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New Modes of Research - Teagle Summer Institute - 13_0612

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This presentation was given to the Teagle Summer Institute on June 12, 2013. It covered 5 areas of research that might be brought into the classroom: Data, Maps, RSS, 3D Printing, and Open Knowledge.

This presentation was given to the Teagle Summer Institute on June 12, 2013. It covered 5 areas of research that might be brought into the classroom: Data, Maps, RSS, 3D Printing, and Open Knowledge.

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    • 1. Teagle SummerInstituteJune 11, 2013Jeffrey LancasterEmerging TechnologiesCoordinator
    • 2. 5 Index CardsNumbered 1 - 5
    • 3. 1. Data
    • 4. GapminderData and visualization together with multiple variables: gapminder.org
    • 5. Data Visualization: The Observatory@ MITData and visualization together in multiple visualizations: atlas.media,mit.edu
    • 6. Inter-university Consortium for Political andSocial ResearchData-Driven Lesson Resources for Instructors: www.icpsr.umich.edu
    • 7. Data Services @ ColumbiaNumeric and spatial data catalogs: library.columbia.edu/locations/dssc/data
    • 8. Ashley JesterData Services Coordinatorashley.jester@columbia.edu@ashleyrjesterJane WeintropData Services Librarianweintrop@columbia.eduHeather van VolkinburgData Librarianhvanvolk@columbia.edu@Heather_V2
    • 9. 2. Maps
    • 10. Google MapsYou probably already know what this is. So do your students.
    • 11. Google Maps AdvancedGoogle Street View Hyperlapse: vimeo.com/63653873
    • 12. Wind MappingSensor networks collecting public real-time data: hint.fm/wind
    • 13. Data + MapsEnergy consumption model from the Modi Group: modi.mech.columbia.edu
    • 14. ArcGISArcGlobe, ArcMap, ArcScene: a powerful suite of GIS tools
    • 15. eremiah TrinidadGIS/Map Librarianjt2118@columbia.eduEric GlassGIS/Metadata Librarianecg2104@columbia.edu
    • 16. 3. RSS
    • 17. feed://news.columbia.edu/cu-news/feedRSSRSS = Really Simple Syndication – a protocol to deliver content (e.g. feed://…)RSS Reader – a tool to parse and format RSS content (e.g. Google Reader)
    • 18. if [ ] then [ ].post tofacebookpost totwitterif [ ] then [ ].check inat airportemailMomif [ ] then [ ].RSS itemstarredadd todraft postif [ ] then [ ].RSS itemtaggedadd togoogledocif trigger then action .ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT
    • 19. RSS item tagged add to googledocRSS item starred add to draft postcheck in at airport email Mompost to facebook post to twitterif trigger then action .if then .if then .if then .if then .ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT
    • 20. A good guide to what apps you should know/useifttt.com – if THIS then THAT
    • 21. Science @ ColumbiaA community platform for the Sciences & Engineering at Columbia
    • 22. 4. 3D Printing
    • 23. 3D Printing – Not just gunsMakerbot Replicator 2, now in the Libraries: 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
    • 24. 3D Modeling Software3D models can be designed in any number of software programs,including:123D Design - free3DS Max @ DSCAutoCAD @ DSCblender - freeFreeCAD - freeMaya @ DSCMeshLab - freeOpenSCAD - freeRhino3DSketchUp - freeSolidWorksThingiverse Customizer - freeZBrush
    • 25. 5. Open Knowledge
    • 26. ORCID, ResearcherID, etc.Unique identifiers for researchers to cross-reference publications, activities, etc.John Smith vs. J. Smith vs. John D. Smith vs.J. D. Smith vs. JD Smith vs. …Wang Kim vs. W. Kim vs. Kim Wang vs. K. Wang …ORCID: 0000-0003-0458-2127ResearcherID: J-6870-2012
    • 27. figshare.comShare research components to make them discoverable & citable; get metrics
    • 28. Academic CommonsColumbia’s open access institutional repository
    • 29. Rob HillikerDigital Repository Managercademiccommons.columbia.eduKathryn PopeScholarly Communicationsscholcomm.columbia.eduAlex GilDigital Scholarship Coordinatoragil@columbia.edu@elotroalex
    • 30. SlideShareSlides, metrics, and sharing at: slideshare.net/jeffreylancaster
    • 31. Slides available at: slideshare.net/jeffreylancasterThank you.Jeffrey LancasterEmerging Technologies Coordinatorjeffrey.lancaster@columbia.edu@j_lancaster

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