Public profile Carol Strohecker
Dr. Carol Strohecker was Principal Investigator of the Everyday Learning group at Media Lab Europe, the European research partner of the MIT Media Lab.
She serves advisory panels of the European Commission's Directorates-General for Education and Culture and for Information Society and Media.
She acts internationally on research-related boards and program committees, and holds four United States patents for her work in interactive media tools and methods. Carol earned the PhD of Media Arts and Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1991.
She received fellowships to work with the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the United States National Endowment for the Arts. For further information see: http://www.carolstrohecker.info/
Strohecker, C. 2005. Designing for sensing, sensibilities, and sense-making. International Journal of Knowledge and Learning 1:3, 269-285.
Strohecker, C. 2005. Learning Cyrkus: A New Art and Science of Mind/Body Acrobatics. Strohecker Associates, Dublin.
Picard, R. W., Papert, S., Bender, W., Blumberg, B., Breazeal, C., Cavallo, D., Machover, T., Resnick, M., Roy, D., Strohecker, C. 2004. Affective learning – a manifesto. BT Technology Journal 22:4, 253-269.
Ananny, M., Strohecker, C., Biddick, K. 2004. Shifting scales on common ground: Developing personal expressions and public opinions. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and LifeLong Learning 14:6, 484-505.
Strohecker, C., Brooks, K. M., Friedlander, L. 2001. Experiments with the theatrical Greek chorus as a model for interactions with computational narrative systems. Narrative Intelligence: Advances in Consciousness Research, 175-188. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
Strohecker, C. 2000. Cognitive zoom: From object to path and back again. Spatial Cognition II, 1-15, Springer-Verlag.
Gonzalez-Heydrich, J., Bromley, D., Strohecker, C., Marks, J., DeMaso, D. R., Ackermann, E., Gibson, S., Shen, C., Umaschi, M. 1998. Experience Journals: Using computers to share stories about illness and medical intervention. Proc. of the 9th World Congress on Medical Informatics, 1323-1327. Cesnik, B., McCray, A. T., Scherrer, J.-R., eds. IOS, Amsterdam.
Strohecker, C. 1996. Design of an environment for learning about topology and learning about learning. Proc. of the Second International Conference on the Learning Sciences. Assoc. for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
Strohecker, C. 1996. Understanding topological relationships through comparisons of similar knots. AI&Society: Learning with Artifacts 10:1, 58-69.
Strohecker, C. 1992. Elucidating styles of thinking through learning about knots. Constructionism, 215-233. Harel, I., Papert, S., eds. Ablex, Norwood NJ.