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Lesson Learned from Collecting Quantified Self Information via Mobile and Wearable Devices

Reza Rawassizadeh, Elaheh Momeni, Chelsea Dobbins, Pejman Mirza-Babaei, Ramin Rahnamoun
2015 Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks  
Lesson Learned from Collecting Quantified Self Information via Mobile and Wearable Devices Article LJMU has developed LJMU Research Online for users to  ...  Abstract: The ubiquity and affordability of mobile and wearable devices has enabled us to continually and digitally record our daily life activities.  ...  Elaheh Momeni helped in drafting the paper and conducted the smartwatch user study. Chelsea Dobbins helped in improving text and drafting both smartphone and smartwatch user studies.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jsan4040315 fatcat:nsqrkndcg5bfvigtatdzfak4ea

On Optimal Multi-Sensor Network Configuration for 3D Registration

Hadi Aliakbarpour, V. Prasath, Jorge Dias
2015 Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks  
The ubiquity and affordability of mobile and wearable devices has enabled us to continually and digitally record our daily life activities.  ...  To address this, we have summarized our technical and user-centric findings from three lifelogging and Quantified Self data collection studies, which we have conducted in real-world settings, for both  ...  Elaheh Momeni helped in drafting the paper and conducted the smartwatch user study. Chelsea Dobbins helped in improving text and drafting both smartphone and smartwatch user studies.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jsan4040293 fatcat:34ipulexhnhuddn4kj563q5joy

Health-Enabling and Ambient Assistive Technologies: Past, Present, Future

K.-H. Wolf, R. Haux, S. Koch, N.H. Lovell, M. Marschollek, N. Nakashima
2016 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Surveying authors independently on key projects and visions as well as on their lessons learned in the context of health-enabling and ambient assistive technologies and summarizing their answers.  ...  In the context of this review, we define health-enabling and ambient assistive technologies as ambiently used sensor-based information and communication technologies, aiming at contributing to a person's  ...  Lehmann, and Brigitte Séroussi, for their strong encouragement and support, Martina Hutter for her excellent editorial assistance, and the reviewers for their very helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.15265/iys-2016-s008 pmid:27362588 pmcid:PMC5171510 fatcat:nxa47bne5be2fn4j5qc6arqrka

Analysis of Intermediary Roles and Technical Components for Smartglass-Assisted Interactive Remote Collaboration

Hyoseok Yoon, Siyeon Kim, Haneol Oh, Hong Ji Lim
2021 Journal of multimedia information system  
Recent advances in Internet-of-Things and wearable computing have established computationally sufficient infrastructure to remove the barriers of physical locations.  ...  The recent COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the use of remote collaboration, work-from-home, teleconferencing, online education, digital twin, and metaverse enriched with various configurations of augmented  ...  Personal big data collected from smartglass and smartwatches are important sources for machine learning approaches.  ... 
doi:10.33851/jmis.2021.8.4.295 fatcat:6cybmqjsp5h3rkmdkxjmz4zjke

Technologia jest wszędzie – aktywizacja ucznia podczas lekcji wychowania fizycznego z wykorzystaniem różnorodnych rozwiązań TIK

Alon Hirsh
1970 Studia Edukacyjne  
If theseICT tools are used properly in PE classes, they have the potential to impact teachers' teaching practice and, consequently, student learning.  ...  The use of technology devices turned to be an integral part of sporting performance analysis, allowing coaches and teachers to understand the physical demands on team sport athletes.  ...  and innovation through utilizing technology; (b) students communicate and collaborate via digital mediums; (c) students collect, evaluate, and use information via digital tools; (d) students critically  ... 
doi:10.14746/se.2018.47.21 fatcat:xnvq5objnjhy7bdfid7emyjf4q

Preface to the special issue on harnessing personal tracking data for personalization and sense-making

Frank Hopfgartner, Judy Kay, Amon Rapp
2020 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
The most recent addition to such services are self-tracking devices that are capable of creating very detailed personal activity records.  ...  It focuses on the investigation of the effects of self-tracking, behavior change and gaming technologies on people's everyday lives.  ...  model, e.g., data extracted from social media, wearable devices and mobile phones each capture data about diverse aspects of users' lives.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-020-09271-7 fatcat:cdh7dtroi5hqppevzx35b4phou

Appropriating Quantified Self Technologies to Support Elementary Statistical Teaching and Learning

Victor R. Lee, Joel R. Drake, Jeffrey L. Thayne
2016 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
Wearable activity tracking devices associated with the Quantified Self movement have potential benefit for educational settings because they produce authentic and granular data about activities and experiences  ...  Quantitative written test results showing learning gains and differences between traditional and wearable device-enhanced instruction are also presented.  ...  This work was supported in part by funding from the US National Science Foundation under Grant No. DRL-1054280.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2016.2597142 fatcat:qgwsvzmymzckfpyz3lcoq2waxe

State-of-the-art review of athletic wearable technology: What 113 strength and conditioning coaches and athletic trainers from the USA said about technology in sports

Tony Luczak, Reuben Burch, Edwin Lewis, Harish Chander, John Ball
2019 International journal of sports science & coaching  
Through this project, key findings and lessons learned were aggregated into sub-themes including: the sports ecosystem and organizational structure, brand development, recruiting, compliance and gamification  ...  of athletes, baselining movement and injury mitigation, internal and external loads, "return tos," and quantifying performance.  ...  Even though RPE isn't captured via a wearable device, this data can be used in conjunction with wearable data to help establish a player-readiness state. Lessons learned.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1747954119885244 fatcat:d7zgu74y6vfl7abiopujx5hd2m

What are the educational affordances of wearable technologies?

