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Widening the Scope of FabLearn Research: Integrating Computational Thinking, Design and Making

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Widening the Scope of FabLearn Research: Integrating Computational Thinking, Design and Making. / Eriksson, Eva; Iversen, Ole Sejer; Baykal, Gokce Elif et al.

2019. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2019, Oulu, Finland.

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Eriksson, E, Iversen, OS, Baykal, GE, Van Mechelen, M, Smith, RC, Wagner, M-L, Fog, BV, Klokmose, CN, Cumbo, B, Hjorth, HA, Musaeus, LH, Petersen, MG & Bouvin, NO 2019, 'Widening the Scope of FabLearn Research: Integrating Computational Thinking, Design and Making', Paper fremlagt ved Fablearn Europe 2019, Oulu, Finland, 28/05/2019 - 30/05/2019. https://doi.org/10.1145/3335055.3335070

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Eriksson E, Iversen OS, Baykal GE, Van Mechelen M, Smith RC, Wagner M-L, Fog BV, Klokmose CN, Cumbo B, Hjorth HA, et al. 2019. Widening the Scope of FabLearn Research: Integrating Computational Thinking, Design and Making. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2019, Oulu, Finland. https://doi.org/10.1145/3335055.3335070

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Eriksson E, Iversen OS, Baykal GE, Van Mechelen M, Smith RC, Wagner M-L et al.. Widening the Scope of FabLearn Research: Integrating Computational Thinking, Design and Making. 2019. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2019, Oulu, Finland. doi: https://doi.org/10.1145/3335055.3335070

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Eriksson, Eva ; Iversen, Ole Sejer ; Baykal, Gokce Elif et al. / Widening the Scope of FabLearn Research: Integrating Computational Thinking, Design and Making. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2019, Oulu, Finland.

Bibtex

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abstract = "FabLearn has primarily been concerned with studies of digital fabrication technologies in education, however, we witness an increased interest in integrating other related topics such as computational thinking, digital design and empowerment as an integrated whole. In this paper, we present a five years design research program for digital fabrication, computational thinking and design, to highlight why the FabLearn community should embrace this wider agenda to accomplish its ultimate goal to encourage a new generation to critically and constructively engage in the design of digital technology. The contribution of this paper is a number of open questions and considerations regarding the scope of European FabLearn research that we hope the community will consider and that might give rise to further discussions.",
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author = "Eva Eriksson and Iversen, {Ole Sejer} and Baykal, {Gokce Elif} and {Van Mechelen}, Maarten and Smith, {Rachel Charlotte} and Marie-Louise Wagner and Fog, {Bjarke Vognstrup} and Klokmose, {Clemens Nylandsted} and Bronwyn Cumbo and Hjorth, {Hermes Arthur} and Musaeus, {Line Have} and Petersen, {Marianne Graves} and Bouvin, {Niels Olof}",
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month = may,
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