Category Archives: Session: Talk

Proposal: Tracing cultural change through the food we serve

Could we design a project to use a (hypothetical) special collection of menus or cookbooks to find evidence of social change? Did restaurants change their menus after integration? How and when did various ethnic flavors and ingredients enter our experience? … Continue reading

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New South Research Widget/Tool/Protocol

[Proposed by Nell Chenault.] It is a challenge to gather together publications, research, and information about the “New South”. Can a tool be developed to assist with this research issue? A portal or widget which focuses on many of the … Continue reading

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Proposal: Digital Identities

I’m planning a new version of an existing class that will focus on helping students understand and build their own digital identities (while learning about writing, oral presentations, argument, etc.). I have some ideas, but I want MORE. I’d love … Continue reading

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What’s Your Story?

I’d like to have a session about telling stories digitally, using whatever tools, on whichever platforms. Depending on our interest, this could be show-and-tell about interesting stories you’ve seen or created, brief walkthroughs of tools you’ve used, ideas about best … Continue reading

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Mobile Apps & Transmedia for Engaging Audiences

I’m a tech-savvy but non-coding librarian and filmmaker and I’d like to learn more about creating mobile apps or other transmedia tools for engaging audiences after/before/during the life of a documentary project. Any others interested in this topic? I’m currently … Continue reading

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3D printers when it ain’t obvious

I’m really interested in exploring ways in which the 3D printing revolution might make its way into fields that aren’t really about material culture. ┬áIt’s somewhat obvious how archaeologists might use 3D printing, or engineers or product developers or model-makers. … Continue reading

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