Co-creation is a term encompassing various forms of active stakeholder engagement and collaboration, including co-design, co-production, participatory design, Living Labs and DevOps. It has a strong ethos of valuing and involving the experience, expertise and creativity of all members of a user community and society more widely (Sanders & Stappers, 2008), and is an important aspect of the EU’s Responsible Research and Innovation agenda and part of the ‘Science with and for the Society’ objective (Horizon 2020, 2018). The case for co-creation is multifold: (i) wider and more efficient adoption of research and innovation, (ii) innovation that is more relevant and responsive to society, (iii) integration of society in innovation, and (iv) stronger ties of innovation with the individual end user/consumer.
Within the TEL domain, co-creation plays a particularly important role as design and development move from relatively well understood school-based or formal learning contexts into less structured and less well understood areas such as informal learning, workplace learning, and continuing professional development. Crucially, the use, effectiveness, and impact of these co-creation approaches in the TEL community needs to be better understood.
Some key questions have still not been sufficiently addressed:
This first workshop on Co-Creation in the Design, Development and Implementation of Technology-Enhanced Learning (CC-TEL) aims to identify a community of TEL researchers and practitioners who will be able to collectively take this work forward. The goals of the workshop are: (i) exchanging experiences of implementing co-design, (ii) identification of common issues and challenges, (iii) starting to build a community of co-creation in TEL.
The workshop will include presentations in the morning (including poster pitches) and a BarCamp in the afternoon, where all participants propose and vote on the sessions they want to run - allowing for reactive and flexible follow-up on issues & ideas from the morning. Therefore we will be using a co-creation approach within the workshop itself. The outcome of the workshop will include a refined list of research questions and plans for the further development of this research community. The aim is for this to be the first in a series of workshops on this topic, with subsequent workshops and collaborative projects set up to explore the research questions identified.
|9.00 - 9.30||Introductions (incl. introduction to BarCamp)|
|9.30 - 9.55||"Adopting Educational Innovations through Co-Creation: Knowledge Appropriation in Educational Living Labs" (Tobias Ley, Janika Leoste, Terje Väljataga, María Jesús Rodríguez-Triana, Katrin Poom-Valickis and Denis Gillet)|
|9.55 - 10.20||"Using Self-Determination Theory to Support Co-Design Activities" (Rosie Dent-Spargo)|
|10.20 - 10.45||"Engaging students in the evaluation process using co-creation and technology enhanced learning" (Bruno Filipe Pereira de Sousa)|
|10.45 - 11.15||Break|
|11.15 - 11.30||"Simulation-based Co-Creation of Algorithms" (Sebastian Dennerlein, Dominik Kowald, Viktoria Pammer, Elisabeth Lex and Tobias Ley)|
|11.30 - 11.55||"Primary School STEM education through co-creative methodologies" (Styliani Siouli, Ioanna Dratsiou, Panagiotis Antoniou and Panagiotis Bamidis)|
|11.55 - 12.20||"Devising a Co-creative digital content development pipeline for Experiential Healthcare Education" (Panagiotis Antoniou and Panagiotis Bamidis)|
|12.20 - 12.45||"Co-creation process and challenges in the conceptualization and development of the edCrumble learning design tool" (Laia Albó and Davinia Hernández-Leo)|
|12:45 - 13:45||Lunch|
|13:45 - 15:15||BarCamp|
|15:15 - 15:45||Coffee break|
|15:45 - 17:30||BarCamp|
Submissions are invited addressing any of the topics listed below. Submissions should clearly relate their topic to the use of co-creation in Technology Enhanced Learning.
We invite contributions of original completed and in-progress work, case studies, reflections, and lessons learnt around the topic of co-creation in the design, development and implementation of technology-enhanced learning. We welcome examples of co-creation in the academic setting, as well as public and private sectors.
You can choose between two submission types:
Full paper (max. 10 pages incl. references) should make significant novel contributions to the workshop topic. Accepted full papers will be presented during the workshop.
Poster (2-4 pages extended abstract incl. references) should report works-in-progress, initial reflections, and small case studies. Accepted poster submissions will be displayed as posters (ePosters are highly encouraged and we will provide you with access to an ePoster platform to create your ePoster) and presented as a quick pitch.
Manuscripts should be formatted using the LNCS format (guidelines and templates available here: http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0.
Please submit your manuscripts using Easychair https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cctel2018. Deadline for submitting papers is 2nd July. Notifications will be sent on 20th July. Successful authors will need to submit their camera-ready versions by 17th August.
Proceedings of the workshop will be published online at CEUR-WS.org.
* All submission deadlines are 11:59pm UTC-12Looking forward to seeing you in Leeds!
Carlos Martínez Gaitero
Joint Proceedings of the CC-TEL 2018 and TACKLE 2018 Workshops - http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2190
Carlos Martínez Gaitero
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