On Thursday evening, DigLibArts and Hartley House hosted our most successful High-Tech Happy hour to date.
Many thanks to our generous faculty presenters, Tessa Farmer (Anthropology), Brian Gross (Economics), Cinzia Fissore (Environmental Science), Bill Kronholm (Mathematics), and Sandy De Lissovoy (Art & Art History), for their informative presentations, and for everyone who came and asked questions, shared their experiences, and added to the dialogue.
Below are links to presentations and sites shared by the presenters.
Digital Ethnography by Tessa Farmer (Anthropology)
Flipping the Classroom by Brian Gross (Economics)
Omeka site for Principles of 2D Art by Sandy De Lissovoy
Sustainability Website by Cinzia Fissore (and students in Environmental Science)