Saturday, April 23, 2016

2016 EDU: PEOPLE: VWBPE16 Videos, Journal of Virtual Studies report and call for papers for Summer 2016

VWBPE16  Videos, Journal of Virtual Studies report 
and call for papers for Summer 2016

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JoVS Call for Papers on the Theme of Cyclicality
Call for Papers Closes June 2016, Expected Publication Summer 2016
Ouroboros: Next Journal Theme is Cyclicality
Our world is changing. The way we lead demonstrates our ability to look back, move forward, and be guided by the constant need to reinvent ourselves and our profession. How does our research demonstrate this type of cyclicality and self-discovery? In what way has this theme guided our practice and made it better?
The Journal of Virtual Studies calls for papers that demonstrate the cyclicality of working in virtual spaces. Send us your research, practical application, perspectives, cultural narratives, and reviews of work that demonstrate some aspect of cyclicality in any type of virtual space: reflection and identity, process, trends, best practice, renewal, reinvention. More detailed information is available in the current issue of JoVS.

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  • Where is Arcadia?
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        New Media Arts (NMA) on the web


        Past VWBPE conferences


        VWBPE15 Conference, Summary, current and years past

        VWBPE 2014


        VWBPE  2013


            VWBPE 2012


            VWBPE  2011 

            Previous Conference Proceedings


            Video Archives

            Slideshare Presentations

            VWBPE Awards


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            News and Notes

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              The Hypergrid WIP Show

              The Hypergrid WIP is a one hour "show & tell" of works in progress or recently completed. All builders from beginner to pro are invited.  Presentations are in voice and text.  For text presentations, best bring the text in a notecard and paste it into chat.  Voice presentations may be captured in video.  Stills and videos from the show may appear in this blog and elsewhere.

              Next WIP show 

              • Next WIP show: Sun. Apr 24, Noon SLT
              • Cookie II location (fourth Sunday of the month)
              • HG address below: paste into the World Map next to Find. Click Find, TP
              • grid.kitely.com:8002:Cookie II 
              • in Kitely: paste into Nav (top) bar of Firestorm, Enter.
              • hop://grid.kitely.com:8002/Cookie II/68/369/22
              • Narasnook  location (second Sunday of the month)
              • Pandora allows presenters to run high threat OSSL functions.
              • world.narasnook.com:8900
              • Put the line above in your World Map next to Find.  Click FindTP
              • At Narasnook, use World Map to search for Pandora
              • Cookie II location (fourth Sunday of the month)
              • HG address below: paste into the World Map next to Find. Click Find, TP
              • grid.kitely.com:8002:Cookie II 
              • in Kitely: paste into Nav (top) bar of Firestorm, Enter.
              • hop://grid.kitely.com:8002/Cookie II/68/369/22

                Previous Articles from the WIP show 

                HG links-- depending on your interests 

                Metaverse beginner help

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                2 comments:

                1. That picture brought back less than pleasant memories. It used to be one of half a dozen cookie-cutter never used classrooms on Teaching 11 which has now gone the way of all flesh. It was one of my "favorite" whited sepulchers. Thanks for the memories. -- Iyoba.

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                2. The empty classroom is my picture of the future of instruction.

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