Synapse for Kinect SYNAPSE for Kinect Update: There’s some newer Kinect hardware out there, “Kinect for Windows”. This hardware is slightly different, and doesn’t work with Synapse. Be careful when purchasing, Synapse only supports “Kinect for Xbox”. Update to the update: There appears to also be newer “Kinect for Xbox” hardware out there. Model 1414 Kinects work with Synapse, but I’m getting reports that the newer 1473 models do not work. Dan Kahan: ‘Really the problem isn’t that people are not sufficiently rational – in some sense they’re too rational’ Image Credit: Some rights reserved by Boston Public Library This post is a series of excerpts from an interview conducted with Professor Dan Kahan earlier this year, which touched on a wide range of themes including: Broadly, the ‘science of science communication’Scientists as science communicatorsThe breakdown of communicating climate scienceThe false assumptions of science literacy and the deficit modelAnd of course, Kahan’s ‘cultural cognition thesis’ and the mediating influence of worldview on societal issues.
Free Keylogger From the childhood we have been taught that spying is bad. But is it so? If we are talking about information security of your company or your family you will agree that the end justifies the means. Nowadays, in time of rapidly developing information technology we confide information to the computer using it as a storage for commercial and personal data, for communication, shopping, etc. Of course many asked themselves: How safe is it?
Google Scholar Citations is now open to everyone. It shows great promise as a free, reliable way to track and compare academic impact over time. Google is once again making progress in organising the world’s information, this time by systematising the way scholarly citations are noted. Professor Patrick Dunleavy creates his Google Scholar profile and finds the process intuitive, helpful, and a welcome alternative to traditional measures of academic influence. After a ‘quiet launch’ over the summer Google has opened up its Google Scholar Citations capability to everyone. The LSE Impact of Social Sciences project’s initial assessment was that the system is easy to use and personalise, equipped with helpful graphs, and lays out not only total citations but a personal h-score and a new i-10 index (the number of publications with at least 10 citations).
Goodbye Effect Games Friends, The time has come to shut the doors on Effect Games, so we can move onto other projects. But we've preserved some of our old games and demos for you to play with: We've also open sourced the entire Effect Games engine, as well as the web IDE. Professional digital practice in academia: From online networking to building apps An understanding of how to present knowledge and promote learning in digital formats will soon be integral to academic practice. Deborah Lupton gives a tour of the not-to-be-missed academic digital tools available online. In my previous post, I explained the concept of digital sociology and presented four aspects I considered integral to this sub-discipline: professional digital practice, sociological analyses of digital use, digital data analysis and critical digital sociology.
Print on Fabric Using Sunlight: The Lumi Process by Lumi The adventure continues on our site, where you can find our products and information about the process: www.lumi.co We have big plans for how to take the technology even further thanks to your amazing support and enthusiasm. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages as the campaign unfolds! You can also sign up for our email newsletter. Found yourself in a referencing rut? Here are your best options… Are you getting the best out of your referencing software? Ellie Harries tackles Mendeley, Zotero and EndNote in a browse at the choices available for those who find themselves stuck in a referencing rut. Referencing is an essential feature of all academic research and rapid technological advances have contributed to the proliferation of programmes which can help researchers systematically manage their references. Referencing software allows researchers to build up personal libraries of articles, notes and citations and some tools even allow you to share papers and notes with colleagues. While all this is great, there so many options available that it can be hard to know where to begin. To help you make the right choice, this blog provides a short overview of three key reference management tools out there.
How to find an appropriate research data repository. As more and more funders and journals adopt data policies that require researchers to deposit underlying research data in a data repository, the question over where to store this data and how to choose a repository becomes more and more important. Heinz Pampel is one of the people behind re3data.org, an Open Science tool that helps researchers to easily identify a suitable repository for their data and thus comply to requirements set out in data policies. The debate on open access to research data is gaining relevance.
Can You Digg It?: Using Web Applications in Teaching the Research Process Rochelle (Shelley) Rodrigo, Old Dominion University Abstract Admit it, when you first search for something you use Google or check Wikipedia: Of course! Visual Understanding Environment What is VUE? At its core, the Visual Understanding Environment (VUE) is a concept and content mapping application, developed to support teaching, learning and research and for anyone who needs to organize, contextualize, and access digital information. Using a simple set of tools and a basic visual grammar consisting of nodes and links, faculty and students can map relationships between concepts, ideas and digital content. Concept mapping is not new to the educational field. In fact, the benefits of concept mapping as a learning tool have been documented by over 40 years of cognitive science research. VUE provides a concept mapping interface, which can be used as such, or as an interface to organize digital content in non-linear ways.
About We believe that almost all the knowledge is already available on the web, all you need is someone to guide you to it. That's why we want to make it easy for everyone to create and follow simple paths of resources to learn anything. In a city full of educational history Gibbon is hand-crafted in Leiden, the Netherlands. Scholarly Communication Program Join us for panel discussions, workshops, and other events to discuss how the fast-paced evolution of the scholarly communication system is affecting you and your work. The Research Without Borders (RWoB) series focuses on pivotal issues in scholarly communication. RWoB events are free and open to the public.