Visualizing Agricultural Land Cover Change in Zambia

Victoria Breeze, Department of Geography

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN4RHgjt0Ig[/embedyt]

 

The Religious Soundmap of the Global Midwest: Process, Project, and Possibilities

Bobby Smiley, Michigan State University Libraries

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/dpCLo9okSqM[/embedyt]

 

Three Spatial Tools Useful for Environmental Journalism: Aerial Imagery at MSU, NASA Satellite Imagery, and Computer Modeling

David Poulson, School of Journalism

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/0l5jWuzBUYw[/embedyt]

 

Immersive Multimedia and Pedagogy

Tommy Truong, Eric Martin, and John Frey, College of Arts and Letters

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/J-4UR2PxXxc[/embedyt]

 

K-12 Teachers: Navigating Digital Mathematics Tools and Resources

Eryn Michelle Stehr, Program in Mathematics Education, College of Natural Science | College of Education

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/6basi5HF9kg[/embedyt]

 

Sherlock and Science: Using Clues to Promote Curiosity in an Interdisciplinary, Technology-Driven, Classroom

Georgina Montgomery, Lyman Briggs College and Department of History

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/GLIrWmgS9Hk[/embedyt]

 

Learning from my Students: Evolving ideas of the Utility of Humanities Technology in the Classroom

David T. Bailey, Department of History

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/LZdKWcCcuos[/embedyt]

 

Media and Information Literacy: A Pedagogical Approach to 21st Century Skills

Sarah Gretter, Educational Psychology and Education Technology

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/Od22UCjr1kg[/embedyt]

 

Teachers Teaching Teachers: Using Technology to Foster Creativity in STEM

Rohit Mehta and Chris Seals, Educational Psychology and Educational Technology

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/kaW2oOctLrk[/embedyt]

 

Human Rights, Lefts, Ups and Downs: Using State Department Reports to Explore the Evolution of Multi-Dimensional Human Rights Practices and Standards around the Globe

Kevin Greene and Michael Colaresi, Department of Political Science

Reading Mansfield Park: Comparative Topic Modeling

Laura McGrath, Department of English; Savannah Smith, Department of English

(Video not available)

 

Topic Modeling Urdu Poetry

Sean Pue, Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages

(Video not available)

 

From a Distance: Affective Responses To Otherness in German Literature between 1779-1961

Anne von Petersdorff-Campen, German Studies

(Video not available)

 

PromptMe: Helping Teachers Write Better Assignment Sheets

Laura Gonzales, Rebecca Zantjer, and Howard Fooksman, Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SzMWLoR4C8[/embedyt]

 

First Story Toronto Mobile App

Heather Howard, Anthropology

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/xvpL-3wQ7sQ[/embedyt]

 

Mapping Germany: Teaching Literature and Culture with Digital Media

Elizabeth Mittman and Krsna Santos, German Studies

(Video not available)

 

 Digital Atlas of Egyptian Archaeology

Ethan Watrall, Anthropology and Matrix

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/MWfJE6QBz9Y[/embedyt]

 

A Work in Progress: Using GIS to map Rahel Levin Varnhagen’s Correspondence Networks

Kathryn McEwen, German Studies

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/C24l22hPS6Y[/embedyt]

 

Zulus on Display: Mapping Narratives of Ethnicity Using StoryMapJS

Liz Timbs, History

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/3jYsb4zbUGM[/embedyt]

 

Kenya-Tweet: (Almost) Real-Time Geospatial Tweet Mapping

Brian Geyer, Anthropology

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/Re5FszWE65k[/embedyt]

 

MSU Vietnam Group Archive

Dean Rehberger, Matrix and History

[embedyt] https://youtu.be/zuH9hXU0cR4[/embedyt]