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FabLab@School : From Digital Literacy to Design Bildung. / Hjorth, Mikkel; Iversen, Ole Sejer.

Proceedings of Fablearn Europe. 2014.

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Hjorth, M & Iversen, OS 2014, FabLab@School: From Digital Literacy to Design Bildung. i Proceedings of Fablearn Europe. FabLearn.eu, Aarhus, Danmark, 16/06/2014.

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title = "FabLab@School: From Digital Literacy to Design Bildung",
abstract = "Digital fabrication is becoming commonplace in the educational systems. As has often been stated, it offers opportunities for strengthening the digital literacy for future generations. In this paper we take the argument further - claiming the need for a design bildung perspective on digital fabrication. In doing so, we emphasize the designerly thinking inherent in digital fabrication. Seeing this in a bildung perspective emphasizes the need for such knowledge, skills and competences for all citizens of the near future. The implications of taking a design bildung perspective on digital fabrication are stated here as an increased focus on solving real-world problems, on technology as a material, on the ability and motivation to act designerly and on integrating the entire process of design (e.g. early ideation, co-design activities and prototyping) into the scope of digital fabrication in education.",
keywords = "Digital fabrication, Education, Design thinking",
author = "Mikkel Hjorth and Iversen, {Ole Sejer}",
year = "2014",
month = jun,
day = "16",
language = "English",
booktitle = "Proceedings of Fablearn Europe",
note = "null ; Conference date: 16-06-2014 Through 16-06-2014",

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KW - Education

KW - Design thinking

M3 - Article in proceedings

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Y2 - 16 June 2014 through 16 June 2014

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