Interview with Old Stone House Executive Director Kimberly Maier

June 10, 2019 / 0 comments

Executive Director Kimberly Maier, Photo from Kimberly Maier When thinking of the Old Stone House, digital is likely not the first thing that comes to mind. Important in many eras of Brooklyn and American history, the building was a focal point in the Battle of Brooklyn, it was the original clubhouse of the Brooklyn Dodgers and…

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“Muse your museum life” — How I Met JiaJia Fei

June 4, 2019 / 0 comments

“My Muse of Museum Life” — How I Met JiaJia Fei https://medium.com/media/543c2d8e25ef1a1b19eff7d8b023ed09/href The following is an interview with JiaJia Fei, Director of Digital at the Jewish Museum, New York City. I met JiaJia on March 14th. But before that, I met her through social media. Every photo she posted was a reflection of her perspective on art, space, and…

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#infoshow19 Program Booklet

May 15, 2019 / 0 comments

Please find the #infoshow19 program booklet, available as a PDF and in print at the show. Author information Student Work | The post #infoshow19 Program Booklet appeared first on #infoshow.

Information visualization for international students in NYC

May 14, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction In New York, there are more and more international students from all over the world. They come here to gain a higher education. To study and live in such a big city, international students must face more challenges and difficulties than a native student. As an international student in New York, I remembered when……

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“Seeing Through Photographs” – Evaluation of MoMA’s online course

May 13, 2019 / 0 comments

The Museum of Modern Art provides a variety of educational classes to the public available through Coursera, an online provider. Out of the classes offered, we have investigated the digital analytics of “Seeing Through Photographs” course to understand the degrees of participant satisfaction and its influence on learners enrollment, drop-off and course completion. Eventually, we…

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The development of chinese women rights and indian women rights

May 13, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction On Feb 18, 1997, I was born in a small town in China. It was a joyful event where few of my families were cheerful, because I was a girl. My mom was blamed for my birth as a girl and my grandma rarely hugged me before she was gone. When I was 12,……

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Understanding the impact of military conflicts on the destruction of cultural heritage in the 20th and 21st centuries

May 13, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction “Cultural heritage” is a broad term that is worth defining before proceeding with this report. According to UNESCO, the United Nations agency tasked with documenting and preserving cultural heritage, the term can be broken down into tangible and intangible cultural heritage. Examples of intangible cultural heritage include performances, rituals, and languages. This project focused……

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League of Legends Data Visualization

May 13, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction League of Legends (LoL) is a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and macOS. It is a team-oriented 5 vs 5 esports video game. The characters in the game are called champions. In the latest game patch, there are 143 champions for players to choose,……

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Re-design of Seton Hall University Libraries Website

May 12, 2019 / 0 comments

  Project Summary Timeline My Role Goal January – May 2019 I was a UX designer, designing this product end-to-end from research to prototype To completely transform the university library’s website in order to provide help to undergraduate students at their points of need   Problem Statement How Might We make it easier for undergrad…

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SHU Design Story by Armon Burton of Curious Solomon

May 12, 2019 / 0 comments

About the Project Overview: This project involved redesigning the information architecture and improving the user experience of Seton Hall University Libraries website.  The Seton Hall University Libraries support excellence in academic and individual work, enable inquiry, foster intellectual and ethical integrity and respect for diverse points of view through user-focused services and robust collections as the intellectual…

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“Alexa, Tell Me a Joke”: An Analysis of Humor-Based User Interactions with Intelligent Personal Assistants

May 12, 2019 / 0 comments

This study examines humorous interactions with intelligent personal assistants (IPA/IPAs). The respective IPAs include Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, and Apple Siri. Many discussions of a wide-ranging review helped to define the goal to classify user utterances, IPA responses, and user ratings of IPA responses.Resulting user ratings and joke descriptions from online diaries and…

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Manhattan’s cartoon food map

May 12, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction: Do you have an impression about food in Manhattan? Or if you would like to find some great Chinese food, where would you probably look for? You may not know every types of cuisine, but you may know one or two. My map is a combination of those cuisine data and subjective impression in……

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Abortion rights in the united states

May 11, 2019 / 0 comments

by Joanna Thompson & Taylor Norton Introduction Even though the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalized access to abortion in the United States, there have been continuous attempts to partially or fully restrict this access. Most recently, the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, who supports the overturn of Roe v. Wade, as well as the passing……

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Info Vis Makeunders: Less is More with Two Dyslexia Info Graphics

May 11, 2019 / 0 comments

Specific Learning Disorders in Reading (commonly known as Dyslexia) affect approximately 10 – 15% of the population (the official estimates are between 5 -12% but have been reported as high as 20%). The International Dyslexia Association gives the following definition: “Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurobiological in origin. It is characterized by……

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Sensation Map of NYC

May 11, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Ever since I started my journey of visualizing data in the past few months, I’ve had a lot of fun and was able to interpret the patterns/meanings behind the datasets, also, I’ve learned there are something that can’t be measured or express neutrally throughout the information visualization works. Thus, I’d like to add a……

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The Video Game Industry Explained

May 11, 2019 / 0 comments

Everyone plays games. Some more than others but everyone know what they are, has experienced them and engages in playful behavior. Video Games specifically, have developed out of the technological advances that have been developed over time and have now been around for a few years. How have they evolved and how have supply and……

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Girls, Girls Studies, & Platform Feminism: Feminism in the Digital Age

May 11, 2019 / 0 comments

The feminist climate today has been characterized by its dependence on the internet and the belief that gender equality may be achieved if policies and practices are intersectional. Contemporary discussions and theories often focus on the role of technology in feminism and the activism present on social media. However, feminist studies have been largely adult-centric,…

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How data visualization increases the digital interactions by visualizing trends of Taiwan

May 11, 2019 / 0 comments

Taiwan Trend 1 (interact with the graph on below link) What did GDP per capita change among countries in Asia over the past 60 years Taiwan Trend 2 (interact with the graph on below link) WHAT COUNTRY’S MOVIE WAS POPULAR IN TAIWAN IN 2017? Introduction of Taiwan’s Trend in Visualization Have you ever felt overwhelming……

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Going Rogue: A Focus on Conversation and Co-Creation in Digital Learning and Interpretation at MoMA

May 10, 2019 / 0 comments

Photo by William Iven on Unsplash Let me paint the scene, two years ago I was sitting at my desk in my tiny Brooklyn apartment where I worked remotely for a company in Upstate New York. Working from home is great in theory but in reality when you’re sitting at a desk alone day in and…

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Portfolio Showcase

May 10, 2019 / 0 comments

View the portfolios of our graduating students at the Portfolio Showcase, including work from Library & Information Science, Information Experience Design, and Data Analytics & Visualization programs. On view in room 606 from 5:30-7:30pm at #infoshow19, May 17th, 2019. Check-back on this page for a list of student portfolios that will be on display. Author…

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