• The Role of Children in the Design of New Technology
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Tags/Keywords

children, design techniques, participatory design, evaluation, educational applications

Copyright Status

Material is in public domain

Citation

Druin, A. (2002). The role of children in the design of new technology. Behaviour and Information Technology, 21(1), 1-25.

Resource Type

Papers and Reports

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Overview

An overview of the expanding role of the user, in this case, children, in the technology design process, from the limited role of user, through tester, informant and finally, a design partner. Each role includes the previous one and expand on it.

Intended Audience

Researchers, Teachers/Educators

Topic Area

Research, Teaching, Technology Studies,

Authors

Alison Druin

Home Page Link

ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/hcil/Reports-Abstracts-Bibliography/99-23html/99-23.html

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