Double-Distributed Architecture: A Culture-mimetic Approach for Designing Resilient Sustainable Systems

Professor Saadi Lahlou, Chair in Social Psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Director of the Paris Institute of Advanced Study will describe in very practical terms how to design such DDA (double-distributed architectures) systems inspired by cultural evolution.

Re-envisioning the “Seat-Time” Algorithm in Education

Blog Post by Esther Wojcicki mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar For more than two decades, groups like George Lucas Foundation, the Buck Institute and Hewlett Foundation have been promoting and supporting project-based learning in schools nationwide.  Many schools and teachers have adopted it, at least in part of their programs. The evidence that it helps students […]

Re-envisioning the “Seat-Time” Algorithm in Education

This panel panel features Esther Wojcicki, Larry Rosenstock and Shelley Goldman who will explore organizational change in the educational context, with a particular focus on adapting definitions of in-school learning to benefit student empowerment.

Costa Rica Welcome

mediaX Hosts The President of Costa Rica

On March 12, 2019 mediaX welcomed President Carlos Alvarado and his delegation from Costa Rica to discuss the use of VR and XR in their country. the visit included a tour and demo inside the VHIL Lab on campus.