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We're very excited about the HASTAC 2010: Grand Challenges and Global Innovations coming up April 15-17. It's a virtual conference, with events being planned worldwide and coordinated by HASTAC leader and one of our co-founders Kevin Franklin plus doctoral student Jennifer Guiliano, and others at UIUC. We'll let you know more as it becomes available.
In the meantime, David and I are thinking ahead to our address on "The Future of Thinking: Learning Institutions in a Digital Age." We will have a bicoastal conversation, and then a live chat, still in the planning stages. So we'd love you to send us questions that might form the basis of that conversation on any aspect of our educational futures. You can use the Comments section below for that purpose. We'd love to hear from you. We'll be taping our conversation on Wednesday March 17 so make sure to get us your questions before then!
The conversation is based on our book THE FUTURE OF THINKING: LEARNING INSTITUTIONS IN A DIGITAL AGE (MIT Press, 2010) and available on a free download here: http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=12181. There's a link in the left sidebar that you can click on.
Here's general information about the virtual HASTAC conference, HASTAC 2010: Grand Challenges and Global Innovations Conference;
HASTAC is delighted to announce the HASTAC 2010: Grand Challenges and Global Innovations Conference. Held April 15-17, 2010 and hosted by the Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science at the University of Illinois, HASTAC 2010: Grand Challenges and Global Innovations will be a free, entirely virtual event held in a multiplicity of digital spaces instigated from sites across the globe.
This years event will focus on grand challenges and global innovations in the form of technologies, research, teaching, and inquiry that can be leveraged across personal, physical, geographical, institutional, disciplinary, and organizational boundaries. HASTAC 2010 seeks to ask: what are the influence(s) of virtual spaces that can transcend boundaries to impact global innovations? How will the next generation of digital technologies alter personal, physical, geographical, institutional, disciplinary, and organizational boundaries? What are the grand challenges in humanities, arts, and sciences that will shape the next generation of global innovation?
In the spirit of including digital innovators from across the globe, HASTAC 2010 will feature:
Keynote events hosted at research centers from across the globe during the conference. Confirmed virtual hub participants include: Georg-August-Universitt Gttingen (GAUG, Germany), Kings College London (KCL, UK), Laboratrio Nacional de Computao Cientfica (LNCC, Brazil), the Advanced Digital Sciences Center, Fusionopolis (Singapore), El Centro Nacional de Alta Tecnologa (CeNAT, Costa Rica), National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA, USA), Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC, USA), the Center for Computation and Technology, Louisiana State University (CCT, USA), the Center for Computational Sciences University of Kentucky (CCS, USA), the National University Community Research Institute (NUCRI, USA), Duke University (DU, USA), the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI, USA), the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH, USA), the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC, USA), the Institute for Multimedia Literacy, University of Southern California (IML, USA), the University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI, USA), the University of California, Berkeley Tele-Immersion Lab (UCB, USA) and the New York City College of Technology (CITYTECH, USA).
To foster innovation in research, HASTAC 2010 will feature special sessions on:
Young scholars where undergraduate and graduate students can present works in progress and receive support and feedback from the HASTAC community.
Disciplinary pedagogy where participants can explore the meaning of global innovation with the teaching of digital humanities, arts, and sciences.
Conference: April 15-17, 2010
Points of Contact
Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1205 W. Clark St., MC-257
Urbana, Illinois 61820
email@example.com with HASTAC 2010 in the Subject Line