This ‘GSLIS Media Lab’ post is a throwback to the good ol’ Podcast days when all you needed was two speakers, a WAV. file, and the enthusiasm of a small child as your imagination created the images that correlated with the sounds you heard (those were the days). Today, we present a Lunchtime Lecture hosted by Professor Laura Saunders and GSLIS student and Tech Lab/Usability All-Star Jeremy Guillette.
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If you missed the Study Abroad Session for either the Rome or Yonsei Experience, fear no more! Here it is in five part video just for you!
Below you’ll find commentary and information for the likes of the Dean’s Fellow Bethany Fair, and important information by Professors Jim Matarrazo, Gerald Benoit, Lisa Hussey, and Mary Jordan. This session also breaks down Financial Aid, as well. So enjoy this five part video on Study Abroad: The Rome and Yonsei Experience!
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The Rome Experience from the Lunchtime Lectures Series:
Presented by the Simmons Anti-Racism Working Group and PLG.
The Simmons Anti-Racism Working Group is organizing a series of events that examine the issues of race/racism in different areas of LIS. The first event features GSLIS professor Lisa Hussey, who talks about her own journey as a white librarian confronting race, white privilege, and racism as an academic subject and in the field.
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On March 29th, 2013 UXPA and ASIS&T sponsored a discussion with L Hood, Sr Manager of UXD and Information Design at ACI Worldwide. Discussion topics included how to plan and carry out user research, and a variety of field methods, such as: ethnographic studies, contextual inquiry,collaging, and roundtable usability testing.