Ian Frank is interested in interdisciplinary approaches to thinking and learning. He brings an AI and mathematics background to research in computing, interaction theory, education, and the performing arts.

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Publications:
Learning from the Koto Wedge: The Sphere and the Shawl

We use the notion of "koto" from Japanese philosophy to ground thinking in and on education. We present numerous examples and draw lessons for educational practice.

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Smart Festival

IBM is pursuing a ``Smart City'' initiative, and the adjective ``smart'' increasingly appears in technology research. This paper suggests a different and underrepresented domain may have significant advantages: the festival.

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