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Cabinet of Curiosity online 

The website for the Cabinet of Curiosity (which was presented May 28 at the conference) is more or less complete: The site includes pictures of the "provocations" and some from the conference presentation, plus videos of several of the "provocateurs" talking about their work.  Please give it a look!

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Jester’s ‘Exquisite Corpse’ Collaboration 

Great to see so many of you participating in the session on Jesters and creative see(k)ing. Copied below is your amazing collaborative discourse that both IS-- and is about-- play, ambiguity, uncertainty, and risk-taking beyond the 'frame.' Jester’s Exquisite Corpse* 5/26/11 (*Note: a forward slash indicates the beginning of a new player’s contribution.) The creative …

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Inside the Museum: A interactive map of The Metropolitan Museum of Art 

Join us to unearth and interact with the Metropolitan Museum’s collection through a demonstration of the digital Inside the Museum project for young people. Presented by: Masha Turchinsky (masha.turchinsky@metmuseum.org) , Senior Publishing and Creative Manager for Digital Media at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Creative Director for Inside the Met, Ed.M. candidate in International Educational …

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Please bring small old toys to the conference! 

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copy, rip, learn 

I am Simon Lindgren, Professor of Sociology at Umeå University and working out of the HUMlab research environment. My talk at Creativity, Play, and the Imagination will be co-presented with Ragnar Lundström, a PhD candidate of Sociology. The presentation will be based on research done within a project, funded by the Swedish Research Council, on …

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Supporting Academic Creativity With Online Tools 

I'll be co-presenting with Peter Beaugard (on "Using Graphic Design Methods & Interactive Tools to Encourage Play in Online Learning") and Nate Dern – (on "Crowdsourcing Creativity"). Join us at "Tech Panel I" at 10:45 - 12:15, on Friday May 27, 2011. My session is titled, "Supporting Academic Creativity With Online Tools." What is academic creativity …

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Haiku and Comics – Constraints and the Creative Process 

All - a little bit about the presentation by me, Nick Sousanis and Michele Root-Bernstein of Michigan State University – co-presenter; along with Patricia D. Stokes, Barnard College, Columbia University – moderator. Presenters will engage in a moderated discussion concerning the resonance and intersection of the creative process in haiku and comics and how introducing constraints opens space …

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