Marianne Kinnula
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Understanding human values in adopting new technology—A case study and methodological discussion
M Isomursu, M Ervasti, M Kinnula, P Isomursu
International journal of human-computer studies 69 (4), 183-200, 2011
Empowering children through design and making: towards protagonist role adoption
N Iivari, M Kinnula
Proceedings of the 15th Participatory Design Conference: Full Papers-Volume …, 2018
With Best Intentions – a Foucauldian Examination on Children’s Genuine Participation in ICT Design
N Iivari, M Kinnula, L Kuure
Information Technology & People 28 (2), 2015
Video diary as a means for data gathering with children–Encountering identities in the making
N Iivari, M Kinnula, L Kuure, T Molin-Juustila
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 72 (5), 507-521, 2014
Should We Design for Control, Trust or Involvement?: A Discourses Survey about Children's Online Safety
H Hartikainen, N Iivari, M Kinnula
Proceedings of the The 15th International Conference on Interaction Design …, 2016
Switching perspectives: from a language teacher to a designer of language learning with new technologies
L Kuure, T Molin-Juustila, T Keisanen, M Riekki, N Iivari, M Kinnula
Computer Assisted Language Learning 29 (5), 925-941, 2016
Cooperation, Combat, or Competence Building–What Do We Mean When We Are ‘Empowering Children’ in and through Digital Technology Design?
M Kinnula, N Iivari, T Molin-Juustila, E Keskitalo, T Leinonen, ...
36th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2017), 2017
Inclusive or inflexible: A critical analysis of the school context in supporting children's genuine participation
N Iivari, M Kinnula
Proceedings of the 9th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 1-10, 2016
The Future Digital Innovators: Empowering the Young Generation with Digital Fabrication and Making
N Iivari, T Molin-Juustila, M Kinnula
37th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Dublin 2016, 2016
Experiences from NFC supported school attendance supervision for children
M Ervasti, M Isomursu, M Kinnula
International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services …, 2009
Multiple voices in ICT design with children – a nexus analytical enquiry
T Molin-Juustila, M Kinnula, N Iivari, L Kuure, E Halkola
Behaviour & Information Technology, 2015
Exclusions in social inclusion projects: Struggles in involving children in digital technology development
N IIvari, M Kinnula, T Molin-Juustila, L Kuure
Information Systems Journal 28 (6), 2018
Children imitate!: appreciating recycling in participatory design with children
L Kuure, E Halkola, N Iivari, M Kinnula, T Molin-Juustila
Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Participatory Design Conference (PDC), 131-140, 2010
The formation and management of a software outsourcing partnership. A case study
M Kinnula
An academic dissertation. Acta Universitas Ouluensis A451, 2006
Empowered to Make a Change: Guidelines for Empowering the Young Generation in and through Digital Technology Design
M Kinnula, N Iivari
Proceedings of the FabLearn Europe 2019 conference, 16, 2019
Bringing technology into school: NFC-enabled school attendance supervision
M Ervasti, M Isomursu, M Kinnula
Proceedings of the 8th international conference on mobile and ubiquitous …, 2009
A case study of success factors in outsourcing partnership formation and management
M Kinnula, S Juntunen
21st IMP-conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2005
‘Worksome but Rewarding’–Stakeholder Perceptions on Value in Collaborative Design Work
M Kinnula, N Iivari, M Isomursu, S Laari-Salmela
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 27 (3), 463-494, 2018
Socializers, achievers or both? Value-based roles of children in technology design projects
M Kinnula, N Iivari, M Isomursu, H Kinnula
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 17, 39-49, 2018
Differences between success factors of IS quasi-outsourcing and conventional outsourcing collaboration: a case study of two Finnish companies
K Väyrynen, M Kinnula
Electronic Markets 22 (1), 49-61, 2012
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