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|Aalborg University Department of Communication,
DK9220 Aalborg SØ,
Department of Communication, Aalborg University comprises three major research sections:
1. Danish language and litterature
2. Humanistic Informatics
Humanistic Informatics again comprises the following research areas:
- Communication in organizations
-Media, Application and Signification
-Language and Cogniton
-Learning and Learning environments
-Multimedia and Design
Research projects (Humanistisk Informatics):
Manicoral - Multimedia and Network in Co-operative Research and Learning, EU program Telematics and Knowledge. The project goal is to study distributed cognition and learning in research groups and in this way to contribute to the development and design of CSCW systems.
Virtual Learning environments. The project goal is to develop virtual learning environments at Aalborg University
ESPRIT BASIC Research projektet in Human - Computer Interaction, AMODEUS II.
Sproglaboratorium for Børn (Laboratory of language learning for children). The project goal is to develop an intelligent multimedia system to learn how to write in Danish. The system addresses 9-12 year old children, and the system will be developed in cooperation vith a group of children.
DEVISE. The goal of this project is to develop tools for experimental prototyping.
There are several computer labs for students including multimedia labs.
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Inger Lytje: Software as Multimedia Text. Design of Open Multimedia Systems (1996), to be published in AI&Society, Springer Verlag, 1997.