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Scholarly Communication

  

ESRI Story Maps Tell your story!

July 15, 2019 by Shenyue Jia | Technology

In an era of blogging and vlogging, sharing and publicizing your work in an engaging way has never been so crucial, no matter it is a research work or just a story in your personal experience. And the audience, like you and me, have become very picky about the visual expression of the contents. We

Building Inclusive Research

October 20, 2017 by | Events

Below is a summary of the thoughts shared in a panel discussion at Chapman University as part of the DRAW (Discover Research and Arts Week), titled “Building Inclusive Research.” Panel participants were Arpita Lal, Erin Pullin, and Jana Remy. Arpita states: Diversity considerations are extremely important at each step of the research process. Intentionally blurring

My Social Media Summer

August 25, 2017 by | Digital Scholarship

At the beginning of summer I started a social media experiment, to bring people into the Center for American War Letters Archive with me (and my collaborator Doug) virtually, via FB Live, to share some of our findings from WWII letters. I had no idea what to expect from this experiment, whether it would flounder

Spark-ing Creativity in the Classroom

August 18, 2017 by | Pedagogy

I’ve mentioned Spark before, but it definitely bears mentioning again, due to its usefulness for the classroom. For example, here is a Spark Page put together by Professor Matthew Gartner, to explain how to use the One Button Studio for capturing lecture based content: https://spark.adobe.com/page/QSnuBD251p4jK/

What will Scholarship look like in the year 2025? hint: it will be digital

June 16, 2017 by | Digital Scholarship

[This post is part of my ongoing series about Digital Scholarship…] Over the past decade there have been numerous attempts to reimagine the typical scholarly publication practices of authoring journal articles and monographs.  An early experiment in this vein was the Vectors journal produced at USC, which used a variety of web technologies to create

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