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September 2013

lesley-sandra.jpg Join us on September 18 for a CoCo Seminar by Sandra Peter and Lesley Farrell titled " Forging futures: how the concept of the social imaginary can help make open access education a movement worth supporting"

When: 11.00am - 12.30pm (arrive at 10.45am for refreshments)
Where: Education Building (A35) Room 230

Sandra Peter is a lecturer at the University of Sydney Business School. Her research focus is on access to education, focusing particularly on the potential opening up of access to higher education that open educational initiatives (e.g. OERs, MOOCs) seem to offer, in the context of an ambiguously bounded, emerging, global education.

Lesley Farrell is professor and Associate Dean Research in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, at the University of Technology, Sydney. Her research focus is on the impacts of globalisation on local workforces and work practices and on knowledge mobilisation across spatial and temporal domains.

Join us on September 11 for a CoCo seminar by Dr. Sharon Oviatt titled " The impact of interface affordances on human ideation, problem-solving and inferential reasoning
When: 11.00am - 12.30pm (arrive at 10.45am for refreshments)
Where: Education Building (A35) Room 230

Dr Sharon Oviatt is internationally known for her extensive work in human-centered interface design, multimodal and mobile interfaces, educational interfaces, and interface design and evaluation. Dr Oviatt is an associate editor of the main journals and edited book collections in the field of human interfaces, including the Journal of Human Computer Interaction; ACM Transactions on Intelligent Interactive Systems; and The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook. She also is the founder of Incaa Designs, a Seattle-area nonprofit that researches, designs and evaluates the impact of new educational interfaces. Dr Oviatt was a founder the ACM conference series on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI), and currently is co-chair of ICMI 2013 in Sydney with colleagues Fang Chen (NICTA) and Julien Epps (UNSW).


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