CoNavigator

A hands-on interdisciplinary collaboration & problem solving tool

CoNavigator Cube

A CoNavigator cube prototype

Design prototyping

 

A central part of the CoNavigator tool is its tactile, hands-on nature which encourages groups to interact and negotiate with each other in a more physical way. At the same time the physical act of collaboration should be a rewarding experience. The CoNavigator tool is undergoing ongoing prototyping and development of improved design and physical performance.

David Earle, Line Hillersdal and Katrine Lindvig. The CoNavigator team.

Continuous Development

 

Hand in hand with the tool's design, the methods used are constantly being developed, improved upon and tested. We also encourage collaboration and active feedback from the groups, faculties and institutions who use the CoNavigator tool.

CoNavigator in action

See the six core steps in a CoNavigator session.

Latest articles & posts

Article: CoNavigator: Hands-on interdisciplinary problem solving

 

Lindvig, K, Hillersdal, L, Earle, D (2017)

Article: Interdisciplinary Tool Helps Fast-Track Interdisciplinary Learning and Collaboration

 

Lindvig, K, Hillersdal, L, Earle, D (2017)

PhD thesis: Creating interdisciplinarity within monodisciplinary structures.

 

 

2017 Katrine Lindvig

Abstract (Danish): CoNavigator –Navigering i tværfaglige fællesskaber og kontekster

 

Katrine Lindvig, Line Hillersdal, David B. Earle

 

The CoNavigator team

Katrine Lindvig, CoNavigator founder

Katrine Lindvig

Educational ethnographer at the Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She specialises in interdisciplinary education, especially the linkages between interdisciplinary research and interdisciplinary teaching practices.

Line Hillersdal, CoNavigator founder

Line Hillersdal

Social anthropologist and Assistant Professor at the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She specialises in interdisciplinary research collaboration and is particularly involved in how research objects are configured in collaborative practices.

David Earle, CoNavigator founder

David Earle

Concept developer and partner at Braintrust, an academic think tank based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He develops visual and tactile tools and methods to help students learn to navigate through their academic knowledge, and to work more effectively in multi- and interdisciplinary teams.

For more information, contact CoNavigator.

CoNavigator

Hands-on interdisciplinary
collaboration & problem solving tool

CoNavigator Cube
David Earle, Line Hillersdal and Katrine Lindvig. The CoNavigator team.