Harold Thimbleby — “Research, teaching & lecturing” only

1.Research, teaching & lecturing — Publications: refereed
1.1.Journal papers: refereed
1.2.Contributions to edited volumes: refereed
1.3.Conference papers: refereed
2.Research, teaching & lecturing — Invited publications: not refereed
2.1.Forewords and keynotes
2.2.Articles in other journals
3.Research, teaching & lecturing — Other publications
3.1.Correspondence and other communications
4.Research, teaching & lecturing — Presentations, exhibitions, debates, workshops
4.1.ACM Distinguished Lectures
4.2.Gresham College lectures and videos
4.3.Invited lectures, webinars and seminars
4.4.Research workshops (refereed, published & unpublished)

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1. Research, teaching & lecturing — Publications: refereed

1.1. Journal papers: refereed

H. Thimbleby, “Pirate Talks — How to prepare and deliver excellent presentations”, Journal of Interaction Science, vol. 5, no. 5 (2017). DOI: 10.24982/jois.1716017.005

1.2. Contributions to edited volumes: refereed

H. Thimbleby, “Interactive Critical Systems”, Wiley Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction, J. Kirakowski and K. L. Norman (editors), pp. 9–32, John Wiley & Sons (2018). URL

H. Thimbleby, “Write Now!”, Research Methods for Human-Computer Interaction, P. Cairns and A. Cox (editors), pp. 196–211, Cambridge University Press (2008). PDF

1.3. Conference papers: refereed

P. Cairns and H. Thimbleby, “How Good is this Conference? Evaluating Conference Reviewing and Selectivity”, Proceedings BCS Conference on HCI, vol. XXVI, pp. 410–415, Oxford University Press, Birmingham, UK (2012). PDF

M. Bernstein, E. Chi, W. Mackay, D. Russell, H. Thimbleby and M. L. Wilson, “RepliCHI — CHI Should Be Replicating and Validating Results More: Discuss”, ACM CHI'11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI EA '11, pp. 463–466, ACM, Vancouver, BC, Canada (2011). DOI: 10.1145/1979742.1979491

H. Thimbleby, “Teaching and Learning HCI”, Proceedings HCI International, Part I, Universal Access, HCII 2009, C. Stephanidis (editor), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 5614, pp. 625–635, Springer Verlag, San Diego (2009). PDF DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-02707-9_71

H. Thimbleby, “Validity and Cross-Validity in HCI Publications”, Proceedings The XIII International Workshop on Design, Specification and Verification of Interactive Systems — DSVIS 2006, A. Blandford and G. Doherty (editors), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 4323, pp. 11–24, Springer Verlag, Dublin, Ireland (2007). PDF

=L. Bannon, =I. Boivie, =J. Gulliksen, =L. Oshlyansky and =H. Thimbleby, “Lost — or Liberated? — Without Theory”, Proceedings 19th. British Computer Society HCI Conference, =O. Bertelsen, =N. Bryan-Kinns and =L. MacKinnon (editors), vol. 2, p. 344, British Computer Society, Edinburgh, Scotland (2005). PDF

H. Thimbleby, “Supporting Diverse HCI Research”, Proceedings British Computer Society HCI Conference, A. Dearden and L. Watts (editors), vol. 2, pp. 125–128, Research Press International (2004). PDF

2. Research, teaching & lecturing — Invited publications: not refereed

2.1. Forewords and keynotes

H. Thimbleby, “Teaching HCI to Make It Come Alive”, Keynote, C. Giovannella, P. Kotze and W. Wong (editors), Magazine of Interaction Design and Architecture(s), no. 3 & 4, pp. 9–16 (2008). PDF

2.2. Articles in other journals

L. Cameron and H. Thimbleby, “Careers in Healthcare Technology: Advice from an Expert”, IEEE Computer, vol. 51, no. 1, p. 8 (2018).

3. Research, teaching & lecturing — Other publications

3.1. Correspondence and other communications

Signed by 125 professors, “Let UK universities do what they do best – teaching and research”, Letter, The Guardian (6 July, 2015).

