Monday, June 29, 2015

EMAL and our new informal consortium at LearnXDesign2015

All facilitators from the three research groups organizing the Embodied making and design learning at the LearnXDesign2015-conference, 28. june 2015. From the left:

Brynjar Olavsson (HiT, Norway), Joel Lopata (Western, Canada), Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen (Helsinki University, Finland), Marte S. Gulliksen (HiT, Norway), Maarit Mäkelä (Aalto University, Finland), Catharine Dihske-Hondzel (Huron College, Canada), Tellervo Härkki (Helsinki University, Finland), Camilla Groth (Aalto University, Finland)

We plan to make as many as possible of our presentations available from our blogs. We are also developing our papers into articles that will be published as a Special Issue in the research journal FORMakademisk. 
Presentation slides for the symposium is published at Gulliksen's page.

Marte S. Gulliksen's paperpresentation, direct link to pdf from This paper was on the woodcarver's experience of carving and in particular the neurobiological basis for the carver's memory. During the presentation I showed this little bowl, which I carved while writing the paper: 


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