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EUSSET Summer School: Fourth International Summer School on Computer Supported Cooperative Work – Foundations, Methods and Technologies


Graduate School, Arts at Aarhus University


Description:

The CSCW Summer School provides young researchers (PhD or post-doc) with the opportunity to deepen their understanding of CSCW as a research field and community. The interaction among the participants (both teachers and students) will promote the generation of new ideas and their confrontation with the experiences they have acquired in their field research.

The school will release a certificate that can be used to acquire 7.5 ECTS upon the approval of the outcomes of their group work activities. Students are required to have read the course material (15-20 papers) in advance and to complete pre-course assignments which includes preparing a poster presenting their research to be used on the afternoon of the first day.

Aim:

After the introduction of the acronym CSCW (Computer Supported Cooperative Work) in the late 1980’ the themes connected with the understanding of collaborative work practices and the design of artefacts supporting collaboration have become pervasive in many scientific, business and social discourses. The domains in which CSCW can inform sociotechnical design are constantly growing and changing. This asks for a continuous elaboration of the theoretical foundations of the underpinning disciplines through a reflection on the outcomes of the field studies, on the methods applied in the social and technological investigations and on the impact of the technologies on practices they are made part of. The combination of these perspectives should be the patrimony of any researcher who wants to grasp the complex and subtle issues that are involved in the CSCW research area.

Literature:

TBA

Target group:

PhD or post-doc

Language:

English

Form:

Pre-course reading of literature and submission of assignments; Lectures; Exercises and activities based on the lectures

ECTS:

7.5

Lecturers:

Suggested lecturers (to be confirmed in Spring 2019)

Kjeld Schmidt

Dave Randall

Ina Wagner

Carla Simone

Gunnar Ellingsen

Myriam Lewkowicz

Michael Koch

Gerd Schwabe

Claudia Müller

Dates and time:

26-30 of August 2019

Venue:

Villa del Grumello – Lake Como School Of Advanced Studies Centro di Cultura Scien-tifica “Alessandro Volta”, Como (Italy)

Application deadline:

Primo April, 2019 (To be decided primo 2019). At the moment please contact Claus Bossen at clausbossen@cc.au.dk


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Course dates
26 August 2019 - 30 August 2019
Lecturer
See under "Lecturers"
Place/Venue
Villa del Grumello
Lake Como School of Advanced Studies
City
Como
ECTS
7,5 points
Link
http://clausbossen@cc.au.dk
Block-scheduling
No

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