Scholars from Singapore and Taiwan to discuss the DocuSky platform (developed by National Taiwan University) and its use in research projects on Chinese religion.
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The goals of the workshop were to understand the science and research of unconscious bias, to become our own background and its impact on our perceptions, to identify how bias and the processes of the unconscious mind can impact decisions and results, and to apply new strategies for practicing more conscious awareness so that we are better able to advocate for inclusion in our organizations.
Review of workshop on artificial neural networks and computer vision.
Review of Zotero citation management software
Review of DMC Audio 101: Introduction to Music Production and Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) at the Duderstadt.
Resident Paris Hsu reflects on a presentation by Kate Starbird entitled "Online rumors, conspiracy theories and disinformation in the context of crisis response."
On November 4th, Rachel Niemer and Theresa Braunschneider (CRLT) provided the library with a lightly customized version of their “Teaching With Technology: How Can I Include All Students” workshop. The workshop explores “the intersection of technology and inclusive teaching” and discusses “the inadvertent assumptions about learners’ bodies and resources often implicit in assignments and classroom activities using technology.”