Our contribution for the edMedia conference in Amsterdam 2018 is availble! You will find as well a preliminary version.
Veronika Hornung-Prähauser and DOIT colleagues from Salzburg Research and Lappeenranta University of Technology wrote a paper about DOIT’s social innovation training for the ISPIM conference 2018. It got published now.
Sandra Schön and Eva-Maria Hollauf had the idea to use big print-out to develop 360 degree pictures with kindergarten children and wrote about it (in German).
Sandra Schön (Salzburg Research) did an interview with Steven Marx about his inventors workhop in the well-known German speaking “Medienpädagogik Praxisblog”.
What DOIT wants to achieve and how it works was presented in the latest edition of the newsletter of the coordinator Salzburg Research. Among other projects and events, DOIT was mentioned on one page. We are always happy when someone shares our approach! Read the newsletter (German Language).
Within the first week of March 2018, the project team of the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework published – with a contribution of DOIT!
We are happy to announce another publication of DOIT within the Austrian IT journal “OCG Journal” (therefore the text is in German, …):
DOIT was already mentioned within some of DOIT’s partners publication but the first “only DOIT” publication within a journal is available now as well: A short description of DOIT within Austria’s journal “medienimpulse“. Of course DOIT’s publication is freely available (and open licenced).
The journal’s editors feature DOIT contribution with the following words (translated by DeepL):
Garbage cans that thank you and bikes that water trees: The H2020 project DOIT aims to provide impetus for the targeted support of young creativity. Sandra Schön and Eva-Maria Hollauf report on a remarkable media-pedagogical project…
- Sandra Schön & Eva-Maria Hollauf (2017). Kreatives Denken und Handeln in Makerspaces fördern. In: medienimpulse, 4/2017. URL: http://www.medienimpulse.at/articles/view/1152