Verlag Barbara Budrich

Search
Filter
Filter by Produkt-Kategorien.
select all / select none
Departments
Education
Gender Studies
History
University Didactics
Politics
Politische Bildung
Psychology
Key Competences
Social Work
Society
Open Access
Our English Publications
prolog-Verlag
Inspirited
utb
Series
Journals

Verlag Barbara Budrich

Search
Filter
Filter by Produkt-Kategorien.
select all / select none
Departments
Education
Gender Studies
History
University Didactics
Politics
Politische Bildung
Psychology
Key Competences
Social Work
Society
Open Access
Our English Publications
prolog-Verlag
Inspirited
utb
Series
Journals

Information about the book

New

ISBN: 978-3-8474-2428-4

Algorithmic and Aesthetic Literacy

Emerging Transdisciplinary Explorations for the Digital Age

AutorInnen/HerausgeberInnen:

Publication date: 29.03.2021

Before you can add this product to your shopping cart, you must complete the current order: shopping cart

22,99  incl. VAT28,00  incl. VAT

ISBN: 978-3-8474-2428-4
Categories Education, New Releases

Description

Algorithmic and Aesthetic Literacy is a selection of texts aiming to extend current understandings of algorithmic and aesthetic literacy. The volume presents a wide array of transdisciplinary perspectives on computational and aesthetic practices and thinking. Drawing on computer and educational science, artistic research, designing and crafting, this collection delves deeply into societal and educational challenges in the wake of the digital transformation. The volume brings together diverse approaches and viewpoints to stimulate dialogue and awareness of the manifold ways in which algorithmic processes have become part of our lives. By extending our ability to respond to a data-driven world in creative and non-habitual ways, we will be better equipped to re-imagine and shape our collective future as meaningful and fulfilling.

The contributions in the edited volume not only deal with the removal of disciplinary boundaries, but also with interdisciplinary communication and multi-perspective cooperation. How do artistic, humanities and MINT disciplines influence each other? The contributions reflect a broad understanding of algorithm, aesthetic and creative education and deal primarily with the following points: theoretical principles and empirical evidence for the intertwining of algorithmic educational aesthetics and creativity; institutional approaches and political programmes of aesthetic and creative thinking and learning in the digital network society; case studies of current routines, practices and experiments in algorithm education, aesthetics and creativity; artistic and aesthetic knowledge as a basis for developments and applications in computer science and algorithmics; use of digital and algorithmic technologies and tools in various fields of the arts, and in the aesthetics. Finally, the edited volume offers a first discursive positioning of the emerging interdisciplinary paradigm of algorithm education.

 

Kostenlose Open Access Beiträge:

Der Beitrag „Dancing with Real Bodies: Dance Improvisation for Engineering, Science, and Architecture Students“ von Susanne Martin ist kostenlos im Open Access erhältlich.

Der Beitrag „The PENELOPE Project: A Case Study in Computational Thinking“ von Ellen Harlizius-Klück und Alex McLean ist kostenlos im Open Access erhältlich.

Der Beitrag „Ambient Learning Spaces: Systemic Learning in Physical-Digital Interactive Spaces“ von Michael Herczeg, Alexander Ohlei, Toni Schumacher und Thomas Winkler ist kostenlos im Open Access erhältlich.

 

Inhaltsverzeichnis + Leseprobe

The Editors:
Prof. Dr. Lydia Schulze Heuling, Professorin für Physikdidaktik, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), Norwegen
Prof. Dr. Christian Filk, Professor für Medienpädagogik/Medienforschung und Leiter des Fachbereichs Medienpädagogik, Europa-Universität Flensburg

 

Hier finden Sie den Waschzettel zum Buch (pdf- Infoblatt).

 

Die Zielgruppe:
Lehrende, Forschende und Praxis der Erziehungswissenschaft

Additional information

Publisher

ISBN

978-3-8474-2428-4

eISBN

978-3-8474-1566-4

Format

A5

Scope

228

Year of publication

2021

Date of publication

29.03.2021

Edition

1.

