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New Paltz as Classroom: Using an augmented reality game (ARG) for site-based learning

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Click here to access Dr. Maynard’s Powerpoint Presentation

Hawksites 201: Building Blogs at SUNY New Paltz

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Click here to access Dr. Greene’s Google Slides Presentation

Click here to access the worksheet from the presentation: Worksheet

Manage Your Citations Like a Pro!

Manage Your Citations: Presentation

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Citations Comparison Chart Handout

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Google and the Mobile Researcher
by Lydia Willoughby
Paperpile
MetaPDF

Zotero
by Madeline Veitch
Zotero
Zotero Quick Start Guide

Mendeley
by Heather Shimon
Mendeley
Mendeley Guides & Tutorials

Digital Video Essay Workshop

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Digital Video Essay Workshop

by Melissa Y. Rock (Geography, Asian Studies)

November 17th, 2015 (9:30-11am)
at the Teaching and Learning Center.

 

Mapping Knowledge

MappingKnowledge

Mapping Knowledge
led by Annie Swafford (English)

November 4th (10am-noon)
at the  Teaching and Learning Center.

Click here for instructions from the workshop.

Gender and Geography Bibliography Hackathon

Gender and Geography Bibliography Hackathon! (November 20th, 12:30-2pm)

at the Teaching and Learning Center.

Work for Social Justice + Hone Computer Skills

The GGB Hack involves over 50 committed scholars and hundreds of students who will work together to expand and organize the Gender & Geography Bibliography (GGB). SUNY New Paltz will be one of the nodes contributing to this endeavor!

The GGB Hack contributes to  public knowledge, while providing training in the citation management software, Zotero.

Skills and time involved are minimal. A faculty mentor will help guide the group to find more sources at each node.

You only need to bring the following:

* a laptop
(limited loaners available)
*  your determination to make a better world, and
*  your curiosity!

Drop in or stay!

Sponsored by the DASH Lab & SUNY New Paltz Geography Department.

 

 

 

 

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