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July 27: Geof Bowker – Big Data . . . Vibrations

We are delighted to announce that Geof Bowker (University of California at Irvine) will spend 27 July at CIC, including giving this seminar which is open to all staff and students interested in thinking critically and ethically about the intersection of Data Science, Information Infrastructure and Society. CIC Seminar, Mon 27 July, 2-3.30pm, UTS Building 11, Broadway: CB11:05:101  Abstract: There is no such thing as raw data — by the time it has been suitably cooked int...
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July 17: Gardner Campbell – From the Memex to the World Wide Mind

Gardner Campbell (Virginia Commonwealth University Vice-Provost for Learning Innovation & Student Success) will be spending the day at CIC on Fri 17th July, with a seminar 2.30-4pm, CB08.08.002. Gardner brings an uncommon depth and breadth of thinking about the future of the university and the role of technology — check out his often provocative blog for a flavour. Following a morning in CIC, Gardner will run a seminar which calls us back to some of the founding vision of com...
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Chris Goldspink (Incept Labs): Your worldview shapes your teaching

Whether higher education or K-12, one of the greatest challenges in shifting how we teach is shifting teachers’ mindsets. Ruth Crick and I have a long-standing collaboration with Chris Goldspink at Incept Labs, Sydney. Chris brings expertise in the use of analytical tools to make visible the worldviews that practitioners hold. His findings argue that what educators do is grounded in their fundamental conceptions of knowledge, learning and teaching: in short, their epistemologies. Moreover, s...
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