For my final project in Info Vis this semester, I decided to revisit one of my favorite subjects: George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series. Below is the text … Continue reading
As part of my coursework for completing my MLIS, I (along with three of my talented peers) created a three-part plan for an in-house art gallery, venue, and accompanying programming … Continue reading
For this semester’s Information Visualization class, we were assigned the following: “Create a visualization that depicts the various families, factions, and allegiances in the Game of Thrones series. This visualization … Continue reading
As part of my references services coursework, I developed this website as a guide for librarians who are interested in copyright issues pertaining to their field. Feel free to let … Continue reading
Presented as part of my final project for Professor Scott Nicholson’s Fall 2012 course, Meaningful Gamification; I give you The Future of Gamification in Libraryland.
One quote that really stood out to me this week among our readings in Meaningful Gamification is also the one that really rankles. From Sanford: “Points are for people with no … Continue reading
This is one of the neatest infographics I have ever seen. In case the title isn’t a dead giveaway, this poster-sized graphic is designed to help you (via text descriptions … Continue reading