Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing

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Presentation slides from the talk at the IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS13) 2013. The paper is published in the conference proceedings and will be available: http://veillance.me.

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  • Good afternoon. My name is Teemu Leinonen I am professor at the Aalto University in Helsinki Finland. I have done research on New Media and its use in Education for some time and have in last couple of years.
  • Good afternoon. My name is Teemu Leinonen I am professor at the Aalto University in Helsinki Finland. I have done research on New Media and its use in Education for some time and have in last couple of years.
  • In the research-based design process there are four phases.  The research-based design process starts with an exploration of the socio-cultural context of design.
  • The Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture is an institution of higher education for art, design, media, architecture, motion picture and art education. The new school, formed in a 2012 merger of the School of Art and Design and the Department of Architecture of the School of Engineering, will carry forward the internationally recognised expertise created by its predecessors.Dean: Professor Helena HyvönenVice Deans: Professor Pekka Korvenmaa and Head of Research Ossi NaukkarinenThe number of staff members has been indicated as man-years. The numbersof professors and studentsare indicated in figures. The figures are rounded.(Images: Aalto University Communications; Mikko Raskinen)
  • The Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture is an institution of higher education for art, design, media, architecture, motion picture and art education. The new school, formed in a 2012 merger of the School of Art and Design and the Department of Architecture of the School of Engineering, will carry forward the internationally recognised expertise created by its predecessors.Dean: Professor Helena HyvönenVice Deans: Professor Pekka Korvenmaa and Head of Research Ossi NaukkarinenThe number of staff members has been indicated as man-years. The numbersof professors and studentsare indicated in figures. The figures are rounded.(Images: Aalto University Communications; Mikko Raskinen)
  • The Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture is an institution of higher education for art, design, media, architecture, motion picture and art education. The new school, formed in a 2012 merger of the School of Art and Design and the Department of Architecture of the School of Engineering, will carry forward the internationally recognised expertise created by its predecessors.Dean: Professor Helena HyvönenVice Deans: Professor Pekka Korvenmaa and Head of Research Ossi NaukkarinenThe number of staff members has been indicated as man-years. The numbersof professors and studentsare indicated in figures. The figures are rounded.(Images: Aalto University Communications; Mikko Raskinen)
  • The Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture is an institution of higher education for art, design, media, architecture, motion picture and art education. The new school, formed in a 2012 merger of the School of Art and Design and the Department of Architecture of the School of Engineering, will carry forward the internationally recognised expertise created by its predecessors.Dean: Professor Helena HyvönenVice Deans: Professor Pekka Korvenmaa and Head of Research Ossi NaukkarinenThe number of staff members has been indicated as man-years. The numbersof professors and studentsare indicated in figures. The figures are rounded.(Images: Aalto University Communications; Mikko Raskinen)
  • The Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture is an institution of higher education for art, design, media, architecture, motion picture and art education. The new school, formed in a 2012 merger of the School of Art and Design and the Department of Architecture of the School of Engineering, will carry forward the internationally recognised expertise created by its predecessors.Dean: Professor Helena HyvönenVice Deans: Professor Pekka Korvenmaa and Head of Research Ossi NaukkarinenThe number of staff members has been indicated as man-years. The numbersof professors and studentsare indicated in figures. The figures are rounded.(Images: Aalto University Communications; Mikko Raskinen)
  • Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing

