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03/10/2010 2:15 PM 32"141John Seely Brown, Visiting Scholar, USC; Dava Newman, Sm '89, PhD '92, Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Engineering Systems; John BelcherDescription: Even when children are high achievers and facil...
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Between the Bars is a blogging platform for one out of every 142 Americans---prisoners---that makes it easy to blog on paper, using standard postal mail. It consists of software tools to make it easy to upload PDF scans of letters, crowd...
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MIT Center for Future Civic Media Director Chris Csikszentmihalyi and fellow researchers present the Center's most recent projects. From community mapping to news tracking, from collective action to rural empowerment, from cultural mi...
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A Starr Forum event presented on February 22, 2010 A book talk with Victor Kattan and an introduction by Noam Chomsky About the author:Kattan is the author of more than half a dozen scholarly articles on the Arab-Israeli conflict in int...
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06/05/2010 KresgeDonald Sadoway, John F. Elliott Professor of Materials Chemistry; Department of Materials Science Engineering; Description: In a lecture that could have been titled, Better Education through Chemistry, Don Sadoway begi...
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Our lives are increasingly mediated by computers and data – a shift that is becoming more and more natural to us. From Data.gov to real-time municipal bus information, data in many forms from many sources is being made available and reco...
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The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation--sponsor of the MIT Center for Future Civic Media--in June 2010 announced their 2010 Knight News Challenge winners. Together, these winners form another ground-breaking, visionary class of civic...
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04/28/2011 9:30 AM Amy Bruckman, SM '91, PhD, '97, Associate Professor at the College of Computing, Georgia TechDescription: Amy Bruckman finds the accomplishments of such online collaborations as Wikipedia, Apache and Firefox "nothing l...
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CAVS fellow John Bell joins CAVS artists, staff and MIT students in the design, construction, and performance of the Great Small Works toy theater show, Definitely Maybe. Based on the novel of the same name by the acclaimed Soviet scienc...
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