“At the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering held in Boston in February 2013, professional mathematicians from various fields discussed the significance of big data and the importance of mathematical modeling to make sense of and...”
Description. "Answering the question, “where are you,” seems perfectly straightforward. It is on the surface a question about location. However, location is not a straightforward as: I am here. Many of us own digital devices, services and applications that tell us where we are and where we should be going, or tell others where we say we are, or at least where might wish we were. In a world of GPS, 4-square, facebook places, checking in and google maps, how do we think about where we are? In this talk, Genevieve uses a series of ethnographic moments to challenge our notions of location, direction, and place to suggest some other ways of making sense of where we might be."
Keywords. Location, Wayfinding, Stories, Cultural anthropology
“by Larry Ferlazzo, Ferlazzo Blog. It's time for my most popular post each year — the one on new Web 2.0 applications. There are over 1,200 lists now that are categorize and updated regularly. You can see them all here.”
“It almost feels as if Web 2.0 has been hijacked by the Informal Learning crowd. I'd like to commander it back to the middle. To share it with Informal Learning and Formal Learning. And as I'm prett...”