Abstract

Since 2015, TANTlab has served as hub for experimentation with digital methods among the researchers in the Techno-Anthropology Research Group at the Department of Learning and Philosophy. TANTlab was founded on the basis of several years work on researching and teaching digital methods, not least for the bachelor and master programs in Techno-anthropology at AAU. At the same time, the lab was founded to facilitate a growing portfolio of collaborative relationships with non-university actors. TANTlab has adopted a deliberately playful attitude in this position between research, teaching and external cooperation - expressed in the slogan ‘the techno-antropological playground’.
Original languageEnglish
JournalEASST Review
Volume36
Issue number2
ISSN1384-5160
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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