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Introduction [chapter]

Kristiina Kumpulainen, Anu Kajamaa, Ola Erstad, Åsa Mäkitalo, Kirsten Drotner, Sólveig Jakobsdóttir
2022 Nordic Childhoods in the Digital Age  
The chapter claims that digital media serve to complexify adult discourses on children's means of knowledge formation.  ...  The chapter makes visible commonalities and differences in children's practices across the three settings in terms of playfulness, creative knowledge production, and knowledge sharing.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003145257-1 fatcat:hqvui7slgzf4fjlkqo3uvnsn4e

Nordic children, media, and technologies [chapter]

Kirsten Drotner
2022 Nordic Childhoods in the Digital Age  
This lack implies that the means through which children generate, share, and store knowledge about themselves and the world through cultural modes of expression remain rather marginal to scientific interest  ...  As a start, researchers need to embrace the complexities of children's digital means of knowledge formation through holistic research approaches while acknowledging that academic results often paint a  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003145257-4 fatcat:uhjdobhgojb5vcxar6k5rgznky

"It helped me do my science."

Jason Yip, June Ahn, Tamara Clegg, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Daniel Pauw, Michael Gubbels
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Interaction design and children - IDC '14  
In this paper, we present the design evolution of two social media (SM) tools: Scientific INQuiry (SINQ), which transformed into ScienceKit.  ...  Our longitudinal case study and design narrative contribute to our understanding of the design and use of SM tools to support children's scientific inquiry.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the Computing Innovation Fellows program for funding this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2593968.2593969 dblp:conf/acmidc/YipACBPG14 fatcat:frioqgoa3zcvbmih3ttdlzzexy

Research and Design of Learning Experiences for Families

Maureen Callanan, Catherine Eberbach, Shelley V. Goldman, Jennifer Jipson, Amber Levinson, Elyse Litvack, Megan Luce, Lucy R. McClain, Sinem Siyahhan, Carrie Tzou, Jessica Umphress, Tanner Vea (+2 others)
2014 International Conference of the Learning Sciences  
However, we need more understanding of how learning can be constructively linked across facets of children's lives, especially as they move through the world with their families.  ...  We aim to further understand 1) processes of learning across practices, time, persons and social/physical contexts, 2) the nature of learning processes in families, considering varied goals, values, and  ...  outdoors to shared family experiences and other forms of prior knowledge.  ... 
dblp:conf/icls/CallananEGJLLLM14 fatcat:gmqta7sulzaw3avceohswzpioq

The Distance Between the "Self" and the "Other" in Children's Digital Books

Natalia Kucirkova, Karen Littleton
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
relation to children's literature and the contemporary design of children's interactive e-books.  ...  The familiarity of the reading content and the relevance of the reading medium for a child's personal life can be evoked through a number of reading strategies and design techniques, which we discuss in  ...  It follows that classrooms are conceptualized around shared values and acquisition of new knowledge and facts, and this focus is actively fostered through social upbringing and collective perceptions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.589281 pmid:33192926 pmcid:PMC7649759 fatcat:w7cyt73dkjghfedbkb6i7shjwi

Early years curriculum: funds of knowledge as a conceptual framework for children's interests

Helen Hedges, Joy Cullen, Barbara Jordan
2011 Journal of Curriculum Studies  
Acknowledgements Warm thanks to the teachers, children, and families of Takapuna Kindergarten and The No 1 Kindy, who generously shared their lives with me in 2005.  ...  The principle of credit rather than anonymity was approved to acknowledge the participants' real names in their contributions to the study. Notes  ...  Discussion Exposure to a wide range of experiences built children's funds of knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220272.2010.511275 fatcat:d5trl3u4knd6noqiphrr62a6sq

The role of school librarians in enhancing science learning

Mega Subramaniam, June Ahn, Amanda Waugh, Natalie Greene Taylor, Allison Druin, Kenneth R. Fleischmann, Greg Walsh
2013 Journal of Librarianship and Information Science  
In this paper, we show how school librarian practices can directly enhance aspects of science education by providing concrete examples from a study where we engaged school librarians to co-design and coimplement  ...  School librarians play a pivotal role in facilitating learning of all subjects in primary and secondary schools in the United States, but their potential contributions to science have not been explored  ...  His research interests lie at the intersection of children's technologies, human-computer interaction, and participatory design.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0961000613493920 fatcat:u5xunldqljfnzkvyus5fr65btq

Towards defining media socialization as a basis for digital society

Valentina Milenkova, Dobrinka Peicheva, Mario Marinov
2018 International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education  
Yet at the same time, many parents, educationalists and marketers consider that media permeate, even control, children's lives to a degree that was unknown just a generation ago.  ...  Indeed, they often challenge normative socio-cultural practices through the ways in which they use media.  ...  conclusions to illuminate a multidimensional understanding of children, media and culture.  ... 
doi:10.5937/ijcrsee1802021m fatcat:zf2f6gwcobfe5j6i3fk2v6n4ue