H. Thimbleby, “Ofqual and Its New Hands-off Science Exams”, Letter, The Times, p. 25 (12 April, 2014).

H. Thimbleby, “Twitter & Science”, Letter, The Times, p. 27 (25 July, 2013).

H. Thimbleby, *Y. Wilks and 6. o. authors, “Computing is the new 'Queen of Sciences'”, The Times Higher Education Supplement, p. 14 (February 23, 2007).

H. Thimbleby, “Don't Ditch Lectures 2”, Letter, Times Higher Education Supplement (2 April, 2004).

H. Thimbleby, “Higher Costs and Greater Gains 3”, Letter, Times Higher Education Supplement, no. 1569, p. 15 (20 December, 2002).

4. Research, teaching & lecturing — Presentations, exhibitions, debates, workshops

4.1. ACM Distinguished Lectures

H. Thimbleby, “Creativity, Innovation and Risk”, ACM CORI (International Conference on Computing Research and Innovations), Keynote, ACM Distinguished Lecture, Ibadan, Nigeria (2016).

H. Thimbleby, “Creativity, Innovation and Taking Risk in Your Research”, ACM 2016 Distinguished Lecture, Imperial College, London (2016).

4.2. Gresham College lectures and videos

H. Thimbleby, “Plugging Computers In”, Gresham College (27 November, 2003). Video

H. Thimbleby, “Unplugging Computers”, Gresham College (9 October, 2003). Video PDF

H. Thimbleby, “Design Creativity with Maths”, Gresham College (26 September, 2002). PDF

4.3. Invited lectures, webinars and seminars

H. Thimbleby, “Enjoying and Getting Research Degrees Reliably”, Editorial Talk for for the Department of Computer Science, Swansea University (2009).

4.4. Research workshops (refereed, published & unpublished)

H. Thimbleby, “Recipes for Realistic Research”, Middlesex University, London (2018).

H. Thimbleby, “Take the red or blue pill? Figuring out the PhD rabbit hole ...”, STFC Doctoral Workshop, Swansea (2018).

H. Thimbleby, “Enjoying and Getting Research Degrees Reliably”, Swansea University Doctoral Training Centre (2017).

H. Thimbleby, “The iceberg illusion: How to enjoy research in a harsh environment”, Swansea University Research Forum (2017).

H. Thimbleby, “Successful Research Strategies”, Edinburgh (2017).

H. Thimbleby, “Turning into Effective HCI Researchers”, M-iti Doctoral Symposium 2017, Keynote, Funchal, Madeira (2017). URL

H. Thimbleby, “Being Successful in Research Grants (A European Perspective)”, International Workshop on Advances in Research Grants and HCI & HEC, Keynote, Kochi, Japan (2016).

H. Thimbleby, “How to put in a winning proposal together”, Digital Economy Crucible, Keynote, York (2016).

=P. Cairns, =A. Cox, =H. Thimbleby and =N. Webb, “Research Methods for HCI”, Proceedings BCS HCI Conference, People and Computers, vol. XXII.2, pp. 221–222, BCS, Liverpool, England (2008).

L. Bannon, I. Boivie, J. Gulliksen, L. Oshlyansky and H. Thimbleby, “Lost — or Liberated? — Without Theory (workshop)”, Proceedings 19th. British Computer Society HCI Conference, O. Bertelsen, N. Bryan-Kinns and L. MacKinnon (editors), vol. 2, pp. 299–301, British Computer Society, Edinburgh, Scotland (2005).

H. Thimbleby, “Effective and Enjoyable Research Careers in HCI”, Proceedings British Computer Society HCI Conference, A. Dearden and L. Watts (editors), vol. 2, pp. 125–128, Research Press International (2004).

S. Greenberg and H. Thimbleby, “The Weak Science in Human-Computer Interaction”, Proceedings ACM CHI'92 Research Symposium (1992).


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