Tuesday, August 06, 2019

(Presentation: Go or No Go)

I recently returned from Procomm 2019, where I planned to present this slide deck based on the paper "Go or No Go: Learning to Persuade in an Early-Stage Student Entrepreneurship Program." The paper was coauthored by David Altounian and Gregory Pogue, and it received an award.

Unfortunately I woke up sick on the day of the presentation — the first time I've ever missed presenting a paper, I think — so I wasn't able to actually present the paper. But you can click through if you like. It'll be almost like being there!

(Presentation: Fourth-generation activity theory: A literature review)

I recently returned from Procomm 2019, where I delivered a presentation on the literature related to fourth-generation activity theory. This presentation is based on a paper that David Guile and I provided for the proceedings. If you're interested in AT, please check it out!

Tuesday, July 09, 2019

(Presentation: Analyzing qualitative data with activity theory-based models)

Last week, I returned from the Activity Theory Summer School, which was a fantastic experience. My workshop, which was based on my book Topsight 2.0, focused on its integrated system of models for analyzing qualitative data.

If that sounds interesting to you, please take a look at the slides—they step through these models, demonstrating what each model does and how to build it, and provide exercises for producing them.

Presentation: Analyzing qualitative data with activity theory-based models