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  • The Main Conference begins with the Welcome Reception on Monday evening, June 24th. The Hands-On Design Activities held on Sunday are optional and are not a part of the Main Conference; these design activities are open to the general public and are family-friendly. Download the Program

    9:30AM – 3PM

    The New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th St, Queens, NY
    Check-in for Hands-on Design Activity at NYSCI (9:30am onwards)
    Box lunches provided for participants of Hands-on Design Activities (12pm – 1pm)

    12:00PM – 1:00PM

    ON-SITE REGISTRATION & DESIGN ACTIVITIES CHECK-IN
    The New School, 66 West 12th Street (Lobby)
    Conference on-site registration opens for all participants (12pm – 5pm)


     

    The New School, 2 West 13th Street (Lobby)
    Check-in and brief orientation for Hands-on Design Activities (12pm – 1pm)
    Box lunches provided for participants of Hands-on Design Activities (12pm – 1pm)

    1:00PM – 5:00PM

    HANDS-ON DESIGN ACTIVITIES

    • An iOS/Acoustic Music Design Lab

      Facilitated by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute
      The New School’s Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
      Organizer: Christopher Amos (Carnegie Hall)

      This workshop will explore the intersections between musical concepts addressed in elementary music learning, the development of musical interfaces, and applications in performance and educational contexts. The workshop will include a rehearsal and performance of In C (see performance description for Tuesday evening IDC reception) using iOS mobile devices and acoustic instruments, a hands-on exploration of the musical interface, and a design feedback session and discussion that explores possibilities for future development of the project.  Workshop participants are invited to participate in a public performance of the work at the conference welcome reception. No prior technical or musical experience is required to participate in the workshop and performance.

    • Electronics Playground

      Presented by Josh Chan and Tarun Pondicherry (Stanford)
      The New School, 2 W 13th Street

      Learn about how things around you work with students from Stanford’s Transformative Learning Technologies Lab. No experience required!
      You’ll use LightUp, a brand new learning platform for electronics, to make cool projects that interact with the world around you. Click together a few LightUp blocks into a circuit, and then program it to do what you want with Arduino, a popular programming environment designed for beginners.

    • MOUSE Corps

      Presented by Marc Lesser and Meredith Summs (MOUSE)
      The New School, 2 W 13th Street

      MOUSE Corps is an elite team of tinkerers and innovators, working together after school to learn, make and dream with technology. Each year, youth learn human-centered design processes that help them build technology projects that address a social need. This year, we are designing adaptive and assistive technologies with volunteers at United Cerebral Palsy. As part of this showcase, MOUSE corps teens from across NYC will engage participants in mini-lessons that represent aspects of our own program year and design activities.

      Participants will:

      • Experience some of the ways that we learn the importance of Prototyping through a short hands-on rapid prototyping challenge
      • Learn about human-centered research activities that we’ve conducted to build empathy for the users that we design alongside
      • Learn the basics of adapting the circuits and switches of low-cost toys as an introduction to basic circuits and adaptive design
      • Experience working prototypes from four MOUSE Corps project teams

      This activity is an open participatory forum and offered free of charge to all participants attending IDC.

    • Narrative Contexts as a Design Element

      Facilitated by Sesame Workshop & The New York Hall of Science.
      The New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th St, Queens, NY (718) 699-0005, nysci.org
      Organizers: Peggy Monahan (NYSCI), Jessie Hopkins (Sesame Workshop), David Glauber (Sesame Workshop)

      *Please note this activity is from 10am-3pm.

      This day long, hands-on design activity held at the New York Hall of Science, New York’s hands-on science and technology center, will explore story, character, and humor as a strategies designers may use to increase engagement and understanding. Hosted by interactive writers from Sesame Workshop and exhibit designers from the New York Hall of Science, this design lab is appropriate for all who are interested in exploring narrative within interactives.  Special attention will be paid to informal educational technologies and STEM topics. Workshop participants will design and build iterative prototypes that will be tested with child and family visitors in the exhibit halls. The work and discussion stemming from this event will also be featured in the IDC conference’s Wednesday evening reception, held at the New York Hall of Science.

