[Air-L] MIT's 'Scratch, ' Carnegie Mellon's 'Alice 3, ' World University & School, Webnographers.org

scott at scottmacleod.com scott at scottmacleod.com
Mon Aug 24 08:14:38 PDT 2009

Tessa, AoIR, 

Thanks for this information about MIT's Scratch programming language. With 
respect to MIT's Scratch, AoIR researchers might be interested in Carnegie 
Mellon Universitiy's "Alice 3," another program to learn programming. Both 
of these are available on World University & School's free, educational 
software page: http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Educational_Software - 
which has much other interesting, free software as well. 

As a wiki, it's possible to add to World University & School's free 
software, as well as to TEACH a free and open course, for example. 


http://Webnographers.org's list of 

Books - http://www.webnographers.org/index.php?title=Books 

Papers - http://www.webnographers.org/index.php?title=Papers 

Video - http://www.webnographers.org/index.php?title=Videos 

Syllabi - http://www.webnographers.org/index.php?title=Syllabi 

virtual ethnographic resources continues to grow, as well. It's also a wiki, 
to which we can all add. 


Scott MacLeod 




Tessa Houghton writes: 

> I think you may be interested in the work of some staff at Canterbury
> University: 
> http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/UCResearchProfile/Researcher.aspx?researcherid=3612254 
> http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/UCResearchProfile/Researcher.aspx?researcherid=86034 
> You may also be interested in this initiative: 
> http://scratch.mit.edu/ 
> Regards,
> -- 
> Tessa Jade Houghton 
> PhD Candidate
> Media and Communication
> University of Canterbury
> New Zealand 
> "If one could conclude as to the nature of the Creator from a study of
> creation, it would appear that God has an inordinate fondness for stars and
> beetles." - J.B.S. Haldane
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