Sensor Journalism Leads to Public Knowledge of Sensor Journalism

The public now has a definition of “sensor journalism” that they can help alter and further define thanks, in part, to the efforts of

Team member Robert Gutsche Jr. joined with two others over the period of several months to gather examples of sensor journalism and multiple definitions that have appeared in public reports and scholarship to create their own definition for the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

“This has been an interesting experience,” Gutsche said, “and one that required a surprising amount of rigor that is not represented in public and scholarly discussions of Wikipedia.” […]


Museum Exhibit Hints at Miami: 2100

At right: FIU Architecture and Arts Students created models of predicted sea level rise and flooding in the Miami, Orlando and Key West areas, featured in “Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century,” an ongoing exhibit at the Coral Gables Museum until March 1, 2015Photo by  Alex Blencowe


By Alex Blencowe, Little Gables Group

From hurricanes to heat-waves to finding affordable healthcare, South Florida has enough ecological, economic and social problems on its plate. Sea-level rise is soon to be South Florida’s most challenging issue, unless citizens create changes now for the future.

On Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, from 6 to 8 p.m., the Coral Gables Museum hosted a panel discussion on Socio-ecological Vulnerability and the effects that massive sea-level rise and flooding will have in the decades to come. […]