CSCW’20: Short paper

We are very exited to share a late breaking work at the upcoming 23rd ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. The paper: Tangible Multisensory Aids for Collaborative Phonics Learning presents an exploratory study, where we use variants of the bouba/kiki stimuli, which have been shown to have pre-existing shape, colour and scent mappings, and explore how they could be applied to phonics learning