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)

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

Principal Investigator: Jennifer J. Preece
Investigator: Tamara Clegg

The Innovations in Development project will engage members of diverse communities associated with three partner nature preserves in Maryland, North Carolina, and Colorado, who will develop and carry out technology assisted science projects.

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.