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Stamps Professors Audrey Bennett and Ron Eglash and Stamps students discuss the project Seeing Heritage Algorithms.
A celebration of Information Architecture featuring talks on the 2019 World Information Architecture Day theme "Design for Difference."
An annual student-run “unconference” focusing on Library and Information Science.
The session will be facilitated by Anita Bohn, an Organizational Development Consultant at the University of Michigan.
Jane Prophet will present "Augmented Reality 3D Trees Developed through Participatory Design: Support Situated Sense-making of Scientific Data."
Chen Cheng will present "A Theory of Multiplexity: Sustaining Cooperation with Multiple Relationships."
Ben Grosser will present "Less Metrics, More Rando: (Net) Art as Software Research."
Over 100 UMSI undergraduate and graduate students are expected to participate in this student project showcase.
Associate professor in economics at the National University of Singapore Songfa Zhong will present "Putting Preference for Randomization to Work."
Joy Lisi Rankin will present "With Admins Like These, Who Needs Enemies?: Information Literacy 101."