Notes from mock trial at MCN 2012 in Seattle. Running live notes from session. Prosecution: Ryan Donahue, Adrian Kingston, Darren Milligan, Koven Smith, Simon Tanner. Defense: Susan Chun, Rob Lancefield, Chad Coerver, John Stack, Bruce Wyman, Elycia Wallis. Moderator: Michael Edson. Special guest participant: Piotr Adamczyk, Google Art Project, Google Cultural Institute
MCN Keynote speaker. Demonstrated WorldWideTelescope, Chronozoom, discussed interactive storytelling and pyramid of engagement: 1) engagement 2) context 3) reference. 'A lot of educational materials I have seen are very reference-like in nature but not the best way to learn something...The first question you should ask is, "Why should anyone care about this?"'
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