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The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children

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The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children. / Cumbo, Bronwyn; Eriksson, Eva; Iversen, Ole Sejer.

2019. Paper præsenteret ved 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , Perth, Australien.

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Harvard

Cumbo, B, Eriksson, E & Iversen, OS 2019, 'The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children', Paper fremlagt ved 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , Perth, Australien, 03/12/2019 - 05/12/2019.

APA

Cumbo, B., Eriksson, E., & Iversen, O. S. (2019). The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children. Paper præsenteret ved 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , Perth, Australien.

CBE

Cumbo B, Eriksson E, Iversen OS. 2019. The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children. Paper præsenteret ved 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , Perth, Australien.

MLA

Cumbo, Bronwyn, Eva Eriksson, og Ole Sejer Iversen The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children. 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , 03 dec. 2019, Perth, Australien, Paper, 2019.

Vancouver

Cumbo B, Eriksson E, Iversen OS. The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children. 2019. Paper præsenteret ved 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , Perth, Australien.

Author

Cumbo, Bronwyn ; Eriksson, Eva ; Iversen, Ole Sejer. / The ’Least-Adult’ Role in Participatory Design with Children. Paper præsenteret ved 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , Perth, Australien.

Bibtex

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