Sketching Sustainable Computing

December 9, 2017

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So excited about this. We’re sketching an alternative conference proceedings for ICT4S…Visual ICT4S. Join us and learn to sketchnote in the process. Can’t draw? Doesn’t matter – Miriam Sturdee will guide us. Workshop website:  https://sites.google.com/view/sketchingict4s2018 Advertisements

Talking about games and sustainability

November 5, 2017

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Someone asked me today if I know of anyone who has thought about connections between games design and sustainability. They’ve come to the right place.  Turns out I’ve talked to a lot of people in this space: Josh Tanenbaum:    Design fictions through games Ann Pendelton-Julian:  (architecture really, but interesting thoughts about games creating conditions) […]

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Transformation Mindset – update

August 23, 2017

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Here’s a new graphic for the Transformation Mindset.  And a paper that describes the application in Community Development. (p59).

What gives me hope for computing education for sustainability?

November 20, 2016

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Here’s a little thing I wrote for a special topic in Interactions: Computing Education for Sustainability – What gives me hope? Here is a page view version, or via its doi. http://mags.acm.org/interactions/november_december_2016?pg=46#pg46

Manifesto for transformational sustainability – a work in progress.

November 10, 2016

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Transformational sustainability (in the style of the Agile Manifesto).  A work in progress… (updated) If we wish to transform ourselves and society, we need to embrace… 1. Socio-ecological restoration over economic justification 2. Transformative system change over small steps to keep business as usual 3. Holistic perspectives over narrow focus 4. Equity and diversity over […]

Interviewed…

September 5, 2016

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I was interviewed by Bill Tomlinson for the University of California online course, “ICS 5: Global Disruption and Information Technology”, here it is:

Towards a capability maturity rubric for Sustainable HCI

July 19, 2016

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I’ve long been a fan of Bob Willard’s organisational sustainability maturity index – here’s a post from 2007. I’ve used it many times, including this talk to Young Enterprise. Now for a book chapter I’m writing with Oliver Bates we’ve had a go at using it for a rubric for considering the sustainabilityness of Human […]

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