Reflections on using Story-Dialogue Method in a workshop with interaction design students
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Original versionSaplacan D, Herstad J, Elsrud, Pajalic Z: Reflections on using Story-Dialogue Method in a workshop with interaction design students. In: Baricelli, Fischer, Fogli D, Mørch A, Piccinno A, Valtolina S. Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Cultures of Participation in the Digital Age: Design Trade-offs for an Inclusive Societyco-located with the International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI 2018), 2018. http://ceur-ws.org/ p. 34-43
Various narrative methods have been used in Human-Computer Interaction field (HCI), such as digital storytelling, and co-construction of stories. In this position paper, we shed light on the Story-Dialogue Method (SDM) which has been borrowed from constructivism, feminism, critical pedagogy and critical sciences, but has not yet been explored in the HCI field. We have used this method in a workshop where interaction design students took part. The paper provides here reflections, recommendations, and some advantages of using this method with interaction design students.