Ingeborg Endter is currently a consultant at the Center for Future Civic Media. She is one of the original staff members who helped to organize and shape the Center. She is a graduate of the Electronic Publishing group at the MIT Media Lab. Her research focused on creating collaborative community uses of the Internet. She has been a long time collaborator on the Silver Stringer community online publishing project and other projects at the Center for Future Civic Media.
Her ongoing interest in constructionist learning was fostered while a Program Manager at the Computer Clubhouse Network, based at Boston's Museum of Science. She mentored Clubhouse youth, and worked closely with Clubhouse parent organizations on issues of evaluation and sustainability. She traveled extensively in Europe and the Middle East as liaison to Computer Clubhouses in communities from Belfast to Ramallah. She still consults on the continuing development of The Computer Clubhouse Village, an intranet collaboration platform for Clubhouses around the world.
Ms. Endter's interest in media, community, and international affairs began early in her career. She worked in archaeology, history of photography, and photoarchives at Harvard University; in software support and business management at various software and service companies. Her undergraduate degree is in Social Sciences (concentrating in Near Eastern Archaeology) from the Harvard Extension School. She earned Certificates in Management and Software Engineering from Harvard Extension School.
inge at media.mit.edu
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