    1. 1. Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing Teemu Leinonen Media Lab Helsinki School of Arts, Design and Architecture Aalto University, Helsinki Finland
    2. 2. Teemu Leinonen, Jukka Purma, Kiaii Nguya Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture Helsinki, Finland teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi Alexander Hayes University of Wollongong School of Information Systems & Technology (SISAT) Wollongong, Australia ah691@uow.edu.au
    3. 3. Aalto University – Where science and art meet technology and business
    4. 4. Teemu Leinonen Associate Professor, Dr. New Media Design and Learning Media Lab Helsinki Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture > education theory > new media > design > design methods Photo by Cary Bass / Wikimedia Common
    5. 5. Explorative Design Design Practice Design Studies (Fallman 2012)
    6. 6. Example of participatory design session http://vimeo.com/juhak/cardboardhospital
    7. 7. Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing
    8. 8. Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing wearable computing invisible and ambient computing (calm) augmented reality novel interaction technologies
    9. 9. wearable computing Project and photo by Metti Nordin and Valtteri Wikström
    10. 10. invisible and ambient computing (calm) Project and photo by Anu Koski
    11. 11. augmented reality Photo by User:Pguerin / Wikimedia Commons
    12. 12. novel interaction technologies Project and photo by Perttu Hämäläinen & Johanna Höysniemi
    13. 13. Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing learn from each other self-directed serendipitous situated learning knowledge building
    14. 14. Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing learning / training is needed reporting demands increasing supply chain is digital with photos fears of more pressure and managerial control new workers have digital media skills and use then
    15. 15. Scenarios for peer-to-peer learning in construction with emerging forms of collaborative computing Peer Instructions and Leaving Your Mark Building Inspection with Point-of-View Camera Road Construction with Augmented Reality
    16. 16. Peer Instructions and Leaving Your Mark Hanno, a skilled electrician tries to install a new kind of lighting system controller. Hanno carries a laptop and wears a smart watch. When picking the package the smart watch gives a tap informing of available instructions. When Hanno opens his laptop, smart watch has opened the instructions to the screen. Hanno finds detailed instructions and assembly videos about this product. The videos have been created by other electricians. Hanno recognizes that there may be future work opportunities with this lighting system controller and after installing the controller, Hanno adds a RFID tag to the installed device that identifies him as the installer with all of the associated instructions he used. The tag may lead the future maintenance work to him and help him to remind what was done.
    17. 17. Building Inspection with Point-of-View Camera Harri, a building inspector offers his services for several constructors and during inspection visits he often cannot meet the people responsible for each phase and site. When he inspects a building, Harri records everything with a point-of-view camera. He also has his inspection sheet on a tablet where each area or part is connected to the people responsible of that area. During inspection, Harri uses a tablet to fill the inspection sheet. Whenever he takes a snapshot, it is added to currently active area in the inspection sheet. He often also takes time to explain aloud, alone or for the building foreman, his evaluation of the build quality. After the visit Harri's voiced evaluations are split into the inspection sheet as video clips. These clips are attached to the part of inspection sheet that was active during the explanation. Harri reviews the clips and removes a few. Parts of the inspection sheets with possible additional explanations from Harri are forwarded to the people responsible for the work. Harri finds that the rich media material makes it easier for him to remember and revise his findings about the building and the SME customers are willing to use the multi-media inspection sheets in their field meetings as well as in briefing trainings of staff members starting to work on a similar kind of projects.
    18. 18. Road Construction with Augmented Reality A road construction Project Manager is in the construction site and uses an augmented reality headset to observe the next planned stages of the project. Augmented reality helps her to prepare and understand incoming challenges. The stages of the project exist as drawings that can be overlaid on physical world and the project manager can do simple experiments with plans and verify how the alternative arrangements of e.g. organization of incoming materials and routes would look. Project manager tends to say that her work is half present, half next week. During meetings with the workers who also wear a headset she shares the augmented reality views and goes through the various alternatives. For the Project Manager the augmented view is essential briefing tool: the fellow viewers follow the path of markers and points of interest she lays out. She can tear complex tasks layer by layer to help her listeners to follow her back to complexity. Showing the plans this way help participants to understand the big picture and present more focused questions about the project. Illustrations by Jukka Purma
    19. 19. Photo by Università Reggio Calabria
    20. 20. Wisdom of the crowd or Wisdom of the motivated crowds ?
    21. 21. Photo by Wikimedia Israel / Wikimedia Commons
    22. 22. Thank you. This work was conducted within the Learning Layers project, co- funded by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme.

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