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Design Ethnography: a historical view 

Excerpts from an intriguing article on businesses using ethnographic research methods.


Reposted from Learning at the Library. Written by ten.

Recently I came across a helpful article that I would like to share with those of you who are interested in design education. The article was written by Timothy Waal Malefyt and it was published in the American Anthropologist 2009 111 (2): 201-210. Its entitled: Understanding the Rise of Consumer Ethnography: Branding Technomethodologies in the …

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Holiday Data Snapshot 

This is a short write-up about a month worth of pageviews on the Gottesman Libraries' Pressible site. There's a lot more one could do with the analytics, but I was just sharing a brief analysis.


Reposted from Learning at the Library. Written by Brian Hughes.

I was browsing our site analytics today and I thought it'd be fun to share a little snippet of data. Here is a table with information on pageviews over the past month (12/14/2010 to 1/13/2011), by author: Analysis Now, our Pressible publishing project isn't a contest, but... it's kind of fun to see how different …

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“The Summer of Pressible” EdLab Seminar 

Thanks to Molly's great documentation, I have some recollection of the seminar I participated in yesterday. We're counting down the days to our launch event, and are busy making final modifications to the platform. It's going to be a lot of fun helping people use it this summer (NKOTB notwithstanding).


Reposted from Pressible Development. Written by Molly Riordan.

We are a mere 13 days from the official launch of Pressible 2.0 on June 1st! To get the rest of the Lab geared up for what we've begun calling "The Summer of Pressible," we're presenting at the weekly EdLab Lunchtime Seminar outlining our ideas, our features, and our hopes for the summer. The Lab's …

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March 31 

Molly's mousing visualizations are really great. I like how this image in particular starts to capture a pattern of her screen-based work -- a rhythm that likely emerged over many hours.


Reposted from Screening. Written by Molly Riordan.

It took me nearly all day to log into my Google Calendar due to some mysterious Google-slowness. So I couldn't get much deciphered from my past recorded days. A big blob of waiting in the lower right, most likely where I closed a chat before I went on a lunch break. But check out how …

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