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DiDiAC: Publications

Scientific Articles

Rasmussen, I., & Hagen, Å. (2015). Facilitating students’ individual and collective knowledge construction through microblogs. International Journal of Educational Research, 72: 149–161. doi:10.1016/j.ijer.2015.04.014.


Warwick, P. & Major, L. (2017). Enhancing classroom dialogue: using the micro-blogging tool Talkwall to 'Think Together'. NQT Professional Development Conference. 24th March 2017, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK.

Major, L. (2017). Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): Enhancing Classroom Dialogue by using Talkwall to ‘Think Together’. Research in Digital Education Seminar. 27th January 2017, University of Edinburgh, UK.

Warwick, P. (2017). Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC). Graduate School of Education Seminar. 17th January 2017, University of Exeter, UK.

Major, L. (2016). Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): introducing TalkWall. Innovation session for the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference. 13th-15th September 2016, University of Leeds, UK.

Rasmussen, I., Warwick, P., Major, L., Smørdal, O., Ludvigsen, S. & Rødnes, K. A. (2016). Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): Design-based interventions for developing 21st-century skills. 28th-29th August 2016, University of Tartu, Estonia.

Smørdal, O. (2016). Participatory Design & Design for Participation, a case with Talkwall. 27th June 2016. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, UK.

Rasmussen, I. (2015). Designing tools to facilitate teacher-led discussions in the digitalised school. Guest Lecture, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. 23rd March, 2015.

Rasmussen, I. & Hagen, Å. (2015). Facilitating Students' Individual and Collective Knowledge Construction through Microblogs. Poster at AERA, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. April, 19-20, 2015.

n.b. Publications from 2015 are included here as they present the background for DiDiAC.