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Pulling Together to Connect Hoccleve Functionality!

The Hoccleve Project has been overwhelmingly positive for me. From learning more use and in-depth information for JQuery, JSON use, and libraries such as XPath. Working more than 5 hours at a time in research, testing, implementing, and linking multiple additions from...

Learning ensues

My first semester with SIF is starting to come to a close. The search functionality for the Hoccleve Archive is almost done! Siting in the backseat for this project, I've learned a lot about back-end work for the archive. I helped clean up XML files alongside Zane...

Project Management Certificates and the SIF Program

First off, isn't it remarkable how fast time flies? Thanksgiving Break is right around the corner, and the SIF team is working hard to close a couple of projects by the end of the year. Today I want to take a brief moment to muse about the SIF program, its project...

Manuel’s Tavern VR Demo

We have made a lot more progress on the Manuel’s Tavern project. This time, with the collaboration of other SIF fellows, I was able to put together a sneak peak to the future of the project. Users can now look at the picture frames and have some information pop up to...

Flat Rock Update

Dr. Glover and I visited Flat Rock Archives in Lithonia, Georgia on October 18th. Johnny, the resident of the archives, was very kind and welcoming to us both. He gave me a brief history of the community and how this project would contribute to their archives.  The...

A Rubric for Student Evaluations (Physics Education Project)

During the Spring 2016 semester, I started a physics education project with Dr. Thoms of the Physics Department at GSU. I wrote a blog about it that can be found here. In that blog, I outlined the project and what Dr. Thoms and I are setting out to do. We have...

Loving JSON

For the last few months, I've been working on the DALN Project, a collection of literacy narratives by just regular people like you and me. Actually, I'm on there. Points to someone who can find my embarrassing freshman self on there. Anyways, coding for the DALN has...

A New Kind of CFP

A couple years ago, the Modern Language Association created a special task force to research and publish a special report, "Report of the MLA Task Force in Modern Language and Literature." Ok, so nothing about that sentence sounds special. But the impetus, aims, and...

RAP MAP – Tracing Atlanta’s Organized Noise

Following up from my last blog about what I have been doing at SIF, I wanted to go in to deeper detail of on the Rap Map project I have been working on. The reason I wanted to discuss this one particular project at length is because it is near completion i.e. we are...

Manuel’s Tavern Project Progress

Hi guys, I am very excited to be put on this project. I've been a fan of 3D graphics and game design. This project has all of it. The goal we are trying to achieve with this project is to recreate the soon-to-be-renovated Manuel's Tavern. This particular tavern has a...

99 (Plus) Bottles of Beer on the Wall…

99 bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around, 98 bottles of beer on the wall... If one of those bottles should happen to fall, 98 bottles of beer on the wall... One of the side effects of having immersed myself in the Unpacking...

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