Pete Rogers is a Senior Computing Tutor in the Design Department. He runs the computing workshops in design. His interests are in physical computing, mapping-geolocation, crowd theory and participative sensing. Pete does research as part of the Prospecting & Innovation studio, he has apps on the app store and he has a website of his ongoing work at on Pete Rogers' website.
Publications and research outputs
Conference or Workshop Item
Sprake, Juliet and Rogers, Peter. 2012. 'Located Lexicon: a project that explores how user generated content describes place'. In: Future Learning Spaces: Designs on E-Learning Conference Proceedings 2011. Helsinki, Finland 27-30 September 2011.
Sprake, Juliet and Rogers, Peter. 2014. Crowds, Citizens and Sensors: process and practice for mobilising learning. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 18(3), pp. 753-764. ISSN 1617-4909
Sprake, Juliet and Rogers, Peter. 2016. Citizen Cartographer. In: Lucila Carvalho; Peter Goodyear and Maarten de Laat, eds. Place-based Spaces for Networked Learning. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 177-190. ISBN 9781138850880
Sprake, Juliet and Rogers, Peter. 2014. Transecting the Strand Union Workhouse: An Excursion into Social History along Digital Geo-located Paths. In: Owen Rhys and Zelda Baveystock, eds. Collecting the Contemporary: A Handbook for Social History Museums. Edinburgh: MuseumsEtc, pp. 520-549. ISBN 9781910144282
Waller, Michael; Rosenberg, Terry E.; Weatherhead, Andrew; Rogers, Peter; Bagenal, Edward and Fairfax, Duncan. 2010. Cultures of change: social atoms and electronic lives. News telescope. In: Gennaro Ascione; Cinta Massip and Josep Perello, eds. Cultures of change: social atoms and electronic lives. Barcelona: Actar and Arts Santa Monica, pp. 82-85. ISBN 978-84-92861-14-9