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  • 1. This  is  me  and  my  digital   circumstances     ISciCo  -­‐  Module  1   ISCICO  Course,  14-­‐18  Jan  2013,     Universitat  de  Girona   Miquel  Duran,  UdG   @miquelduran   miquel.duran@udg.edu   hCp://miquelduran.net      
  • 2. Let’s  start!  •  Cable  linking  iphone/ipad  to  screen,  projecNng   this  presentaNon  •  I  fell  down  from  my  bike  –  my  cell  phone  was   of  utmost  importance!  •  On  vacaNon:  3G  mobility/roaming  •  Almost  everybody  has  got  a  smartphone  those   days  •  Tablets  vs  desktop  vs  notebook    
  • 3. My  netbook  solves  them   instantaneousl!   ...  And  does  also  solve   logic  problems/quizes  Ciència  i  Futur  de  la  Humanitat,  28/1/2008  
  • 4. If  everyone  in  the  world  computed  just  an   addiNon  per  second...  It  would  perform  like  my  notebook!   (and  their  names  would  fit  into  its   memory  too!)  Ciència  i  Futur  de  la  Humanitat,  28/1/2008  
  • 5. •  Now  the  Internet  of  things  –  everything  will  be   interconnected  7  or  not  •  Google’s  car  drives  alone  –  or  not  •  Refrigerator  with  evernote  and  tablet    •  Lots  of  apps  that  make  life  far  easier  (or  not)  •  We  know  everything  right  now  (or  not)  –   twiCer:  it’s  happening  –  all  news  are  breaking   news!  
  • 6. This  is  me…  •  And  what  I  eat,  what  I  read,  what  play  with…   –  Archive   –  Social  networks   –  Websites   –  Blog   –  Photos   –  Videos   –  Mobile  devices   –  Computers,  tablets,  cell  phones,  etc.   –  3D  printers!  
  • 7. •  My  blog,  my...    •  More  than  95K  e-­‐mails  since  2005,  almost  20K  tweets  •  Blog  since  2005,    I  am  a  public  servant  •  Pursuing  the  advancement  of  Science,  increasing   ScienNfic  Culture,  CommunicaNng  Science  is  to  serve   Society  •   It’s  kind  of  another  for  of  volunteering    •   All  my  PPT  presentaNons  are  publicly  available  in   slideshare  /  issuu  (note:  branding/language  problem)  •   Catalonia:  InternaNon  -­‐    Internet  is  my  country/world  •   4  screens  (among  7)  
  • 8. •  Computer  romanNc  era  and  Nmes  •  E-­‐mailing  since  1981  •  Laser  printer  seen  in  1985  •  Unix  discovered  in  1985  •  Postdocted  in  the  USA,  modem  300  bit/s  1985  •  InterconNnental  e-­‐mails,  1985  
  • 9. The  Guardian   21/3/2012  •  Higher  EducaNon  Network:    •  DisrupNve  technologies  in  higher  educaNon:   adapt  or  get  lek  behind  •  Though  universiNes  are  currently  adapNng   to  many  poliNcal,  economic  and  social   changes,  they  cannot  afford  to  ignore   technological  transformaNon  as  well    
  • 10. Tweetaudience  •  This  presentaNon  is  available  somewhere  in  the   cyberspace  •  Audience:   –  Note  taking   –  Ideas   –  ReflecNons   –  Tweets!!     •  Following   •  “in  situ”  evaluaNon  •  This  is  me,  my  circumstances,  my  arcive,  my  web/blog,   and  my  social  networks  (and  further  –  I’m  the  place   where  I  am  right  now)  
  • 11. MDP  and  educaNon  •  Program  LaQuimica.Net  (Departament  de   Química  de  la  UdG)  -­‐  DisNnció  Jaume  Vicens   Vives  a  la  Qualitat  de  la  Docència   Universitària,  2007  •  Càtedra  de  Cultura  Cientfica  i  Comunicació   Digital  •  Projecte  EducaNu  de  Ciutat  (PEC  Girona)  •  And  just  professor  of  chemisry  
  • 12. My  CV:  my  blog  •  Edunomia.net  +  mesoblog  •  MiquelDuran.net  •  Edunomia.net/nano  (tweet   collecNng)  •  Other  portals  •  Different  nicks  in  twiCer   –  Language   –  LiveTweeNng  •  My  blog:  my  main  primary   informaBon  source  
  • 13. InformaNon  is  not  watched  the  same   anymore  •  One  looks  at  change  but  also  the  descripNve   part:  news  portal  vs  staNc  portal  •  Ipad:  flipboard,  zite  •  PC:  postpost.com,  paper.li,  rebelmouse.com  •  New  blogger  (google):  flipcard  template  and   other  ones  •  7  screens  (at  least):  watch,  phone,  tablet  (2   sizes!!),  notebook,  TV,  projector,  cinema  
  • 14. •  From  web  0.1  •  To  Web  1.0  •  To  Web  1.1  •  UnNl  Web  2.0  •  And  yet  future   Web  3.0,  the   semanNc  web  
  • 15. •  Augmented   reality:  the   future?  •  Is  the  future   mobile?!  •  TV  +   notebook  +   tablet  +   smartphone  
  • 16. Amenaces…   •  Face  recongniNon,   digital  fingerprints,  …   •  Building  recognniNon   •  LocaNon  services   (GPS,  4G,  WiFi)  …  towards  sustainable  geolocaNon!  
