Jennifer J. Preece

Jennifer J. Preece

Professor & Dean Emerita
Office: 
4117F Hornbake Building

Current Research Interests

  • Use of technology in citizen and environmental science
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Online participation and engagement

Publications

Featured books:

Full list of books and publications: 2019CV

Education

  • PhD, Open University (UK)

AISL: Innovations in Development: Community-Driven Project That Adapt Technology for Environmental Learning in Nature Preserves

Principal Investigator: Jennifer J. Preece
Investigator: Tamara Clegg

While low-income and minority communities suffer disproportionately from poor environmental conditions, members of these communities tend to be under-represented in participatory scientific projects and informal science learning opportunities.

NatureNet - Community-Driven Environmental Projects (C-DEP)

Principal Investigator: Jennifer J. Preece, Tamara Clegg
Investigator:

The Community-Driven Environmental Projects (C-DEP) model is a multi-university research endeavor funded by the NSF AISL program with an objective to engage members of diverse communities in local nature and environmental conservation projects of their choosing.