Libraries and Collaborative Research Communities

Already a while ago, but still worth a post: on August 5, I was an invited speaker at  the Ticer Digital Libraries a la Carte 2009 summer school. In 2008, I attended their fascinating keynote summer school lecture by Stephen Abram. It was a privilege to be on the other side this year! Ticer stands … Continue reading Libraries and Collaborative Research Communities

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Presentation at the National Research Council Canada

On Monday, I will give another version of the talk "From Inspiration to Activation: Making Online Collaborative Communities Work" that I gave at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, this time at the National Research Council Canada Institute for Information Technology in Fredericton, New Brunswick. It's good to have another opportunity to present  and get … Continue reading Presentation at the National Research Council Canada

From Inspiration to Activation: Making Online Collaborative Communities Work

On January 21, I presented my lecture "From Inspiration to Activation: Making Online Collaborative Communities Work" in the UAHuntsville Distinguished Speaker Series. It was a revised version of the invited talk I gave at the ALOIS 2008 conference in Venice in May 2008. In the lecture I addressed how collaborative communities require not only the … Continue reading From Inspiration to Activation: Making Online Collaborative Communities Work

Yes We Can 2.0

It's amazing what transformative power Web 2.0 services are increasingly making available to everybody at (almost) no cost. Using Animoto "The End of Slideshows" I just made a professional looking video supported by (Creative Commons)-music out of my collection of 1993 Clayoquot Sound uprising-pics for only US$ 3,- (30 sec videos are even free): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdlSHwDabCs&feature=plcpContinue reading Yes We Can 2.0