    • Papertronics

      Presented by Ariel Churi and Amy Parness (Sparkle Lab)
      The New School, 2 W 13th Street

      Arts and crafts with LEDs. We will create a LED circuit and design our own light up robots. The robots are little lights that can be turned off and on. Learn to use LEDs and conductive materials. Become familiar with electronic components by creating a simple electronic paper toy to take home. Materials: Markers, glue, glitter, conductive tape, pom poms, and exacto knifes for older kids.

    • Play Forum / Play City

      GREENSPACENYC presented by Jeff Kasper (CUNY) and Laura Scherling (The New School)
      The New School, 2 W 13th Street

      Building a future populated by vibrant and sustainable cities rests on the growth and support of creative communities — communities and cultures that value innovation, that are characterized by a DIY spirit, and that are willing to remix the old and experiment with the present. Our lifestyles today too often increase reliance, closing our minds to possibility, and entangling us in cycles of consumption. But, through education, knowledge-sharing and the promotion of a participatory culture we might begin to disrupt this pattern and re-empower and re-ignite dormant creativity.
      GREENSPACENYC is pleased to introduce the Play Forum — a collaborative project created to explore how we can better integrate play into the everyday. The goal of the project is to begin conversations around how the city is experienced and how it could be. At Interactive Design and Children 2013, project organizers will lead a participatory mapping workshop and conclude with a short presentation and Q&A.

      The hands-on workshop portion of the event will invite participants to co-create impromptu public art – a colorful map illustrating how New York could be re-imagined to include more artistic interventions and inventive play spaces. The activity is guided by these questions: What are current examples of play within urban space? What are strategies for incorporating play into our cities through top-down and bottom-up interventions? Why is play an integral element in the development of more sustainable communities and neighborhoods?

      The afternoon will conclude with a conversation about the intersection of play, sustainability, and the urban environment with LEED certified architect Andrew Haner (NYU), moderated by Laura Scherling (The New School) and Jeff Kasper (CUNY).

    Outcomes from some of the Hands-on Design Activities will be showcased, along with mini-maker activities, at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) during the Design, Make, Play evening reception event on Wednesday, June 26th, 7pm – 10pm.

  • The Monday workshops (half and full-day) are optional and are not a part of the Main Conference. The Main Conference begins with the Welcome Mixer on Monday evening. All workshops include lunch and refreshments.

    8:00AM – 9:00AM

    BREAKFAST
    Available at both The New School (65 West 11 Street, Lang Cafe) and Sesame Workshop (1 Lincoln Plaza, enter at 1900 Broadway between 63 and 64 Streets)

    9:00AM – 5:30PM

    FORMAL WORKSHOPS
    **Please note all workshops have a formal submission process outlined within the individual url underneath each workshop description. You cannot register for a workshop until your submission has been accepted and ‘workshop code’ has been provided to you by the workshop organizer. However, some workshops may accept drop-in participant if they are not at full capacity; if you are interested in any workshop, please check with workshop organizers in advance, to see if you can still participate. **
    Half-Day Workshops
    • 9:00am – 12:30pm : Evaluating Accessibility in Fabrication Tools for Children

      The New School, 66 West 12th Street, Room 410
      Organized by Ben Leduc-Mills (University of Colorado, Boulder), Jaymes Dec (Marymount School of New York), John Schimmel (DIYAbility)

      Workshop website:  http://www.diyability.org/idc2013

    • 2:00pm – 5:30pm : Digital Fabrication and Making in Education

      The New School, 66 West 12th Street, Room 410
      Organized by Paulo Blikstein (Stanford University), Dennis Krannich (University of Bremen)

      Workshop website:  https://sites.google.com/site/digifabnyc2013/

    Full-Day Workshops
    • Behaviour Change Interventions: Teenagers, Technology and Design

      The New School, 66 West 12th Street, Room 715
      Organized by Linda Little (Northumbria University), Beth Bell (Northumbria University), Margaret Anne Defeyter (Northumbria University), Janet Read (University of Central Lancashire), Daniel Fitton (University of Central Lancashire), Matthew Horton (University of Central Lancashire)

      Workshop website:  http://research.northumbria.ac.uk/IDC2013_change/

    • Bridging Books: Printed Media as a Support for Digital Experiences

      Sesame Workshop, 1 Lincoln Plaza, Open Space
      Organized by Ana Lúcia Pinto (Universidade do Minho), Cristina Sylla (Universidade do Minho), Ana Carina Figueiredo (Universidade do Minho), Pedro Branco (Universidade do Minho), Nelson Zagalo (Universidade do Minho), Eduarda Coquet (Universidade do Minho), Jie Qi (MIT), Natalie Freed (Exploratorium Museum)

