A career spent in research, teaching, and engagement with community entails a lifetime of assemblage of meaning from people, resources, technologies and experience. In his work, Bertram (Chip) Bruce has long engaged with how we create such an assemblage of meaning from our formal and found learning, and from the 'lived experience' of custom, technology, and practice. This article itself assembles meaning around the concepts of technologies and practices, drawing on the author's lived experience with Chip in assembling meaning around the contemporary constructions of knowledge, technology and practice.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Science Applications