What is a workshop?
Workshops provide a forum for in-depth discussions, resource exchange and networking related to specific topics within IDC. Because focused interaction among participants is important, participants should have informed positions based on prior experience, as expressed in their position papers. Workshops should not be miniature paper presentation sessions, but focus on community building and communal knowledge creation.
Workshops run in parallel with courses the day/s before the start of the main conference. A workshop may be half-day or full day in length, and typically has 15 to 20 participants with a minimum of 8 participants (organizers not included). Please note that organizers and participants must register for both the workshop and the IDC conference itself.
Workshops are different to Courses: Workshops are meetings of experts exploring new knowledge. Courses are expert instructors, typically with established reputations, teaching people new to a topic.
All the workshops will happen on June 27th, 2022.
Links of the accepted workshops at IDC 2022:
- 6th KidRec Workshop: Information Retrieval Systems for Children in the COVID-19 Era
- Ethical Considerations of Distributed Participatory Design with Children
- For The Long Run: Promoting Sustainable Use of Learning Technologies in Schools
- Fun in Learning
- Where we Succeed and Fail: Reflecting on the Challenge of doing Research with Children
- Co-Designing with Mixed-Ability Groups of Children to Promote Inclusive Education