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2015-09-21: InfoVis Spring 2015 Class Projects
In Spring 2015, I taught Information Visualization (CS 725/825) for MS and PhD students.  This time we used Tamara Munzner 's Visualization Analysis & Design textbook, which I highly recommend : "This highly readable and well-organized book not only covers ...

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2015-03-23: 2015 Capital Region Celebration of Women in Computing (CAPWIC)
On February 27-28, I attended the 2015 Capital Region Celebration of Women in Computing (CAPWIC) in Harrisonburg, VA on the campus of James Madison University.  Two of our graduating Masters students, Apeksha Barhanpur (ACM president) and Kayla Henneman (AC...

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2015-03-10: Where in the Archive Is Michele Weigle?
(Title is an homage to a popular 1980s computer game "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?" ) I was recently working on a talk to present to the Southeast Women in Computing Conference about telling stories with web archives ( slideshare ). In addition to...

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2014-11-20: Archive-It Partners Meeting 2014
I attended the 2014 Archive-It Partners Meeting in Montgomery, AL on November 18.  The meeting attendees are representatives from Archive-It partners with interests ranging from archiving webpages about art and music to archiving government webpages.  (Pres...

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2014-10-07: FluNet Visualization
(Note: This wraps up the current series of posts about visualizations created either by students in our research group or in our classes. I'll post more after the Spring 2015 offering of the course.) I've been teaching the graduate Information Visualization...

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2014-09-17: NEH ODH Project Directors' Meeting
On Monday (Sep 15), Michael and I attended the NEH Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors' Meeting at their new location in the Constitution Center in Washington, DC. We were invited based on our "Archive What I See Now" project being funded as a Di...

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2014-08-28: InfoVis 2013 Class Projects
(Note: This is continuing a series of posts about visualizations
created either by students in our research group or in our classes.) I've been teaching the graduate Information Visualization course since Fall 2011.   In this series of posts, I'm highlight...
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