  • 17. •  Augmented   Science   Museum  
  • 18. •  The  Berlin  Wall,   recreated!  
  • 19. •  Augmented   textbooks    
  • 20. •  Augmented   magic  
  • 21. •  Augmented   magazines  
  • 22. •  Augmented  periodic  table  
  • 23. Microsok  Augmented  Reality  Concept   Fuses  Virtual  World  with  Reality  •  Microsok  researchers  have  created  a  new  augmented  reality  concept  by   improving  how  virtual  simulaNons  react  in  the  physical  world.  •  The  Kinect  sensor  is  used  in  a  process  called  Kinect  Fusion,  which  allows   projecNons  of  objects  to  react  to  different  surfaces.  Kinect  Fusion  is   possible  with  the  Beamatron  —  a  device  consisNng  of  the  Kinect  sensor  and   a  projector.  It’s  aCached  to  a  spinning  head  in  the  ceiling  and  allows  it  to   take  detailed  maps  of  physical  spaces.  •  This  technology  projects  objects  anywhere  in  a  room  and  allows  realisNc   movement.  It  bumps  into  objects  such  as  table,  chairs  and  walls.  Plus,  the   simulaNon  is  never  distorted  when  crossing  over  bumpy  surfaces.  •  It’s  now  possible  for  virtual  objects  to  interact  within  physical  spaces  like   never  before.  The  projector  can  sense  what  is  going  on  in  the  room  and   shows  changes  in  seconds.  •  In  a  video,  Andy  Wilson,  Microsok  principal  researcher  drives  a  3D  image  of   a  toy  car  around  a  room  with  a  remote  control.  It  bumps  into  walls  and   drives  over  hills.  •  hCp://mashable.com/2012/03/14/microsok-­‐kinect-­‐beamatron  
  • 24. •  GamificaNon  •  Superimposed  virtual  reality  •  Professor  2.0  *  Student  2.0   =  EducaNon  2.0  •  Digital  skills,  communicaNon  skills  •  From  the  Internet  of  People  to  the  Internet  of   Thinkgs  
  • 25. 3D  Printers  •  Remote   transmission  of  3D   objects  •  Prototyping  
  • 26. Holographic  prinNng  •  2D  prinNng,   yet  3D   vision  
  • 27. FIRST  Lego   League   Robots  open   source  •  There  are  many  things  that  are  open  source.  Beer  too.  
  • 28. LEGO  robots  in  the  laboratory  •  Researchers  at  Cambridge  build  LEGO  robots  that   automate  Nme-­‐consuming  laboratory  processes   at  a  fracNon  of  the  cost  of  a  "real"  robot.  •  Weve  talked  here  before  about  the  extremely   important  (and  oken-­‐overlooked)  DIY  aspect  of   science.  ScienNsts  are  makers.  They  have  to  be.   The  tools  they  need  oken  arent  available  any   other  way.  Other  Nmes,  the  tools  are  available,   but  theyre  far  more  expensive  than  what  you   could  construct  out  of  your  own  ingenuity.    
