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Usc's Nanocenter, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Usc's Nanocenter, Allison Marsh

Section 5: Imaging at the Nano Scale

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Spotlight On Usc: Department Of Art, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Spotlight On Usc: Department Of Art, Allison Marsh

Section 5: Imaging at the Nano Scale

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Nano Imaging, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Nano Imaging, Allison Marsh

Section 5: Imaging at the Nano Scale

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Fact Or Fiction?, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Fact Or Fiction?, Allison Marsh

Section 5: Imaging at the Nano Scale

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Art Versus Image, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Art Versus Image, Allison Marsh

Section 5: Imaging at the Nano Scale

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Choosing An Instrument, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Choosing An Instrument, Allison Marsh

Section 5: Imaging at the Nano Scale

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What Is Nanotechnology?, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

What Is Nanotechnology?, Allison Marsh

Section 5: Imaging at the Nano Scale

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Influencing Art, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Influencing Art, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

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Listen, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Listen, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

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Capturing Motion, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Capturing Motion, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

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Spotlight On Usc: Mechanical Engineering, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Spotlight On Usc: Mechanical Engineering, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

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Understanding Fracture, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Understanding Fracture, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

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The Sword And The Screen: The Japanese Period Film 1915-1960, Aaron Gerow, Rea Amit, Ryan Cook, Samuel Good, Samuel Malissa, Stephen Poland, Grace Ting, Takuya Tsunoda, David Dresser, Fumiaki Itakura 2012 Yale University

The Sword And The Screen: The Japanese Period Film 1915-1960, Aaron Gerow, Rea Amit, Ryan Cook, Samuel Good, Samuel Malissa, Stephen Poland, Grace Ting, Takuya Tsunoda, David Dresser, Fumiaki Itakura

Film Series Commentaries

“The Sword And The Screen: The Japanese Period Film 1915-1960” was a groundbreaking collaboration between the Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University and the National Film Center of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, marking the first time Japan’s national film archive had co-sponsored an event with a foreign university. The film series presented rare Japanese samurai films from the collection of the National Film Center, highlighting the abundant variety of Japan's most famous film genre. There are social critiques, melodramas, comedies, ghost films and even musicals, directed by some of the masters of Japanese ...


Research Habits Of Wpi Project Teams, Daniel Edward Foley, Joshua Curtis Mann, Jerone Tedroy Mitchell, David James Moulton 2012 Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Research Habits Of Wpi Project Teams, Daniel Edward Foley, Joshua Curtis Mann, Jerone Tedroy Mitchell, David James Moulton

Library-related Student Project Reports

This study analyzed the research techniques and efficiency of Interactive Qualifying Project teams at WPI. The relevance and reliability of the sources found were evaluated and compared to those found by a research expert to define a measure of research efficiency. The results showed that the quality of the sources found by the students compared favorably with those found by the expert. Most project teams followed the same basic search strategy, using tools such as Summon, Google Scholar, and Google. Few teams used advanced search techniques or specialized databases and often gave up if the full text of the article ...


Politeness Strategies In Wiki-Mediated Communication Of Efl Collaborative Writing Tasks, Mimi Li 2012 Marshall University

Politeness Strategies In Wiki-Mediated Communication Of Efl Collaborative Writing Tasks, Mimi Li

English Faculty Research

Informed by the theory of social constructivism and computer-mediated communication (CMC), wiki-mediated collaborative writing has been increasingly implemented in second or foreign language classes. However, to date, no research has addressed students’ interaction and negotiation of their social relationship during wiki-mediated collaboration. Drawing on politeness theory, particularly Brown and Levinson (1987)’s taxonomy of politeness strategies, this study analyzed the wiki-mediated discourse of one collaborative writing group in a Chinese EFL context. This particular writing group consisted of three EFL college students at a southwestern university in China. This article examined specifically how this small group actively engaged in social ...


