What is Teenovate?
Teenovate is a technology co-design program, where researchers at the University of Central Florida’s STIR Lab (Socio-Technical Interaction Research Lab) partner with teenagers work together, side-by-side, to develop new solutions for helping teens keep themselves safe online.
How does it work?
The Teenovate program uses a method known as Participatory Design, where all parties involved in the design process, including end-users, have an equal say in what the final solution or product should look like.
How do I sign up?
Teenovate is currently in the process of forming a Youth Advisory Board to assist in providing feedback on future research studies. Below you can fill out the STIR Lab Interest Form by clicking the button. For more information please contact Neeraj Chatlani (Teenovate Program Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Pamela Wisniewski (STIR Lab Director) at email@example.com.