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Cambridge, UK : Open Book Publishers, 2021
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ISBN 9781783749638 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9781783749621
Print version: Miya, Chelsea Right Research Cambridge, UK : Open Book Publishers,c2021 ISBN 9781783749621
Intro -- Contents -- Contributor Biographies -- Editors’ Preface -- SECTION ONE: RE-DEFINING SUSTAINABILITY -- 1. Why Should We Try to Be Sustainable?: Expected Consequences and the Ethics of Making an Indeterminate Difference -- 2. Sustainability in the Anthropocene: From Forests to the Globe -- 3. Academia, Abstraction and the Anthropocene: Changing the Story for Right Relationship -- 4. Kitting the Digital Humanities for the Anthropocene: Digital Metabolism and Ecocritical DH -- 5. Impact of the Digital Revolution on Worldwide Energy Consumption -- 6. Sustainable DNA: In Conversation -- SECTION 2: ART AND/IN THE ANTHROPOCENE -- 7. Design Education in the Anthropocene: Teaching Systems Thinking -- 8. Inspiration from Goethe’s Tender Empiricism: How to be the Person Collecting, Analyzing and Visualizing Data -- 1. Essay -- 2. Organize -- 3. Combine with Biographical Material -- 4. Deductions and Inductions -- 5. Poetic Infusion -- 6. Accessible Examples: Appropriate for Beginners -- 7. Share Ideas, Cooperate, Criticize, Oppose as Needed -- 8. Make your Projects Remixable -- 9. Solidarity Seeds: Situated Knowledges in Bishan Village, Wang Chau Village and Aarey Forest -- [dated 18th May 2018, Aarey forest] -- 10. e-Waste Peep Show: A Research-Creation Project on the (In)visibility of Technological Waste -- 11. Art, Ecology, and the Politics of Form: A Panel Revisited -- On Ecological Forms -- SECTION THREE: SUSTAINABLE CAMPUSES -- 12. The Weight of The Digital: Experiencing Infrastructure with InfraVU -- 13. Asking Why: Cultivating Eco-Consciousness in Research Labs -- Development -- How the Program Works -- Program Reception -- Energy -- Water -- Waste -- Impact of New Technology on the Certification -- Challenges -- Development -- How the CEEL Program Works -- Program Reception -- Results -- Impact of New Technology on the CEEL -- Challenges.
ACT Label -- Development -- How the Program Works -- Program Reception -- Results -- Impact of New Technology -- Challenges -- 14. Sustainability, Living Labs and Repair: Approaches to Climate Change Mitigation -- Resilient Cities and the Urban Environment -- Resilience and Lessons for the Future -- 15. An Intro to Econferences -- Econference -- Hybrid Conference -- Bangkok Project -- Nearly Carbon Neutral Conferences -- NextGen Conferences: Unconferences, Hackathons and Beyond -- Technological -- Accessibility -- Temporal -- Environmental -- 16. Econferences Are Not the Same, but Are They Good Enough? -- 17. Online Conferences: Some History, Methods and Benefits -- Method -- Discussion -- Advantages of Online Conferencing -- Advantages of Traditional Conferencing -- 18. ’Greening’ Academic Gatherings: A Case for Econferences -- Engaging with Key Stakeholders -- Exploring Technical Design -- Creating ’Hallway Conversations’ -- Measuring Engagement -- Building International Presence -- Showcasing UAlberta Researchers -- Enhancing the KIAS Profile -- Hybrid Model -- Estimating Participation: Viewers and Visitors -- AtW Accessibility -- AtW Affordability -- Modelling Sustainable Research Practices -- For Pre-Recorded Video Submissions -- Tips for Uploading Large Video Files -- For Live Streamed Presentations -- Comparing livestreaming and video conferencing: -- List of Illustrations -- Index.
This timely volume responds to an increased demand for environmentally sustainable research, and is outstanding not only in its interdisciplinarity, but its embrace of non-traditional formats, spanning academic articles, creative acts, personal reflections and dialogues. Right Research will be a valuable resource for educators and researchers interested in developing and hybridizing their scholarly communication formats in the face of the current climate crisis..
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