networks

event: MCN 2011 - Hacking The Museum

16/11/2011
19/11/2011

The annual Museum Computer Network (MCN) conference brings together a community of museum professionals interested in using technology to improve their organizations and enhance the visitor experience. It is not a conference purely for technologists - it's for anyone who wants to explore exciting opportunities, and tackle the unique challenges, associated with using technology in museums. This year's theme emphasizes the growing effort among our community to encourage a culture of innovation, agility and collaboration in their organizations. [read more...]

Location

Atlanta
United States

event: Creating and evaluating online resources

15/06/2010

Preliminary announcement: booking just opened:
The Digital Learning Network (formerly the E-Learning Group) presents a one day event: Creating and evaluating online resources, 15th June 2010 at the London Metropolitan Archives

The aim of the day is to give an overview for those involved in or considering development of online resources, with introductions to key topics and case studies.
Can you suggest a case study or databurst? Contact Martin Bazley on 0780 3580 727

Draft programme
10.00 - 10.25 Registration and coffee [read more...]

Location

London Metropolitan Archives
London
United Kingdom

event: Modelling Social Interaction and environments: advanced techniques for the Arts and Social Sciences

21/04/2010 09:30
21/04/2010 14:00

This half-day workshop for researchers in the arts and social sciences will highlight some of the opportunities now available through the use of networks and advanced digital technologies for research. Sponsored by JISC, in collaboration with the training team at the National e-Science Centre (NeSC), it is one of a series of roadshow events for researchers and research support staff who are not currently using e-research tools or e-infrastructure services but would like to know how to get started. [read more...]

Location

Library Conference Room, University of East Anglia
Norwich
United Kingdom

event: Authentic Assessment in the era of Social Media: ideas and applications from Internet Communications

10/05/2010 16:30
10/05/2010 18:00

Authentic assessment refers both to the alignment of assessment with the actual outcomes of students' learning, and to the utilisation in assessment of approximations of real-world situations within which knowledgeable activity might take place. In both cases, student learning is assumed to be intimately connected with the manner in which they are assessed, and that students will be more highly motivated to learn if their assessment is authentic. [read more...]

Location

1 St Giles Oxford Internet Institute
Oxford OX1 3JS
United Kingdom

Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks – a Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci2010

Closing Date: 
22/01/2010

We are pleased to invite you to

Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks
– a Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci 2010

taking place at BarabásiLab – Center for Complex Network Research,
Northeastern University in Boston, MA, on Monday, May 10, 2010.

Abstract: [read more...]

event: Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks – a Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci2010

10/05/2010 08:30
10/05/2010 18:00

We are pleased to invite you to

Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks
– a Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci 2010

taking place at BarabásiLab – Center for Complex Network Research,
Northeastern University in Boston, MA, on Monday, May 10, 2010.

Abstract: [read more...]

Location

110 Forsyth St
Boston, MA 02115
United States

event: P2P Networks and Processes Seminar · July 6 to 10 in Medialab-Prado (Madrid)

06/07/2009 12:00

The 4th Inclusiva-net Encounter: P2P Networks and Processes will take place in Medialab-Prado Madrid from July 6 to 10, 2009. [read more...]

Location

Alameda, 15 Plaza de las Letras
Madrid 28014
Spain

Some notes on the "Network of Expert Centres" meeting, 22 Sept 2008

In these post-AHDS, apres-Methods-Network days, a small amount of
funding has been found to explore the possibility of
setting up a "network of expert centres", aiming to develop an effective
support infrastructure in the digital arts and humanities area. As a
former AHDS centre, Oxford was invited to join the network, and I went [read more...]

event: The Network as an Idea: Changes in Representation

12/12/2007 16:00
12/12/2007 18:00

A transformation in society is a renaissance when the rupture with the past in how we understand and represent reality is sufficiently profound. The renewal resulting from it comes through proposing new definitions and models of reality and ways in which we relate to them.

The first part will be a discussion of the fundamental change in artistic representation of the world followed by an online discussion with Michael Doser, deputy director of the physics department at CERN, on how science has redefined how we understand reality.

Part of 'The Network as an Idea' series at LSE [read more...]

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