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Mo., 30. Sept.


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DS:E PDW - BAUSTEIN Methodology

In this DS:E Paper PDW session we would like to present the paper by Thorsten Schoormann, Frederik Möller, Leona Chandra Kruse and Boris Otto. In their paper, Schoormann et al. develop the Baustein tool to help researchers configure and represent design science research.

DS:E PDW - BAUSTEIN Methodology
DS:E PDW - BAUSTEIN Methodology

Time & Location

30. Sept. 2024, 15:00 – 16:00

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About the Event

The session is a virtual event to present and discuss the recently published BAUSTEIN paper by Schoormann et al. (2024). Link to the paper:

When: 30. September 2024 at 3 pm (CEST) 

Where: Online via Google Meets (please register to receive invitation link)

In an increasingly complex world, the adaptable BAUSTEIN tool is intended to support (1) configuring design activities and providing impulses, (2) representing complex design research, and (3) enabling other stakeholders to interpret and implement design research. 

In this session, we will go into detail on how to use the BAUSTEIN methodology. 

Overall, the Baustein design tool consists of following main components:

  • Cards that represent single design science activities
  • Card modules that serve as configurations to show how the cards can be assembled
  • A manual to guide designers in the use of Baustein.
  • (Optional) Ready-made configuration to use

In this DS:E PDW Paper session Thorsten Schoormann and Frederik Möller will go deeper into their paper and explain each of the above-mentioned parts. Goal of this session is to better understand how the BAUSTEIN tool can be used as a guideline for a research project.

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