The Tech Bar that was, the Tech Bar that is, and the Tech Bar that will be in supporting domains
Learn how we at St. Norbert College got off the ground running with our Domain of One’s Own project by building a support structure for this in the form of a Tech Bar. Whether you want to build a web based portfolio or record a podcast, one of our amazing students can facilitate the project. […]
Surveillance: Should we just give up?
Do you feel powerless in the face of commercial outsourcing of edtech? Do you feel ashamed of the work that you have to do some days? Do you feel your soul withering away each time you read another Edsurge article about proctoring, or analytics, or data? Come and join a group of people who feel […]
Roll with your own API: Skidmore’s first data streaming API
Physics research requires working with enormous data sets. Having access to dynamically-generated output figures in the classroom and lab to work with is critical for teaching and learning activities in class, as well as drawing useful conclusions during the research process. However, current methods to obtain on-the-fly data such as passing around a flash drive […]
Building System Capacity: SUNY’s Digital Journey
This presentation will share SUNY’s journey with a Domain of One’s Own. One of the unique aspects of SUNY’s Domain setup is that we have a shared setup between multiple campuses. Starting from a grant-funded program, it has been integrated into SUNY OER Services offerings. There is continued advocacy to push the initiative forward in […]
Fast, Cheap, and Under Control – 2023
Fast, Cheap, and Under Control 2023 – Web Video Stuff You Should Know – It’s a presentation AND a website! Back in the early twenty-teens, the DTLT team at the University of Mary Washington was hitting its zenith of experimentation (technology, not drugs). The digital storytelling course known as DS106 was wildly popular and had […]
Accused! ds106 on trial
The legendary digital storytelling class ds106 (https://ds106.us/) was born in the early days of the MOOC, when the blogosphere was hot and the web offered a wonderful world of unicorns and rainbows. But the web has been changing, the strands of social media that wired ds106 together and connected it to the outside world have […]
HAX, the wordpress killer.
TLDR; Details HAX is a visual web builder for producing content in a “forever” format known as HTML, with a wrinkle. Imagine being able to reprogram the <strong> tag. While silly, this would fundamentally change the way you build and develop everything on the web. When we describe HTML as forever, it’s because the HAX […]
The Illegal Mind of the Artist: file sharing, piracy, remix, and copyright.
Through the lens of personal art practices this talk will discuss perspectives on the impact of the internet and file sharing on remix artists and creators. From the 1990s to the present, the internet has revolutionized the way artists produce, share, and distribute their work. Artists and creators who have engaged in remixing and sampling […]
Showing Off: ePortfolios across the Curriculum
OU Create supports a variety of ePortfolios projects, helping both students and faculty share their work and demonstrate their skills. In this presentation, I will discuss several use cases and the varying builds for our ePortfolios, including individual sites within our centralized WordPress multisite, hand coded HTML sites in our DoOO servers, and customized WordPress-Elementor […]
The emergence of Virtual Pinball Culture and Table Creation as an Art Form
This presentation will focus on the online communities supporting the pinball arts, from vintage classic restoration, and user experience preservation, to custom Visual Pinball (vPin) cabinet making. These online communities are a fast-growing subculture of the pinball world. User-generated content drives playfield design, software and hardware interface development, and even novel use of augmented reality/Virtual […]