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In a live demonstration of globe-straddling communication technologies like Skype, this forum connects to citizen journalists and activists around the world, some of whom frequently test the limits of governmental authority. Moderator Et...
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For years, news organizations have been ambivalently confronting the idea of crowdsourcing. In contrast to other forms of "user innovation" that feature collaborations by highly skilled professionals, crowdsourcing exploits a largely unt...
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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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Panelists: Aswin Punathambekar, Xiaochang Li, Ana Domb, Orit Kuritsky, Jing Wang Aswin Punathambekar is an Assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He teaches and wr...
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Panelists: Erin Reilly, Karen Schrier, Sangita Shresthova, Pilar Lacasa, and Mitch Resnick Erin Reilly is Research Director for Project New Media Literacies, a past CMS project now housed at the University of Southern California. K...
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The second panel from the Comparative Media Studies 10th anniversary symposium. Beth Coleman is Assistant Professor of Writing and New Media in the Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies and Comparative Media Studies. Her fields ...
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The first panel from the Comparative Media Studies 10th anniversary symposium. Pete Donaldson is a Professor in the MIT Literature section, which he headed from 1990 until 2005. Kurt Fendt is Research Director in Foreign Languages ...
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