Smart Campus th Digibreakfast 10 December 2014 Schedule 8:10 Opening by Kai Kuikkaniemi 8:15 Instructions to use Presemo 8:18 Marko Nieminen "Skunk Case" 2 min pitch 8:20 Kai Kuikkaniemi, HIIT: Computer Supported Live Participation in Classrooms and Corporate Events 8:30 Teemu Vesanen, VTT: Energy and indoor environment measurements in Otaniemi 8:40 Perttu Hämäläinen, Aalto SCI+ARTS: Gamifying physical activity: Motivating exercises around the campus 8:50 Petri Vuorimaa, Aalto SCI: AaltoWindow: Open Multi-Touch Platform for Campus Learning Hubs 9:00 Vishal Singh, Aalto ENG: BIM Ecosystem for Smart Spaces: Research Plans @ Aalto BIM Initiative 9:10 Aape Pohjavirta , Digitazion destroys campus 9:20 Discussion and wrap-up including next steps at Aalto 9:30 End of event Smart Campus • What is a Smart Campus? • How should we make the Aalto campus a unique Research Platform? - Use our environments for research? - Prototype services and study digitalisation phenomena? Example: Otasizzle –Kassi Sharetribe Prof Martti Mäntylä General Terms Human Factors Example: Otasizzle –Kassi Sharetribe INTRODUCTION Social exchange is a fundamental human activity that hel to explain social behavior through the process exchanging valued goods and services . Beyond t material value of exchange, participation in systems Indebtedness and Reciprocity in Local Online Exchange Permission to make digital or hard copies of all or part of this work f Airi Lampinen1,4, Vilma Lehtinen1,4, Coye Cheshire2, Emmi Suhonen3 4 ¹Helsinki Institute ²School University Helsinka personal or for classroom useofisInformation granted without3Aalto fee provided that of copies Information Technology University of California, University Department of not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage and that Social copi HIIT/ Aalto University Berkeley P.O.Box 17800, Research, P.O. Box 54 bear this notice and the full citation on the first page. To copy otherwis P.O. Box 15600, 102 South Hall, Berkeley 00076 Aalto, 00014 University of 00076 FINLAND FINLAND to lists, Helsinki, FINLAND orAalto, republish, to postCAon94720-4600, servers USA or to redistribute requires pri email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org specific permission and/or a fee. ABSTRACT social exchange can produce social value for participa ’13, February 23–27, 2013, Antonio, Texas, USA. ManyCSCW existing and emerging online systems allow people to San and for communities as a whole, including commitme share Copyright content and coordinate the exchange of goods and emotional attachment, and solidarity . While soc 2013 ACM 978-1-4503-1331-5/13/02...$15.00. favors in local geographic settings. We present a qualitative case study of user experiences concerning exchange and reciprocity in local online exchange. Findings from eleven in-depth interviews (containing forty-nine separate exchange experiences) reveal an aversion to indebtedness and several user behaviors that lessen these negative feelings: (1) offering small tokens of appreciation to exchange partners, (2) understanding and accepting the indirect nature of generalized exchange, (3) managing expectations by framing offers and requests carefully, (4) minimizing efforts needed in exchange processes, and (5) bartering and exchanging for a third party. The paper contributes to our understanding of emergent behaviors and norms in local online exchange systems. We discuss design implications from these empirical insights that can help alleviate the discomfort of indebtedness and better encourage and sustain participation in systems of indirect reciprocity. Author Keywords psychologists have long noted the value of participating various forms of social exchange at the interpersonal a societal levels [35, 3, 19], the problem of learning ab norms of exchange in a given community remains challenge for theory and practice. We present a qualitative case study focusing on indir exchange experiences (where giving is not contingent receiving gifts or favors). We focus on users of Kassi local online exchange system where individuals can enga in indirect exchange, as well as other forms of dir exchange. Kassi is a service in which users can lend, re give away and sell items, give and get help, or share rid with people nearby. By scoping our analysis on indir exchange, we only examine non-monetary exchanges su as giving and getting help, giving away goods, and lendi goods and services. This paper seeks to advance our understanding of h individuals interpret and respond to norms of indirect soc exchange within a socio-technical system. Our fo problem raises several theoretical and practical su questions that we address through our empirical study: H do individuals make sense of indirect reciprocity a understand how to make use of a novel system of onl exchange? And, what can we do as designers, researche and practitioners to alleviate and address feelings discomfort while facilitating ongoing indirect exchange? Excellence in research collaboration with UC Berkely Computer-mediated communication; online community; social exchange; gift economies; reciprocity; debt of gratitude ACM Classification Keywords K.4.3 Computer-Supported Collaborative Work, H5.m. Information interfaces and presentation (e.g., HCI): Miscellaneous. General Terms Human Factors INTRODUCTION This work contributes to our understanding of emerg behaviors and norms in local online exchange systems important area for CSCW research, especially amo Example: Otasizzle –Kassi Sharetribe Example: Otasizzle –Kassi Sharetribe Aim of the session • From the talks examples of Smart Campus - But what else can Smart Campus be? - Are there ideas how to team up for ambitious goals? - What different areas are there ? Societal impact/spinn-offs Multiouch Ltd. www.multitaction.com Screen.io start up providing audience participation support in meetings Multiaward company, incorporated US 2012 , incorporated Singapore2012, Kauppalehti Kasvu Yritys Palkinto 2012 Sharetribe communities where you can share goods, services, rides and spaces in a local, trusted environment.