dickman, DH Foster, JP Connell, WR Bressler
Applied and environmental microbiology 55 (1), 33-35, 1989
151989
Effects of group performance feedback and goal-setting in an organisational energy intervention
D Foster, C Linehan, S Lawson
Proceedings of the 18th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Media …, 2014
72014
‘Liking’carbon: can social media play a role in carbon management?
D Foster, C Linehan
Carbon Management 4 (1), 1-4, 2013
72013
Social networking sites as platforms to persuade behaviour change in domestic energy consumption
D Foster
University of York, 2009
62009
Designing student energy interventions: A cross-cultural comparison
KE Heintze, N Krämer, D Foster, S Lawson
Proceedings of the 2015 British HCI Conference, 247-254, 2015
52015
The role of social media in artisanal production: a case of craft beer
D Foster, B Kirman, C Linehan, S Lawson
Proceedings of the 21st International Academic Mindtrek Conference, 184-193, 2017
42017
Cool and the gang: design insights for engaging student energy interventions
D Foster, C Linehan, M Schoonheyt, SW Lawson
CHI'13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1479-1484, 2013
42013
Toward a cloud computing learning community
D Foster, L White, DC Erdil, J Adams, A Argüelles, B Hainey, H Hyman, ...
Proceedings of the Working Group Reports on Innovation and Technology in …, 2019
32019
Toward Developing a Cloud Computing Model Curriculum
DC Erdil, L White, D Foster, J Adams, AJ Arguelles Cruz, B Hainey, ...
Proceedings of the 2019 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in …, 2019
32019
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