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blog: Call for Papers: Mixed Reality and Performance

Call for Papers

The International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media (IJPADM) is seeking full journal paper contributions to a special issue specifically relating to Mixed Reality and Performance

http://www.crg.cs.nott.ac.uk/~azc/call.html

Issue Editor: Alan Chamberlain (Mixed Reality Lab - University of Nottingham)

Journal Homepage:
http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=120/ [read more...]

Social Software and Science

The Social of Social Media in Science

In the last few years discussions in the Digital Humanities and eScience community are more and more focusing on the concepts developed in discussions about Social Web or Web 2.0. This means the “discovery” of not only the modelling, structuring and processing of scientific content but the area of interaction and communication in which this content is generated for the question how the digital spaces can affect and serve in the scientific field.

http://www.arts-humanities.net/blog/firestarter/social_socia... [read more...]

The Social of Social Media in Science

In the last few years discussions in the Digital Humanities and eScience community are more and more focusing on the concepts developed in discussions about Social Web or Web 2.0. This means the “discovery” of not only the modeling, structuring and processing of scientific content but the area of interaction and communication in which this content is generated for the question how the digital spaces can affect and serve in the scientific field. [read more...]

Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography, Version 1

Version one of the Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography is now available from Digital Scholarship.

http://digital-scholarship.org/dcpb/dcpb.htm

This bibliography presents over 360 selected English-language articles, books, and technical reports that are useful in understanding digital curation and
preservation. [read more...]

blog: Using Twitter for Research

For me, research begins at Google.com from the comfort of my living room. I am not alone. Many students, undergraduate to more experienced PhD researchers, do the same and there is good reason for it. The library search experience is often disappointing, confusing and restricting. With the advent of Google Scholar and Google Books, there is even less of a reason to physically go to the library to begin research. [read more...]

Case Notes in digital preservation: "Cabinet Papers: Policy as a Measure of Commitment"

The Digital Preservation Coalition, with ULCC and Portico, with the support of the National Archives and sponsorship from JISC is pleased to announce the release of the second in our series of Digital Preservation Case Notes: http://www.dpconline.org/advice/case-notes/index.html [read more...]

blog: Call for Collaborators | INTERACTIVOS?'10: Neighborhood Science Workshop

Location

Calle Alameda, 15 Plaza de las Letras
Madrid 28014
Spain

Call for Collaborators:

Interactivos?'10: Neighborhood Science Workshop

Registration deadline: June 4, 2010
Dates of the workshop: June 7 - 23, 2010 in Madrid (Spain)

Join us for the Interactivos?'10 international workshop! This event is focused on the 10 development of selected projects that put into action collaboration and local urban knowledge networks using free software and hardware technologies as well as “Do It Yourself” (DIY) and “Do It With Others”(DIWO) methods. [read more...]

blog: Literature in Networked Media/Publications

Literature in computer-based and networked media does not only transform literary structures, interfaces, and genres – as a teaching-subject, it also re-configures curricular frameworks.

Peter Gendolla and Jörgen Schäfer (University of Siegen, Germany) for the past years continuously have examined the transformations in literary communication in numerous books and articles as well as lectures and classes. [read more...]

Win £150 `Maternal Subjectivities: Care and Labour` Digital Media Competition

MaMSIE (Mapping Maternal Subjectivities, Identities and Ethics)
`Maternal Subjectivities: Care and Labour` Digital Media Competition

As part of the Motherhood, Servitude and the Delegation of Care Conference, MaMSIE (http://mamsie.wikispaces.com/ ) are delighted to launch a Digital Media Competition. [read more...]

blog: e-Learning Methods

I'm looking for information about e-learning methods in the subject "History".

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