      Workshop website:  http://bridgingbooks.org/

    • Designing for and with Children with Special Needs in Multiple Settings

      The New School, 66 West 12th Street, Room 619
      Organized by Róisín McNaney (Newcastle University), Madeline Balaam (Newcastle University), Kevin Marshall (Newcastle University), Abigail Durant (Newcastle University), Janet Read (University of Central Lancashire), Judith Good (University of Sussex), Judy Robinson (Heriot-Watt University), Gregory Abowd (Georgia Tech)

      Workshop website:  http://designspecialneeds.wordpress.com/

    • Enhancing Children’s Voices with Media and Technology

      Sesame Workshop, 1 Lincoln Plaza, Feather Lounge
      Organized by Juan Rubio (Global Kids), Kori Inkpen (Microsoft Research), Anna Ly (Joan Ganz Cooney Center), Jessica Kaminsky (Carnegie Mellon University)

      Workshop website:  http://kidsvoices.cmucreatelab.org/index.html

    • Interactive e-Books for Children

      Sesame Workshop, 1 Lincoln Plaza, Event Room
      Organized by Nadia Mana (FBK), Ornella Mich (FBK), Antonella De Angeli (University of Trento), Allison Druin (University of Maryland)

      Workshop website: http://idc2013-ebooks.fbk.eu

    • Interactive Technologies that Enhance Children’s Creativity

      The New School, 66 West 12 Street, Room 701
      Organized by Françoise Decortis (University of Paris VIII), Elisa Rubegni (Università della Svizzera italiana), Anne Bationo Tillon (University of Paris VIII), Edith Ackermann (MIT)

      Workshop website: http://itecc.paragraphe.info

    9:00AM – 5:30PM

    DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM
    The New School, 66 West 12th Street, Room 716
    Organized by Chris Quintana (University of Michigan) and Panos Markopoulos (Eindhoven University of Technology)
    Limited to doctoral students who will be presenting and invited participants only. Full-day session includes lunch and refreshments
    Full Schedule for Doctoral Consortium

    12:30PM – 2:00PM

    BUFFET LUNCH
    Available at both The New School (65 West 11 Street, Lang Cafe) and Sesame Workshop (1 Lincoln Plaza, enter at 1900 Broadway between 63 and 64 Streets)

    EVENING RECEPTION BEGINS

    5:30PM – 7:30PM

    WELCOME RECEPTION
    Vera List Courtyard, The New School, 66 West 12th Street
    Informal drop-in mixer for conference participants arriving with drinks and light snacks

    7:30PM – 9:30PM

    NYC YOUTH MEDIA SHOWCASE
    The New School’s Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Organized by Alexandra Kelly and Peter Lucas (The New School)
    A showcase and panel discussion of creative media work produced by high-school students involved with innovative youth media programs in New York City, including the Center for Urban Pedagogy, Engage Media Lab, Global Action Project, Reel Lives, Radio Rookies, and The LAMP. The event is being hosted in partnership with the Mozilla Hive NYC Learning Network.
    Learn more about this event
  • 8:00AM – 9:00AM

    BREAKFAST
    The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    9:00AM – 10:30AM


    THE NEW SCHOOL WELCOME ADDRESS AND OPENING KEYNOTE

    The New School’s Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street

     

    10:30AM – 11:00AM

    REFRESHMENTS
    Vera List Courtyard, 66 West 12th Street

    11:00AM – 12:30PM

    PAPER SESSION: COMPUTING AND PROGRAMMING
    Chair: Mike Eisenberg
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Watch Session Video
    Full papers presented with a panel discussion + Q&A thereafter

    • Designing ScratchJr: Support for Early Childhood Learning through Computer
      Programming

      Louise P. Flannery, Elizabeth R. Kazakoff, Paula Bontá, Brian Silverman, Marina U.
      Bers and Mitchel Resnick
      Tufts University, USA; Playful Invention Company, USA; MIT Media Lab, USA
    • Automatically Generating Tutorials to Enable Middle School Children to Learn
      Programming Independently

