All posts in the category: Academic
The following have been presented in the Distributed, Ambient, Pervasive Interactions track of the Human Computer Interactions International Conference.
- Smart learning in the community: supporting citizen digital skills and literacies 2020 smart-learning-dig-literacy_v6_submitted1.pdf
- What ar...
Or 'how we got here and where we might go next' ...
This is an autobiographical take on the history of the internet from one person's ex-musician PoV. I think this standpoint is probably quite representative of how internet culture came to be what it is today.
In the beginning...Read More
Open Access (OA) has always been thought about as a way to throw open the doors of reading and publishing academic work. To encourage anyone and everyone to read expert peer reviewed knowledge from a wide range of subject areas, and that academics, scientists and researchers from all disciplines can...Read More
There is a huge problem rapidly approaching on the horizon of data society: the authenticity and custodianship of the Knowledge Web. This has been especially highlighted by the ever expanding AI data web crawling and soon to be encountered 'unravelling' of AI content as it devours its own output to...Read More
Back in 2007, a movement sprang up and immediately gained prominent attention, known as 'the Oil of the 21st Century' (aka Oil21). Their message was that intellectual property would become the most valuable asset of the global internet world. And 16 years later, it's very clear that they were righ...Read More