Carla Morais

According to our database1, Carla Morais authored at least 14 papers between 2016 and 2021.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of five.

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Bibliography

2021
An exploratory study on the emergency remote education experience of higher education students and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Br. J. Educ. Technol., 2021

The Personal Wardrobe During COVID-19 Pandemic.
Proceedings of the Advances in Industrial Design, 2021

The Knitting of an (Im)material Presence.
Proceedings of the Advances in Industrial Design, 2021

Textiles in Architecture: Floors and Wall Coverings.
Proceedings of the Advances in Industrial Design, 2021

2020
Underwear in Personal Wardrobe - A Study About Consumption and Disposal.
Proceedings of the Advances in Industrial Design, 2020

The Shape of Desire: Knitwear and the Body.
Proceedings of the Advances in Industrial Design, 2020

2019
Knowledge Analysis Automatic Evaluation in Virtual Reality Immersive Experiences.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Graphics and Interaction, 2019

Dynamic Wardrobe from a User's Perspective - A Previous Survey Study for Female Students.
Proceedings of the Advances in Design for Inclusion, 2019

Apparels for Comfort. Knitting for People.
Proceedings of the Advances in Design for Inclusion, 2019

2017
Activities with Parents on the Computer: An Ecological Framework.
J. Educ. Technol. Soc., 2017

NOOA: Maintaining Cultural Identity Through Intergenerational Storytelling and Digital Affinity Spaces.
Proceedings of the Interactive Storytelling, 2017

Interactive Storytelling for the Maintenance of Cultural Identity: The Potential of Affinity Spaces for the Exchange and Continuity of Intergenerational Cultural Knowledge.
Proceedings of the Interactive Storytelling, 2017

Haute Couture and Ergonomics.
Proceedings of the Advances in Design for Inclusion, 2017

2016
The shift from "e-learning" to "learning": Invisible technology and the dropping of the "e".
Br. J. Educ. Technol., 2016


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