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Dr Effie Le Moignan

Assistant Professor

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

Effie completed her PhD at Northumbria University, having previously been situated at Lincoln's Social Computing group (LiSC). She undertook postdoc positions at both Northumbria and Newcastle University, and has been the ESPRC centre manager for the Next Stage Digital Economy Centre for Digital Citizens (CDC), before returning to Northumbria as an Assistant Professor in Computing and Information Sciences. 

Effie Le Moignan

My research is interdisciplinary in nature, focusing on the intersection between human-computer interaction (HCI) and digital sociology to explore how contemporary parenthood is digitally scaffolded, the concept of digital humanness, and how the domestic sphere is affected by technology. I am interested in mundanity and how everydayness supports identity formation, a sense of self, and interpersonal connectedness. 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Experiential Value in Group Browsing of Curios on eBay and In-Person: Implications for Future Platform Design, Le Moignan, E., Feltwell, T., Kirk, D. 13 Jun 2022, DIS 2022, New York, US, ACM
  • Skylab 2049: Exploring the mundane realities of living and working on a space station, Le Moignan, E., Brooker, P. 2022, Ethnographies of Outer Space
  • An Illustrated Field Guide to Fungal AI for Designers, Kirk, D., Le Moignan, E., Verweij, D. 2021, Designing Smart Objects in Everyday Life, Bloomsbury Visual Arts
  • Living and working in space: Expanding the human factors framework, Le Moignan, E., Brooker, P., Castano, P. May 2021
  • Feeling Alone Among 317 Million Others: Disclosures of Loneliness on Twitter, Mahoney, J., Le Moignan, E., Long, K., Barreto, M., Wilson, M., Barnett, J., Vines, J., Lawson, S. 1 Sep 2019, In: Computers in Human Behavior
  • Has Instagram Fundamentally Altered the 'Family Snapshot'?, Le Moignan, E., Lawson, S., Rowland, D., Mahoney, J., Briggs, P. 2 May 2017, CHI '17 , New York, US, ACM
  • My Lincolnshire Collection: An App to Foster Engagement with Local Heritage, Le Moignan, E., Rowland, D., Cruse, A., Lewis, C., Cragoe, M. 2016, 7th International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2016)

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Experiential Value in Group Browsing of Curios on eBay and In-Person: Implications for Future Platform Design, Le Moignan, E., Feltwell, T., Kirk, D. 13 Jun 2022, DIS 2022, New York, US, ACM
  • Skylab 2049: Exploring the mundane realities of living and working on a space station, Le Moignan, E., Brooker, P. 2022, Ethnographies of Outer Space
  • An Illustrated Field Guide to Fungal AI for Designers, Kirk, D., Le Moignan, E., Verweij, D. 2021, Designing Smart Objects in Everyday Life, Bloomsbury
  • Living and working in space: Expanding the human factors framework, Le Moignan, E., Brooker, P., Castano, P. May 2021
  • Feeling Alone Among 317 Million Others: Disclosures of Loneliness on Twitter, Mahoney, J., Le Moignan, E., Long, K., Barreto, M., Wilson, M., Barnett, J., Vines, J., Lawson, S. 1 Sep 2019, In: Computers in Human Behavior
  • Has Instagram Fundamentally Altered the 'Family Snapshot'?, Le Moignan, E., Lawson, S., Rowland, D., Mahoney, J., Briggs, P. 2 May 2017, CHI '17 , New York, US, ACM
  • My Lincolnshire Collection: An App to Foster Engagement with Local Heritage, Le Moignan, E., Rowland, D., Cruse, A., Lewis, C., Cragoe, M. 2016, 7th International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2016)

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