Friday 14 September, 2012
This was be a methodological discussion around the topic: ‘Ethnomethodology and Researching Digital Technologies for Learning’.
Ethnomethodology is the study of practical action and reasoning. It has a history of application in the field of human-computer interaction, particularly in studies of work. This session focused on some of the ways that the approach has been applied to understanding learning with technology. The session included discussion of the key concepts of ethnomethodology using illustrations from the following article:
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