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Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
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Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell
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Ascilite09 Ailsa Haxell

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Haxell, A. (2009). In what ways do the media we shape, shape us in return? In Same
places, different spaces. Proceedings ascilite Auckland 2009.
http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences

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  • Forgot to point to 1. zombii photographing self for posterity...why, arent they already part of the undead? And love the t-shirt, the zombii wearing the one saying can talk and piss u off at the same time, love the irony, its not like a zombii had anything else going for it in its resumee. Lastly, a significant difference between these 'peoples' use of the technolgy, in NZ they would have been texting.
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  • In this presentation, I’d like to thank Deakin University for supporting my studies and in paying for my registration for this conference, I’m also deeply honoured to have the trust of Youthline in studying change as they reconfigure their work around emerging technologies and practice.
  • Cited by Ian Lennie with regard to managing metaphorically and pointing to possibilitiesThe poetry here points to how things are made in relationship. the scarlet beads don’t form without connecting with the leaf.They are an interaction effect. without the context that holds them, things might be otherwiseExpanding on a mediation effect; when I associate with certain people or things, I am altered. And so are they…If this were a detective story of what changed, I’d be looking for traces left… a contamination effectclues left say of a body, where its been, how it travelled….and then there are clues left at the crime seen and…clues left on a perpetrator….and what the environment might have left on either the body or the perpetrator… or perpetrator left…and so it goes on…Bringing this into a learning environment, would have us consider not just how we impact on learners, or on our peers, but also how they impact on us …And expanding on the mediation effect further…what of the technologies we use for this learning? How do they shape us, and are we happy with being shaped in such ways? Jan Chipchase suggests that once you have the wallet and keys the next likely common ingredient is a cellAnd given how many of these are likely to be present in the room, the danger of them, what they might be generating on mass , could make you, quiver….Id like you to consider in what ways might you also be being changed by what you carry
  • Here is what a quick google scan suggests cell phones will do for you, I have limited findings to just those reported in 2009
  • A cc search on Flikr portrays the effects of zombiism, if this is evidence, then yes, cell phones can at least be seen as being associated with, personally I doubtthat the causal linkBut I want to draw your attention to zombiis that like having images posted for posterity and to the t shirted graphics of a zombi that can talk and piss you off, multitalented, and can do it while using a cell phone also. The photos are from Flikr cc, and all 240 hits for zombi cell phone) are from the USA and I think would be differnet were it in NZ? Texting…. The cell effect in NZ is predominantly a texting one, or at least it is with young people here. The costs have considerable influence here, establishing patterns of behaviour…
  • The negativity associated I have named as weapons of mass destruction, and resistence may well be futileThis session is an exploration at least momentarily, of how cell phones might be positioned in ones work, and what work might be like if it were to be shaped differently…
  • In the middle of the journey of our life i found myself in a dark wood for the straight way was lost. Susan Saltrick shared these words from The opening terza of the Divine Comedy. Dante. And she adds a really pertinent question to it, For the world we once new has changed...we need to consider what we are being asked to change into.
  • In the middle of the journey of our life i found myself in a dark wood for the straight way was lost. Susan Saltrick shared these words from The opening terza of the Divine Comedy. Dante. And she adds a really pertinent question to it, For the world we once new has changed...we need to consider what we are being asked to change into.
  • ImagineIn your work You are invisible inaudibleAnd so are those you work with, a quiet place, maybeAnd that every thing you say is compressedYou have 3cm by 3 cm to get what you want to say across160 characters, Interestingly the lecture would probably be hard to sustain. However I have seen counselling that was previously by purely verbal means through telephone counselling make the shift (Youthline NZ now receives and engages with more text messages than any other form of initiated contact).About 7 lines by about four words a line, and every time you say something, it costs you 20 cents.
  • My study looks at the first two questions as a consideration for improving practices rather than debating rightness or wrongness of such changethe organisation I have been working with in considering how technologies reshape those involved is Youthline NZ, a telephone counselling service that’s been using text for counselling as a world first since Dec 2004
  • Interviewing the artefacts2006Calls to the service on the top graphTexts to the organisation in the bottom graphMax approx 220 a month
  • Heres just the texts from 2007 to 2009What happened, no advertisingA story got told and retoldCosts not a primary concern, a free number was introduced for texting, but so were callsThe astute amongst you may also notice the unique identifier being graphed, the texting interactions are evolving into conversations.
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    • 1. In what ways do the media we shape, shape us in return? <br />Ailsa Haxell<br />http://amusingspace.blogspot.com/<br />http://twitter.com/ai1sa<br />ailsa.haxell@aut.ac.nz<br />
    • 2. Mediation effects<br />Void in form<br />When, just as they are,<br />White dewdrops gather,<br />On scarlet maple leaves,<br />Regard the scarlet beads!<br /> by Ikkyu<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/snowriderguy/178417295/<br />translated by Stryk and Ikemoto (1981)<br />
    • 3. Headaches, insomnia, sleep deprivation, tiredness, <br /> and lethargy and anxiety (Public Radio International, 2009)<br /> Memory loss and delayed reaction times (Levitt, 2009)<br /> Alterations in brain function and brain tumours (T. Fullerton, 2009)<br /> Car accidents (Tiffen, 2009)<br /> Infertility (ITVnews, 2009)<br /> Addictions (Cooper, 2009; Familari, 2009; Phillippe, 2009)<br /> ‘Nomo’ phobia (Park, 2009; Phillippe, 2009) <br /> Repetitive strain injury (Public Radio International, 2009)<br /> Failing literacy skills and impaired social skills (Familari, 2009)<br />Sexual exploitation (Neville, 2009)<br /> Text-bullying (S. Fullerton, 2009; Phillippe, 2009)<br />Delayed emotional development, impaired intimacy,<br />dependency, and impaired autonomy (Turkle, 2009)<br /> Rewiring of brain resulting in carelessness (Barton, 2009) <br /> Zombiism (Park, 2009)<br />
    • 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/frickinmuck/<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/inserttitlehere/2956955146/<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/altuwa/1683104343/<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/zeekid_flickr/1718211907/<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/altuwa/1683104343/<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/no3rdw/4040788893/<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/mvjantzen/<br />
    • 5. http://mobilitysite.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/08/dalek-voda.jpg<br />
    • 6. In the middle of the journey of our life<br />I found myself in a dark wood,<br />for the straight way was lost.<br />Dante’s Divine comedy<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomsen/459611749/<br />
    • 7. For the world we once new has changed,<br />and we need to consider what it is <br />we are being asked to change into.<br />Susan Saltrick<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomsen/459611749/<br />
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    • 9. Would u<br />could u<br />should u<br /> adapt?<br />
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    • 14. Hi not relly sure<br />bot this, but my dad<br />died and jst not 2<br />sur bout thngs<br />every1 seems 2 hav<br />it 2getha and im a reck<br /> Hey thr,snds like ur<br /> gng thru a prty tuff<br /> time at the momnt.<br /> Sorry 2 hear<br /> tht ur feeln tht<br /> evry1 else seems 2<br /> b copin, xcpt fr u<br />
    • 15. Seems tht way, they <br />al hav it 2getha and i<br />js cant stop crying..<br />Snds stupid I kno<br /> Its ok 2 cry n be<br /> sad<br /> Ppl r all different wif<br /> way they react 2 <br /> things<br />

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