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Project TRIKE week 8 summary

Week 8 was a busy one for Project TRIKE with our first major content deadline arriving on 3/19.  All of our data sets are ready with a little more work to do on the analyses and transformations in some cases. Nancy and Rob tracked down a strange, abstruse bug in one of her automation scripts.  […]

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Project TRIKE Outreach and Social Media Plan

Our outreach goals are to build awareness of our project so as to start conversations about best practices and methodologies for transforming data, to get feedback which will help us improve our work, to invite DH practitioners to fork and iterate our project, and to substantiate future grant, conference and award applications. We will achieve […]

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Project TRIKE Data Management Plan

This is a living document.  You can access the Google Doc here.

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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

Personal Bio Sabina Pringle is Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of English at City College of New York (CCNY) – CUNY since August 2017. She is currently teaching English 21007: Writing for Engineering. She is also Writing Fellow in the English Department at Baruch College – CUNY, where she works in curriculum development, grant writing […]

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First Journal Entry

Working with Project TRIKE is a real pleasure as well as an exciting opportunity to engage in thoughtful, meaningful digital humanities work. Hannah, Nancy, Natasha and Rob are awesome. They are super organized and have a very clear idea of what they – we – want to do. I was given the role of technical […]

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