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Literacy practices as embodied navigation tools across space

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Giulia Messina Dahlberg

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Literacy practices as embodied navigation tools across space and time. Mapping the geography of epistemic spaces in Higher Education
Epistemic spaces
Team Skövde
Literacy
practices

as
management of complexity and
participation
"The nature of meaning making in oral, written, visual or gestural modes is
collaborative
. The
realization of modes
is something that happens
over time
and is shaped by
culture
.
Ethnographic
,
situated
research, uncovers these
processes of realization
and ties this to culture" (Pahl, 2014, p. 28, my emphasis)
Mapping epistemic spaces
Nu skriver jag en lista!
The case of the Pepper experiment
Giulia Messina Dahlberg
"The Interaction Lab"
"The experiment"
Smart
textile
Emotions
and
touch
How do
humans

interact
with the
robot
to convey certain
emotions
?
Randomized
experiment: 80 participants
Students from
Skövde
(UXD) - team Skövde and
Gothenburg
(cognitive science) - Team GTG
Project: Design, textile and sustainable development
Literacy situated in the
everyday

practices
of individuals
Literacy practices as
socially distributed
and
dialogic
Chaining
and
languaging
to understand meaning making (analytical focus)
recruitment of participants
running of the experiment
reporting results
managing work load (project/school work)
HRI Education
Epistemic
living
spaces
Interdisciplinarity
(Weiss, 2016)
Illustrative case-study during the Pepper experiment
hybrid minds
(agents-cultural tools continuum)

"how people engage with information, messages and symbols that lay outside of the human body, i.e. through inscriptions and various kinds of technology" (Säljö, 2012, p.6)

focus on
boundaries
and their
learning potentials
(Montebelli et al. 2017, Akkerman & Bakker, 2013)
Nej! Har jag gjort fel!
...
Den är det. Tack!
Jag blev lite förvirrad
när det var skriven fast inte skriven!
Time planning (reporting)
Time planning (scheduling)
Time planning (recruitment)
Anger
Fear
Love
Simpathy
Gratitude
Disgust
Sadness
Happiness
ett alternativ är att vi idag planerar för...
nästa testing
nästa testing!
nej men absolut det är bara att vi väljer... för att jag tänker, här är det bara skolarbete...här är det bara skolarbete...här...
vilken vecka är du på?
vecka 19
vecka 18 måste vi testa den andra
kan vi inte boka in det med? vi hade massor som skulle tänka sig ställa upp
nej men absolut
kan vi inte maila in...
nu skriver jag en lista
annars kommer jag inte komma ihåg vad vi ska göra
Epistemic space - learning to "do research"
To-do lists, calendar, tables etc.
boundary objects
(they handle ”implicit” transitions across boundaries) - (Star, 2010; Bagga-Gupta, 2017)
fluid
and
composite
dimensions of languaging and literacy practices (chaining)
bodily
dimensions (gaze, postures, gestures) are related to how individuals
navigate
epistemic spaces
Continuity
, i.e. coherence and coordination across sites and disciplines as a
dialogic activity


Dialogue between texts (mediational means)
across time and space

External memory systems as
black boxes
(e.g. the Excel list)

Literacy
in terms of
competence
in how to
create
and
unpack
such black boxes

learning how to do research
- to a certain extent and this is where the
educational design
and the
teacher’s professional intervention
come in

Den är det!
Clip #13
literacy tools as "external memory fields" (Säljö, 2012)
Bagga-Gupta, 2013
focus:
languaging, embodiment and literacy practices
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