Groups

Collaboration is at the heart of HASTAC. HASTAC Groups offer members a space to network, organize, plan, highlight your work, and get feedback from your Group or the entire HASTAC community.

Groups can be created and organized by any HASTAC member. They can be private, with access limited to only members you choose, or they can be public and viewable by everyone.

HASTAC Groups reflect the varied interests of the HASTAC network, including tools for multimedia archiving, new platforms for social interaction, original gaming environments for teaching and learning, innovative educational programs in information science and information studies, and much more. Browse existing Groups to be inspired by new ideas, or spur your current thinking to the next level.

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the methodology that Your Excellency has strived to apply , is actually a bit too Algebraic.The calculus  U  hav aplied does not take into consideration wave state spaces either for volcanoes or for quakes.It simply doesn't heed the Spatio_Temporality of types of strange attractors that ar very clearly  @ work in such matters.Multiplicities of such Intensities ar objectifying themselves @ epi_centres.I very humbly declare to you (merely as your aprentice) that integrals & derivations based most  "locally" .

Group / Technology, Networks & Sciences

Agri_Topos

Members: 2
Posts: 0

Group / Teaching & Learning Practices

The Trio Team

Members: 1
Posts: 1
HASTAC at ASU

Group / Technology, Networks & Sciences

HASTAC at ASU

Members: 6
Posts: 12