Documentation:Research Commons/FIRE Talks/2014-2015/The Digital Universe
The Digital Universe
WHAT: How does digital media help you create, distribute, or preserve knowledge? Has available technology expanded, or limited, your academic or artistic work? Share how your research fits into the digital sphere.
- Spark your thinking: Consider collaborative research, data-generated art, non-linear storytelling, digitization, electronic archives, online research, open source science, hierarchies vs networks, transmedia, games, hypertext, interactivity
WHEN: Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 4-6pm
WHERE: Koerner Library, Room 216
- The Language of Online Predators - Pamela Black (Psychology)
- Open Badges in Academia - Kate Chandler (Library Studies)
- Squeezing into the World of Digital Humanities - Chelsea Gardner (Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies)
- Rewiring Community in the Digital City - Andrea Hoff (Creative Writing)
- Interdigiplinarity! - Ernesto Pena (Language and Literacy Education)
- Social networks, the media and us - Emi Sasagawa & Linda Givetash (Journalism)
- Kids and digital media - Laura Teichert (Language and Literacy Education)
- Sadler, S. (1998). The Situationist city. Cambridge Mass: MIT Press.
- "The Active Fiction Project" by the Vancouver Public Space Network (VPSN) http://activefictionproject.com/
- "The Graffiti QR Code Archive" by the Berlin-based artist sweza http://sweza.com/graffyard/
- "The Polis Blog" http://www.thepolisblog.org/
- "The City Fix" http://thecityfix.com/
- Craven, S., Brown, S., & Gilchrist, E. (2006). Sexual grooming of children: Review of literature and theoretical considerations. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 12, 287-299. doi:10.1080/13552600601069414
- Katz, C. (2013). Internet-related child sexual abuse: What children tell us in their testimonies. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, 1536-1542. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.06.006
- O’Connell, R. (2003). A typology of cyber sexploitation and online grooming practices. Preston, England: University of Central Lancashire. Retrieved on November 5th, 2013 from http://www.uclan.ac.uk/host/cru/docs/cru010.pdf
Emi Sasagawa and Linda Givetash
- SMARTTLab website: http://www.smarttlab.ca/
- IdleNoMore research: http://www.smarttlab.ca/initiatives/idlenomore-dissent/
- FirstNationsX website: http://www.firstnationsx.ca/ (work in progress)
- Levy, R. (2009). ‘You have to understand words…but not read them’: young children becoming readers in a digital age. Journal of Research in Reading, 32(1), 75-91.
- Marsh. J. (2004). The techno-literacy practices of young children. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 2(1), 51-66.
- O’Hara, M. (2011). Young children’s ICT experiences in the home: Some parental perspectives. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 9(3), 220-231.
- Wohlwend, K. (2010). A is for avatar: Young children in literacy 2.0 worlds and literacy 1.0 schools. Language Arts, 88(2), 144-152.
- Open Badges UBC website: http://badges.open.ubc.ca/
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