The Robots are Here: Navigating the Generative AI Revolution in Computing Education
(Brett Becker, University College Dublin)

CCER & Computer Science Lectures at IT University of Copenhagen.

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Teaching Participatory Design

(Vincenzo D’Andrea, Betsy DiSalvo, Giacomo Poderi, Jesper Simonsen)

 In: Routledge International Handbook of Contemporary Participatory Design, Routledge (to appear, mid 2024).   

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Learning in Unaccredited Internship as Developing Interns' 'Horizontal Expertise'

(Jelena Popov)

 Vocations and Learning (to appear).   

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Teachers’ Knowledge and Capacity for Using Digital Resources in Mathematics Education

(Hoyos, V., Silverman, J., Carlsen, L.M., Lee, A.)

In: Pepin, B., Gueudet, G., Choppin, J. (eds) Handbook of Digital Resources in Mathematics Education. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Springer, Cham, 2023.


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Designing activities for CAS-based student work realising the lever potential

(Louise Carlsen)

Hiroshima Journal of Mathematics Education16, 1-19, 2023.


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Programming under the Influence: On the Effect of Heat, Noise, and Alcohol on Novice Programmers

(Claus Brabrand, Nanna Inie, Paolo Tell)

Journal of System & Software.


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Feedback on Student Programming Assignments: Teaching Assistants vs Automated Assessment Tool

(Nynne Grauslund Kristiansen, Sebastian Mateos Nicolajsen, and Claus Brabrand)

Koli Calling 2023.


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Gender Differences in the Group Dynamics of Smaller CS1 Project Groups

(Bjørn Hjorth Westh, Nanna Inie, Louise Barkhuusand Claus Brabrand)

FIE 2023, College Station, Texas, USA, 2023.


Designing Participatory AI: Creative Professionals’ Worries and Expectations about Generative AI
(Nanna Inie, Jeanette Falk, Steven Tanimoto)

CHI 2023.


Aiki - Challenges and Opportunities of Using Redirection of Activity for Self-Regulation Online
(Nanna Inie, Bjørn Hjorth Westh, John Henrik Muller, Mircea Filip Lungu)

CHI 2023.

Paper - to be uploaded


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Design principles for higher education teacher development - the Teknosofikum course/concept

(Magda Pischetola, Jeppe Kilberg Møller)

Tidsskriftet Læring og Medier (LOM#27), 2023


Seminar: Changing Introductory Programming
February, 2023

(Louise Meier Carlsen, Sebastian Mateos Nicolajsen, Claus Brabrand)

This seminar examines a major rework of Introductory Programming (B-SWU) and discusses the implications of those changes from both student and teacher perspectives. Sebastian details the changes implemented and an analysis of the outcome in terms of student feedback, observations, and grades.

Paper in development. 


Talk: How to make Computing Education appeal to a broader range of students
December, 2022

Claus Brabrand was invited to give a talk on diversity at the CS Education Research: Content, Pedagogy, Inclusion conference at the Open University of Israel, Tel-Aviv/Ra’anana.  

Watch Claus Brabrand's talk which starts at 1h44’ (to 2h35’)

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Enhancing teacher collaboration in higher education: the potential of activity-oriented design for professional development
(Magda Pischetola, Jeppe Kilberg Møller, Lone Malmborg)

Springer - Education and Information Technologies, 2022


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Materializing the abstract: Understanding AI by game jamming
(Jeanette Falk, Nanna Inie)

Frontiers in Computer Science, 2022


On the Effect of Onboarding Computing Students without Programming- Confidence or -Experience
(Pawel Grabarczyk, Sebastian Mateos Nicolajsen, Claus Brabrand)

Koli Calling 2022


Student Perspectives on On-site versus Online Teaching throughout the Covid-19 Pandemic
(Björn Thór Jónsson, Magda Pischetola, Nanna Inie, Mats Daniels, Claus Brabrand)

Frontiers in Education (FIE 2022)


Computing Educational Programmes with more Women are more about PEOPLE & less about THINGS
(Pawel Grabarczyk, Alma Freiesleben, Amanda Bastrup, Claus Brabrand)

ACM ITiCSE, 2022


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Designing for the materialization of networked learning spaces
(Magda Pischetola, Mette Wichmand, Rasmus Hall, Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld)

Thirteenth International Conference on Networked Learning NLC, 2022


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How Researchers Manage Ideas
(Nanna Inie, Jonas Frisch, Peter Dalsgaard)

C&C '22: Creativity and Cognition


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Affect as future-making pedagogy: A post-qualitative inquiry in Brazilian primary schools
(Paula Albuquerque, Magda Pischetola)

Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 2022


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"Increasing Diversity in IT" Session at Digital Tech Summit 2021
November 30, 2021

Claus Brabrand and Melissa Høegh Marcher were invited to this year's Digital Tech Summit. They attended the session "Increasing Diversity in IT", where Claus held a talk on the research done in CCER, followed by talks from CEO of IT-Branchen, Natasha Friis Saxberg, and CEO of Fujitsu Denmark, Søren Rinnow Østergaard. The session ended with a panel debate with all four attendants.