Language

Deutsch

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Algorithmic and Aesthetic Literacy”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Autor*innen

Lydia Schulze Heuling
christian filk

Schlagwörter

Actor network theory, Algorithmen, Arts based education, Design Thinking, Informatik, Kreativität, Kritische informatik, Kuenstlerische forschung, MINT, MINT-Bildung, Software studies, Ästhetik

Description

Description

Algorithmic and Aesthetic Literacy is a selection of texts aiming to extend current understandings of algorithmic and aesthetic literacy. The volume presents a wide array of transdisciplinary perspectives on computational and aesthetic practices and thinking. Drawing on computer and educational science, artistic research, designing and crafting, this collection delves deeply into societal and educational challenges in the wake of the digital transformation. The volume brings together diverse approaches and viewpoints to stimulate dialogue and awareness of the manifold ways in which algorithmic processes have become part of our lives. By extending our ability to respond to a data-driven world in creative and non-habitual ways, we will be better equipped to re-imagine and shape our collective future as meaningful and fulfilling.

The contributions in the edited volume not only deal with the removal of disciplinary boundaries, but also with interdisciplinary communication and multi-perspective cooperation. How do artistic, humanities and MINT disciplines influence each other? The contributions reflect a broad understanding of algorithm, aesthetic and creative education and deal primarily with the following points: theoretical principles and empirical evidence for the intertwining of algorithmic educational aesthetics and creativity; institutional approaches and political programmes of aesthetic and creative thinking and learning in the digital network society; case studies of current routines, practices and experiments in algorithm education, aesthetics and creativity; artistic and aesthetic knowledge as a basis for developments and applications in computer science and algorithmics; use of digital and algorithmic technologies and tools in various fields of the arts, and in the aesthetics. Finally, the edited volume offers a first discursive positioning of the emerging interdisciplinary paradigm of algorithm education.

 

Kostenlose Open Access Beiträge:

Der Beitrag „Dancing with Real Bodies: Dance Improvisation for Engineering, Science, and Architecture Students“ von Susanne Martin ist kostenlos im Open Access erhältlich.

Der Beitrag „The PENELOPE Project: A Case Study in Computational Thinking“ von Ellen Harlizius-Klück und Alex McLean ist kostenlos im Open Access erhältlich.

Der Beitrag „Ambient Learning Spaces: Systemic Learning in Physical-Digital Interactive Spaces“ von Michael Herczeg, Alexander Ohlei, Toni Schumacher und Thomas Winkler ist kostenlos im Open Access erhältlich.

 

Inhaltsverzeichnis + Leseprobe

The Editors:
Prof. Dr. Lydia Schulze Heuling, Professorin für Physikdidaktik, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), Norwegen
Prof. Dr. Christian Filk, Professor für Medienpädagogik/Medienforschung und Leiter des Fachbereichs Medienpädagogik, Europa-Universität Flensburg

 

Hier finden Sie den Waschzettel zum Buch (pdf- Infoblatt).

 

Die Zielgruppe:
Lehrende, Forschende und Praxis der Erziehungswissenschaft

Bibliography

Additional information

Publisher

ISBN

978-3-8474-2428-4

eISBN

978-3-8474-1566-4

Format

A5

Scope

228

Year of publication

2021

Date of publication

29.03.2021

Edition

1.

Language

Deutsch

Reviews (0)

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Algorithmic and Aesthetic Literacy”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Authors

Autor*innen

Lydia Schulze Heuling
christian filk

Tags

Pressestimmen

Abstracts

en_USEnglish

Shipping costs

Books and journals print editions:
When ordering via this website:
Free shipping within Germany.
International shipping: 5,00 Euro.

eBooks and PDFs:
No shipping costs.

Journal subscriptions:
The subscription conditions of the magazine apply.