About

Value Sensitive Design in Higher Education (VASE)

The VASE project (2018-2021) was based on a collaboration between Malmö University (coordinator), Aarhus University, and Eindhoven University of Technology, and co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The aim of the partnership was to design, develop, pilot test and implement research-based educational resources for teaching values in design to students at design and development programmes in higher education. The outcome of the project is this open educational resource offering a collection of teaching and assessment activities targeting teachers that are interested in teaching the topic, and in fostering a discussion around values in design among their students. For more detailed information about VASE, see the project website.

You can also join our community on LinkedIN or download the booklet that contains the materials of this OER.

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Teaching Activities

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Assessment Activities

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Cases

WE HAVE A FABULOUS TEAM

This website and the resources it provides have been developed in a joint effort by the following people:

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    ANNE-MARIE HANSEN, PhD Assistant Professor,
    School of Arts and Communication (K3)

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    ELISABET M. NILSSON, PhD Project Coordinator,
    Assistant Professor,
    School of Arts and Communication (K3)
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    EVA ERIKSSON, PhD Associate professor,
    The Department of Digital Design and Information Studies,
    School of Communication and Culture,
    Faculty of Arts
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    CAMILLA GYLDENDAHL JENSEN, PhD External lecturer,
    Center for Teaching Development and Digital Media (CUDiM),
    Center for Higher Education Futures (CHEF)
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    RIKKE TOFT Nørgård, PhD Associate professor,
    School of Education,
    Faculty of Arts and Center for Higher Education Futures (CHEF)
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    WOLMET BARENDREGT, PhD Assistant professor,
    Human-Technology Interaction Group,
    Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
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    Prof. Tilde Bekker Professor of Digital Technologies for Playfulness and Motivation,
    Department of Industrial Design,
    Systemic Change
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    Prof. Caroline Hummels Professor Design and Theory for Transformative Qualities,
    Department of Industrial Design,
    Systemic Change
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    Pierre Levy, PhD Assistant professor,
    Department of Industrial Design,
    Systemic Change
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    Daisy Yoo, PhD Assistant professor,
    Department of Industrial Design,
    Systemic Change
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    Anne Kok, MSc Research officer,
    Human-Technology Interaction Group,
    Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
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    Annemiek Veldhuis, MSc Project leader,
    Department of Industrial Design,
    Systemic Change
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    Jin Smeding Project assistant,
    Human-Technology Interaction Group,
    Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences