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Managing The Data Flow


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Presentation by Dr Christopher Smith, Associate Professor & Chair of Musicology at the Texas Tech School of Music, Musicology colloquium series, 4.8.2010

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Managing The Data Flow

  1. 1. Managing the data-stream<br />
  2. 2. Data in:<br />
  3. 3. Data in:<br />types of content<br />
  4. 4. Data in:<br />types of content<br />teaching<br />preparatory<br />followup<br />
  5. 5. Data in:<br />types of content<br />teaching<br />preparatory<br />followup<br />research<br />news<br />action items<br />followup<br />
  6. 6. Data in:<br />types of content<br />teaching<br />preparatory<br />followup<br />research<br />news<br />action items<br />followup<br />service<br />mentoring<br />colleagues<br />service duties<br />
  7. 7. Data in:<br />types of content<br />teaching<br />preparatory<br />followup<br />research<br />news<br />action items<br />followup<br />service<br />mentoring<br />colleagues<br />service duties<br />sources of content<br />paper-world<br />periodicals<br />OP's<br />web<br />web 2.0<br />
  8. 8. Data out<br />
  9. 9. Data out<br />types of content<br />
  10. 10. Data out<br />types of content<br />instruction<br />grad/IS<br />grad/seminars<br />UG/IS<br />UG/classes<br />
  11. 11. Data out<br />types of content<br />instruction<br />grad/IS<br />grad/seminars<br />UG/IS<br />UG/classes<br />administration<br />division<br />unit<br />college<br />campus<br />extra-campus<br />
  12. 12. Data out<br />types of content<br />instruction<br />grad/IS<br />grad/seminars<br />UG/IS<br />UG/classes<br />administration<br />division<br />unit<br />college<br />campus<br />extra-campus<br />supervision<br />
  13. 13. Data out<br />types of content<br />instruction<br />grad/IS<br />grad/seminars<br />UG/IS<br />UG/classes<br />administration<br />division<br />unit<br />college<br />campus<br />extra-campus<br />supervision<br />Tools<br />software<br />hardware<br />Protocols<br />
  14. 14. Data out<br />types of content<br />instruction<br />grad/IS<br />grad/seminars<br />UG/IS<br />UG/classes<br />administration<br />division<br />unit<br />college<br />campus<br />extra-campus<br />supervision<br />Tools<br />software<br />hardware<br />Protocols<br />Strategies<br />channeling<br />archiving<br />sequencing<br />"clear to empty"<br />
  15. 15. Closing thoughts & discussion<br />
  16. 16. Addenda: CJS data-management sources cited in presentation/discussion<br /><ul><li>File-sharing and –synching: sendspace (zip files), dropbox(automated online backups)
  17. 17. RSS reader: Google Reader
  18. 18. Tagging & bookmarking: delicious (screen-shot); sample CJS “pedagogy” tag bundle
  19. 19. Powerpointscreencasts: (CJS channel)
  20. 20. Firefox plugins: </li></ul>1-Click YouTube Video Downloader, Adblock Plus, Better YouTube, Delicious Bookmarks, DownloadHelper, DownThemAll!, Fast Youtube Downloader, Fireshot, FoxyTunes, Greasemonkey, Java Console, Morning Coffee<br /><ul><li>Firefox search keyword shortcuts</li></ul>I have “a”= amazon, “w”= wikipedia, “imdb” =, “g”= google, “ig”= google images, “fc”= fiddler’s companion, “mc”= mudcat, “yt”= youtube searches all set up as single-stroke keywords<br />