Photo: DIREC

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Re-imagining Digital Technology in Education through Critical and Neo-materialist Insights
(Magda Pischetola)

Digital Education Review, 2021


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Interacting with academic readings — A comparison of paper and laptop
(Nanna Inie, Louise Barkhuus, Claus Brabrand)

Social Sciences & Humanities Open, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2021


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Developing Evaluation Metrics for Active Reading Support
(Nanna Inie, Louise Barkhuus)

Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Supported Education (CSEDU), 2021

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Teaching Novice Teachers to Enhance Learning in the Hybrid University
(Magda Pischetola)

Springer, 2021


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Teaching Social Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: Active Pedagogy in a Deweyan Perspective

(Magda Pischetola, Luiza de Souza e Silva Martins)

Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, DOI, 2021


Three +1 Perspectives on Computational Thinking
(Sebastian M. Nicolajsen, Magda Pischetola, Pawel Grabarczyk, Claus Brabrand)

Koli Calling, 2021


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Teacher professional development in higher education and the Teknosofikum project
(Magda Pischetola)

Learning Tech - Tidsskrift for læremidler, didaktik og teknologi (10), 2021


Aiki - Turning Online Procrastination into Microlearning
(Nanna Inie, Mircea Filip Lungu)

Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2021




DIREC Talk: How Can We Encourage More Women to Study Computer Science?
September 20, 2021

Head of Center, Claus Brabrand, speaks at DIREC talks. The talk centers around the underrepresentation of women in Computer Science and how this is a problem on a societal, institutional and individual level.


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Article on research from CCER published in Prosabladet
September 3, 2021

Prosabladet features an article based on research by CCER on how to get better gender balance in IT.
Article (English) | Article (Danish, p.14-18)

Research film released in 4 languages
November 29, 2021

Over the summer 4 short research videos has been produced in connection with the publication of the two papers mentioned below. The videos are a quick introduction on both papers and prent an overview of some of the result on how 'Computing Educational Activities Involving People Rather Than Things Appeal More to Women.'

american flag English french flag French | spanish flag Spanish | brazilian flag Portugese

Shorter versions in English: 60'' | 20''

Computing Educational Activities Involving People Rather Than Things Appeal More to Women (CS1 Appeal Perspective)
(Ingrid Maria Christensen, Melissa H. Marcher, Pawel Grabarczyk, Therese Graversen, & Claus Brabrand)

ICER, 2021


Computing Educational Activities Involving People Rather Than Things Appeal More to Women (Recruitment Perspective) 
(Ingrid Maria Christensen, Melissa H. Marcher, Pawel Grabarczyk, Therese Graversen, & Claus Brabrand)

ICER, 2021


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The invisible made visible through technologies’ agency: a sociomaterial inquiry on emergency remote teaching in higher education
(Magda Pischetola, Lyana V. Thédiga de Miranda, Paula Albuquerque)

Learning, Media and Technology,46:4, 390-403, 2021


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Evaluating Academic Reading Support Tools: Developing the aRSX-Questionnaire
(Nanna Inie, Bjørn Hjorth Westh)

Computer Supported Education: 13th International Conference, CSEDU 2021


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Networked Learning in 2021: A Community Definition
(Networked Learning Editorial Collective (NLEC), Gourlay, L.,RodríguezIllera, J. L., Barberà, E.Bali, M., Gachago, D., Pallitt, N., Jones, C., Bayne, S., Hansen, S. B., Hrastinski, S., Jaldemark, J. Themelis, C., Pischetola, M. et al.)

Postdigital Science and Education, 3, 326-369, 2021


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Cultura digital, capital cultural e capital tecnológico: uma análise das práticas pedagógicas no ensino superior
(Daiani Damm Tonetto Riedner, Magda Pischetola)

Eccos - Revista Cientifica, 2021


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Teaching as the emergent event of an ecological process: Complexity and choices in one-to-one programmes
(Lyana V. Thédiga de Miranda, Magda Pischetola)

Intellect, 2020


Inauguration event (Official Center Opening) 
November 5, 2020

Thank you all for celebrating our center opening. 

Special Thanks to Michael E. Caspersen, Amy J. Ko and Simon Peyton Jones for their amazing and inspiring talks.

Learn more

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Head of the Center, Claus Brabrand, awarded first Danish National Teaching Award
September 30, 2020

The Award was handed over by H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and the Minister of Higher Education and Science to 2 out of more than 18,000 university teachers coming from all disciplines. Each recipient received 500,000 DKK (67,000 EUR).

About Claus Brabrand (in Danish) | Claus Brabrand's homepage

About The Award (in Danish) | House of the Danish Royal Family (in Danish)

Photo: Søren Kjeldgaard