The workshop was interactive, involving a mix of focused small-group discussions and whole-group brainstorming. In the introductory session, participants briefly introduced their research and current work and described an ethical dilemma they have encountered in their research – something like a “researchers’ anonymous” session.
The workshop included two breakout sessions with parallel small group discussions. Participants were divided into pre-established reading groups and engaged in a “Q&A” discussion about each position paper. In the afternoon we had an active brainstorming session, with small groups responding to scenarios that described ethical dilemmas HCI researchers have encountered.
This is a rough outline of the day’s activities:
|09:15-10:30||Organising committee and participant introductions [5 mins each].|
|11:00-12:00||Breakout session: Reading groups Q&AGroup 1: Karin Slegers, Pieter Duysburgh, Reuben Kirkham, Roisin McNaney. [Facilitator:Stacy Branham]Group 2: Angelika Strohmayer, Greg Wadley, Reeva Lederman, Nancy Hughes [Facilitator: Cosmin Munteanu]
Group 3: Kathrin Gerling, Sunil Rodger, Jenny Waycott [Facilitator: John Vines]
|12:00-12:30||Whole group discussion: Key themes from breakout session|
|14:00-15:00||Breakout session: Brainstorming responses to five ethical dilemmas|
|15:30-16:30||Identifying new ethical dilemmas and responses|
|16:30-17:00||Final group discussion: Lessons to share with other HCI researchers|
|17:00-17:30||Workshop close: Planning next steps|