The PhD Programme “Human Centred Communication and Informatics” (HCCI) follows the guidelines of the Doctoral School of the Humanities. The HCCI doctoral programme facilitates challenging interdisciplinary research drawing together theories and methods from the areas of communication, psychology and informatics at Aalborg University.
Human Centered Communication and Informatics
PhD Programme in Human Centered Communication and Informatics (HCCI)
Latest PhD Theses
PhD Thesis by Mirna Isabel Rivera Garcia
This research provides a theoretical and practical understanding of the use of information and communication technology (ICT) and pedagogical practices in a classroom in a public school in an underprivileged context. This study examines the contradictions and constraints of the current teacher–student interactions and proposes a different way to engage children as the center of the learning process by introducing problem/project-based learning (PBL) principles into lesson design.
Ph.d.-afhandling ved Lotte Junker Harbo
I afhandlingen undersøger Lotte Junker Harbo, hvorfor socialpædagoger, der arbejder med programmet aggression replacement training, i nogle situationer vælger at gøre noget andet end at følge den manual, der hører til programmet.
PhD Thesis by Kristina Madsen: Explorative Museum Experiences
Through this dissertation, Kristina Madsen has approached the challenges of balancing the enlightenment and experiences presented to museum institutions by the experience economy from an experience design perspective in collaboration with a smaller Danish museum.
PhD thesis by Vashanth Selvadurai: Transmedia Exhibition
In his Ph.D. thesis, Vashanth studies the use of transmedia experience in an exhibition context to identify key variables in design, implementation, and evaluation of the converging area of transmedia experiences and exhibitions.