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Title: Colored raindrops : a fiction-driven workshop for girls
Language: English
Authors: Broscheit, Jessica 
Jeworutzki, André  
Draheim, Susanne 
von Luck, Kai 
Keywords: Fiction-Driven Workshop;Knowledge Transfer;Gender Equality;Tangible Interface;Information Interface;Perception of Data;Eco-Sensitivity
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Part of Series: IDC Workshop : sustaining girls' participation in STEM, gaming and making 
Conference: ACM Conference on Interaction Design and Children 2018 
This paper presents the idea of a fiction-driven workshop with a smart umbrella. For this we created a construction kit to perceive environmental data in a different way, by converting an ordinary umbrella into a tangible interface. With this approach we would like to empower young women to play an active role in developing innovative technology, and to spark a debate about environmental issues. This paper describes the framework and the workshop design, which seek to inspire female high-school students to enter a STEM profession such as computer science.
Institute: Department Informatik 
Fakultät Technik und Informatik 
Type: Report
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