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Sciences and Technologies of Learning Research Fest 2015

Dr David Ashe and Melinda J Lewis were very happy to receive the people’s choice award for their poster:

Context in Flux: An invitation to join a think‐aloud installation at Research Fest.

The dynamic and multi-modal poster was an opportunity to explore and expand the research poster genre to one of installation, evoking participation and interaction.

Melinda and David performed a think-aloud about their ideas on why or why not common understandings of context are relevant in their research. Visitors to the poster joined in, voicing their thoughts on context both verbally and in text that they shared directly onto the poster.


It is not possible to illustrate the dynamic modality of the poster in a static image; however, the image above provides a small insight into the experience of visitors to the Research fest. The textual information on the poster scrolled, images changed and additional text could be entered in real-time. Wireless headphones were also supplied for visitors to listen to audio information.

If you would like further information about this dynamic and interactive poster, please contact David and Melinda.


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