      Kyle Harms, Dennis Cosgrove, Shannon Gray and Caitlin Kelleher
      Washington University, St. Louis, USA
    • A Curriculum for Teaching Computer Science Through Computational Textiles

      Kanjun Qiu, Leah Buechley, Edward Baafi and Wendy Dubow
      MIT, USA; Modkit, USA; National Center for Women and Information Technology,USA
    • From Surveys to Collaborative Art: Enabling Children to Program with Online Data

      Sayamindu Dasgupta
      MIT, USA

    12:30PM – 2:00PM

    BUFFET LUNCH
    The New School (66 West 12 Street) and Theresa Lang Center (55 West 13th Street) – with Posters/Demos

    2:00PM – 3:30PM

    PAPER SESSION: COMMUNICATION AND SELF-EXPRESSION
    Chair: Tilde Bekker
    Watch Session Video
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Full papers presented with a panel discussion + Q&A thereafter

    • Learning Extended Writing: Designing for Children’s Collaboration

      Phil Heslop, Ahmed Kharrufa, Madeline Balaam, David Leat and Patrick Olivier
      Newcastle University, UK
    • Design to Support Interpersonal Communication in the Special Educational Needs Classroom

      Abigail Durrant, Jonathan Hook, Roisin McNaney, Keir Williams, Thomas Smith, Mathew Kipling, Tony Stockman and Patrick Olivier
      Newcastle University, UK; Queen Mary University of London, UK
    • Discrepancies in a Virtual Learning Environment: Something “Worth Communicating About” for Young Children with ASC?

      Alyssa Alcorn, Helen Pain and Judith Good
      University of Edinburgh, UK; University of Sussex, UK
    • moosikMasheens: Music, Motion and Narrative with Young People who have Complex Needs

      David Meckin and Nick Bryan-Kinns
      Queen Mary University of London, UK

    3:30PM – 3:45PM

    REFRESHMENTS
    Vera List Courtyard, The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    3:45PM – 5:30PM

    SHORT PAPERS & DEMOS PRESENTATION SESSION
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Watch Session Video
    A selection of short papers (posters/demos) presented in Pecha Kucha style, including a short break.

    5:30PM – 7:30PM

    POSTER-DEMO SHOWCASE
    Theresa Lang Center, The New School, 55 West 13th Street
    An opportunity to see all short paper posters and working demos in-person.

    EVENING RECEPTION BEGINS

    7:30PM – 10:30PM

    SESAME WORKSHOP WELCOME ADDRESS AND CARNEGIE HALL PERFORMANCE
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12 Street
    Welcome Evening hosted by Sesame Street’s Bert, with talks by Sesame Workshop President and CEO, H. Melvin Ming and SVP of Education and Research, Rosemarie Truglio. It is followed by In C: A live iOS/Acoustic Music Performance, Presented by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute. Dinner and Drinks will be served after the performance. Learn more about this event

     

     

  • 8:00AM – 9:00AM

    BREAKFAST
    The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    9:00AM – 10:30AM

    DESIGN, MAKE, PLAY
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12 Street
    Ways of the Hand: Making Place, Making Culture
    Introductory talk by Anne Balsamo, Dean, School of Media Studies (The New School)

    Design, Make, Play: Making Spaces for Playful Learning
    Presented by the creative team at the New York Hall of Science
    In this presentation, the creative team at the New York Hall of Science will share a new strategy for place-based learning with digital extensions. These range from the 8,000 square foot Design Lab, the place for open ended exploration of materials and design strategies to Connected Worlds, an immersive environment that incorporates gesture-based interactions with computer generated worlds and characters. Along the way we will discuss the impact of the Maker movement and World Maker Faire, and our strategies for bridging place based, experiential learning beyond the walls into the classroom, the playground, and the home.

    See the recent Making Meaning Symposium Report, prepared by NYSCI and the Maker Education Initiative.

