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  • What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy. Second Editionby James Paul Gee

    St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 15.39

    James Paul Gee begins his classic book with "I want to talk about video games--yes, even violent video games--and say some positive things about them." With this simple but explosive statement, one of America's most well-respected educators looks seriously at the good that can come from playing video games. In this revised edition of What Video Games... more...

  • The Digital Divideby Mark Bauerlein

    Penguin Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.15

    This definitive work on the perils and promise of the social- media revolution collects writings by today's best thinkers and cultural commentators, with an all-new introduction by Bauerlein. Twitter, Facebook, e-publishing, blogs, distance-learning and other social media raise some of the most divisive cultural questions of our time. Some see... more...

  • Information Architectureby Louis Rosenfeld; Peter Morville; Jorge Arango

    O'Reilly Media 2015; US$ 38.99

    Information architecture (IA) is far more challenging—and necessary—than ever. With the glut of information available today, anything your organization wants to share should be easy to find, navigate, and understand. But the experience you provide has to be familiar and coherent across multiple interaction channels, from the Web to smartphones, smartwatches,... more...

  • Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Readby Scott McNulty

    Pearson Education 2010; US$ 23.99

    Having your own blog isn’t just for the nerdy anymore. Today, it seems everyone—from multinational corporations to a neighbor up the street—has a blog. They all have one, in part, because the folks at WordPress make it easy to have one. But to actually build a good blog—to create a blog people want to read—takes thought, planning, and some effort.... more...

  • Where 2.0: The State of the Geospatial Webby Andrew Turner; Brady Forrest; Ben Lorica; Roger Magoulas

    O'Reilly Media 2009; US$ 399.00

    Rapid advances in geolocation technologies--and what individuals and companies have built on those technologies--present new marketplaces for businesses and services, and not just the expected mapping and location services. In this O'Reilly Radar report, Andrew Turner and Brady Forrest map out the new generation of geo products and services, identify... more...

  • Data for the Public Goodby Alex Howard

    O'Reilly Media 2012; US$ 0.00

    As we move into an era of unprecedented volumes of data and computing power, the benefits aren't for business alone. Data can help citizens access government, hold it accountable and build new services to help themselves. Simply making data available is not sufficient. The use of data for the public good is being driven by a distributed community... more...

  • Data for the Public Goodby Alex Howard

    O'Reilly Media 2012; US$ 0.00

    As we move into an era of unprecedented volumes of data and computing power, the benefits aren't for business alone. Data can help citizens access government, hold it accountable and build new services to help themselves. Simply making data available is not sufficient. The use of data for the public good is being driven by a distributed community... more...

  • People and Computersby Gilbert Cockton; Stephen Draper; George R. S. Weir

    Cambridge University Press 1994; US$ 38.00

    Annual meeting of UK HCI group; essential purchase for all researchers, designers and manufacturers. more...

  • Open Source Strategies for the Enterpriseby Simon Phipps

    O'Reilly Media 2012; US$ 0.00

    So you're thinking of creating an open source community around your code? Here are some things you ought to know before you make your plans too firm. Community Types: There is no single "open source community." Rather, there are many groups of people gathered around many free software commons. Those gatherings are themselves of several different... more...

  • Open Source Strategies for the Enterpriseby Simon Phipps

    O'Reilly Media 2012; US$ 0.00

    So you're thinking of creating an open source community around your code? Here are some things you ought to know before you make your plans too firm. Community Types: There is no single "open source community." Rather, there are many groups of people gathered around many free software commons. Those gatherings are themselves of several different... more...