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Originally posted at the Connected Camps blog.

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One of my Internet heroes is Stuart Duncan, founder of Autcraft, a Minecraft server for kids with autism and their families. After blogging about autism for many years, Duncan started Autcraft in response to what he had heard from his community about autistic kids being bullied on Minecraft servers. Clearly he tapped a pain point. After opening its doors in 2013, word spread quickly, and the Autcraft community has grown to over 8000 members.   

Creating safe spaces for kids with autism online (or anywhere) is important and hard. The Autcraft community has achieved this through vigilance and community innovation. Other servers can learn from their experience in creating inclusive and safe server communities. Creating a friendly and inclusive Internet shouldn’t fall to families with kids with autism alone, but should enlist and enrich all of us as allies and fellow netizens.

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UX Mapping Methods Compared: A Cheat Sheet I stumbled over these handy user experience maps this morning and thought about how useful they might be in my teaching, learning, and research. Empathy maps: designed to help folk understand the mind of the user. I could use this at the end of the semester to understand …

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Last week I completed a module for the Deans’ Semester on Global Challenges that began in Riva San Vitale, Switzerland, then moved to Geneva, and ended in Senegal. During this module, students explored the global food challenge, paying specific attention to sustainable agricultural practices, the food-water-energy nexus, agricultural education, (mal)nutrition, and value/supply chains. After exploring these subjects, […]

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Experiencia como parte de la organización del III Congreso Internacional Humanidades Digitales Hispánicas Sociedad Internacional (#HDH2017). Incluye Databeers Málaga especial

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Revival Children Dance (legendado)

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Experiencia Congreso MESO Argentina. Ponencia sobre experiencia de usuarios en contenidos interactivos innovadores de labs españoles, Buenos AIres. Investigación realizada en proyecto sobre periodismo e innovación para la universidad de Málaga

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I set the lecture videos for #YogaMOOC to play at 1.5x speed, so that I could get through the material on digital distraction a little faster. It seems like this is an opportunity for reflection. It feels like a lot of the literature about online ed and flipped classrooms treats this like a feature. Lectures, … Continue reading Twenty twenty twenty-four hours to go, oh-oh

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workshop “Learning from Fake News”, impartido por el profesor dr. Richard Rogers, de la Universidad de Amsterdam, en las oficinas que Google tiene en el centro de Buenos Aires. 2 de noviembre de 2017. Enmarcado en Congreso MESO 2017. Universidad San Andrés, Argentina

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(Apologies for cross posting)   We are offering opportunities to become a PhD researcher in the Work, Interaction and Technology group at King’s College London. The current faculty members are: Paul Luff, Dirk vom Lehn, Christian Heath and Jon Hindmarsh. We specialise in video-based field studies, drawing on ethnomethodology and conversation analysis.   Our recent PhD …

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Maha Bali’s blog about starting #YogaMOOC felt like I could have written it. Normally, that’s a good feeling. Maha’s pretty smart; if she says something I was thinking, then I must be on the right track. But this post resonated differently. I felt some of that free-floating stress in my own life. A general physical … Continue reading Don’t be afraid to care