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Outstanding contribution award for Daisy Mwanza

Paul Mulholland, Friday 06 April 2001 | Annotate
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Postgraduate student Daisy Mwanza won an Outstanding Contribution Award for her paper presented at Computer Aided Learning (CAL) 2001, held at the University of Warwick. She won the award in the Lifelong Learning category for her paper entitled "Challenges of designing for collaborative learning in an organisation". The award also comes with a free subscription to the CAL journal.

The paper describes some of her research carried out during the ENRICH project, investigating the design and use of technology for organisational learning. Daisy took an Activity Theory approach, analysing the social-cultural and psychological aspects of computer use within the work context.


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