Alina Krischkowsky is a Research Fellow at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction (University of Salzburg). She holds a Master’s Degree in Sociology (2010) from the University of Salzburg. In her PhD dissertation, she is working on theoretical accounts towards technology appropriation by looking at unintended ways of how people use technology – often in a creative and re-purposive manner that is deviating (non-conforming) from the usage that was intended by the designers of computational artefacts. Identifying unintended ways of using technology may re-configure the way we deal with intentions in our understanding and design of computational artifacts.
- Introduction to HCI („Einführung in die HCI“) summer term 2015/2016
- Introduction to HCI (“Einführung in die HCI”) winter term 2016
- Lecture series on “Moderne Technologien in der Informationsgesellschaft” (Uni 55+) winter term 2015/2016
- Digital Interaction and Communication (“Digitale Interaktion und Kommunikation: Mensch-Maschine Interaktion”) summer term 2017