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Trying to find useful things to do with emerging technologies in open education and data journalism Application Shelves for the Digital Library – Fragments Earlier today, I came across (). This collects together a wide range of containerised applications and tools relevant to the bioinformatics community. Users can take one or more applications “off-the-shelf” and run them, without having to go through any complicated software installation process themselves, even if the installation process is a nightmare confusion of dependency hell: the tools are preinstalled and ready to run… The container images essentially represent reference images that can be freely used by the community.
Trying to find useful things to do with emerging technologies in open education and data journalism 2.0 1.0, and a Huge Difference in Style A couple of weeks ago I received an internal email announcing a “book project”, described on the as follows: During the summer I [Darrell Ince, an OU academic in the Computing department] read a lot about Web 2.0 and became convinced that there might be some mileage in asking our students to help develop materials for teaching. I set up two projects: the first is the mass book writing project that this blog covers … The book writing project involves OU students, and anyone else who wants to volunteer, writing a book about the Java-based computer-art system known as .