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Oer Impact: Towards An Evidence Base, Rob Farrow Oct 2013

Oer Impact: Towards An Evidence Base, Rob Farrow

Open Access Conference

The open education movement has achieved much in the last decade, but there remains wide acknowledgement that the impact of OER has yet to be fully understood. A suggested approach is to address this through collective approaches that collate information and present them back in an integrated way. This has some appeal, particularly in the way it matches to ideals of openness, but needs to be implemented with care.

In this presentation I critically evaluate attempts that have been made to support communication and collaboration through ‘mapping’ OER. After endorsing the basic rationale for mapping evidence surrounding OER implementation I ...


Practices And Attitudes Towards Early User Involvement In Information Symbol Design Process: An Implication For Teaching, Wai Yi, Annie Ng, Kin Wai, Michael Siu, Che Hin, Chetwyn Chan Jun 2013

Practices And Attitudes Towards Early User Involvement In Information Symbol Design Process: An Implication For Teaching, Wai Yi, Annie Ng, Kin Wai, Michael Siu, Che Hin, Chetwyn Chan

Practical Social and Industrial Research Symposium

No abstract provided.


Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Program Booklet), Mark Pompelia Jun 2013

Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Program Booklet), Mark Pompelia

Materials Education and Research in Art and Design: A New Role for Libraries

No abstract provided.


Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Program Sheet), Mark Pompelia Jun 2013

Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Program Sheet), Mark Pompelia

Materials Education and Research in Art and Design: A New Role for Libraries

No abstract provided.


Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Survey Stats), Mark Pompelia Jun 2013

Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Survey Stats), Mark Pompelia

Materials Education and Research in Art and Design: A New Role for Libraries

No abstract provided.


Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Website), Mark Pompelia Jun 2013

Materials Education And Research In Art And Design: A New Role For Libraries (Website), Mark Pompelia

Materials Education and Research in Art and Design: A New Role for Libraries

No abstract provided.


Materials Collection Creation And Administration: A New Role For Libraries (White Paper), Mark Pompelia Jun 2013

Materials Collection Creation And Administration: A New Role For Libraries (White Paper), Mark Pompelia

Materials Education and Research in Art and Design: A New Role for Libraries

The Problem/Opportunity: To define, identify, and guide design-based materials collections in academic settings and foster community among those with existing collections and/or those considering creating and supporting one.

Contents and topics:

  1. What is a materials collection?
  2. Why have a materials collection?
  3. Acquisition strategies
  4. Organizational approaches
  5. Programming possibilities
  6. Symposium summary
  7. Resources


Session 3-4-F: Publishing Your Work: Editors’ Panel, Alex Blaszczynski, Sally Gainsbury, David G. Schwartz, Masood Zangeneh May 2013

Session 3-4-F: Publishing Your Work: Editors’ Panel, Alex Blaszczynski, Sally Gainsbury, David G. Schwartz, Masood Zangeneh

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

Presentation Overview

Highlight the role & expectation of Editors

Describe the function & responsibility of reviewers

Objectives: Understand key factors involved in the assessment of the relative strengths & weaknesses of a manuscript


2013 Program Booklet, Rhode Island School Of Design May 2013

2013 Program Booklet, Rhode Island School Of Design

Collection (annual runway show) 2007-Present

Official Collection 2013 Program distributed at the event.


Riley Blindt, Riley Blindt Apr 2013

Riley Blindt, Riley Blindt

John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Dustin Springer, Dustin Springer Apr 2013

Dustin Springer, Dustin Springer

John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Leeya Jackson, Leeya Jackson Apr 2013

Leeya Jackson, Leeya Jackson

John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Exploring The Problem We All Live With: The Motivation And Ambition Behind Norman Rockwell’S Civil Rights Depictions, Kelly Richman Apr 2013

Exploring The Problem We All Live With: The Motivation And Ambition Behind Norman Rockwell’S Civil Rights Depictions, Kelly Richman

Creative Activity and Research Day - CARD

Using Norman Rockwell’s The Problem We All Live With (1964) a Civil Rights-era depiction of the integration of black and white students in 1960, I argue that Rockwell chose to portray Civil Rights themes in order to make an altruistic plea for equality. To demonstrate my claim, I have researched academic sources, journal articles that explore Rockwell’s views and painterly approach to race, and documents of important political events of the Civil Rights Movement. Through this research, I use textual evidence to conclude that Norman Rockwell was genuinely committed to promoting Civil Rights in his work.


