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A wishlist for sustainable computing?

July 21, 2011


Last week we won the CITRENZ Award for Research for our paper  “A research framework for sustainable software“. In this paper we propose a Sustainable Lens as the basis for a research agenda.  This Sustainable Lens could be an actual augmented reality headset, or it might be a way of describing how we see the […]

Otago Polytechnic progress on Education for Sustainability

December 5, 2007


Yesterday I gave a talk for the Dunedin Sustainble Business Network.   Here is the video:

Sustainable Habitat Challenge

August 15, 2007


The Sustainable Habitat Challenge, or SHaC 09 is a national (New Zealand) challenge for tertiary organisations that aims to develop sustainable solutions. In short: teams of students and their lecturers will research, design and build a new sustainable house over a period of 18 months, to be finished in November 2009. Why am I telling […]

Presenting exemplar learning for sustainability resources?

July 25, 2007


Almost universally, people agree with the concept of integrating education for sustainability but then ask how they go about it? and, do we have any examples? The seventh item on the CfS Agenda is: 7. Identify and promote exemplar resources and teaching strategies, initially identifying sustainability related areas missing from current curriculum. This includes the […]

Agenda encourages and empowers computing education for sustainability

July 16, 2007


Following up on the NACCQ policy statement on computing education for sustainability, here is the agenda for achieving this vision. We hope that it is empowering and engaging. It is deliberately both top down and bottom up. It is deliberately both incremental and transformative. It is deliberately aimed at the champions and the “ordinary lecturer”. […]