Posts Tagged: embodied learning

Key words: similarities and differences

Author: Carey Jewitt // The first MIDAS Agenda Setting Workshop took place on 7th of February 2014. It brought together about 30 practitioners concerned with methods, the body, and technology from the arts and social sciences, including fashion, information experience

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Key words: similarities and differences

Author: Carey Jewitt // The first MIDAS Agenda Setting Workshop took place on 7th of February 2014. It brought together about 30 practitioners concerned with methods, the body, and technology from the arts and social sciences, including fashion, information experience

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Multimodal Video Analysis: Exploring Gaze

Author: Mona Sakr // In our research as part of the embodiment strand of Multimodal Methods for Researching Digital Data and Environments (MODE), there is a particular focus on ‘reading’ the body – interpreting physical interaction – and understanding its

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Multimodal Video Analysis: Exploring Gaze

Author: Mona Sakr // In our research as part of the embodiment strand of Multimodal Methods for Researching Digital Data and Environments (MODE), there is a particular focus on ‘reading’ the body – interpreting physical interaction – and understanding its

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How bodies matter: Metaphorical mappings and epistemic actions

Authors: Anna Xambó and Sara Price // Tangible interfaces bring together the physical and the digital: tangible objects are computationally enhanced, and are typically used to both control and represent digital data. In 2006, Klemmer, Hartmann & Takayama published the

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How bodies matter: Metaphorical mappings and epistemic actions

Authors: Anna Xambó and Sara Price // Tangible interfaces bring together the physical and the digital: tangible objects are computationally enhanced, and are typically used to both control and represent digital data. In 2006, Klemmer, Hartmann & Takayama published the

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The eyes are the window to the….. body?

Author: Kerry Hudson // Eye tracking can be a great research tool for understanding a wide range of behaviours across development. Improvements in eye tracking technology means we no longer need to rig-up participants in heavy head-mounted equipment and use

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The eyes are the window to the….. body?

Author: Kerry Hudson // Eye tracking can be a great research tool for understanding a wide range of behaviours across development. Improvements in eye tracking technology means we no longer need to rig-up participants in heavy head-mounted equipment and use

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Ethnographer’s digital tools for fieldwork: What to use?

Author: Anna Xambó // Soon I am going to start to do extensive fieldwork for the MIDAS project. Six different sites from the Digital Arts and the Social Sciences will be observed, including situations such as research seminars, lectures, workshops,

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Ethnographer’s digital tools for fieldwork: What to use?

Author: Anna Xambó // Soon I am going to start to do extensive fieldwork for the MIDAS project. Six different sites from the Digital Arts and the Social Sciences will be observed, including situations such as research seminars, lectures, workshops,

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