Morten Hertzum
Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen

Background

I am professor of information science at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and have a PhD in computer science. My research interests are within human-computer interaction (HCI), computer supported cooperative work (CSCW), information seeking, and healthcare informatics.

 

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Current projects [All]

Train2Wind investigates scientific collaboration and knowledge sharing in an IT-supported, distributed research project.

Health Platform analyzes, compares, and facilitates the implementation and use of the Epic electronic health record in Denmark and Norway.

Participation and Learning in Library Makerspaces contributes cases and designs that explore, evolve, and evaluate makerspaces in public libraries.

Recent publications [All]

Hertzum, M. (2020). Usability Testing: A Practitioner’s Guide to Evaluating the User Experience. Morgan & Claypool, San Rafael, CA. [URL] [Chapter 1]

Simonsen, J., Karasti, H., and Hertzum, M. (2020). Infrastructuring and Participatory Design: Exploring Infrastructural Inversion as Analytic, Empirical, and Generative. Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 29(1-2), 115-151. [DOI]