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XXIII.6 November-December 2016
Page: 44
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Computing education for sustainability—What gives me hope?


Authors:
Samuel Mann

  After more than 20 years in computing, I doubted our field’s desire or ability to drive change. So I changed direction. Formerly a professor in IT, I am now a professor of sustainable practice in a post-discipline department specializing in professional practice. My work centers around the notion of the sustainable practitioner and the sustainable lens. You can think of education as being about the development of your lens—how you see the world, your values, and your mindset. The early bits of life and education are about developing your personal lens, mixing your values with opportunities to practice increasingly…




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