Theories and methods of collaborative design

PRESENTATION
Programme :
Archinfo
Sigle :
INF12
Titre :
Theories and methods of collaborative design
Année :
2016
Optionnel :
1
Nombre de crédits :
6
En présentiel :
Oui
Local :
117
Horaire :
14h00-17h00
Urls :

DESCRIPTION

This course will be given in English and presents a selection of theoretical and methodological issues concerning collaborative design. Individual and group cognition will be addressed from within two academic communities — the Science of Team Science and the Learning Sciences. Both are multidisciplinary with researchers from different academic traditions:  psychology, health sciences, computer science, information and communication sciences, anthropology, linguistics, etc. You will be asked to annotate and comment on specific digital resources from these communities and these annotations and comments will be discussed in class.

In addition, in order to appreciate the challenges and difficulties of collaborative design and to prepare you for your future work life as a participant in multidisciplinary contexts, you will collaboratively analyze a series of corpora where students simulating the work environment or professionals in the workplace are in some phase of the design process. These corpora will be of different natures:  either on-line interactions or video data with transcriptions of talk.


OBJECTIFS D'APPRENTISSAGE
Become familiar with a selection of theories and methods for analyzing collaborative design
50%
- Understand how the collaborative design process has been modeled
28.33%
- Understand the difficulties of collaboration and how to meet them
21.67%
Develop and apply a method for evaluating the quality of collaboration
50%
- Understand how an analysis grid can be used to evaluate a collaborative activity
28.33%
- Understand how the evaluation of collaboration is relevant to Information Architecture
21.67%
REFERENTIEL DE COMPETENCES
Savoir structurer l’écosystème informationnel
0%
Analyser, concevoir et évaluer l’expérience utilisateur (UX)
0%
Comprendre et expérimenter les technologies numériques
0%
Maitriser la gestion dynamique des projets
0%
Savoir faire dialoguer et coopérer les métiers connexes
0%
Poursuivre de façon autonome et critique son développement professionnel
0%

METHODES PEDAGOGIQUES

The UE is organized into 14 sessions of 3 hours each = 42 hours of activity in class.

The first six sessions will be dedicated to the presentation of theories and models used in collaborative design and time will also be given during class to begin annotation activities of the pertinent digital resources. These annotations will be presented, discussed and evaluated in class during the next session. 

During the first part of the last 8 sessions, Dr. Lund will present analyses of collaborations. Students will also begin their own analyses of design corpora that Dr. Lund will provide. These corpora depict either students simulating collaborative and interdisciplinary design in the work environment or professionals in the workplace doing actual collaborative and interdisciplinary design.

Pairs of students will work together, choose one of the corpora, analyze an extended extract within that corpus and present it to the rest of the class. The last 3 sessions of classtime will be reserved for presentations. These presentations will be turned into booktypes for students to take with them. In addition students will transform what they learned in class into a format appropriate for their Linked In website for presentation and discussion in class. All grades include an evaluation of participation in class.


CALENDRIER
11-01-2017

Théories et modèles

Combiner un travail top-down (réflection théorique) avec un travail bottom-up (analyse empirique) afin de saisir les indicateurs utilisés pour évaluer l'activité collaborative

  • Lecture et annotation de la vidéo "Introduction to the Science of Team Science". Utiliser un système d'annotation à élaborer ensemble.
  • Lecutre de l'article Fiore, et al. et présentation et discussion en classe.
  • Lecture et annotation de la vidéo "Shared regulation and CSCL". Continuer à élaborer et à utiliser le système d'annotation.
  • Lecure de l'article Malmberg, et al. et présentation et discussion en classe.
  • Proposer des indicateurs utilisés pour évaluer la collaboration à partir des deux vidéos. Suivre la grille présentée en classe.
Travail à réaliser :
Annotation de la vidéo "Introduction to the Science of Team Science".
Annotation de la vidéo "Shared regulation and CSCL"
Indicateurs pour évaluer la collaboration à partir des deux vidéos
Read the article "Toward an understanding of macrocognition in teams: predicting processes in complex collaborative contexts" and be able to present a section of it in class for discussion
Read the article "Socially shared regulation of learning in CSCL: Patterns of socially shared regulation of learning between high – and low performing student groups" and be able to present a section of it in class for discussion
23-02-2017

Analyses de la collaboration

Faire une analyse en applicant la grille à un corpus, rendre un produit analytique, et faire une présentation d'une activité collaborative (à choisir parmi les corpus présentés)

Travail à réaliser :
Présentation d'analyse de corpus en classe
26-04-2017

Réflection

Transformer le contenu du cours d'une part en booktype (15%) et d'autre part en format approprié pour votre page Linked In (5%). En faire une présentation en classe.

Travail à réaliser :
Reflection sur la collaboration au sein des metiers de l'architecte de l'information

EVALUATIONS
Annotation de la vidéo "Introduction to the Science of Team Science".
Date de rendu : 20/01/2016  
5%
Annotation de la vidéo "Shared regulation and CSCL"
Date de rendu : 03/02/2016  
5%
Indicateurs pour évaluer la collaboration à partir des deux vidéos
Date de rendu : 17/02/2016  
20%
Read the article "Toward an understanding of macrocognition in teams: predicting processes in complex collaborative contexts" and be able to present a section of it in class for discussion
Date de rendu : 27/01/2016  
5%
Read the article "Socially shared regulation of learning in CSCL: Patterns of socially shared regulation of learning between high – and low performing student groups" and be able to present a section of it in class for discussion
Date de rendu : 10/02/2016  
5%
Présentation d'analyse de corpus en classe
Date de rendu : 30/03/2016  
40%
Reflection sur la collaboration au sein des metiers de l'architecte de l'information
Date de rendu : 27/04/2016  
20%

RESSOURCES

Ressources Numériques

The Science of Team Science: https://www.youtube.com/embed/R1FnxSvjoh0?rel=0

Shared regulation and CSCL: http://isls-naples.psy.lmu.de/intro/all-webinars/jaervelae/index.html

The corpora to be analyzed are from Dr. Lund's teaching and research activities and will be provided.

Ressources Bibliographiques

Fiore SM, Rosen MA, Smith-Jentsch KA, Salas E, Letsky M, Warner N. (2010). Toward an understanding of macrocognition in teams: predicting processes in complex collaborative contexts. Human Factors. 52: 203-24. PMID 20942251 

Malmberg, J., Järvelä, S., Järvenoja, H. & Panadero, E. (2015)Socially shared regulation of learning in CSCL: Patterns of socially shared regulation of learning between high – and low performing student groups. Computers in Human Behavior, 52, 562-572.


REGLEMENTS

Réglement général du master en Architecture de l'information (ENS de Lyon), qui précise les droits et devoirs des étudiants et les modalités d'organisation et d'évaluation des UE. Vous pouvez le consulter directement ici : http://archinfo.ens-lyon.fr/medias/fichier/reglementation-archinfo-fev-2014_1391788240924-pdf