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The 16th Participatory Design Conference 2020: "When Participatory Design Becomes Policy: Technology Comprehension in Danish Education"

Researchers from CCTD presented in the full paper session themed "Networks" at PDC 2020.

2020.06.19 | Marie-Louise Wagner

PDC 2020

PDC 2020

Rachel Charlotte Smith (CCTD), Claus Bossen, Christian Dindler (CCTD) and Ole Sejer Iversen (CCTD) had a full paper accepted for PDC 2020 that was held virtually due to the pandemic.

All four authors are based at the Department of Digital Design and Information Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark, and part of interdisciplinary research environments on participatory design, child-computer interaction, computer supported cooperative work, Science-Technology-Society Studies, and computational empowerment in education.

  • Listen to the presentation of "When Participatory Design Becomes Policy: Technology Comprehension in Danish Education" here (links to YouTube).
  • Direct download to the full paper here (acm.org).
  • Visit the official PDC 2020 website here.

This is the first time PDC was held online and in South America, hosted by Universidad de Caldas in conjunction with their Festival Internacional de la Imagen 2020.

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Tags: PDC, cctd, computational empowerment, technology comprehension