Monthly Archives: September 2010

Colored Stickers and the IRB

Just had an interesting discussion with the IRB board (the good kind of interesting) about how to establish consent for observing a class activity. One of our current Educational Gaming Commons projects involves converting a face-to-face game to an online … Continue reading

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Please Bring Back Vanilla Google

I have a great respect for the folks at Google, but the last two days, I have been very, very perplexed about some design choices. Yesterday (Sep 7, 2010), we saw the Google logo converted into flying globes and today … Continue reading

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Anthropology and HR Rumors

I was at an HRDC seminar and many of the usual work issues came up include perennial favorites communication and team work. We had some productive discussions, but one of the most fascinating was about the SRDP annual review process. … Continue reading

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