Home > Research > Publications & Outputs > Rowing Together, Learning Between

Electronic data

  • MirianCalvo-iJADE2019

    Accepted author manuscript, 5.49 MB, PDF document

View graph of relations

Rowing Together, Learning Between: Visualising Boundary Spaces in Community Codesign

Research output: Contribution to conference - Without ISBN/ISSN Conference paper

Published

Standard

Rowing Together, Learning Between : Visualising Boundary Spaces in Community Codesign. / Calvo, Mirian.

2019. Paper presented at Creating Spaces, International Journal of Art & Design Education Conference, London, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conference - Without ISBN/ISSN Conference paper

Harvard

Calvo, M 2019, 'Rowing Together, Learning Between: Visualising Boundary Spaces in Community Codesign', Paper presented at Creating Spaces, International Journal of Art & Design Education Conference, London, United Kingdom, 22/02/19 - 23/02/19.

APA

Calvo, M. (2019). Rowing Together, Learning Between: Visualising Boundary Spaces in Community Codesign. Paper presented at Creating Spaces, International Journal of Art & Design Education Conference, London, United Kingdom.

Vancouver

Calvo M. Rowing Together, Learning Between: Visualising Boundary Spaces in Community Codesign. 2019. Paper presented at Creating Spaces, International Journal of Art & Design Education Conference, London, United Kingdom.

Author

Calvo, Mirian. / Rowing Together, Learning Between : Visualising Boundary Spaces in Community Codesign. Paper presented at Creating Spaces, International Journal of Art & Design Education Conference, London, United Kingdom.

Bibtex

@conference{c45567e34cac415da540fa67e3bfb135,
title = "Rowing Together, Learning Between: Visualising Boundary Spaces in Community Codesign",
abstract = "Positioned within Social Design (design motivated by social demands and not by the market), this paper reports on PhD research focused on uncovering the relationship between informal-mutual learning and community-based co-design. As the study progressed, following an ethnographic approach into a pilot study and two case studies, I raised awareness of a collective learning process supported by the co-design situations which engaged different people, all learning from each other, usually unconsciously. As a result, I developed a theoretical framework, based on Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), one capable of itemising a myriad of entities and interactions entangling in co-design situations, describing their relationships and functional dynamics. The framework visualises this relationship and draws attention to the relevance of informal-mutual learning as an essential synergy towards achieving collaboration.",
keywords = "co-design, Informal-mutual learning, Cultural-Historical Activity Theory",
author = "Mirian Calvo",
year = "2019",
month = feb,
day = "23",
language = "English",
note = "Creating Spaces, International Journal of Art & Design Education Conference ; Conference date: 22-02-2019 Through 23-02-2019",
url = "http://www.gsa.ac.uk/life/gsa-events/events/i/ijade-conference-2018/?source=archive",

}

RIS

TY - CONF

T1 - Rowing Together, Learning Between

T2 - Creating Spaces, International Journal of Art & Design Education Conference

AU - Calvo, Mirian

PY - 2019/2/23

Y1 - 2019/2/23

N2 - Positioned within Social Design (design motivated by social demands and not by the market), this paper reports on PhD research focused on uncovering the relationship between informal-mutual learning and community-based co-design. As the study progressed, following an ethnographic approach into a pilot study and two case studies, I raised awareness of a collective learning process supported by the co-design situations which engaged different people, all learning from each other, usually unconsciously. As a result, I developed a theoretical framework, based on Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), one capable of itemising a myriad of entities and interactions entangling in co-design situations, describing their relationships and functional dynamics. The framework visualises this relationship and draws attention to the relevance of informal-mutual learning as an essential synergy towards achieving collaboration.

AB - Positioned within Social Design (design motivated by social demands and not by the market), this paper reports on PhD research focused on uncovering the relationship between informal-mutual learning and community-based co-design. As the study progressed, following an ethnographic approach into a pilot study and two case studies, I raised awareness of a collective learning process supported by the co-design situations which engaged different people, all learning from each other, usually unconsciously. As a result, I developed a theoretical framework, based on Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), one capable of itemising a myriad of entities and interactions entangling in co-design situations, describing their relationships and functional dynamics. The framework visualises this relationship and draws attention to the relevance of informal-mutual learning as an essential synergy towards achieving collaboration.

KW - co-design

KW - Informal-mutual learning

KW - Cultural-Historical Activity Theory

M3 - Conference paper

Y2 - 22 February 2019 through 23 February 2019

ER -