Purchase books by Seymour Papert here
While I try to keep up with Papert's work and press coverage,
I may miss some link possibilities. Be sure to consult www.papert.org.
Seymour Papert's keynote address (QuickTime Video) at the International One-to-One Computing Conference
Sydney, Australia - June 2004
Seymour Papert's interview on Australian radio June 2004
Digital Development: How the $100 Laptop Could Change Education
Seymour Papert's November 14, 2006 web conference with the United States Department of State regarding One Laptop Per Child. This may be the last recorded document prior to Dr. Papert's accident.
Papert, S. (2005). You Can’t Think About Thinking Without Thinking About Thinking About Something. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 5(3), 366-367. AACE. Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/21845.
Bode Miller & Seymour Papert: Separated at Birth? (2010) by Gary Stager
What's the Big Idea? Toward a pedagogy of idea power (2000) by Seymour Papert (PDF version) from the IBM Systems Journal.
is Logo? And Who Needs it? A 1999 essay by Seymour
Papert from LCSI's book, Logo Philosophy and Implementation.
for Education -- The Caperton-Papert Platform (1999
National Governors' Association Meeting) A proposal to the
National Governor's Association by Dr. Papert and the Governor
of West Virgina.
in Schools - To Support the System or Render it Obsolete? A
1999 essay by Seymour Papert for the Milken
Exchange responding in part to Todd Oppenheimer's Computer
Delustion article and the hysteria caused by his critics.
Perestroika and Epistemological Politics Seymour Papert's 1990 keynote address at the World Conference on Computers in Education in Sydney, Australia.
Twenty Things to Do With a Computer (1971) by Cynthia Solomon and Seymour Papert
Teaching Children Thinking (1971) by Seymour Papert
Papert's website containing a wealth of articles by Dr. Papert.
Trailblazer Interview with Seymour Papert (1999)
ZineZone provides a text-based and RealVideo interiew with
Seymour Papert, along wih an impressive collection of Papert
Papert on Jean Piaget (1999) Seymour
Papert remembers Jean Piaget for Time Magazine's 100 Greatest
Thinkers of the 20th Century issue, March 1999.
in Schools: To Support the System or Render it Obsolete (1998)
Papert responds to the critics of educational computing and
its proponents in an extremely provocative article.
Papert at 1998 Camden Technology Conference (1998)
RealVideo streaming of Papert's terrific speech, Targets
Hit - Targets Missed, at this major conference. Click here for
a summary of this presentation whose audio and video may be lost to the ages.
Easy Do It? Children, Games and Learning (June
1998) A provocative article from Game Developer Magazine.
Power: Keys to the New Learning of the Digital Century (June
2, 1998) The text, audio and video of a speech made in England
by Seymour Papert.
Tie the Digital Knot (1998) An
article by Seymour Papert published in Technos,
Volume 7. No. 4.
Century Learning Archive A collection of articles
by Papert and disciples at MaMaMedia.Com.
Computing: How are We Doing? is a recent article
by Seymour Papert published in the 25th Anniversary Issue
of the the T.H.E. Journal.
Papert - The Multimedia Today Interview Good
interview with Dr. Papert in a defunct magazine retrievable thanks to The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. Be sure to click on links at bottom of article.
Skill Set: The 3 Rs. Literacy and Letteracy in the Media
Ages. By Seymour Papert. Published in WIRED
entire speech on children, computers and learning delivered
by Seymour Papert (1996) at San Francisco's Exploratorium,
broadcast via RealAudio.
good online interview with Seymour Papert, creator of Logo
and MicroWorlds talks to Meme.
interview with Seymour Papert accompanied by obnoxious sidebar
by the interviewer/editor of FamilyPC Magazine.
review of Papert's book, The Children's Machine
review of Papert's book, Mindstorms: Children, Computers and
Constructionism and Constructionism - an analysis from England.
New Media and Education Reform was the name of a panel discussion
held at the MIT Media Lab on June 4, 1996. The panelists included:
Seymour Papert, Howard Gardner, Sherry Turkle and Mitchell Resnick.
Information on ordering audio and video cassettes are available
at this site. Here is
an American Prospect article, " Access
is not Enough - Computer Clubhouses In the Inner City," by Mitchel
Resnick and Natalie Rusk presented at this conference. Seymour
Papert delivered a fantastic speech that is well worth spending
$5 to receive on audiotape. May no longer be available.
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