Snælandsskóli deltager i workshop med forfatter Camilla Hübbe og projektleder Asta Gylfadottir fra Reykjavik City Library i oktober 2017

Snælandsskóli deltager i workshop med forfatter Camilla Hübbe og projektleder Asta Gylfadottir fra Reykjavik City Library i oktober 2017

first prototype

Reykjavík City Library and Østerbro skole, Oktober 6th 2016
Exciting prototype testing of the interactive app-novel NORD, a story about climate change and Norse mythology to be published in the Nordic countries. Leading the tests are the author, Camilla Hübbe from Denmark, and Susana Tosca, a digital literature scholar from ITU. Tests will be conducted in Denmark at the same time with Susana and illustrator Rasmus Meisler in Osterbro, and the teenagers communicated via skype on the material they had created with their teachers in relation to reading the first chapters of the NORD story.  

second prototype

Snælandsskóli and Gentofte skole in April/May 2017

At this point, the new digital agency has developed the first part of the second prototype. The project has now been fully funded, and the production and publication of the book set for the fall. 

Camilla Hübbe participated in a project at Gentofte school and visited Iceland and Snælandsskóli in May 2017 to discuss with the teenagers their view of the story.  

 

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