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The local edition of World IA day takes place at the Ann Arbor District Library this Saturday.
This year's QuasiCon theme is Outreach and Engagement.
Returned Peace Corps volunteer and UMSI grad student John Traylor is applying information technology to humanitarian causes.
An app grows simulated 3D trees from live environmental data displayed using augmented reality (AR).
A leading figure in the Black Arts Movement, UMSI alum Dudley Randall is featured by New York Times.
UMSI graduate students shared their work at a recent Data for Public Good Symposium on the U-M campus.
Poet, publisher, librarian and UMSI alumnus Dudley Randall (AMLS ’51) is the subject of a NY Times "Overlooked" feature.
Assistant professor Michael Nebeling has received a grant from Mozilla to reimagine how augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) content operates in browsers.
Attitudes about data sharing change when the research data includes classroom video.
A new report aims to help consumers and policy makers understand what APIs are, what APIs companies offer and what the privacy implications of APIs are.
How can a simple game of Rock, Paper, Scissors help high school students learn to code in Python?