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2019.03.07 | Conference

Will you attend FabLearn DK 2019?

Thursday April 25th, the FabLearnDK conference is being helt in Spinderihallerne in Vejle, Denmark. CCTD is attending!

2019.02.27 | Events

New book: A design approach for technology comprehension

How do we educate children and young adults to lead meaningful and good lives in a digitized time? This question is answered in A design approach for technology comprehension, a new book by Prof. Ole Sejer Iversen, Associate Prof. Christian Dindler and Assistant Prof. Rachel Charlotte Smith.

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2019.02.25 | Research news

Postdoctoral position in digitalization and computational thinking at BSS

The Department of Management at Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University, invites applications for a 3-year postdoctoral position offering applicants an exciting opportunity to join a new research project on digitalization and computational thinking in education.

2019.02.01 | Research news

New report (in danish): Computational Thinking - why, what and how?

With support from Villum Fonden, Michael E. Caspersen, director of It-Vest, together with Prof. Ole Sejer Iversen, Prof. Mogens Niels, Postdoc. Arthur Hjort and Ph.d-stud. Line Have Musaeus developed the report (in Danish): Computational Thinking – hvorfor, hvad og hvordan?

2018.12.21 | Seminar

Processing Community Day

On the 9 Feb 2019 in DOKK1, Aarhus. PCD is an event about software-based projects, code, diversity and community outreach. There will be more than 80 international cities are joining during the same month.

2018.12.20 | Events, Conference

CCTD at FabLearn Europe 2019

CCTD will attend FabLearn Europe at University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland on May 28-29, 2019. The conference explores digital fabrication in education, making in educational contexts, and hands-on learning for the 21st Century.

Opening of CCTD

2018.09.19 | Ceremony / opening

Opening of Center for Computational Thinking & Design

at Aarhus University, Peter Bøgh Andersen Auditoriet, Finlandsgade 21, 8200 Aarhus N

2018.06.29 | CCT

2-day workshop: Experimental Creative Writing with Natural Language Processing by Allison Parris

As part of the Humans and IT research programme (HIT), Digital Aesthetics Research Center (DARC) has invited Allison Parrish, a programmer, poet and educator, to give a two-day hands-on workshop regarding the state of the art of natural language processing, exploring the relationship between art, culture, creativity,…

The micro:bit features 25 programmable LEDs, a light sensor, two buttons, an accelerometer, a thermometer, a compass, 25 external ports and communication works via radio, bluetooth or USB.   (photo: microbit.org)

2018.04.17 | CCT

Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) launches ultra:bit

65000 Danish fourth graders will receive a micro:bit The national Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) has launched a new project involving 65000 Danish fourth graders will focus on working with creativity and teknologi. The School of Communication and Culture at Aarhus University is one of the many organizations that are involved in the project,…

2018.03.05 | CCT

Ole Sejer Iversen in Deadline on DR

Ole Sejer Iversen was invited the Danish tv-show Deadline together with Jesper Balslev. During the discussion they touch upon whether the heavy investments in IT (in K9 education) has been productive for children’s learning. In the debate, Ole points out that it is important to distinguish between IT supported learning and Computational…

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