A Research on Learning and Educational Innovation seminar with Roberto Martinez-Maldonado. Note change of venue to room 221 for this seminar only.
This seminar fuses research on CSCL and collaborative design for learning. It reports a study located in a novel multi-surface environment, configured to support small teams who are designing for other people’s learning. From observational and interview data, we show how collaborative design for learning needs to be understood as a complex, multiply-situated activity, in which design problem-solving, tools and space usage depend on the fluent deployment of intuitive knowledge about mutual awareness, shared perception, information persistence and movement.
Roberto Martinez-Maldonado is a postdoctoral research associate on the ARC Laureate Fellowship at CoCo. He finished his PhD in 2014 in the Computer Human Adapted Interaction Research Group (CHAI) at the University of Sydney. His research area is Human-Computer Interaction, with a particular emphasis on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Educational Data Mining. His research interests are broad and varied.
When: April 29, 11.00am - 12.30pm
Where: Design Studio, room 221 (note change of venue for this week's seminar only) in the Education Building A35
This seminar will be live online at http://webconf.ucc.usyd.edu.au/seminar-room2/
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