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BarCampSeoul4

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Welcome to the 4th BarcampSeoul with Digital Natives. It was started in 2006 as a local event with Barcamp sprits. Many people were joined in past events. In this year, especially participants of Digital Natives will be together to discuss various theme. Most of them are international academic professions specialized on internet industry and research. If you're interested in social computing and media, digital society and education, please join us and discuss!

 

What

For Barcamp uninitated, take a look at the Background, and Rules of Barcamp. 

When

10:00~17:00  November 7th, 2009

Where

Daum Hannam Office, (Korean Map link , English Map Link.)

Notice: Parking is not available. Please use public transportation!  

 

Sponsors

Daum  Venue and gift. Lunch was partial supported.

 

Where to stay? The nearest Hotel:Millennium Seoul Hilton

395, 5-ga, Namdaemun-ro, Chung-gu, Seoul,

South Korea 100-676 Tel: 82-2-317-3114   Fax: 82-2-754-2510

Schedule

BarCampSeoul4 will be processed in two sessions of 50 capable and 20 capable room. Each person can present in 20 minutes including Q&A. If there are more presentations on spot, the room (8 capable) will be added.

 

  • Registration and making program: 9:00~10:00
  • Ice Breaking: 10:00-10:40
  • Morning: 10:40-12:00 (4 x 2 = 8 presentations)
    • 11:00 - 11:20 "Crisis Mapping"
    • 11:20 - 11:40  "Sex, Health and the Digital World"
    • 11:40 - 12:00 "Pathological Game Use"
    • 12:00 - 12:20 "Shared Spaces and Technology"
  • Lunch 12:20-13:20
  • Afternoon 13:00-14:20 (4 x 2 = 8 presentations)
    • 13:20 - 13:40 "Creativity & Education using a OLPC"
    • 13:40 - 14:00 "Death of the Library"
    • 14:00 - 14:20
    • 14:20 - 14:40 
  • Break 14:40-15:00
  • 14:40-16:00 (4 x 2 = 8 presentations)
    • 15:00 - 15:20 "Learning in the 21 century"
    • 15:20 - 15:40 "Digital Natives in Borneo"
    • 15:40 - 16:00 "The International Student"
    • 16:00 - 16:20
  • 16:20-17:00 (break)
  • 17:00-17:30(Wrap-up

Proposed Sessions

  • ExpressionEngine, a brief introduction - Sean Smith
  • Launching a global web service from Korea: Wetoku Case Study - 이성훈 (James Lee)
  • "A Portal to Media Literacy"(Brian Lockwood view & discuss 21st Centry Teaching & Learning)
  • "Project-based Learning at High Tech High" (Brian Lockwood view & discuss)
  • "Mobile meetings, how can we improve it?" (Brian Lockwood)
  • "Neural User Interface - Beyond GUI", Jonghwan Lee
  • "The Personal Fabrication Revolution" - Karamoon
  • "Cloud Services + Mobile: Creating a mobile platform that rocks!" - Gilbert Corrales (blog, twitter)
  • "Affective clothing communication media" - Yongsoon Choi, (Keio University, Japan, Twitter@goodsoon96)
  • "Brandvasion! How businesses are infiltrating online groups and getting it right... or wrong." -Erik Cornelius (@erik_bm
  • "Daum's Semantic Editor" - Channy Yun (@channyun)

Topics I would like to hear about 

  • What does it mean to be a 21C educator? Student?
  • Interesting development projects by small teams in Seoul
  • Tools to enhance the blogging & social media experience
  • Web projects designed to help address social issues in Korea

Planners 

  • Dave Sonntag - Main Facilitator
  • Channy Yun - A founder of BarCampSeoul, initial wiki setup and event coordinator 

Participants

If you want to join our event, please sign your name with editing this page. (70 participants limited)

  1. Dr. Steve Sangki Han (KAIST, Taejeon, Korea)
  2. Channy Yun (Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea) Blog Twitter
  3. Dave Sonntag, Twitter
  4. Alvin Yeo, University of Malaysia, Sarawak.
  5. Damien Spry, University of Sydney 
  6. David Wortley, Serious Games Institute 
  7. Gregor Kennedy, University of Melbourne 
  8. Reynold Redekopp, University of Manitoba Blog, Twitter
  9. Shanton Chang, University of Melbourne 
  10. Todd Holden, Tohoku University, Japan 
  11. Von-Sun Soo, National Tsing Hua University
  12. Yong Jeong, KAIST, South Korea
  13. Cathy Davidson, Duke University 
  14. Doug Gentile, Iowa State University 
  15. Jeffrey Boase, Rutgers University 
  16. David Atkinson, AOARD 
  17. Ken Boff, AOARD  
  18. Peter Friedland, AOARD 
  19. Rebecca Goolsby, ONRG
  20. Soo-Young Lee, KAIST
  21. Terry Lyons, AFOSR 
  22. Chang Hyun Kim, KAIST
  23. Andrea Biacci, KAIST
  24. Jeff Butterfield, User:Jeff.Butterfield
  25. Brian Lockwood, Yokohama International School, Twitter & Department Blog
  26. Karamoon, Tokyo BarCamp organizer
  27. Joseph Fambro, Gyeonggi Suwon International School - Twitter
  28. Sean Smith, Hanyang University - Twitter, CreateSean Web Design
  29. James Seong-Hoon LeeZenitum / Wetoku
  30. David Lee, Zenitum / Wetoku
  31. Victor Ching, Hawaii
  32. Brian Lee, PUMPL
  33. Richard Min, InfoNet Digital / InfoNet Korea
  34. James G. (Boram) Kim, Yonsei University, Korea, Twitter
  35. Hyokon Zhiang, Innomove, Twitter
  36. Nam-ho Park, SNU UX Lab, Twitter, Blog
  37. Namu Lee, Internet Software Designer, Twitter 
  38. Jinyoung Kim, SNU UX Lab,blog
  39. Hyunchai Lee, SK Telecom ,Twitter
  40. June Kim, Agile Consulting, blog, Twitter
  41. YoungGyo Seo, Obigo korea, Twitter
  42. Yongsoon Choi, Keio University, Media Design, Japan, @goodsoon96
  43. Jaebeom Park, Daum Communications, Twitter @jdpapa
  44. Dooah Choi, NHN, Twitter @dooah7
  45. Jonghwan Lee, Seoul National University, mail@jonghwan.net
  46. Miyoung Yi, Creative Commons Korea, twitter
  47. Eric Ryu, Samsung AIT
  48. Seokwon Yang, @ejang Blog
  49. Minho Lee, ABR@Kyungpook National Unviersitymholee@knu.ac.kr
  50. Eunhee Yi, SK communications, @ini
  51. Erik Cornelius, Burson-Marsteller Korea, @erik_bm

Task List 

Tech

Non-tech

  • Lunch : 2F (Daum supported partialy. It costs $10 per person.)
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Tables and chairs 
  • How many rooms available?

Tags for flickr, delicious, ma.gnolia, technorati etc.

Please use the tag (#barcampseoul4) for content related to this event, request could the hash tag be smaller, maybe this instead #sbar4

Who's blogging?

  • Hopefully we'll have many people live-blogging the event, and doing pre-event / post-event blogging & tweeting & me2day'ing!!

 

Related Barcamp

There will be a related Barcamp later in November in Yokohama, dedicated to exploring 21st Century Education. We hope some of the Seoul Barcampers will consider traveling to the Tokyo area for the Yokohama Barcamp!

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