Digital Projects Showcase 2017

  • Posted on: 28 November 2017
  • By: digitalscholar

Join us on Wednesday, November 29, from 11:30am to 1:00pm for the 2017 Digital Projects Showcase.

Walker Library Digital Scholarship Initiatives invites the MTSU community to a lighting-round style series of presentations on digital projects. Speakers will present in 4, 8, or 15 minute segments on their project which has an emphasis in digital methods or technologies in research, teaching, or outreach from any discipline or area at MTSU. All are welcome to attend and hear about the great research and teaching being done on campus by MTSU faculty, staff and students. 

The Showcase was competitive and we were impressed with the quantity and quality of applicants. Thank you to everyone who applied and has shown interest in digital scholarship on campus. The final selection is a good mix of faculty, staff and student presenters. The lineup is below:

Section 1 (11:30am-12:20pm)

Presenter Name(s): Title of Project Presentation

Molly Taylor-Poleskey: Journey up the Rhine (Neatline)

Patrick Wilson, Bobby Cooley,Maia Council, Will Albert: Nashville Podcasts (Audacity); 

Molly Taylor-Poleskey, Austin Wilson: Google Earth and the Changing Shape of Nashville

Typhanie Schafer, Alecia Heidt: Bradley Academy Museum and Cultural Centers Digital Interactives (StoryMap)

Victoria Hensley: Using Survey123 to Document Historic Neighborhoods (ArcGIS/Survey123)

Section 1 Questions

 

Section 2 (12:20pm-1:00pm)

Presenter Name(s): Title of Project Presentation

Wesley Porter, Henrique Momm: Google Earth Engine—Advanced Geospatial Analysis

Lei Miao: Using Matlab Simulation to Facilitate the Research on Intelligent Transportation Systems

Bethany Hall, Derek Frisby: Blue Raiders of Vietnam (StoryMaps)

Section 2 Questions

 

Location: Walker Library LIB 264A

Time: 11:30am to 1:00pm

 

See the original Call for Proposal here