Visualizing Pressible: EdLab Artist-in-Residency in NYC

Visualizing Pressible: Blog Clusters & Growth of a System from blprnt on Vimeo.

For July and half of August, I’m the artist-in-residence at EdLab, a research group which is part of Teachers College at Columbia University.

I’ll be working with data from Pressible, a network of sites published by Teachers College students, faculty and staff. I’m interested in looking at the growth of this system, and in examining intertextuality between content in a network with a broad range of research interests.

I’ll posting about my process in as much detail as I can on my own Pressible site: On that site, you’ll already find some early aesthetic and structural explorations, and you’ll be able to follow along with the project as it moves towards completion.

This residency will keep me in NYC until at least the end of August; if you are in the area and would like to connect, please get in touch.

One thought on “Visualizing Pressible: EdLab Artist-in-Residency in NYC”

  1. Hi Jer, great job! I am a grad student from U of Toronto. I really like the way you visualize this blog ecosystem. Currently I am also thinking about visualizing activities in a learning environment named Knowledge Forum my supervisor has been working on for around two decades. You video told me the work you've done was just the thing I am heading for. So I am anxious to know more about the design and code if possible.
    Thank you in advance! Keep rocking!

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