the Spring of 2005, CSUMB students were able to sit in on video
conferences between Douglas Engelbart and Engelbart scholars from
around the globe
to discuss the Development of Dynamic Knowledge Repositories
(DKRs) and the issues surrounding them.
by CSUMB Assistant Professor Valerie Landau, several conferences
using FlashMeeting technology
were held as a component of CSU Monterey Bay's Spring 2005 Collaborative
Systems course. This was the first time Dr. Engelbart had experienced
global videoconferencing and the actualization of his 1950's vision
of video conferences. It was a great experience for us all. "I'd
like to jump up and down I am so excited" (Doug Engelbart, 2005
Douglas Engelbart, Dr.
Jamie Dinkelacker, (Palo Alto, CA), Eileen
Clegg (Bodega Bay, CA), Jim
Whitehead (Santa Cruz, CA) , Dr.
Erik Duval (Belguim), Dr.
Brian Fisher (British Columbia), Simon
Buckingham Shum (U.K.), Patrick McKercher, Dr.
Robert Stephenson (Detroit, MI), Valerie
Landau and CSUMB's
Spring 2005 Engelbart students (Monterey, CA). Students
participants included Aimee Babb, Teresa Barsanti, Kathleen
Biersteker, Matthew Lussier, Rebecca Sheranian, and Josh Warren.
What is a Dynamic Knowledge Repository?
What is the difference between a Dynamic Knowledge Repository and a Knowledge
What a Dynamic Knowledge Repository is not?
How do we measure our capability to build and use a Dynamic Knowledge Repository?
You can listen to the recorded sessions on the FlashMeeting archives:
March, 2005 10am PST
April, 2005 10am PST
April, 2005 10am PS