Social Interaction At The Maya Site Of Copan, Honduras: A Least Cost Approach To Configurational Analysis, Heather Richards-Rissetto 2012 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Social Interaction At The Maya Site Of Copan, Honduras: A Least Cost Approach To Configurational Analysis, Heather Richards-Rissetto

Anthropology Faculty Publications

In this article, I employ least cost paths using GIS to measure the relationship between site configuration and social connectivity at the ancient Maya site of Copan, Honduras. I investigate two questions. First, did people of different social classes experience varying degrees of social connectivity? Second, did people living in different parts of the city experience difference degrees of social connectivity? Ultimately, the goal is modify traditional configurational analysis using least cost analysis (LCA) to identify how social hierarchy was embedded in landscapes and how ancient people may have strategically manipulated landscapes to structure social interaction and community organization.


A Primer On Copyright And Fair Use, Ann E. Biswas, Charles J. Russo 2012 University of Dayton

A Primer On Copyright And Fair Use, Ann E. Biswas, Charles J. Russo

English Faculty Publications

One student creates a video for class using a Lady Gaga song. Another puts together a PowerPoint presentation about the Vietnam War using images she found online. A third student adds a link to a YouTube video in a blog post for an English class. One teacher photocopies and distributes articles from a national newspaper. Another teacher records a television documentary at home and shows it to her class.

Did those students and teachers violate copyright law? The complex, evolving laws governing copyright and fair use are muddied by the rapid growth and use of technology in schools, yet it ...


Geworfenheit Und Prometheische Scham Im Zeitalter Der Transhumanen Kybernetik Technik Und Machenschaft Bei Martin Heidegger, Fritz Lang Und Günther Anders, Babette Babich 2012 Fordham University

Geworfenheit Und Prometheische Scham Im Zeitalter Der Transhumanen Kybernetik Technik Und Machenschaft Bei Martin Heidegger, Fritz Lang Und Günther Anders, Babette Babich

Articles and Chapters in Academic Book Collections

Untersucht werden soll hier die Wirkung Heideggers auf Günther Anders. Dabei spiegelt Anders eine ganze Etappe Wirkungsgeschichte, denn er war Schüler von Husserl sowie von Paul Tillich – und zudem, vielleicht am wichtigsten, weil diese Beziehung die schwierigste ist, auch von Theodor W. Adorno.2 Günther Anders, der damals noch Günther Stern hieß, könnte eigentlich als eine Art Verkörperung der Phänomenologie gelten, war doch gerade er sowohl hermeneutisch geschult als auch ein früher Anhänger der Frankfurter Schule – als beide noch in anfänglichem Glanz und Fülle strahlten. Eigentlich aber reden wir gar nicht über Heidegger und seine Schüler, außer in der Hinsicht ...


Where’S The Pedagogy? The Role Of Teaching And Learning In The Digital Humanities, Stephen Brier 2012 CUNY Graduate Center

Where’S The Pedagogy? The Role Of Teaching And Learning In The Digital Humanities, Stephen Brier

Publications and Research

The Digital Humanities (DH) has focused narrowly on digital research methods and projects and digital publication efforts. Yet DH has also had a significant, if under recognized, impact on classroom pedagogy. This chapter evaluates the ways DH practices, embodied in a series of pedagogy projects at the City University of York (CUNY), have been used to reshape teaching and learning in college classrooms.


Topic Modeling And Figurative Language, Lisa M. Rhody 2012 CUNY Graduate Center

Topic Modeling And Figurative Language, Lisa M. Rhody

Publications and Research

Located at the center of Jorie Graham’s collection The End of Beauty, “Self Portrait as Hurray and Delay” crafts a portrait of the artist, poised at a precarious moment in which thought begins to take shape. Like Penelope, Graham entertains the illusion, if only momentarily, of a choice between bringing a creative impulse into form or allowing it to come undone. A weaver of language, Graham subtly, deftly, but unsuccessfully attempts to delay the inevitable moment in poetic creation in which complexity of thought adopts form through language, and so realized is also reduced. In The End of Beauty ...


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