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graphic novel, The Sculptor, McCloud give a presentation about the language of visual communication.   RSVPWhile an RSVP is not required, it is strongly recommended. Please RSVP here if you plan to attend. [form mccloud]         Parking and Directions Free and secure parking will be available in

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The Journal of Biological Sciences Launches Online

the a Principles and Practices of Biological Research course, students complete a cornerstone project and publish the results of that project in JBS. The mission of the journal is to provide undergraduate Biology major students the opportunity to learn critical thinking and academic research skills by establishing a hypothesis, testing

Spring 2018 DS Courses

Courses satisfy one of the following areas: A. Integrate digital media as tools for research and dissemination in traditional scholarship B. Examine cultural, social, ethical, or theoretical implications of new media technologies C. Apply digital technologies to practical applications involving problem-based learning D. Develop knowledge and skills in new media

Digital Studies Courses

DS courses must satisfy at least one of the following areas: Integrate digital media as tools for research and dissemination in traditional scholarship Examine cultural, social, ethical, or theoretical implications of new media technologies Apply digital technologies to practical applications involving problem-based learning Develop knowledge and skills in new media

Digital Trash Exhibition

how digital technology produces vast amounts of trash. Digital Trash is curated by James Brown, Director, DiSC and Robert Emmons, Associate Director, DiSC. The exhibition includes work by: Abraham Avnisan, Judd Morrissey and Jennifer Scappettone (USA); Katharine Behar (USA); J. R. Carpenter (UK); Martin Howse (UK); Chris Jordan (USA); Joana