Tweet Today (in about 20 minutes) Lilia will talk about her case study of blogging practices at Microsoft. (See abstract below). We are very excited to have her here. The following link will take you to the live stream (archive … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2006
Tweet The second and last week at this conference started with Saskia Sassen who talked about global network and urban spaces. Saskia is a professor at the University of Chicago and has doing a lot of research on Globalization and … Continue reading
Tweet I really enjoyed T L Taylor‘s Keynote Presentation on Reconsidering Emergence. I thought I would blog my notes to add to those already posted (a type of collaborative blogging). T L described herself as practicing”qualitative sociology”. This has been … Continue reading
Tweet In one of the many interesting presentation we have listened to today, Patrik Hernwall discussed the notion of Educology, and how, within this framework, the learning subject can be defined. Building on theories of constructivist learning, he suggested that … Continue reading
Tweet It is a nice to attend a HUMlab event which is organized by others. The DIRN workshop seems to be working out well. There is a good group of people here – many relatively young Ph.D. students – and … Continue reading
Tweet t.l. taylor, from the center for computer games research, it university of copenhagen, is talking about emergence in Everquest. It is being streamed here (will post archive link asap)!
Tweet HUMlab is excited to provide the venue for the first workshop of the Digital Interaction Research Network which will begin at 10:00. (The program can be found here). The first day will include keynote presentations by four researchers from … Continue reading