January 7, 2021
This minitrack is a part of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) and continues to respond to the evolution of insights needed to manage the dynamics of platforms and ecosystems.
In this session, Keith Coleman and Ming Fu share how the science of well-being can help build resilience and strengths and gain much needed positive emotions in a time of uncertainty.
In this session, Rafiq El Alami examines how UM6P in Morocco was able to position itself as a trusted intermediary, that mobilized all stakeholders, inside UM6P and across Morocco, to solve the current challenges we are facing.
From The Theme ONTOLOGIES FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING WHAT IF What if we could create a process for studying how, when, and for what purposes individuals use their phones and screens as they go through everyday life? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to develop an end-to-end system for capturing, […]
From The Theme ONTOLOGIES FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING WHAT IF What if we could instantiate a framework for a new form of learning ontology which focuses on learning strategies rather than knowledge states? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO This ontology development is an outgrowth of research on choice-based assessments. Success at observing […]
October 15, 2020
In this virtual webinar series thought leaders will explore how intermediaries, through systems and ecosystems, can serve to build trust networks between people and we'll investigate tools, processes, and strategies that are helping to build bridges across a variety of contexts.
Nobel laureate Carl Wieman, whose work has shaped a new understanding of how to improve college science teaching and learning, was named a recipient of the 2020 Yidan Prize for education research.
Jill Helms is Professor of Surgery (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) at Stanford University. Her research program in the field of regeneration medicine is inspired by collaborations with experts in bioengineering, materials science, physics, and with colleagues in the life sciences. The group focuses on developing strategies to improve tissue healing through the re-activation of autologous […]
Chris Chafe is a composer, improviser, and cellist, developing much of his music alongside computer-based research. He is Director of Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA). In 2019, he was International Visiting Research Scholar with the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies at The University of British Columbia, Visiting Professor […]