DSD 2014

Announcing the first annual Digital Scholarship Day -- a celebration of innovative technologies and methods used by Wellesley College faculty, staff, and students in areas such as: 

Social Media  ::  Spatial Analysis  ::   Mapping  ::  Stats at the QAI
Digital Exhibits  ::   Digital Storytelling  ::  Crowdsourcing

Please join us on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 from 4-5:30pm in the Science Library for:

Lightning talks (five minute limit! beware the gong!)
a poster session
a technology playground
snacks and CAKE!

Lightning Talks by:

Bryan Burns  -  The Mediterranean Antiquities Teaching Collection: Digital explorations
Casey Pattanayak  -  The Fundamental Problem of Causal Inference
Diana Schron '14  -  Causal Inference in a Partially Randomized Preference Trial with Small Samples
Alden Griffith, Monica Higgins & Jay Turner  -  Solar Panel Project
Dominique Ledoux '14 & Kalyani Bhatt '14  -  A Digital Timeline of Anne Whitney's Life
Connie Bauman  -  Anatomy and Ubersense on the iPad
Wini Wood  - Vlogging and Blogging
Sophie Sun '14 & Julia Chmyz '17  -  Statistical Consultants at Work
Alden Griffith  -  ES101 GIS Component: Suitability Analysis
Helena McMonagle '16 & Prioty Sarwar '16  -  Digital Storytelling: The fun, cool sister to the written essay
April Zhu '14Ellen Bechtel '14Mackenzie Klema '14  -  Twitter and Blogs in ES399
Ben Vining  -  Mapping the Anthropocene: Archaeology, global change, and geospatial technology
Jacki Musacchio & Jenifer Bartle  -  Crowdsourcing Anne Whitney