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Reflection on a Data Management Plan

I made an appt. for Camilla and I to meet with librarian Stephen Klein, the Digital Dissertation Librarian, before class last Monday Feb. 26. He had good news for us about working with Omeka for the LAC group project CONTENT, DATA and OBJECTIVES, and bad news for us about the “RIGHTS + USAGE” of our […]

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Personal journal: data management and research practices

Prompt: Personal journal entries reflecting on how data management can improve your research practices Having a good data management plan from the outset of a project can help improve the efficiency of a project by making clear upfront what file formats and organizational structures should be used. This prevents rework and needing to make last […]

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Data Management Plan Reflection

We’ve been working on the data management plan. Rob has taken the lead on this part of the project and has worked up a really nice plan including a description of the data, a statement on our protocols for working with data, and our plans for archiving the content. This has brought up a lot […]

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Personal Bio and Contribution Statement

Bio S.C. Lucier is a director, designer, and production manager of concert dance, theatre, and private events in NYC.  She graduated magna cum laude from Marymount Manhattan College’s Theater Directing program where she received the department’s Gold Key of Excellence for her work in “innovative storytelling techniques,” and was a member of the SCDF Observership […]

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Personal Bio & Contribution Statement

Personal Bio Antonios Liamis is an employee of the Graduate Center (City University of New York) where he works in Digital Disability Student Services Dept. He is also an outsourcing Journalist working in The National Herald Newspaper. He recently attended the M.A. program in Digital Humanities in GC. Previously, having 15 works experience worked as […]

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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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Personal Bio and Contribution Statement

Personal bio: Jennifer Cheng is a student in the M.A. program in Digital Humanities at the Graduate Center at CUNY. She is the associate editor of Voices of NY, an online publication of the Center for Community and Ethnic Media at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. Her research interests include data […]

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Personal Bio and Contribution Statement: Anthony Wheeler

Personal Bio: Anthony Wheeler is an employee of The Graduate Center (City Univerity of New York) where he works as a Program Assistant for the M.A. program in Digital Humanities and M.S. program in Data Analysis & Visualization. He is a HASTAC Scholars Fellow, where he is currently pursuing work centered around identity, games studies, […]

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Personal Bio & Contribution Statement

Personal Bio Rob has over 15 years experience working in games/simulations, global learning and education technologies at Queens College, Columbia University, Full Sail University and in the game/simulation industry. As a Course Director at Full Sail University, Rob taught in the thesis class of the Game Development program, evolving curricula for a new Bachelor of […]

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Personal Bio and Contribution Statement: Hannah House

Bio Hannah is used to her bio being in the third person, so that is how she is writing this post. Hannah I. House is a student in the MA in Digital Humanities program at the Graduate Center at CUNY. She has extensive experience with project management, production, and multichannel implementation gained over a nearly […]

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