     

     

     

     

     

    10:30AM – 11:00AM

    REFRESHMENTS
    Vera List Courtyard, The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    11:00AM – 12:30PM

    PAPER SESSION: PHYSICAL MOVEMENT AND PLAY
    Chair: Alissa Antle
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Watch Session Video
    Full papers presented with a panel discussion + Q&A thereafter

    • Rapid Prototyping of Outdoor Games for Children in an Iterative Design Process

      Iris Soute, Susanne Lagerström and Panos Markopoulos
      Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
    • Design Strategy to Stimulate a Diversity of Motor Skills for an Exergame Addressed to Children

      Pascal Landry, Narcis Pares, Rosa Rodriguez-Arregui, Oleguer Camerino, Marta Castañer and Enric Ormo
      Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain; Universitat de Lleida, Spain
    • Leaving Room for Improvisation: Towards a Design Approach for Open-ended Play

      Linda de Valk, Tilde Bekker and Berry Eggen
      Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
    • Exploring Motion-based Touchless Games for Autistic Children’s Learning

      Laura Bartoli, Clara Corradi, Franca Garzotto and Matteo Valoriani
      Associazione Astrolabio, Italy; Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    12:30PM – 2:00PM

    BUFFET LUNCH
    The New School (66 West 12 Street) and Theresa Lang Center (55 West 13th Street) – with Posters/Demos

    2:00PM – 3:30PM

    PAPER SESSION: FAMILY-BASED INTERACTION
    Chair: Glenda Revelle
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Watch Session Video
    Full papers presented with a panel discussion + Q&A thereafter

    • In-car Game Design for Children: Child vs. Parent Perspective

      Guy Hoffman, Ayelet Gal-Oz, Shlomi David and Oren Zuckerman
      IDC Herzliya, Israel
    • Translating Roberto to Omar: Computational Literacy, Stickerbooks, and Cultural Forms

      Michael Horn, Sarah Alsulaiman and Jaime Koh
      Northwestern University, USA
    • PBS KIDS Mathematics Transmedia Suites in Preschool Homes

      Betsy McCarthy, Linlin Li, Michelle Tiu and Sara Atienza
      WestEd, USA
    • Designing Healthcare Games and Applications for Toddlers

      Marikken Høiseth, Michail Giannakos, Ole A. Alsos, Jonas Asheim and Letizia Jaccheri
      Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; Nice Industridesign,Norway

    3:30PM – 4:00PM

    REFRESHMENTS
    Vera List Courtyard, The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    4:00PM – 5:30PM

    PAPER SESSION: INTERFACE AND USER EXPERIENCE
    Chair: Mikael Skov
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Watch Session Video
    Full papers presented with a panel discussion + Q&A thereafter

    • Translating preschoolers’ game experiences into design guidelines via a laddering study

      Véronique Celis, Jelle Husson, Vero Vanden Abeele, Leen Loyez, Lieven Van Den Audenaeren, Pol Ghesquière, Ann Goeleven, Jan Wouters and Luc Geurts
      KU Leuven, Belgium; International University College Leuven, Belgium; University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium
    • Examining the Need for Visual Feedback during Gesture Interaction on Mobile Touchscreen Devices for Kids

      Lisa Anthony, Quincy Brown, Jaye Nias and Berthel Tate
      University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA; Bowie State University, USA
    • Games as Neurofeedback Training for Kids with FASD

      Regan Mandryk, Shane Dielschneider, Michael Kalyn, Christopher Bertram, Michael Gaetz, Andre Doucette, Brett Taylor, Alison Pritchard Orr and Kathy Keiver
      University of Saskatchewan, Canada; University of the Fraser Valley, Canada
    • Gears of Our Childhood: Constructionist Toolkits, Robotics, and Physical Computing, Past and Future

      Paulo Blikstein
      Stanford University, USA

    5:45PM – 6:45PM

    BUSES TAKE PARTICIPANTS TO NYSCI (Queens, NY)

    EVENING RECEPTION BEGINS

    7:00PM – 10:00PM

    DESIGN, MAKE, PLAY: A Hands-On Maker Party and Dinner Reception
    New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th St, Queens, NY (718) 699-0005, nysci.org
    At this participatory design party, guests will engage in hands on maker and design activities as well as explore the museum. Dinner will be provided. Children welcome. Round trip bus included in event registration ($75), excluding all on-site registrations ($60). Venue also accessible via NYC Subway. Learn more about this event

    10:00PM

    BUSES RETURN TO THE NEW SCHOOL

  • 8:00AM – 9:00AM

    BREAKFAST
    The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    9:00AM – 10:30AM

