[Air-l] RKCSI Colloquium Series Webcasts

Maciej Kos kos at gnu.univ.gda.pl
Tue Feb 6 05:33:14 PST 2007


Hi,

I have found this great resource for free online studies:
http://www.eliteskills.com/free_education/?foo=x

with links to free online courses at Berkeley or Stanford. 
Unfortunately, I cannot find any courses in Information Science (I would 
especially be interested in HCI and CMC). Is there any data base of such 
free online courses? I find the RKCSI videos especially valuable but I 
am looking for something more suitable for self study.

Thanks,
Maciej

>The RKCSI videos are a part of an effort at the School of Library and 
>Information Science, IU Bloomington.
>
>Included in the effort are talks from RKCSI, from Katy Borner's Networks 
>and Complex Systems talk series, and material from several other venues.
>
>Visit the school-wide media RSS feed at
>
>http://www.slis.indiana.edu/media/full.php
>
>Persons of note with creative-commons licensed content within the archive 
>include Carolyn Haythornwaite, Susan Herring, David Hakken, Paul Dourish, 
>Kristin Eschenfelder, Steven Harnad, Jaron Lanier, and others.
>
>I'm very glad that someone is getting use out of this content.  It has 
>been painstakingly collected over a period of several years, in no small 
>part due to efforts by individual faculty and one very diligent webmaster. 
>They are all owed a debt of thanks.
>
>--elijah
>
>
>
>On Sat, 3 Feb 2007, Paul DiPerna wrote:
>
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>
>>Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:14:44 -0700
>>From: Paul DiPerna <pdiperna at blauexchange.org>
>>Reply-To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
>>To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
>>Subject: [Air-l] RKCSI Colloquium Series Webcasts
>>
>>
>>Dear AOIRers,
>>
>>I received the note below from the Rob Kling Center for Social
>>Informatics (RKCSI).  They archive webcasts of their colloquium series.
>>I thought the links inside the message would be of interest to some
>>folks here.
>>
>>Are there other schools/departments that have online video archives?
>>
>>This might be a good place to start a list for future reference.
>>
>>
>>-- Paul
>>
>>
>>____________________________________
>>
>>
>>[Please pardon for duplicate postings.]
>>
>>
>>The Rob Kling Center for Social Informatics (RKCSI) sponsors a seasonal
>>colloquium series on the Indiana University-Bloomington campus.
>>
>>http://rkcsi.indiana.edu/index.php/colloquium-series
>>
>>The link below takes you to the Fall 2006 lecture series and video of
>>most lectures, including Howard Rheingold's lecture "Smart Mobs and
>>Beyond." --
>>
>>http://rkcsi.indiana.edu/index.php/2006-fall
>>
>>
>>Video recordings of the Spring 2007 lecture series will be posted at the
>>following URL as soon as they are available --
>>
>>http://rkcsi.indiana.edu/index.php/2007-spring
>>
>>
>>_______________________________________________
>>
>>
>>The Center for Social Informatics is jointly sponsored by the IU
>>Schools of Library and Information Science and Informatics.
>>
>>Visit the home page @  http://rkcsi.indiana.edu/
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>--------------
>>Paul DiPerna
>>Blau Exchange
>>http://www.blauexchange.org
>>email: pdiperna at blauexchange.org
>>Online ID: http://claimid.com/pdiperna
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