Art and Software for All

Presentation for the Department of Computer Science HiOA 20.12.2017 

Main References (see scholar)

  • Jaccheri,  Letizia; Sindre,  Guttorm; Software engineering students meet interdisciplinary project work and art, “Information Visualization,  2007. IV’07. 11th International Conference”, 925-934, 2007, IEEE
  • A checklist for integrating student empirical studies with research and teaching goals, JC Carver, L Jaccheri, S Morasca, F Shull, Empirical Software Engineering 15 (1), 35-59
  • Trifonova,  Anna; Jaccheri,  Letizia; Bergaust,  Kristin,  Software engineering issues in interactive installation art, International Journal of Arts and Technology, 1, 1, 43-65, 2008, Inderscience Publishers
  • Høiseth,  Marikken; Jaccheri,  Letizia, Art and technology for young creators,  Entertainment Computing–ICEC 2011, 210-221, 2011, Springer Berlin/Heidelberg
  • Giannakos,  Michail N; Jaccheri,  Letizia, What motivates children to become creators of digital enriched artifacts?, Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Creativity & Cognition, 104-113, 2013, ACM
  • Giannakos,  Michail; Jaccheri,  Letizia, Software and Hardware-Intensive Activities for Supporting Creative Learning, Mobile Computing, 55, 2013,
  • Giannakos,  Michail N; Jaccheri,  Letizia, Code your own game: the case of children with hearing impairments, International Conference on Entertainment Computing, 108-116, 2014, “Springer,  Berlin,  Heidelberg”
  • Papavlasopoulou,  Sofia; Giannakos,  Michail N; Jaccheri,  Letizia, “Creative Programming Experiences for Teenagers: Attitudes,  Performance and Gender Differences”, Proceedings of the The 15th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children, 565-570, 2016, ACM
  • Papavlasopoulou,  Sofia; Giannakos,  Michail N; Jaccheri,  Letizia, “Empirical studies on the Maker Movement,  a promising approach to learning: A literature review”, Entertainment Computing, 18, , 57-78, 2017, Elsevier

 

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