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Elizabeth Goodman
PhD student, UC Berkeley

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Elizabeth Goodman’s writing, design and research focus on the intersections of technology, the social sciences, and interaction design. Currently a PhD student at the University of California, Berkeley’s School of Information, Elizabeth studies the relationship between mobile technologies and the experience of place. Previously, she focused on mobile technology in health and wellness as a design researcher with Intel User Centered Design. Elizabeth was a visiting lecturer at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2004, and has exhibited in New York, Paris, and San Francisco. She has an MPS in interaction design from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University, as well as a BA in art from Yale University.

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City Tech
Location: Valley Room
Elizabeth Goodman (UC Berkeley)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 4 ratings)
The number of technologies for healthier and more sustainable urban living can seem overwhelming. This talk introduces four frameworks for thinking about technology design for environmental living in cities in general and urban agriculture in particular. Liz will introduce three frameworks researchers and designers have used to design technologies for sustainable living in cities and suburbs Read more.
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