Posted by: rcieri | May 29, 2010

Work for FutureWeb and Imagining the Internet

Elon University Communications Professor Janna Anderson led a group of more than 20 students in planning and implementing FutureWeb in Raleigh, N.C. April 28-30.

Rachel Cieri was part of a group of Elon University undergraduates who planned, implemented and produced near real-time coverage of FutureWeb, an international Internet conference (co-located with WWW2010). Sponsored by Imagining the Internet, Cieri served as a Senior Reporter, writing pre-conference features, live-blogs, full-length reports and tweets.

Cieri and other student journalists’ work can be found on the FutureWeb blog and Imagining the Internet website. Click the links below to view Cieri’s contributions.

Live blogs

Photo by Elon University Relations photographer Kim Walker.

Education experts say the future of learning will be determined by students

Photo by Elon University Relations photographer Kim Walker.

FutureWeb open source panel discusses its evolution, growth, governance

Photo by Elon University Relations Photographer Kim Walker.

Bob Young shares insights on future of publishing business model

Photo by Elon University Relations Photographer Kim Walker.

Values Panel discusses end-to-end principle, safety, governance

Photo by Elon University Relations Photographer Kim Walker.

Future of Entrepreneurship Panel discusses “platinum age”

Full-length reports for Imagining the Internet

Special Session: Tim Berners-Lee and Danny Weitzner

Special Session: Internet Visionary Vint Cerf Shares His Foresight

Special Session: ‘Cluetrain’ Co-author Doc Searls Shares His Foresight

Keynote Session: The Future of Print Publishing and the Internet

Panel Session: The Future of Open Source and the Internet

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