Matt Bower, Daniel Sturman
2015 Computers & Education  
By providing users with hands-free access to contextually relevant knowledge, wearable technologies are poised to inspire a new generation of mobile learning design.  ...  This paper analysed the perceptions of 66 educators from around the world who self-rated as having a 'good' or 'very good' understanding of wearable technologies to determine the key educational affordances  ...  By raising awareness of the affordances and associated issues of wearable technologies this paper aimed to support their successful use of wearable devices in learning designs and classes, both now and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2015.07.013 fatcat:hyvruxn2zbf4fagxpsyqvq547e

The application of mHealth to mental health: opportunities and challenges

Lisa Marzano, Andy Bardill, Bob Fields, Kate Herd, David Veale, Nick Grey, Paul Moran
2015 Lancet psychiatry  
Self-tracking mobile health applications ('mHealth apps') and wearable technology devices are now burgeoning in the consumer electronic market, and effectively creating a potential data goldmine for researchers  ...  In addition, the application of these devices for research purposes potentially facilitates data collection from 'hard-to-reach' populations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2215-0366(15)00268-0 pmid:26462228 fatcat:hxvuzzrruvgnflyrjdxzlyaihy

The use of self-quantification systems for personal health information: big data management activities and prospects

Manal Almalki, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin Sanchez
2015 Health Information Science and Systems  
Self-quantification systems (SQS) can be used for tracking, monitoring, and quantifying health aspects including mental, emotional, physical, and social aspects in order to gain self-knowledge.  ...  In this paper, we propose a new model of personal health information self-quantification systems (PHI-SQS).  ...  Seed funding for this project 'Self-omics: addressing the information and communication needs of the quantified individual for enabling participatory and personalised medicine', was provided by the University  ... 
doi:10.1186/2047-2501-3-s1-s1 pmid:26019809 pmcid:PMC4437547 fatcat:5wealxwznbc65j2top7nltay2a

Data (il)literacy education as a hidden curriculum of the datafication of education

Pekka Mertala
2020 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
Whereas data collected via learning management systems or wearable tracking devices require some kind of active input from the student, facial recognition systems collect the data silently, invisibly,  ...  While the use of learning analytics, wearable tracking devices, and facial recognition are forms of intended datafication, some data collection in schools happens unintentionally.  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2020-12-3-4 fatcat:sqsvbt6eu5g7vc3urnyvsmnanu

Workshop report: "Using Social Media and Smartphone Applications in Practical Lessons to Enhance Student Learning" in Búzios, Brazil (August 6–8, 2017)

Camilo Lellis-Santos, Patricia A. Halpin
2018 Advances in Physiology Education  
fective student engagement poses a challenge for instructors, especially those who may not be familiar with new technologies and mobile devices.  ...  Additionally, participants shared their knowledge about the use of smartphones as a tool for teaching; they discussed the foundations of smartphone-assisted learning and the concept of mobile-learning  ...  MobLeLabs are part of the quantified-self movement, which is a worldwide trend where participants collect and analyze their own personal data through smartphones, smartwatches, and wearable technologies  ... 
doi:10.1152/advan.00011.2018 pmid:29676613 fatcat:vtfkacizq5adtcybz4xcoc2equ

Parents' perspectives on a smartwatch intervention for children with ADHD: Rapid deployment and feasibility evaluation of a pilot intervention to support distance learning during COVID-19

Franceli L. Cibrian, Elissa Monteiro, Elizabeth Ankrah, Jesus A. Beltran, Arya Tavakoulnia, Sabrina E. B. Schuck, Gillian R. Hayes, Kimberley D. Lakes, Andrea Martinuzzi
2021 PLoS ONE  
After the sixth week, we conducted parent interviews to understand the use of smartwatches and the impact on children's functioning, and we collected physiological data directly from the smartwatch.  ...  Distance learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic presented tremendous challenges for many families. Parents were expected to support children's learning, often while also working from home.  ...  Lessons learned Although this was a pilot study, the feedback provided by the parents and analysis of the outcomes provide valuable lessons about the feasibility of adopting wearables as DHI.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0258959 pmid:34705845 pmcid:PMC8550607 fatcat:gqajrrtzereilm2cixm6avt4am

Diet and Activity Assessments and Interventions Using Technology in Older Adults

Michelle Takemoto, Todd M. Manini, Dori E. Rosenberg, Amanda Lazar, Zvinka Z. Zlatar, Sai Krupa Das, Jacqueline Kerr
2018 American Journal of Preventive Medicine  
The summit aimed to investigate current and emerging challenges related to improving energy balance behavior assessment and intervention via technology.  ...  This paper reports on the findings and recommendations specific to older adults from the "Tech Summit: Innovative Tools for Assessing Diet and Physical Activity for Health Promotion" forum organized by  ...  data allows researchers to calculate number of pedestrian or vehicle trips to further explore the relationship between life space mobility and health. 23 Eating and hydration Image capture via wearables  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2018.06.005 pmid:30241621 pmcid:PMC7176031 fatcat:kpiluzw75bg3lkn7l3uk7pcmhq
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