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Pivotal moments for decision making in collaborative design by Kris Lund

posted 15 Nov 2012, 07:14 by ICO Education   [ updated 15 Nov 2012, 07:15 ]
On the afternoon of November 22 (exact time and place to be determined), Kris Lund will visit CELTEC and will give a talk on Pivotal moments for decision making in collaborative design. 

The talk is talk is based on the following publication:
Lund, K., Prudhomme, G., & Cassier, J.L. (forthcoming). Pivotal moments for decision making in collaborative design: are they teachable? In (Eds.) S. Goggins, I. Jahnke & V. Wulf. CSCL@Work: Case studies of collaborative learning at work (Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Series). New York: Springer. 

Who is Kris?
Kristine Lund is a CNRS Senior Research Engineer in the ICAR laboratory at the University of Lyon and served as the vice-director of ICAR for 4 years (2007-2010). An English-French-Finnish trilingual, she is also currently Chief Scientific Officer at the www.Cognik.net company and one of its three co-founders. She earned her PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of Grenoble, a Masters Degree in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Paris and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Computer Science from Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota. She is an elected board member of ISLS and serves on the Education committee where she has co-organized both the Doctoral Consortium (CSCL 2011) and the Early Career Workshop (CSCL 2013) and where she is participating in setting up a network of Learning Sciences programs around the world. Her research focuses on argumentation and explanation as collaborative learning mechanisms, the multimodality of language production as related to collaborative learning, the analysis and visualization of multi-source traces of group interactions and their socio-relational, affective and cognitive dimensions. 

If you are planning to come, please send an email to Audrey Wigman (ahw@ou.nl).

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15 Nov 2012, 07:14