Inspiring Australia: Unlocking Australia’s Potential: New Approaches to Training in Science Journalism
- Chief Investigator: Joan Leach
- Partners: EConnect Ltd, the Australian Science Media Centre, the University of Western Australia
- Named grant members: Joan Leach, Richard Fitzgerald, John Harrison, Sean Rintel, Jennifer Metcalfe, Allison Binney, Susannah Elliot
- Funding: $40,000
- Keywords: Science, journalism, communication, social media, critical thinking, statistics, visualisation
Australasian Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Biennial Conference
- Chair: Sean Rintel. Vice-Chair: Edward Reynolds
- Funding: $5000 (plus conference fees)
- The University of Queensland: Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, School of Journalism and Communication, School of Education
- Queensland University of Technology: QUT Centre for Learning Innovation
- Griffith University: School of Education and Professional Studies
- Keywords: Ethnomethodology, Conversation Analysis, Australasia, Conference
- Special Issue: Rintel, S., Fitzgerald, R., and Reynolds, E. (Eds). (Forthcoming – 2013) Knowledge and Asymmetries in Action. Australian Journal of Communication, 39, (2).
The Interactional Experience of Telerehabilitation for Disordered Speech in Parkinson’s Disease.
- Chief Investigator: Sean Rintel
- Funding: $12,000 – The University of Queensland New Staff Research Start-Up Fund.
- Keywords: Telehealth; Videoconferencing; Computer-Supported Collaborative Work; Home Users; Speech Therapy; Parkinson’s Disease
Couples Coping with Distortions in Video Chat
Novice Couples Coping With Network Trouble in Personal Videoconferencing: Managing the Intersection of Interaction and Technology in the Collaborative Achievement of Conversational Continuity.
- Chief Investigator: Sean Rintel
- Funding: $3500 – Wave Three, Inc. ($2500) and University at Albany Dissertation Research Fellowship Award ($1000).
- Keywords: Personal videoconferencing, video-mediated communication, conversation, interaction, continuity, network trouble, QoS, novices, couples, domestic, home users
- Rintel, S. (forthcoming – 2015). Categories in technologised interaction: Collaboratively building a working sense of troubled mediation in video calling (provisional title). In R. Fitzgerald & W. Housley (Eds.). Membership categorization analysis: Studies of social knowledge in action. London: Sage.
- Fitzgerald, R., & Rintel, S. (forthcoming – 2013). From lifeguard to bitch: The problem of promiscuous categories in story telling via video chat by a long-distance couple. Australian Journal of Communication, 39 (2).
- Rintel, S. (2013). Video Calling in Long-Distance Relationships: The Opportunistic use of Audio/Video Distortions as a Relational Resource. The Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronic de Communication (EJC/REC) Special issue on Videoconferencing in Practice: 21st Century Challenges. 23 (1&2) [Format: Local PDF of pre-publication version]
- Rintel, S. (2013). Tech-tied or tongue-tied? Technological versus social trouble in relational video calling. Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (pp. 3343-3352). DOI 10.1109/HICSS.2013.512 [Format: Local PDF of conference PDF version]
- Rintel, E. Sean. 2010. Conversational management of network trouble perturbations in personal videoconferencing. In Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group of Australia on Computer-Human Interaction (OZCHI ’10) (pp. 304-311). doi:10.1145/1952222.1952288 [Format: Local PDF of proceedings version]
- Rintel, S. 2007. Maximizing environmental validity: remote recording of desktop videoconferencing. In Proceedings of the 12th international conference on Human-computer interaction: interaction design and usability (HCI’07) (pp. 911-920). doi:10.1007/978-3-540-73105-4_100 [Format: Local PDF of proceedings version]
Rintel, E.S. 2011. “Using Humour to Manage Technological Difficulties in First Uses of Personal Videoconferencing.” Laughter and Humor in Interaction Conference, June 23-24, Emerson College, Boston MA, USA.
Rintel, E.S. 2010. “Network trouble as an interactional resource in personal videoconferencing”. National Communication Association 96th Annual Convention, November 14-17, 2009, San Francisco, CA, USA.
- Rintel, E.S. 2010. “Constituting long-distance intimacy through practices for coping with network trouble in personal videoconferencing.” The 12th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology (ICLASP) June 16-19th, 2010. Brisbane, Australia.
Rintel, E.S. 2009. “Coping with personal desktop videoconferencing bandwidth problems: Reactions, resolution outcome and continuity outcomes.” Top Student Paper in Human Communication and Technology, National Communication Association 95th Annual Convention, November 12-15, 2009, Chicago, Illinois.
- Rintel, S. 2005. “Situated Exploratory Learning of Communication Technology: Questions Prompted by a Single Case Analysis of Personal IP Videoconferencing.” 55th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. New York, NY, May.