The Resource section of XSEAD already holds over 150 links to creative tools, residency programs, events and programs relevant to Art/Science collaboration. Our aim is to regularly and continuously expand this database into a large contributed commons of collective value. We want to grow this in a variety of ways: through managed curation, community contribution and by mining social media.
Everyday excellent community resources are actively shared on Twitter. We want to capitalize on this as a forum to rapidly identify new and useful community resources as they emerge. To explore this, we’ve built an online tool for resource identification. And this is where you come in!
We would like you to help validate the usefulness of a small number of collected links through a simple task. A few times a week, you’ll receive an email with a two or three links to review. This activity will take about a minute – and you simply decide if the link is a useful community resource or not.
To get involved, visit http://feedtengu.vpl.design.cmu.edu/signup and register your email address.
Once you’ve signed up, you’ll have immediate access to all of content we’ve mined from Twitter. This is a great way for you, or your students, to gain exposure to emerging art/science content shared on the web, and in the process you’ll help us develop a leading repository of integrative content.
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