- PhD. in Science – with a Human Computer Interaction focus (The University of Melbourne)
- Masters by Research in Computing (The University of New South Wales)
- Bachelor of Science, Computer Science (The University of New South Wales)
I have a passion for teaching. Most of my experience relates to usability/user experience related teaching and lecturing within both academic and commercial contexts.
- I currently run the Introduction to Usability Fundamentals training course at U1
- Usability Engineering tutor 2012-2013 (3rd year undergraduate subject at The University of Melbourne) link
- Read some comments made by students I have taught.
- In 2012, I was awarded the “Excellence in Tutoring Award” by the Department of Computing and Information Systems
- Internet meets society tutor (1st year Melbourne University students)
- An introduction to C programming tutor (1st year UNSW students)
- Data Organisation tutor – Java programming (2nd year UNSW students)
- Human Computer Interaction tutor (3rd year and Postgraduate UNSW students)
Presentations and Guest Speaking Roles
- 5 minute industry talk on Commemorating using Digital Technology – Web Directions “What do you know”, Melbourne April 5th 2013
- IDL Seminar. Presenting findings from study 2. Department of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne. 19th October, 2012
- Internet Meets Society guest Lecture. Memento Mori: Remember your Mortality. 8th October 2012
- Emerging Technologies guest Lecture. Memento Mori: Remember your Mortality. 9th October 2012
- UX Australia 2012 (Brisbane): Memento mori: Remember your mortality, 30-31st August 2012
- Culture and Community Researchers’ Network. Presenting my thesis project. Faculty of the VCA and MCM, The University of Melbourne, 20th May, 2012
- Ark 2005 – Usability testing workshop
- APCHI 2004 “Accessibility: A Tool For Usability Evaluation” Presenter
- OZ-IA 2009 Audience Based Navigation
- ADMA 2008, 2009- Usability – An introduction
- Nominated as one of only two PhD students to present our thesis work to Craig Mundie, head of Microsoft Research, 28th March 2011
- Mori, J., Howard, S., and Gibbs, M. Designing in sensitive settings: workshops to design a technology to commemorate black saturday. Proceedings of The 9th Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment: Matters of Life and Death, ACM (2013), 13:1–13:9.
- Gibbs, M., Carter, M., and Mori, J. Vile Rat: Spontaneous Shrines in EVE Online. Foundations of Digital Games Conference, (2013).
- Mori, J., Gibbs, M., Arnold, M., Nansen, B., and Kohn, T. Design considerations for after death: comparing the affordances of three online platforms. Proceedings of the 24th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference, ACM (2012), 395–404.
- Gibbs, M.R., Mori, J., Arnold, M., and Kohn, T. Tombstones, Uncanny Monuments and Epic Quests: Memorials in World of Warcraft. Game Studies 12, 1 (2012).
- Mori, J., Howard, S., & Gibbs, M. (2011). Poets and blacksmiths: implications for global memorialization using digital technology. interactions, 18, 48. [download]
- Mori, J. (2010). Memorialising Digital Content: Bushfire Affected Communities. 22nd conference of the computer-human interaction special interest group (CHISIG) of Australia on Computer-human interaction. [download]
- Haines, R.S., Woo, D.T., Hudson, Benjamin T., Mori, J.C., Ngan, E.S.M., Pak, Wing-Yee., Interdisciplinary Educational Collaborations: Chemistry and Computer Science, J. Chem. Educ., 2007, 84, 967.
- Woo, D., Mori, J., Accessibility: A Tool For Usability Evaluation, Computer Human Interaction, 6th Asia Pacific Conference, APCHI 2004, Masoodian, Jones, Rogers. Springer-Verlag, Rotorua, New Zealand, 2004, pages pp. 531 – 539
- Mori, J., Ngan, E., Haines, R., Woo, D., User-centred design meets Mac OS X: A collaborative project between Computer Science and Engineering and Chemistry. Apple University Consortium Conference, University of Adelaide, 2003.
- Mori, J., Woo, D., Coar: An Objective-C Framework For Usability Data Collection, Proceedings of the Apple University Consortium Conference, Digital Voyages 2003, Neville Smythe. Apple Computer Society, Sydney, 2003
Other Contributions to Academia
- Peer review for CHI 2013
- Peer review for OZCHI 2012
- Peer review for The Information Society special edition -> Death and the Afterlife, 2011
- Peer review for Interacting with Computers, 2011
- Peer review for Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 2012
- Peer review for Designing Interactive Systems conference, 2012
- Peer review for UX Australia conference, 2012
- Head of the HCI Reading Group for the IDL @ The University of Melbourne, 2011-2012
- Chair of the HCI Seminars for the IDL @ The University of Melbourne, 2012
Workshops and poster sessions
- Attended the Exploring ethical frontiers of visual methodologies project workshop on 24th July at The University of Melbourne
- Poster at the CIS Doctoral Colloquium 2013