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DH Toolkit : StoryMapJS

The user does not have to have a strong degree of technical literacy to make a StoryMap as the standard interface and optional modifications to your slides are very straight forward. 1,929 more words

GIS

Presentations from “HIST 037: Women in American History” — African Women and Slavery in the Colonial Era

Dear readers, I am continuing my lecture series with a new presentation called “African Women and Slavery in the Colonial Era.” I have spent the last three weeks working on this presentation, and I am very satisfied with the result. 225 more words

Summer/Fall, 2016

Oral presentation by random French girl

I am here in Britain for the summer school experience in Coventry and I really got impressed to see that some topics are universal. I have known through my linguistics courses in France that the body language could be, in some way, a national way to express ourselves. 633 more words

Sticky fingers, or: do we need to revisit the gloves debate?

For quite some time, archivists, conservators and special collections staff have been telling people that they don’t need gloves to handle paper records. The wonderful Rebecca Goldman (@derangedescribe) even did a… 761 more words

Preservation

Biology1010- Skin Cancer

I did a presentation on skin cancer in Biology 1010.  It was very interesting to learn about.  It was very intriguing to find out things about this disorder that I did not know before, having known that it runs in my family.   58 more words

Biology

Agile 2016 – Coaching Nightmares: Lessons We Can Learn From Gordon Ramsay

My presentation from Agile 2016 called “Coaching Nightmares: Lessons We Can Learn From Gordon Ramsay” is available on Slideshare.

When you look for inspiration in the Agile Coaching community, the name Gordon Ramsay is probably not the first name to come to mind.

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Agile

HRD Seminar – Mu-Chieh 'Laura' Ko, UM/Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science – 27 July 2016

Ms. Ko presented a seminar on “An Investigation of the Cyclogenesis Forecast  Ability of the HWRF Model by Invoking   the  GFDL Vortex Tracker”.

ABSTRACT: 

The purpose of this project is to validate the capability of the HWRF basin-scale model to predict cyclogenesis events using the GFDL vortex tracker. 195 more words

HFIP-Hurricane Forecast Improvement Project