Making in Minecraft Publication

I coauthored a paper with some of my colleagues in the Laboratory for Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction on the design of Minecraft as an accessible makerspace that allows for the creation of inclusive environments that encourage self-expression, particularly for youth with autism. My contribution to the paper was to lend a critical eye to the writing and to provide my expertise on studying subcultural groups.

To read an explanation of the paper by the lead author/researcher, Kate Ringland, check out this post she made to her website: Making in Minecraft: A Means of Self-Expression for Youth with Autism.

You can also access a copy of the paper on Kate’s website.


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