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Lunch talk with Dr. Darren Edge

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Dr. Darren Edge, a researcher from Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing, China, had a lunch talk with idKAIST faculty on 19th Oct. The topic was `Expansive interaction design from view of activity-theory`. He came to Korea to join VSMM 2010 workshop in a collaboration with Prof. Youn-Kyung Lim. His current academic focus is on how mobile and ubiquitous technologies can enhance the activity of language learning.
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