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Mission 10: Learn - what happens next?

Experience with Evoke

Evoke was the first serious online game that I have played, and as such I made many new experiences while doing so. The first challenge was to learn what the game is actually about and how to use the website to accept and complete missions and quests. Thanks to the introductory videos and the intuitive navigation it did not take a lot of time to get things up and running.

The comics used to introduce each…


Posted on June 7, 2011 at 2:40pm

Mission 9: Learn - crisis networking

After reading the five articles on crisis communication from the Neiman Foundation for Journalism, the one I want to talk about is number two, covering risk. There, Peter Sandman explains that the risk of an emergency event can be divided into two parts: the hazard, meaning how likely it is to hurt or kill people, and the outrage, which describes how people experience the crisis. Either they are emotional, mostly fearful or angry, or they are apathetic and dont care about the potential…


Posted on May 31, 2011 at 1:06pm

Mission 8: Imagine - indigenous knowledge

The year is 2086. Much has happened in the past years. The earth is now on average 3 °C hotter then it 2011, leading to melting glaciers and rising sea levels. Oil has become almost unaffordable for most, which resulted in fast adoptment of electric cars. Still, with the weather getting more extreme every year, people choose to stay at home anyway.

Instead leaving home to meet friends, people now rely on their social networking sites to stay in touch. Instead of going out…


Posted on May 24, 2011 at 6:38pm

Mission 8: Learn - indigenous knowledge

I chose the CBNRM case study about bringing higher quality integrated healthcare to the rural areas of Madagascar. For the communities in rural Madagascar there are three main concerns: the poor state of the roads that make it hard to transport goods or get medical help, the slash and burn agricultural style that threatens the local plants and wildlife, and the lacking access to medical services.

The… Continue

Posted on May 24, 2011 at 2:49pm

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