From Ashes To Architecture: Memorialization At Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Sara Elyse Kaplan Apr 2013

From Ashes To Architecture: Memorialization At Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Sara Elyse Kaplan

Graduate Research Symposium (GCUA) (2010 - 2017)

Buchenwald concentration camp, located in Weimar, Germany, was a place of suffering, cruelty and death during World War II and during the first five years of the cold war. As many were tortured and perished there, it has since become a place of remembrance. Being one of the few concentration camps to not be destroyed by the Nazis before they could be liberated, since its final closure in 1950 numerous memorials have been erected to commemorate the events that took place and the people who fell victim to those events. Following several theorists four of the memorials at Buchenwald are ...


An Explanation Of Mannerisms, Emilie Gaultier Apr 2013

An Explanation Of Mannerisms, Emilie Gaultier

Undergraduate Research Conference

I have found through sociological research and observation that body language defines how people perceive us. The importance of the first handshake, the manner we bring our hands together while talking, or the way students use their fist to rest on their chin while in class -- all these mannerisms explain to the potential employer, the vivid listener, or the professor how we feel without consciously knowing it. The purpose of my work is to expand awareness to professionals towards implications of their presented body language.


Art & Design Miami, Brittani Corin Tyer Apr 2013

Art & Design Miami, Brittani Corin Tyer

Undergraduate Research Conference

My group had the opportunity to receive real world experience from several advertising agencies, schools, museums, and self sufficient artists. We observed art and design from timeless pieces in history to contemporary works. The team was also able to network with other students and professionals in our field.


Burning House Art Exhibit, Daniel Baugh Apr 2013

Burning House Art Exhibit, Daniel Baugh

Undergraduate Research Conference

The unique blending of raw, figurative abstractions and a timeless illustrative style stand at the core of our work. This was a conscious effort to seek out the newest and boldest works in the field, created by Texas artists. Inspiration is derived from everyday life experiences. We are relying on the improvisational emergence of creating. The work as a whole reflects a pursuit of presenting expressive ideas and capturing emotion in a two dimensional format. From each canvas, panel and brush stroke, release emotions, ideas, and uniue perceptions just for you, the viewer.


Catharsis, Deborah Elizabeth Rule Mar 2013

Catharsis, Deborah Elizabeth Rule

EURēCA: Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement

For this event, I participated by submitting my fiber art research piece, which consisted of small embroidered statements of apologies.


Chinese Language Mobile App, Tara Marie Sripunvoraskul Mar 2013

Chinese Language Mobile App, Tara Marie Sripunvoraskul

EURēCA: Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement

This project uses the ARIS platform to create immersive language tutorials in Chinese that are developed by students to increase participation and engagement to bridge the gap of learning the material to be used in real-world situations


“Venus, The Epitome Of The Modern Day Woman”, Dana C. Densler Mar 2013

“Venus, The Epitome Of The Modern Day Woman”, Dana C. Densler

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Game Show Network Campaign Pitch, Alexandria Hepburn Mar 2013

Game Show Network Campaign Pitch, Alexandria Hepburn

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Maze Book, Sophia L. Frissell Mar 2013

Maze Book, Sophia L. Frissell

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Game Show Network Creative Overhaul, David A. Bardis Mar 2013

Game Show Network Creative Overhaul, David A. Bardis

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


The Gate To The Black Galaxy Stands Open, Taylor E. Cornelius, Anthony Craig Drennen Mar 2013

The Gate To The Black Galaxy Stands Open, Taylor E. Cornelius, Anthony Craig Drennen

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


A Woman Who Runs With The Wolves, Sarah M. Justice Ms Mar 2013

A Woman Who Runs With The Wolves, Sarah M. Justice Ms

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Gsn: Let The Games Begin, Amy Dinsmore Mar 2013

Gsn: Let The Games Begin, Amy Dinsmore

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Sam Brody; June 29, 1967, Henry Detweiler Mar 2013

Sam Brody; June 29, 1967, Henry Detweiler

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Loss Thread, Zena Zakanycz Mar 2013

Loss Thread, Zena Zakanycz

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

No abstract provided.


"Duchamping In Game Making": An Analysis Of Pippin Barr's Parodic Computer Games, Devin A. Wilson Mar 2013

"Duchamping In Game Making": An Analysis Of Pippin Barr's Parodic Computer Games, Devin A. Wilson

Modern Languages and Literatures Annual Graduate Conference

Devin Wilson analyzes some of Pippin Barr's subversive videogames, examining the methods by which they parody game design conventions.


The Overgrowth, Kori Waldrup, Kate Carroll Feb 2013

The Overgrowth, Kori Waldrup, Kate Carroll

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Conference Proceedings

This piece was created as an outcome of research on vertical gardening in fashion design for an undergraduate research project. The idea for the topic arose after observation of the growing trend of vertical gardening in home décor and urban landscaping. The purpose of this piece was to apply the research on vertical gardening and to observe the effect of different species of plants when planted on the body.