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  • Engineering Library News!!!

    Links at end of newsletter.   Infographic Learn & Create Workshops Highlighted Tools SPIE Digital Library eBooks American Society of Civil Engineers Research Library Course Reserves ICON     &nbs…

  • Introducing Conrad Bendixen: Sciences Reference & Instruction Librarian

    The Sciences Library is pleased to introduce Conrad Bendixen, our new Sciences Reference & Instruction Librarian! Conrad comes to us from St. Ambrose University, where he was the liaison librarian in health sciences and biology for six…

  • Visualizing the New Deal for Youth

          The Summer Studio Fellowship created an experience centered on exploration.  The combination of being introduced to new tools, campus resources, and being given time created a space with which to examine the role…

  • Trotting along on my digital journey!

                   It has been a fascinating few weeks working on my digital project as well as attending the classes during the summer. A reminder of what I have been…

  • Qianyi’s Fellowship Update and Reflection

    Since my last post, I paused a little bit on the visualization of the networks on Meetup.com. Instead, I worked more on reading the literature on group dynamics, social networks, and organizational ecology and finalizing my research…

  • Summer Food Safety

    It’s the good ‘ole summertime! The time when thoughts often turn to picnics and barbecues! Yup, it is that time of year – the time for summer cookouts and get-togethers. And, hopefully, no food-borne illnesses! Did you…

  • Crises of Confidence

    Hey blog, it’s Julianna again. In my previous post, I described the film I pitched… and how my life exploded this summer. (The too-long-didn’t-read: there was an accident, a week in STICU, and an aborted film…

  • Framing the Love Plot

    Since my last post, I settled upon collecting films with references to honeymoons and more broadly, to films that adhere to a romance narrative. Using IMDB’s keyword search, I researched films that contained words such as…

  • Visualizing 1930s Public Health

    As my last post discussed, my project this summer deals with a series of monthly reports by public health nurses in 1930s Native American communities. Each report includes statistics and a narrative description of the nurse’s work.…

  • Clustering cancer patients with different symptom patterns over time: 2nd blog post

    During the last few weeks of the Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio Fellowship, I am revising my methodology paper as I discussed with my committee in the last meeting. In the previous data set, the dates of the first cycle of…

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