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Friday, January 25

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Monday, June 25

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    Blogging & Tweeting Academia
    As the tools necessary for creating blogs have become more readily available, many academics have been quick to embrace these new forms of communication. However, academics blog for many different reasons, such as disseminating scholarship, demystifying the inner workings of the academy, or promoting themselves in an uncertain job market.
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    Blogging & Tweeting Academia
    As the tools necessary for creating blogs have become more readily available, many academics have been quick to embrace these new forms of communication. However, academics blog for many different reasons, such as disseminating scholarship, demystifying the inner workings of the academy, or promoting themselves in an uncertain job market.
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    Grading 2.0: Evaluation in the Digital Age
    As the educational and cultural climate changes in response to new technologies for creating and sharing information, educators have begun to ask if the current framework for assessing student work, standardized testing, and grading is incompatible with the way these students should be learning and the skills they need to acquire to compete in the information age.
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    David Gibson is Associate Research Professor of Education at Arizona State University and directs the Continuous Improvement efforts of the Equity Alliance (http://www.equityallianceatasu.org/). Dr. Gibson’s research and publications include work on complex systems, modeling of educational processes, the future of learning, using technology to personalize education, and the potential for games and simulation-based learning. He founded The Global Challenge Award (http:www.globalchallengeaward.org), a team and project-based learning and scholarship program for high school students that engages small teams in studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics in order to solve global problems. He is creator of simSchool (http:www.simschool.org), a classroom flight simulator for training teachers, and the eFolio (http:www.my-efolio.com) online performance assessment system. His business, CURVESHIFT (http:www.curveshift.com) is an educational technology company that assists in the acquisition, implementation and continuing design of games and simulations, e-portfolio systems, data-driven decision making tools, and emerging technologies.
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    John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University http://fhi.duke.edu
    The mission of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University is to encourage and enable serious humanistic inquiry, and to promote a heightened awareness of the centrality of the humanities to the quality of human life, social interaction, and scholarship in all fields. To these ends, we emphasize a broad conception of interdisciplinarity – one that encompasses all methods and approaches, and which acknowledges the importance of the core humanities disciplines – as well as scholarly work that examines issues of social equity, especially research on race and ethnicity in their most profound historical and international dimensions. In this ambitious mission, we are inspired by the late John Hope Franklin, James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of History.
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Wednesday, April 11

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Thursday, December 22

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    Amanda Phillips (University of California at Santa Barbara) introduces David Gibson, Associate Research Professor of Education at Arizona State University
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    interview: http://www.hastac.org/blogs/amanda-phillips/preparing-p3-spotlight-david-gibson
    Ana Boa Ventura (University of Texas) introduces Anne Balsamo, Director of the Interactive Media Co-Design Lab, Professor of Interactive Media at the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California, and Professor of Communication at Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Southern California.
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    · From the well thought out pre-prepared talk reflecting years of research and practice to the spur of the moment ‘new idea’ that would be fun to talk about.
    · From the demonstration of a working tool to the whiteboarding of something completely new."
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    For more information regarding unconferences: http://hastacscholars.wikispaces.com/P3+What+is+an+unconference
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    Cathy Davidson
    Cathy N. Davidson has published some twenty books and is the co-founder (with David Theo Goldberg) of HASTAC (pronounced “haystack,” Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory). Dr. Davidson has been teaching and researching the open web and technology for many years. Her blog, "How to Crowdsource Grading," published last year, took the academic world by storm. Her undergraduate class, "This Is Your Brain on the Internet" used the tenets of this blog‑‑grading was by contract. People were curious and furious, and some were encouraged. Along with David Theo Goldberg, she is the author of The Future of Thinking: Learning Institutions in a Digital Age. Her Now You See It: The Science of Attention in the Classroom, at Work, and Everywhere Else will be published by Viking Press in Fall 2011. Dr. Davidson also chairs Duke University's Digital Futures Task Force, whose university-wide open access policy was unanimously accepted by Duke's Academic Council last spring.
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    HASTAC Scholar-Mentors @ P3:
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    About Your Hosts
    HASTAC
    Founded in 2002, HASTAC ("haystack") is a free, voluntary network of individuals and institutions inspired by the possibilities that new technologies offer us for shaping how we learn, teach, communicate, create, and organize our local and global communities. Dedicated to new media, critical thinking and participatory learning, HASTAC believes the digital era provides rich opportunities for informal and formal learning and for collaborative, networked research that extends across traditional disciplines, across the boundaries of academe and community, across the "two cultures" of humanism and technology, across the divide of thinking versus making, and across social strata and national borders.
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    Humanities Research Institute.Institute . More information is at http://www.hastac.org.http://www.hastac.org .
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    and ethical issues.issues like the question "who can do my homework?".
    Inspired by the example of John Hope Franklin--Duke professor emeritus, historian, intellectual leader, and lifelong civil rights activist--the Franklin Center embraces a creative cross-pollination of ideas, perspectives, and methodologies. Using such sophisticated resources as multimedia and high-speed videoconferencing, the Franklin Center employees advanced technologies not only as a means to an end, but as objects of critical inquiry themselves. These striking new directions in higher education require the marriage of philosophical imagination and pragmatic design.
    John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University http://fhi.duke.edu
    The mission of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University is to encourage and enable serious humanistic inquiry, and to promote a heightened awareness of the centrality of the humanities to the quality of human life, social interaction, and scholarship in all fields. To these ends, we emphasize a broad conception of interdisciplinarity – one that encompasses all methods and approaches, and which acknowledges the importance of the core humanities disciplines – as well as scholarly work that examines issues of social equity, especially research on race and ethnicity in their most profound historical and international dimensions. In this ambitious mission, we are inspired by the late John Hope Franklin, James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of History.
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