Meta-academy LAB

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Meta-academy LAB by Mind Map: Meta-academy LAB

1. Resources

1.1. Platforms and resources for meta-media

1.1.1. Wordpress or metacademy

1.1.2. Scribd

1.1.3. Slideshare

1.1.4. Prezi

1.1.5. Pearltree

1.1.6. Flickr

1.1.7. Vimeo

1.1.8. YouTube

1.1.8.1. anotations

1.1.8.2. playlists

1.1.8.3. online ediiting

1.1.9. Facebook

1.1.10. Twitter

1.1.11. Popcorn.webmaker

1.1.12. Canvas

1.1.12.1. App

1.1.13. Cinegram

1.1.14. Vine

1.1.15. AR.

1.1.16. Guardrigram

1.1.17. Mindmeister

1.1.18. skype

1.1.19. waterwheel

2. We need

2.1. Networking as creation and reflexion

2.2. We are hosts and peers

3. Artists and practices

3.1. Documents evidence

3.1.1. Scouting search all formats

3.1.1.1. Works

3.1.1.2. Written material/programs and reviews

3.1.1.3. interviews

3.1.1.3.1. Theory of the artists Story/ rational

3.1.1.4. Notations/ scores Creative tools Methodologies

3.1.1.5. Collaborators and students Anecdotes

4. Theory/performance studies

4.1. Specialist

5. Descriptive and prescriptive frames

5.1. Mind/body/environment

5.2. Transmission/memory/training

5.3. Imagination/methods/composition

5.4. Political bodies /disciplinary/formats/conditions

6. Meta-mediation

6.1. Connectivist

6.1.1. Plus

7. Cloud Methodologies or specific affordances Individual and collaborative

7.1. Video Playlists

7.2. Video annotation

7.3. Video hyper linking

7.4. Image , text and data mashup

7.5. Blogging, micro blogging, video blogging and micro vlogging

7.6. Image aggregation

7.7. Combinatorial, assamblages and linkages

7.7.1. Networked

7.7.2. Mashed up

7.8. Networked visualization

7.8.1. Pearl tree

7.8.2. Central and collateral narratives

7.8.3. Textexture

7.9. Mind maps

7.10. Portable and cloud editing

7.11. Tagging and word clouds

8. Affordances of online environments

8.1. Portability and cloud production

8.2. Data flows/Composit RSS API Dinamic

8.3. Context aware and locative

8.4. Performative Sampled/Repurposing/reenacted

8.4.1. Media data mashup

8.5. Sinchronous and/ or asynchronous

8.5.1. Social and collaborative

8.5.2. Rich image and media. Video

8.5.2.1. Thickness data rich

8.6. Data base/relational

8.7. Writable lean forward

8.7.1. LFL lean forward learning

8.8. Engineered boundary architecture

8.8.1. Participation

8.8.1.1. Collective

8.8.1.2. Individual

8.8.2. Openness

8.8.2.1. P2P

8.8.2.2. Economy

8.8.2.2.1. Open source free culture/ Corporate

8.8.2.2.2. Public

8.8.2.2.3. Private

8.8.3. Collaboration

8.8.3.1. Co authorship

8.8.3.2. Open lisences

8.9. Granularity and relational Tagged

8.9.1. Agggregation/Harvesting produced by others

9. Knowledge

9.1. Reseach

9.2. Make

9.3. Report

9.4. Document

9.5. Represent

9.6. Expressions

9.7. Knowledge instances

9.7.1. networked media production

9.7.2. interactive

9.7.3. data rich

9.7.4. grammars

9.7.4.1. semantic relationships

9.7.5. linkages

9.7.5.1. information visualization

9.7.5.2. categorical organization

9.7.5.2.1. tagging

9.7.6. media

9.7.6.1. data

9.7.6.2. information

9.7.6.2.1. context related media

9.7.6.3. visualizations

9.7.6.4. sociality

10. important references

10.1. Hackers journalism

10.1.1. http://23.21.180.28/mediashift/2013/05/coding-for-the-future-the-rise-of-hacker-journalism

10.2. trasnmedia storytelling

10.2.1. http://henryjenkins.org/2011/08/defining_transmedia_further_re.html

10.2.2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transmedia_storytelling

10.3. embodied and distributed cognition

10.3.1. Andy Clark

10.3.2. Evan Thomposn

10.4. Connectivist MOOC

10.5. Network as art Bazzichelli

10.6. The Inner Life of Video Spheres

11. We need

11.1. Networking as creation and reflexion

11.2. We are hosts and peers

11.3. decide about pools of artists

11.4. documentation model

11.5. Resources on new media and theory Shorts