Although the 1st IASC Virtual Conference was held from November 12-30, 2018, you still can access the videos once you are logged in as an IASC member. Otherwise, when clicking on videos you will be redirected to become a member.
Welcome from the Conference Chair
Marco A. Janssen
President Elect of the international Association for the Study of the Commons Director of the Center for Behavior, Institutions & the Environment Professor School of Sustainability, Arizona State University
The Commons Video Contest is for 3-minute videos that aim to communicate commons research to a general public. For a detailed description of the contest please follow this link. Below you can find the 20 entrees we received for the contest. In order to define the winning videos we asked IASC members to express their preferences for their 3 favorite videos. The resulting ranking helped the judging panel selecting the winning videos.
Polling closed at 6:00 PM MST (UTC -7) on November 25, 2018.
The Commons Explained
by Coley Curry, graduate student at Arizona State University, working towards her MFA in dance.
Winner of the Commons Video Contest organized by the International Association for the Study of the Commons in November 2018.
Governing the Commons
by Vanya Bisht, PhD student in Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology at Arizona State University. Runner up in the Commons Video Contest organized by the International Association for the Study of the Commons in November 2018.
A tragic story on the commons
by Shivanyaa Rawat, Kunja Shrestha, and Sushmita Patel from the Foundation of Ecological Security, India. Runner up in the Commons Video Contest organized by the International Association for the Study of the Commons Video Contest in November 2018.
In the period October 4-12, the IASC organized the "World Commons Week" which included a number of local events. For four of those local events, we received video impressions on what they did. You can watch those impressions below and interact with the organizers.
In this discussion forum you can address issues with conference attendees unrelated to a specific video presentation. Examples of discussion topics: What are questions you have to other participants on research or methods? What common themes do you observe among the presentations? What do you think about the videos of the video contest? What is your impression about the first IASC Virtual Conference?
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