Papers | CSCW2012: Mixed Reality Games Workshop. Here is a listing of all the papers submitted for our workshop, along with their abstracts and authors. For downloading convenience, we’ve compiled all the papers into one handy bundle. We’ve included the paper that we organizers put together to initiate the workshop as a “background” and motivation…

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Let’s make OpenPhilosophy.org!. I’m very excited to say that the project has secured some funding from JISC, who champion digital technology for use in higher education in the UK. The project will be a collaboration between Goldsmiths, University of London, the University of Oxford and the Open Knowledge Foundation. It will also involve students and…

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Academic Professional Job Opening. Academic Professional—Assistant to Graduate Program in Digital Media The School of Literature, Communication, and Culture at Georgia Tech seeks an Academic Professional to serve as Assistant to the Graduate Program in Digital Media. This individual will provide administrative support to the program and Graduate Director at our Atlanta campus, oversee the…

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On November 3, 2011, OSTP released a Request for Information (RFI) soliciting public input on long-term preservation of, and public access to, the results of federally funded research, including peer-reviewed scholarly publications as required in the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2010.

Software Studies: call for papers for the next issue of Computational Culture journal. Call For Papers Computational Culture, a journal of software studies Deadline: 30th March 2012 The new peer-reviewed open access journal Computational Culture has been launched. The first issue entitled ‘A Million Gadget Minds’ is available online at: http://computationalculture.net/ Computational Culture is now…

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Graphs Beyond the Hairball | eagereyes. Networks are usually drawn using a technique called node-link diagrams. While that works well for small graphs (the technical name for networks), it breaks down beyond a few dozen nodes. Better techniques exist, though these are currently focused on specific types of graphs or answer particular questions.

Call for Submissions for the AHR Prize for the Best Digital Article.

The American Historical Review invites submissions of online works of digital historical scholarship to be considered for the newly established AHR Prize in Digital Historical Scholarship. The winning submission will be published online by Oxford University Press in April 2014 as a fully peer-reviewed, fully citable work of original scholarship and as an integral part of the AHR. It will, therefore, be included in the table of contents, along with a short abstract, in the April 2014 issue of the AHR. The deadline for submission is March 1, 2013. All entries will be considered by the editor of the AHR and reviewed and refereed by the editorial board of the AHR and by external referees.