Category Archives: Session Proposals

Proposals for unconference sessions from THATCamp participants.

Proposal: [Teach, Play] Process Mapping with LucidChart

Process mapping enables teams to document processes visually to serve a variety of needs (such as information communication, providing a basis for idea generation/brainstorming sessions, and process improvement discussion, to name a few). Learn the basics of process mapping and practice mapping with a free Google App (LucidChart).

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Proposal: [Tour] One Button Studio

Take a tour of the recently-launched One Button Studio! nd.libguides.com/onebutton In partnership with OIT, Hesburgh Libraries is pleased to announce the availability of the new One Button Studio, a fully-featured digital video production studio that is designed to be both powerful and easy-to-use, requiring no prior video production experience. The Studio, located in B-001B of […]

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Proposal: [Play] 5 Card Flickr Stories

Creativity exercise/warm-up: 5card.cogdogblog.com/ “This web site is designed to foster visual creativity by making stories out of photos. It is based completely on the Five Card Nancy game devised by comics guru Scott McCloud and the nifty web version at 741.5 Comics. However, rather than using randomly chosen panels of the old Nancy comic, my […]

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Proposal: Media scavenger hunt

based on: wp.me/prJu2-3ha The goal is to encourage people to think of their digital devices as tools they (and their students) can use for capturing media. A version of this could also be a great activity for a class. RULES: Work in teams of 3-5. Capture media on a phone or other digital recording device. All items must be original digital media, […]

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Marrying close and distant reading: A THATCamp project

The purpose of this page is to explore and demonstrate some of the possibilities of marrying close and distant reading. By combining both of these processes there is a hope greater comprehension and understanding of a corpus can be gained when compared to using close or distant reading alone. (This text might also be republished […]

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