here is a link to the google doc containing the notes for the Ethics and data session
Hey everyone! Thanks for giving me a few minutes to promote our eLearning community dashboards. You can find them by following this link: www.uc.edu/provost/initiatives/elearning/analytics/elearning-analytics.html. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
Michelle Ford, MS
eLearning Data Analyst, BI Specialist
4th Floor University Hall
51 Goodman Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45221
I am sharing my presentation through the OSF. Here is the link – osf.io/yg4us/
For this session, I’ll prepare some Augmented Reality examples that we can play around with using two free AR apps – Aurasma and Blippar. Both sites offer different ways of utilizing AR for instruction.
In the summer/fall of 2016, I used Aurasma to create a Harry Potter themed AR Murder Mystery that was both a test of resources and self-guided tour for students during our Welcome Week. Recently, I went to an AR training our CTL put on that used Blippar, which seems to have some features that Aurasma did not have, including the ability to use various types of documents and presentations that pop up for students, including PowerPoint and websites.
Essentially, for this session, I envision having different images prepared that we can use in a game format where participants will download the free apps onto their phones or tablets and follow along, learning how the game/apps work. Then, we can sit down and look at the back end of the apps, seeing how to set something similar up.
Do you have any research questions? Do you want to quickly visualize the data?
This session will give hands on Tableau and get you started with incorporating visualizations in your research and gain insights from the data.
Download the following:
Tutorial Steps: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByCViCVy4Zl7V1pZcU5oc1Z1SjQ/view
You can download the Tableau Workbook from here
– Definitions and semantics – what it is and what it isn’t, alternative labels
– The role of libraries and librarians, faculty and other campus units
– What are some related emerging trends across the broader library and DH communities
– What conversations are occurring at local institutions
– Are faculty teaching undergraduate classes an appropriate audience
– Potential for embedded support
This session will focus on the ways in which Ohio libraries and librarians can collaborate to support digital humanities on Ohio campuses. The OH|DH network formed in fall 2015 to share informtion about digital humanities efforts across the state. We would welcome input from faculty and students about how we can expand this network and share resources to support DH.
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We look forward to seeing you on Monday!
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