Author Archives: Natasha Ochshorn

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Data TRIKE report: April 14th

The tech team, and the team as a whole, is working hard to get the website up and running. It’s not quite up yet, but it should be good and ready to roll any time now: https://projecttrike.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ As a non-tech person, it’s been rather astounding watching it all in action on the website and over on […]

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Bio and Contributions – Natasha Ochshorn

Bio Natasha Ochshorn is a MALS student in her final semester interested in internet affect and aesthetics. She is currently working on her capstone project, ExistentialMD.com: a website in which users are asked to locate the site of pain in their bodies, structurally mimicking WebMD’s symptom checker, and are lead to short essays that locate the body […]

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TRIKE: Revised Project Plan

TRIKE Project Plan Team Members and roles   Nancy Foasberg: content strategy and development, editor, OER perspective. Rob Garfield: technical development, pedagogical perspective. Hannah House: content strategy and development, content project manager, data critique perspective. Natasha Ochshorn: content strategy and development, philosophy of DH perspective, communications. Sabina Pringle: outreach, technical project management and development. Abstract […]

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Skillset: Natasha Ochshorn

Outreach: I was a social-media coordinator for a young-adult novelist for four years, so I do have experience in this area. My skill set is in writing copy for social media posts and other forms of outreach (publicity campaigns, outreach e-mails, etc.). I’m quite adept at this kind of public facing language – in both […]

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