Peter Coppin was an invited presenter for this workshop that was organized as part of the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, held this year at the Humbold University in Berlin. The workshop was designed to integrate a wide variety of cognitive science perspectives on the roles diagrams play in cognition, addressing various ways in which people design and use diagrams to spatialize thought and make it public, to work through ideas and clarify thinking, to reduce working memory load, to communicate ideas to others, to promote collaborative work by providing an external representation that can be pointed to and animated by gestures and collectively revised.
|Date:||Jul 31, 2013|
|Event Title:||Diagrammatic Cognition: Design and Discovery|
|Event Location:||Berlin, German|
|Organizing Body:||The Cognitive Science Society|