Issue 9 (2017)
In this issue we are featuring Augmented Reality, (AR) and Virtual Reality, (VR) for use in education. It seems that not a week goes by without the media covering how both AR and VR are being used for medical, industrial and publishing applications as well in the staple area of gaming.
KMi Review Issue 9 (2017)
Issue 8 (2016)
In this issue we're featuring CORE, which offers a seamless access to millions of open access research papers, enriches the collected data for text-mining and provides unique services to the research community.
KMi Review Issue 8 (2016)
Issue 7 (2016)
In this issue we're featuring Open University's MK:Smart project, which is developing innovative solutions to support economic growth in Milton Keynes. The project is supported by a large team in KMi including researchers, developers, IT and admin support staff who work in conjunction with colleagues in Computing.
KMi Review Issue 7 (2016)
Issue 6 (2016)
In this issue we're featuring KMi's Stadium Live project, which is investigating how live webcasts can be made more interactive through the use of audience participation widgets. This is the latest in a series of KMi projects, including Lyceum, FlashMeeting and Stadium that have been exploiting the Web as a communication platform.
KMi Review Issue 6 (2016)
Issue 5 (2015)
In this issue we're featuring one of KMi's flagship projects. OU Analyse, using machine learning methods, is designed to identify early signs of OU students who are at risk of failing their modules. This research allows interventions to take place to adapt learning methods/delivery to help students persist with their studies.
KMi Review Issue 5 (2015)
Issue 4 (2015)
In this issue we're featuring one of KMi's greenest projects. DecarboNet demonstrates the lab's social responsibility with regards to the environment, as well as its spirit of innovation. This is achieved by fusing Computer Science and Social Science theories
KMi Review Issue 4 (2015)
Issue 3 (2015)
This issue of the KMi Review has a special feature on the "20 years of knowledge media" celebration held in May 2015, which brought together the original founders of the Institute with international guests and the new generation of knowledge media researchers. Happy birthday KMi.
KMi Review Issue 3 (2015)
Issue 2 (2015)
In this issue we focus on the UK election debate and how our research is helping the public to socially connect and visualize the live debate. We celebrate a new Director designate, two new PhD awards and look forward to our celebration of 20 years of Knowledge Media in May 2015.
KMi Review Issue 2 (2015)
Issue 1 (2015)
This issue features KMi work on Augmented Reality - for industrial application, for learning and also for fun! Future issues will bring you a focus on the Digital City, Wearable Computing, Visualisation and more...
KMi Review Issue 1 (2015)