  • 29. Virtual  Laboratories  
  • 30. Virtual  Anatomy  Tool  •  Boise  State  U  Replaces  Cadaver  Lab  With  Virtual   Anatomy  Tool   –  Students  at  Boise  State  University  (BSU)  are  using   virtual  cadavers  to  study  human  anatomy.  According   to  a  statement  released  Monday  to  the  press,  the   university  recently  closed  its  human  cadaver  lab  to   adoptAnatomyTV,  a  Web-­‐based  soluNon  from   Primal  Pictures.  •  Anatomy.Tv  •  Demos  available!    
  • 31. •  I  guess  we’ll  be  lucky   and  there  will  sNll  be   paper  books!  (and   asparagous,  and   flowers,  and  water,   and…)  •  Personal  medicine  •  Quantum  Mechanics,   RelaNvity,  Nuclear   Science,  RadioacNvity,   RadiaNon,  Mutaion,  …   words  that  lay  people   do  not  disNnguish   well  enough    
  • 32. D-­‐Wave  Defies  World  of  CriBcs  With   ‘First  Quantum  Cloud’    
  • 33. The  case  for  a  chief  social  scienNst    •  hCp://www.guardian.co.uk/higher-­‐educaNon-­‐ network/blog/2012/mar/19/the-­‐case-­‐for-­‐a-­‐ chief-­‐social-­‐scienNst  •  Only  a  senior  social  scienNst,  trained  in   research  methods  and  in  touch  with  the   profession,  can  bring  together  policy  decisions   and  acNons  
  • 34. Is  presence  not  necessary  anymore?  •  Videoconference  •  USA:  students  do  not  aCend  classes  •  Recorded  lectures  •  Metaclass  •  EducaNon  has  been  hacked  •  Videogames  and  teaching  •  Many  ways  to  learn  
  • 35. Beyond  web  2.0  •  Social  layer  •  QuesNon  and  answer  system  •  Quora,  answers,  glass,  etc.  •  Everything  may  be  socialized  (?)  •  New  role  of  professor:   –  The  so-­‐called  professor  2.0  
  • 36. Social  networks  in  higher  educaNon  •  TwiCer    •  Facebook  •  Ning-­‐type  networks  •  Zyncro,  manymoon/do,  teambox,  teamlab,  p2   wordpress  template…  •  Blogging  
  • 37. Peer2Peer  University    •  hCp://bengoldacre.posterous.com/ peer2peer-­‐university  •  hCp://p2pu.org  
  • 38. The  Khan  Academy  •  hCp://www.khanacademy.org/  •  The  Khan  Academy  is  an  organizaNon  on  a   mission.  Were  a  not-­‐for-­‐profit  with  the  goal   of  changing  educaNon  for  the  beCer  by   providing  a  free  world-­‐class  educaNon  to   anyone  anywhere.  •  All  of  the  sites  resources  are  available  to   anyone.  It  doesnt  maCer  if  you  are  a   student,  teacher,  home-­‐schooler,  principal,   adult  returning  to  the  classroom  aker  20   years,  or  a  friendly  alien  just  trying  to  get  a   leg  up  in  earthly  biology.  The  Khan   Academys  materials  and  resources  are   available  to  you  completely  free  of  charge.  
  • 39. From  wikipedia  to  Wolfram  Alpha  •  The  experience  of  the  Catalan  Wikipedia  •  Wikimedia  Commons  •  Wikiprojectes,  Wikibooks,  etc.  •  Viquiproject  Science  Week  2011  and  2012  •  hCp://alpha.wolfram.com  •  On  can  ask  about  everything!  •  Stephen  Wolfram:  a  new  kind  of  science    
  • 40. A  pesonal  experience:  #mooc   •  ArNficial  intelligence   course     •  @aiclass   •  Hard  to  follow!   •  hCps://www.ai-­‐class.com/  
  • 41. Genís  Roca,  @parcudg,  dx  30/3/2011   Reflexions  on  a  networked  world  •  Mobile,  synchronous,  geo  •  Internet  of  things  •  From  products  to  services  •  Process  redesign  •  Digital  skills  •  Data  Bases  •  Entrepreneurship!  (self-­‐employed  professor  !?)  •  One  needs  10-­‐15  years  to  change  educaNon!  
