We visited Sheffield universities in England on December 12-16, 2016. During the visits to the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University, the main goal was to learn more and develop novel methods to use primary and secondary aged students as data producers. In addition, we presented our CogAHealth project in seminars in School of Education and Information School, both which are part of Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences in the University of Sheffield. In Sheffield Hallam University we had discussions with researchers of Sheffield Institute of Education. In addition, we had a good opportinity to devise future collaboration with leading researchers in the field which promotes our aims.
Professor Maija-Leena Huotari presented CogAHealth at the University of Sheffield.
Postdoctoral researchers Laura Palmgren-Neuvonen and Sari Räisänen familiarized researchers and students with their studies.
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