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Handbook of critical and indigenous methodologies / editors Norman K. Denzin, Yvonna S. Lincoln, Linda Tuhiwai Smith
The NTNU Library Toolbar has reached version 0.3.1. My good colleague Rurik Greenall,also a member of UBIT2010, has given the old NTNU Library Toolbar, previously compatible with the 2x versions of Firefox, a good old dust cleaning.
Here is the new version.
From the Appstore you will find a huge collection of applications taking use of the built in iPhone GPS. Based on your location, if you give the application permission to locate you, will give you filtered information about your surroundings.
A good example is the application WikiMe giving you information about close by location from the main source Wikipedia.
This local awareness application are divided into different categories. I will give you a small list of some of them:
Yr.no - Weather forecast
Local Picks- Restaurant guide
ClickonRadio- Radio stations
WikiMe- See above description
Just try to type GPS when searching Appstore and you will find several more.
Google Earth Outreach:"Lots of non-profits are using Google Earth to tell their stories. You can read here about some specific groups' goals, challenges and best practices, and the overall impact of visualizing their work in Google Earth". [quote: http://earth.google.com/outreach/case_studies.html]
This is my first posting using the lifecast app for iPhone from Appstore. Pretty easy to use. Give it av try.
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iusethis is a great iPhone apps review site giving you a small idea what is lurking behind all those different AppStore apps and other apps.
Check it out...
At this web site you will find several reviews of iPhone/iPod Touch apps.A great site helping you to pick the good apps.
A bit off the academic track I have to mention the great appstore application Simplify Media making it possible to stream and share music from your pc running a client on both your pc and iPhone/iPod Touch, no more worrying about enough storage space on your iPhone/iPod Touch. It working with Windows, Mac and Linux.
"Geography Network Explorer: Find references to hundreds of custom geographic applications that can be accessed online. Applications published by all levels of government as well as the commercial sector provide access to a broad set of geographic information".
Here you could try your geography knowledge by trying to place different countries on the right place on the map.
The norwegian library database BIBSYS has posted some information about the export of the bibsys catalogue metadata to Google books and the finding of this catalogue metadata through Google Books search, it all written in norwegian.
This is the blog for Open Access Anthropology, an organization of volunteers interested in creating open access alternatives to anthropological publications. This blog will be the news outlet for the organization where we will announce news like current events progress within the discipline.
The actual blog you could find here.
The anthropology tag and its aliases is used 45,236 times by 6,184 users. Take a look yourself and see if you find some interesting reviews.
A topic quite popular to study among anthropologists is the world of food. At NTNU library you could find most of the books at 394.12 in our dewey collection.
visualanthropology.net. A site with News and Resources for Visual Anthropology. Ethnodoc Web TV is one of many resources.
The resources are not free, but could be obtained by making a "small" donation.
MITOPENCOURSEWARE for Anthropology has some good resources worth checking out (and its free), lecture notes,study materials etc.
Digital Ethnography @ Kansas State University.The project coordinator is Dr. Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Digital Ethnography. A Kansas State University working group led by Dr. Michael Wesch dedicated to exploring and extending the possibilities of digital ethnography.