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13 JULY 2011

The Future of Art: an immediated autodocumentary

"What are the defining aesthetics of art in the networked era? How is mass collaboration changing notions of ownership in art? How does micropatronage change the way artists produce and distribute artwork? The Future of Art begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation. (twitter hashtag: #futureofart)"

(Gabriel Shalom & KS12 / Emergence Collective)

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#futureofart • 2011aestheticsartart productionartistic practiceartistsartworkauthorship • autodocumentary • Berlincontent integrationcopyrightcreative practicecuration • defining aesthetics of art • future • Future of Art • Gabriel Shalom • integration • KS12 • micropatronage • networked era • ownershipparticipation • Patrizia Kommerell • patronage • production and distribution • Transmediale • Transmediale festivalvisual communication

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Simon Perkins
26 DECEMBER 2010

Envisioning the Post-LMS Era: The Open Learning Network

"Institutions, teachers, and learners are increasingly turning to the open architecture and customizability of the web. In doing so, they are leveraging the tools and resources of the larger PLE to create their own personal learning networks (PLNs) to manage information, create content, and connect with others. Whether termed PLEs or PLNs, these approaches 'represent a shift away from the model in which students consume information through independent channels such as the library, a textbook, or an LMS, moving instead to a model where students draw connections from a growing matrix of resources that they select and organize.' Scott Leslie's impressive collection of PLE diagrams reminds us that PLNs are infinitely configurable to meet individual needs and preferences. They are, after all, 'personal.'

The vision of individually constructed PLNs and their potential to transform learning extends beyond merely aggregating and using a smorgasbord of web–based tools and content. Gardner Campbell advocated the cultivation of 'personal cyberinfrastructures' that teachers and learners can leverage to become the 'system administrators of their own digital lives.' Instead of implementing tools that simply help instructors 'manage learning,' Campbell argued that we should embrace technologies that enable co–learners to frame, curate, share, and direct learning 'engagement streams.' John Seely Brown and Richard Adler argued that learning with Web 2.0 tools is so different that we ought to call it 'learning 2.0.' They asserted that, unlike old passive forms of learning, the new learner–centric paradigm (facilitated and reinforced by new tools) emphasizes participation over presentation, encourages focused conversation over traditional publication, and 'facilitates innovative explorations, experimentations, and purposeful tinkerings that often form the basis of a situated understanding emerging from action, not passivity.' The net result is an 'open participatory learning ecosystem.'"

(Jonathan Mott, 2010)

Mott, J. (2010). 'Envisioning the Post–LMS Era: The Open Learning Network.' Educause Quarterly 33(1).

Fig.1 Vahid Masrour 'synthetic view of what a PLN/E is, and what it enables'.
Fig.2 Scott Leslie 'collection of PLE diagrams'.

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Simon Perkins
29 MAY 2010

Leicestershire County Council Collections On-Line

"Collections Online is part of Heritage Services' ongoing commitment to improving access to the collections, and will continue to develop. It currently presents highlights from the following collections: Auster Aircraft, Coal Mining, Designer Fashion, Fox Hunting, Images of Harborough, NEXT, Toys and Games and the Symington Collection of Corsetry, Foundationwear and Swimwear."

(Leicestershire County Council)

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2002archaeologyarchive • Auster Aircraft • coal mining • collections • collections online • curationdatabasefashion design • foundationwear • fox hunting • gamesheritageHeritage Lottery Fund • historic • Leicestershire County Council • Market Harborough • Next Retail Ltdobjects • Open Doors • searchswimwear • Symington Collection of Corsetry • toyvisual catalogue

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Simon Perkins
17 JANUARY 2010

Rotating Corpse: A Collectively Curated Image Gallery

"Rotating Corpse is a blog we created to share all of the old magazines, book covers, family photos, film stills, clothes and much, much more that have, without an outlet, been accruing and congesting our living spaces and hard drives for years. Much like the surrealist exercise the name derives from, each contributor adds an image to the blog whenever the urge strikes, creating an ongoing visual dialogue that we hope you enjoy."

(Rotating Corpse)

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art blog • blog • book blog • collectionculturecurationdesignephemerafashionfashion blog • film blog • food blog • group blog • image gallery • magazinephoto blogrepositoryspectaclestylevisual communication

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Simon Perkins
24 NOVEMBER 2008

web-based document sharing self-publishing platform

"Scribd is a free, web–based, document sharing community and self–publishing platform that enables anyone to easily publish, distribute, share, and discover documents of all kinds. E–books, presentations, essays, academic papers, newsletters, photo albums, school work, and sheet music are just a few of the different kinds of documents you can publish and share on Scribd."

(Scribd)

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authorshipcurationdigital library • document publishing • document sharing • Flashpaper • iPaper • knowledge collectionlibrary managementMS WordOpenIDPDFpersonal collections • personal digital library • publishingScribdself-publishingWeb 2.0

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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