Child
Computer
Interaction
Group

Child Computer Interaction Group
CAVI
Dept. of Communication and Culture
University of Aarhus
Helsingforsgade 14
DK-8200 Aarhus N
Webdesign: Lower East
Programming: Ricoland

Publications

Project: Digital Sea / Photo: Rachel Charlotte Smith


Smith, R.C., Iversen, O.S., & Hjorth, M. (2015), “Design Thinking for Digital Fabrication in Education”, Special Issue on Digital Fabrication in Education, International Journal of Child Computer Interaction. Paper

Frauenberger, C., Good, J., Fitzpatrick, G. & Iversen, O.S. (2015). In pursuit of Rigour and Accountability in Participatory Design. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 74. pp. 93-106. Paper

Iversen, O.S. & Dindler, C. (2014). Sustaining Participatory Design Initiatives, CoDesign, Vol. 10 (3-4), pp. 153-170. Paper

Smith, R.C. & Iversen, O.S (2014), “Participatory Heritage Innovation: Designing Dialogic Sites of Engagement”, Journal for Digital Creativity, Special issue Designing for Creative Engagement in Museums and Cultural Institutions, Vol. 25 (4), 1-14. Paper

Kjærsgaard, M. & Smith, R.C. (2014), “Valuable Connections: Design Anthropology and Co-Creation in Digital Innovation”, EPIC’14 Proceedings of the International Conference on Ethnographic Praxis in Industry. New York, NY: ACM Press, 267-281. Paper

Gunn, W., Otto T. & Smith, R.C. (eds.) (2013), Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice. London & New York: Bloomsbury, pp. 285. Link

Smith, R.C., Iversen, O., Hjermitslev, T., & Lynggaard, A. (2013), “Towards an Ecological Inquiry in Child-Computer Interaction”, IDC’13 Proceedings of the International Conference on Interaction Design and Children, May 22-24, (New York, NY). New York, NY: ACM Press. Paper

Smith, R.C. (2013), “Designing Heritage for a Digital Culture”, in Gunn, W., Otto, T. & Smith, R. (eds.), Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice. London & New York: Bloomsbury, 117-135.

Smith, R.C. (2013), Designing Digital Cultural Futures: Design Anthropological Sites of Transformation, PhD Dissertation, Faculty of Arts, Arhus University, pp. 284.

Iversen, O. S., Read, j., Fitton, D., Horton, M., Little, L., (2013), “Methods of Working with Teenagers in ­Interaction Design”. Paper

Iversen, O.I. & Smith, R.C., (2012) “Connecting to Everyday Practices: Experiences from the Digital Natives Exhibition”, in Giaccardi, E. (ed.), Heritage and Social Media: Understanding and Experiencing Heritage in a Participatory Culture, London & New York: Routledge, 126-144. Paper

Iversen, O.I. & Smith, R.C. (2012). “Scandinavian Participatory Design: Dialogic Curation with Teenagers”. IDC’12 Proceedings of the International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. New York, NY: ACM Press, 106-115. Paper

Iversen, O. S., Dindler, C., (2012), “A Utopian agenda in Child-Computer Interaction”, International ­Journal of Child – Computer Interaction. Journal article

Read, J., Iversen, O. S., Horton, M., Fitton, D., Smith, R., (2012), “Designing Interactive Technology for Teens”. Paper

Smith, R. & Iversen, O. (2011) “When the Museum goes Native”, Interactions, Vol. XVIII.5. New York, NY: ACM Press, 15-19. Paper

Stenild, K., Iversen, O. S., 30.11.2011, “Motives matter: a cultural historical approach to IT mediated subject matter teaching”, Motives in Children’s Development, Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, s. 133-155. Book chapter

Iversen, O. S., Brodersen, A. C., 2007, “Bridging the Gap between users and children – A socio-cultural ­approach to designing with children”, Cognition, Technology and Work. Journal article

Iversen, O. S., Kortbek, K. J., Nielsen, K. R., Aagaard, L., 2007, “Stepstone – An Interactive Floor Application for hearing Impaired Children with a Cochlear Implant”. Paper