|Chair|| Yoshinori Sato, Tohoku Gakuin Univerisity, Japan
Shih-Chieh Ilya Li, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
|Objectives||e-Culture is an interdisciplinary research which covers contemporary politics, economics, social issues and culture. Of course, eCulture should be connected to other APAN contents. ECulture workshop brings together participants from academy, industry and government to learn and to discuss about eCulture activities in the APAN countries. The workshop will consist of 2 sessions.|
|Target Audience||e-learning, Museum, Digital archive, Educators, Librarians, Anthropologists, Historians etc.|
|Expected # of Participants||50|
14:00 - 15:30 Activities on the Internet: landscape from yet another broader viewpoints.
Session-chair: Faridah Noor Mohd. Noor, University of Malaya, Malaysia.
1. Collaboration and Control in Participatory Agriculture: A Second Life Based Approach
Speaker: Helmut Prendinger, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
2 .Caring for Street Children in Vietnam: An international effort to collaborate and support
Speaker: Michiko Yoshii, Ph.D. & Ichiro Nakagawa, Ph.D. Mie University, Japan
3 . Integrating field stories & digital archive
Speaker: Sunguan Huang (Graduate Inst. of Interdisciplinary Art)
4 . eLife Project
Speaker: Han-Chieh Chao, National IPv6 Deployment & Development Program, Taiwan.
5. Imagination of Rural-Urban Exchange and Information Networking
Speaker: Cheng-Yang Chang (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dean of Chi-Mei Community College, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
16:00 - 17:30 ICEP (International Exciting Computer Project)
Session-chair: Ichiro, Nakagawa, Mie University, Japan.
1. [VTC] Computing and Culture
Speaker: Masayuki Hirafuji (NARO and Univ. of Tsukuba), Group D-O (Artists in Kasama), Japan.
2.[VTC] Free hardware project using FPGA
Speaker: Noriyuki Aibe, Univ. of Tsukuba.
3. Open Hardware Project
Speaker: Joy Tang, One Village Foundation
4.[VTC]The OMRP : A full open-source FPGA-based router board from OpenPattern
Speaker: Xavier Carcelle, OpenPattern SARL, France
5. Agriculture and Tehnologies
Speaker: Seishi Ninomiya (NARO and Univ. of Tsukuba), Japan
|Remark||VTC, CD Projector, wireless Internet access, enough power strips to accomodate the number of laptops expected|