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Institute of Cognitive Science Colloquia - Zoom Link - Shared screen with speaker view
Tamara Sumner
01:00:29
In many companies, design is done by marketing and the results are not necessarily any "better" since their focus is on market size and profit. And they have not been trained either!
Michael Joseph Schneider
01:11:27
Do you have a link for the book?
Bill Penuel (he/him/his)
01:12:00
Wow, what a great guide to such an expansive and important program of research, Amy! Thank you for sharing.
Donna J Caccamise
01:12:48
+1what Bill said. groundbreaking work
Bill Penuel (he/him/his)
01:14:26
Question related to politics of change: What do you see as key leverage points to (re)shape conversations in CS for All to reflect a sharper focus on justice? And related to some work that I know overlaps, what is the role of curriculum in that broader effort?
Tamara Sumner
01:15:50
Yes, this presentation and Amy's work touches on so much of what we do.
Bill Penuel (he/him/his)
01:17:41
Thanks
Tamara Sumner
01:19:58
And thank you to the ICS students for selecting such a terrific speaker to visit us this semester!
Jeffrey Bush
01:31:14
I need to run, thanks Amy, this was great!
Susan Chipman
01:37:47
A very outstanding talk about an outstanding program of research. I say this from the perspective of someone who sponsored a substantial amount of the cognitive research on programming that you referenced. A question I had for you in advance and still now is what you think about the use of the word "coding" vs. "programming" ? Code is of course a shorter word which may explain why it is becoming dominant, but I think it tends to trivialize the nature of the activity.
Ali Raza (he/him/his)
01:39:50
Thank you so much for joining us today, Dr. Amy.
Rachel Lieber
01:39:52
Thank you, Amy!
Michael Joseph Schneider
01:39:56
Thanks for the talk!!
Julianna Harris
01:39:57
Thank you!
Kayla Cormier
01:39:58
Thank you!
Chelsea Brown
01:39:59
Thank you!
Don Bell-Souder
01:40:03
Thank you!
Shreyasi Mandal
01:40:16
Thank you so much… :)
Donna J Caccamise
01:40:34
thanks Amy!
John Weatherley
01:40:44
Thank you so much. Great talk!