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Cooperative Inquiry is a Participatory Design method that involves children (typically 7-11 years old) as full partners with adults in the design of technologies intended for use by children. For many years, child designers have worked together with adults in Cooperative Inquiry approaches. However, in the past children have not typically initiated the design problems tackled by the intergenerational team, nor have they acted in leadership roles by conducting design sessions-until now. In thisdoi:10.1145/2485760.2485796 dblp:conf/acmidc/YipFBGNRMPGD13 fatcat:o6lc5qf2wzey7pvjxeshhpsqiy