M-ITI researcher Vanessa Cesário presented the paper “ClueKing: Allowing Parents to Customize an Informal Learning Environment for Children” at SGAMES’16 (6th International Conference on Serious Games, Interaction and Simulation), in Porto, Portugal, June 16-17. The paper was made in collaboration with her supervisors of the PhD in Digital Media: Valentina Nisi (M-ITI) and António Coelho (Porto University) and will be published at Springer. After the presentation Vanessa was invited by Sylvester Arnab to go on June 28 to the Disruptive Media Learning Lab at Coventry University (UK) to present the same work to a team of researchers working on the Beaconing european project.
Vanessa Cesário also presented two posters, being the first author in both, on IDC’16 (Interaction Design Children 2016): “Children’s Books: Paper VS Digital, What Do They Prefer?, and “Crescendo: Routine Learning App for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders”, in Media City, Manchester, UK, June 21-24. The papers are available at the ACM Digital Library.