[Air-L] UNESCO’s second World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries
murero.monica at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 10:05:26 PDT 2011
How will digital reading affect human thinking and concentration?
The UNESCO’s second World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries will discuss "The Book Tomorrow, the Future of the Written Word” (FOCUS 2011 from 6-8 June Monza, Italy). The event will offer great opportunities to network and discuss.
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Monica Murero , Ph.D.
AoIR Exec, 2003-2009; AoIR Treasurer, 2005-2009
AoIR Honorific Lifetime Member
Director E-Life International Institute
Associate Professor in Politics of e-Government
and in Sociology of New Technology
University Federico II, Italy
Consultant, World Health Organization
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/monica_murero or @monica_murero
E-MAIL murero.monica at gmail.com
and welcoming Barry Wellman's invitation...Recent Academic Work (Books and Presentations):
Murero M., (dec 2010) Digital Literacy: Introduction to Social Media. Libreria universitaria.it. Milano, Italy.
Murero M., (forthcoming, 2011). Social Media: Theory and Praxis. Carocci, Italy.
Murero M. (2011). Web Empowerment For The Cultural Heritage Organizations: Towards A Pragmatic Framework, chapter in Katz J.E., LaBar W., and Lynch E., (2011) Creativity and technology: social media, mobiles & museums, MuseumsEtc. Book's preview: http://museumsetc.com/products/technology-and-creativity
Murero M. (Sept. 2011) Alice gets sick in Facebookland. Paper to be presented at the international conference Medicine 2.0, University of Stanford, USA.
Murero M. (Sept. 2011). Alice in Social Media Land: Privacy, Security and Geo-Surveillance in Tomorrow’s Internet-Saturated Society. Paper to be presented at The Symposium A Decade in Internet Time. Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, UK.
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