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July 06, 2008

Wanted: Dialogue Mapper (using Compendium)

July 06, 2008

With reference to my previous post, I would be interested in recruiting a volunteer to help me in the Semantic Study workshops. I'll make it clear from the outset that there is no money involved, only travel expenses (and a free book!), but there is the opportunity to learn a new skill.I would like to map the discussion part ...

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The impact of the semantic web

July 06, 2008

This post is by way of advance notice that I will be contacting all Emerge projects in the near future to request that they participate in the 'Study Area 2: The impact of the semantic web' as announced by Paul in his blog entry about New Studies in Emerging Issues.In brief, this study will first produce a brief introduction ...

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May 01, 2008

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0

May 01, 2008

Today, W3C announces that the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 is ready for developers and designers to test in Web content and Web applications. Publication of WCAG 2.0 as a Candidate Recommendation, a major step in the W3C standards process, signals broad consensus in the WCAG Working Group and among public reviewers on ...

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November 19, 2007

ERCIM: TEL

November 19, 2007

The latest issue of ERCIM News (#71, Oct 2007) has a special feature on Technology Enhanced Learning with a couple of dozen articles including one on TEL in FP7 (can’t find that one online - you’ll need the full pdf here. It does link to a FP7 website Next issue (Jan’08) is the ‘Future Web’ with a call ...

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November 10, 2007

[Innovate] Special Issue on Academics in Virtual Environments

November 10, 2007

Email I just received from the Innovate online journal looking for contributions to a special issue on academics in virtual environments. The MUVErs here might be interested. Text follows:====================================================Innovate, published as a public service by the Fischler School of Educationand Human Services and sponsored, in part, by Microsoft is solicitingmanuscripts for a special issue on academics in virtual environments. ...

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September 28, 2007

Virtual jobs?

September 28, 2007

Just noticed these adverts on jobs.ac.uk: Manager of the UH Virtual Campus in SecondLife and Assistant Secondlife VR DeveloperI wonder if they pay in Linden ...

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Intelligent Systems: Social Computing

September 28, 2007

Latest issue of IEEE Intelligent Systems has a series of articles on Social Computing that Emerge members might be interested in:Social Computing Guest Editors' Introduction: Social Computing (PDF) Daniel Zeng, University of ArizonaFei-Yue Wang, Chinese Academy of SciencesKathleen M. Carley, Carnegie Mellon University pp. 20-22 Context-Aware Middleware for Anytime, Anywhere ...

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September 23, 2007

CC issue

September 23, 2007

Interesting blog I just came across at Harry Chen Thinks Aloud. Seems Virgin are using flickr pictures which were posted with the Creative Commons license but they are of someone whom Virgin did not get permission from. Seems this is illegal in US and Australia (where the campaign is running). Wonder what the situation would be here? Definitely worth ...

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September 13, 2007

Annotating video

September 13, 2007

I know a few people are interested in the annotation of media files so thought this blog might be of interest: it is about Mojiti, a startup service based in China but offering an English language interface. Checkout the tutorial - cool ...

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September 11, 2007

Textbook-based social networking?

September 11, 2007

Interesting posting on the OUP blog about 'Salt Lake City based social networking site CafeScribe ... a social networking site that revolves around a textbook!'. Author seems to think it could ...

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