An Opportunity to Inform and Educate Through the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative: Outreach Efforts Surrounding the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Debra Benoit, Leigh Zimmermann, Katie Fillingham, Stephen Sempier, Nilde Dannreuther, Jarryl Ritchie, Kenneth Halanych
2016 Oceanography  
An opportunity to inform and educate through the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative: Outreach efforts surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  ...  GoMRI continues to leverage the broad distribution of OP content by highlighting new pieces on the GoMRI website, in quarterly newsletters, and sharing through social media outlets.  ...  content for traditional science media outlets that typically reach a relatively small audience of already knowledgeable science enthusiasts, and (2) sharing oil spill related discoveries through popular  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2016.60 fatcat:wsbo6tgo2rcadhpg3wkyqtzrze

What's a Situation in Situated Cognition? - A Constructionist Critique of Authentic Inquiry

Dor Abrahamson, Andrea A. diSessa, Paulo Blikstein, Uri Wilensky, David H. Uttal, Meredith M. Amaya, Loren M. Marulis, Allan M. Collins
2006 International Conference of the Learning Sciences  
that fosters opportunities for students to learn subject matter through experiencing authentic scientific/mathematical inquiry.  ...  Model-based design may be as intellectually honest, culturally respectful, cognitively generative, and scientifically/mathematically authentic as learning that draws more directly on students' out-of-school  ...  In this project, we seek to understand the intuitive pools of knowledge lying behind children's abilities to comprehend and control many situations in the world-physical, social, and otherwise.  ... 
dblp:conf/icls/AbrahamsondBWUA06 fatcat:dxh5cihk5battbk7565feyyibi

Child-led research from inception to reception: Methodological innovation and evolution issues

Mary Kellett
2012 CM - casopis za upravljanje komuniciranjem  
This article traces the concept of child-led research,as developed in the Children's Research Centre 3 , from its first inception to ultimate reception by the academic communityand advancement of a new  ...  Before this, an exposition of the historical context and the shifting status of the child in society provide theoretical frameworks in which to situate the discussions that unfold.  ...  Promoting social inclusion in child-led research requires more than deep funding pockets, it necessitates adjustments to research designs and data collection methods that are appropriate to the needs of  ... 
doi:10.5937/comman1224005k fatcat:55doj5spj5hzxcwlwv2bcalb2a

Making sense and nonsense: Comparing mediated discourse and agential realist approaches to materiality in a preschool makerspace

Karen E Wohlwend, Kylie A Peppler, Anna Keune, Naomi Thompson
2017 Journal of Early Childhood Literacy  
Mediated discourse analysis of multimodality identified collaborative interaction among players in a small group and tracked a collective flow of materialized knowledge that moved through children's sharing  ...  Mediated discourse analysis has relied on linguistic framing and social semiotics to make sense of multimodality.  ...  to a peer culture nexus of play practices for shared enactments of favorite popular media scenes.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1468798417712066 fatcat:uyhkcj2b2nh7db7qm5nyfclaey

Digital library initiatives: An overview of national and international scenario

Gautam A. Wani
2022 IP Indian Journal of Library Science and Information Technology  
The emergence of digital technology and computer networking have provided means where by Information can be stored, retrieved, disseminated, and duplicated in a very fast manner.  ...  But with initiative like Google Books Projects, Million Book Project, initiated by Carnegie Mellon University, the culture of digital library has also made a beginning in India.  ...  It supports electronic publishing and open access to scholarship in order to enhance the sharing of knowledge worldwide.  ... 
doi:10.18231/j.ijlsit.2021.015 fatcat:jj6gnywitbehvib6fvlqwdqs44

Child-Led Research: Questioning Knowledge

Patricio Cuevas-Parra, E. Kay M. Tisdall
2019 Social Sciences  
In particular, this paper explores what counts as knowledge in social science research within contexts of generational difference and power.  ...  The children's rights agenda has combined with academic childhood studies, to emphasise that children are and can be social actors and to seek ways to recognise and support their participation rights.  ...  Kay Tisdall acknowledges a range of collaborative projects funded by the Big Lottery Fund, the British Academy, Economic and Social Research Council (R451265206, RES-189-25-0174, RES-451-26-0685) and Knowledge  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci8020044 fatcat:crlap32ieffdpdneq4t7oluovq

Collaboration for rare disease drug discovery research

Nadia K. Litterman, Michele Rhee, David C. Swinney, Sean Ekins
2014 F1000Research  
The growth of collaborative software that can enable researchers to share their data could also enable rare disease patients and foundations to manage their portfolio of funded projects for developing  ...  In academia, advances in genetics analyses and disease mechanisms have allowed scientific understanding to mature, but the lack of funding and translational capability severely limits the rare disease  ...  Lori Sames (Hannah's Hope Fund) and Allison Moore (Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation) are also acknowledged for their support and information that enabled the summaries of GAN and CMT, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.5564.1 pmid:25685324 pmcid:PMC4314660 fatcat:ximv7scrtfdqlkrvxkrvp3ajoi
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