  • 42. Basic  kit  of  digital  skills  (RocaSalvatella)  •  1-­‐  IntroduccBon:  Digital  Skills  (5’43”)   2-­‐  Can  search:  Syntaxis  in  Google  (6’37”)   3-­‐  Can  search:  Parameters  in  Google  (6’32”)   4-­‐  Can  search:  Build  up  an  alert  (5’23”)   5-­‐  Can  read:  RSS  (6’53”)   6-­‐  Can  read:  Google  Reader  (10’32”)   7-­‐  Can  read:  Personalized  RSS  (6’28”)   8-­‐  Can  store:  Share  in  Delicious  (7’06”)   9-­‐  Can  store:  Collaborate  in  Delicious  (6’03”)  
  • 43. [serendipity]   III  Jornada  Emprenem  el  Futur,  Fira   DeTotCat,  5/6/2010  
  • 44. [innoscience]   III  Jornada  Emprenem  el  Futur,  Fira   DeTotCat,  5/6/2010  
  • 45. •  CiNzens  cience  •  Virtual  labs  •  Etc.  •  How  did  I  come  up  with  such  a  word?  •  More  science  culture,  more  link  btw  science   and  humaniNes  
  • 46. [procrasNnaNon]   III  Jornada  Emprenem  el  Futur,  Fira   DeTotCat,  5/6/2010  
  • 47. •  Let’s  put  things  for  tomorrow  –  we  are  busy   with  other  things!  •  We  can  no  longer  get  bored?  
  • 48. [conflict]  III  Jornada  Emprenem  el  Futur,  Fira   DeTotCat,  5/6/2010  
  • 49. •  Privacy  vs  public  reputaNon  •  Followers,  klout,  kred,  peerindex,  …  •  ReputaNon:  it’s  not  the  same…   –  What  I  am   –  What  I  think  I  am   –  What  others  think  I  am  (reputaNon)   –  What  I  think  others  think  I  am  
  • 50. [vortex]  III  Jornada  Emprenem  el  Futur,  Fira   DeTotCat,  5/6/2010  
  • 51. •  This  is  unsustainable!  •  Instagram,  Pinterest…  Pheed  
  • 52. Some  ideas  •  Everyone  should  hava  a  fast  and  quality  access   to  Internet  •  Everyone  should  have  a  mobilde  devide   (smartphone,  tablet)  •  Everyone  should  be  able  to  obtaing  formaNon   i  basic  digital  skills  •  Safe  social  networks,  e-­‐mail,  etc…  should  be  a   CiNzen  Right  •  TwiCer:  should  be  make  a  Public  Affair:  it  will   become  history,  it  will  enter  history  
  • 53. More  thoughts  •  The  metaclassroom  –  should  students  bring  their   own  devices?  •  Society  of  interrupNon,  society  of  distracNon  •  Blended  learning:  the  future?  •  MAKE  movement:  the  future?  •  Having  60  people  in  class  is  a  privilege  for  the   professor  •  Having  a  professor  that  explains  things  in  a   different  way  and  integrates  knowledge  is  a   privilege  for  parNcipants  •  The  youtube  generaNon?  
  • 54. G.  Iffrah,  Histoire  des  Xiffres  •  Science  is  knowlege  that  becomes  true  by   means  of  criNcism  (S.  Bachelard)  •  InvenNon  in  theoreNcal  science  has  the   character  of  discovery,  but  it  is  a  disconvery  in   the  worlk  of  mind  (L.  de  Broglie)  •  All  science  is  just  a  depuraNon  of  daily   thinking  (A.  Einstein)  •  (note:  look  for  those  people’s  quotes!)  Ciència  i  Futur  de  la  Humanitat,  28/1/2008  
  • 55. El  meu  químic  favorit…    En  Panoràmix,  el  druida  
  • 56. And  now,  three  quotes...  •  EducaBon  is  not  a  preparaBon  for  life,  It  is  life   itself  •  Your  aTtude  is  a  choice  •  EducaBon:  there  is  a  treasure  inside    Thus:    CommunicaNng  Science  is  an  aƒtude.  Everyone  can  communicate  well  if  provided  with  relevant  skills.  
  • 57. Ciència  i  Futur  de  la  Humanitat,  28/1/2008