    THE GOOGLE EXPERIENCE FOR YOUNG USERS: MODERATED PANEL AND DISCUSSION
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Google User Experience Researchers working on various products will share their published research and discuss their experience working with youth populations. The panel aims to kick off a research community discussion and will be moderated by J.P. Hourcade, IDC Chair and Associate Professor at the University of Iowa’s Department of Computer Science and a member of the Delta Center. Panelists from Google include Hilary Hutchinson (Google Search), Larkin Brown (Google+), Jeannie Foulsham (Google+), John Douglass (Google+), Shoshana Holtzblatt (Google Drive) and Melanie Fitzgerald (YouTube). Learn more about this event

     

    10:30AM – 11:00AM

    REFRESHMENTS
    Vera List Courtyard, The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    11:00PM – 12:30PM

    PAPER SESSION: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
    Chair: Panos Markopoulos
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Watch Session Video
    Full papers presented with a panel discussion + Q&A thereafter

    • Towards an Ecological Inquiry in Child-Computer Interaction

      Rachel Charlotte Smith, Ole Sejer Iversen, Thomas Hjermitslev and Aviaja Borup Lynggaard
      Aarhus University, Denmark; Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark
    • Understanding the Fidelity Effect when Evaluating Games with Children

      Gavin Sim, Brendan Cassidy and Janet C Read
      University of Central Lancashire, UK
    • Brownies or Bags-of-Stuff? Domain Expertise in Cooperative Inquiry with Children

      Jason Yip, Tamara Clegg, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Helene Gelderblom, Emily Rhodes and Allison Druin
      University of Maryland, USA
    • Interaction Design Research With Adolescents: Methodological Challenges and Best Practices

      Erika Poole and Tamara Peyton
      Penn State University, USA

     

     

     

     

     

     

    12:30PM – 2:00PM

    BUFFET LUNCH
    The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    2:00PM – 3:30PM

    PAPER SESSION: LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
    Chair: Jerry Alan Fails
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Watch Session Video
    Full papers presented with a panel discussion + Q&A thereafter

    • Toward a Taxonomy of Design Genres: Fostering Mathematical Insight via Perception-Based and Action-Based Experiences

      Dor Abrahamson
      UC Berkeley, USA
    • Augmenting play and learning in the primary classroom

      Marie Boden, Andrew Dekker, Stephen Viller and Ben Matthews
      The University of Queensland, Australia
    • Playing for Real: Designing Alternate Reality Games for Teenagers in Learning Contexts

      Elizabeth Bonsignore, Derek Hansen, Kari Kraus, Amanda Visconti, June Ahn and Allison Druin
      University of Maryland, USA
    • Designing for Science Learning and Collaborative Discourse

      Todd Shimoda, Barbara White, Marcela Borge and John Frederiksen
      Pomona College, USA; UC Berkeley, USA; Penn State, USA; University of Washington, USA

    3:30PM – 4:00PM

    REFRESHMENTS
    Vera List Courtyard, The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    4:00PM – 5:30PM

    CLOSING PANEL ON SEYMOUR PAPERT
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    Panel on the impact of Seymour Papert’s research on the past, present, and future of child-computer interaction, hosted by Paulo Blikstein with panelists: Allison Druin, Edith Ackermann, Mike Eisenberg, Mitch Resnick, and Uri Wilensky. The panel will investigate the current trends, designs, and theoretical advances in the IDC community in light of the groundbreaking work of Papert and his close collaborators.
    Learn more about this event

     

    EVENING RECEPTION BEGINS

    5:30PM – 7:00PM

    CONFERENCE CLOSING RECEPTION
    Vera List Courtyard, The New School, 66 West 12th Street

    7:00PM – 9:00PM

    FLYING PAPER SCREENING
    Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
    A sneak preview screening of the new documentary film Flying Paper (71 mins in duration) followed by a conversation with Director Nitin Sawhney and Editor Rafael Parra as well as guest panelists Edith Ackermann (MIT) and Paulo Blikstein (Stanford), moderated by Melissa Friedling (The New School). Flying Paper tells the uplifting story of resilient Palestinian youth in the Gaza Strip on a quest to shatter the Guinness World Record for the most kites ever flown. Since summer 2010, the filmmakers worked with a team of Palestinians whom they trained through the Voices Beyond Walls youth media program to cinematically capture the DIY culture of kite making and flying among children and their spectacular record-breaking event, despite the ongoing blockade in Gaza. Learn more about this event