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Use scenarios in the development of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT)

Rich Gazan, Gregory H. Leazer, Christine L. Borgman, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Laura Smart, Dan Ancona, Rachel Michael Nilsson
2005 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This paper details the rationale, evolution and implementation of use scenarios-structured narrative descriptions of envisioned system use-in the development of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype.  ...  A user-centered, iterative design philosophy requires a common language between users, designers and builders to translate user needs into buildable specifications.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Jason Finley, Rich Mayer and the anonymous reviewers for their assistance and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.1450400149 fatcat:4g5q27atjfdwrgyrnoa66m334q

How geography professors select materials for classroom lectures

Christine L. Borgman, Gregory H. Leazer, Anne Gilliland-Swetland, Kelli Millwood, Leslie Champeny, Jason Finley, Laura J. Smart
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 joint ACM/IEEE conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '04  
A goal of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) project is to make primary resources in geography useful for undergraduate instruction in ways that will promote inquiry learning.  ...  Findings include functionality requirements for digital libraries and implications for the notion of digital libraries as a shared information environment.  ...  The gracious cooperation of the Departments of Geography at UCSB and UCLA have made the education and evaluation research on ADEPT possible.  ... 
doi:10.1145/996350.996390 dblp:conf/jcdl/BorgmanLGMCFS04 fatcat:4pivptrfnzhudkzucuydsxcjzq

What can Studies of e-Learning Teach us about Collaboration in e-Research? Some Findings from Digital Library Studies

Christine L. Borgman
2006 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
Both the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype Project (ADEPT) and the Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) project on data management leverage scientific research data for use in teaching.  ...  Personal digital libraries offer a middle ground between private control and public release of content, which is a promising direction for the design of digital libraries that will facilitate collaboration  ...  Acknowledgements ADEPT and CENS are both large collaborative projects. The education and evaluation research in ADEPT described here was conducted in 1999 christine l. borgman  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10606-006-9024-1 fatcat:j34tmi5cejbeno6tmlo73swtde

A Content Standard for Computational Models

Linda L. Hill, Scott J. Crosier, Terence R. Smith, Michael Goodchild
2001 D-Lib Magazine  
This work is part of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) project at the University of California, Santa Barbara, an NSF Digital Library II project (Alexandria Digital Library Project, 2001).  ...  ADEPT staff member Tim Tierney has developed an XML metadata creation tool based on the CSCM. Alexandria Digital Library Project. (2001). Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) .  ... 
doi:10.1045/june2001-hill fatcat:mzdnb74wqnbtxgbxmk6s3a4gx4

Comparing faculty information seeking in teaching and research: Implications for the design of digital libraries

Christine L. Borgman, Laura J. Smart, Kelli A. Millwood, Jason R. Finley, Leslie Champeny, Anne J. Gilliland, Gregory H. Leazer
2005 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
ADEPT is a 5-year project whose goals are to develop, deploy, and evaluate inquiry learning capabilities for the Alexandria Digital Library, an extant digital library of primary sources in geography.  ...  Among the implications for functionality and architecture of geographic digital libraries for educational use are that personal digital libraries are essential, because individual faculty members have  ...  The gracious cooperation of the Departments of Geography at UCSB and UCLA have made the education and evaluation research on ADEPT possible.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20154 fatcat:vtubt74zzzfhblynoespgdpc3q

From prototype to deployable system: Framing the adoption of digital library services

Leonard W. D'Avolio, Christine L. Borgman, Leslie Champeny, Gregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland, Kelli A. Millwood
2006 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype Project (ADEPT) is a 5-year (1999) (2000) (2001)(2002)(2003)(2004) effort, with a goal of developing effective models for implementing digital libraries in undergraduate  ...  The ADEPT team has created a digital learning environment (DLE) that adds educational value to a digital library by offering a suite of services for teaching.  ...  Without existing blueprints, the ADEPT team took an approach of iterative, formative evaluation; a process in which system design is studied in parallel with user needs and requirements (Borgman, Leazer  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.1450420178 fatcat:o6dxuijopnhppg4bvnxo46ekeu

Developing an Infrastructure for Sharing Environmental Models

Scott J Crosier, Michael F Goodchild, Linda L Hill, Terence R Smith
2003 Environment and Planning, B: Planning and Design  
The transition to digital technologies changes the relative importance of the four stages. We present a six-stage model of the process of searching for information in distributed digital libraries.  ...  We present a strawman structure for model metadata, explain the process used in its development, and invite its evaluation.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Alexandria Digital Library's Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) is supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement 9817432.  ... 
doi:10.1068/b12831 fatcat:vdkkqn7zz5asrlnj5jvhk767wm

Connecting students with the workplace [chapter]

Masuma pervin Mishu
2018 Shaping Higher Education with Students  
We would also like to acknowledge the support of all the UCL researchers who made this initiative possible, their names, titles and research areas can be found at http:// brainsciences/  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by two small grants from CALT to the irst author.  ...  In that particular time, the Library of Alexandria (Figure 2.1.1) was opened as a pearl of wisdom as the very irst research institute ever known in the history of the world.  ... 
doi:10.2307/j.ctt21c4tcm.13 fatcat:jh7og6mepneohggu3mcfkh33q4

Finding and using journal-article components: Impacts of disaggregation on teaching and research practice

Robert J. Sandusky, Carol Tenopir
2008 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This paper reports the results of a study into the use of discrete journal article components, particularly tables and figures extracted from published scientific journal articles, and their application  ...  Sixty participants were introduced to and asked to perform searches in a journal article component prototype that presents individual tables and figures as the items returned in the search results set.  ...  We thank Dania Bilal, Kimberly Black, Geof Bowker, Lorraine Normore, Boyd Rayward, and graduate students and faculty from the University of Tennessee's College of Communication and Information for constructive  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20804 fatcat:xznnit7t2jhfre5aoptmnbnnmu

4. The delicate art of commenting: Exploring different approaches to editing and their implications for the author-editor relationship [chapter]

Oliver Shaw, Sabrina Voss
2017 Publishing Research in English as an Additional Language: Practices, Pathways and Potentials  
To view a copy of this licence, visit or send a letter to Creative Commons,  ...  This work is licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) License.  ...  Acknowledgements We owe a special debt of gratitude to many people for their contributions to this volume, and for the gracious and enthusiastic way in which they have each played their part in its development  ... 
doi:10.20851/english-pathways-04 fatcat:xjtlamcxwnbmteaswel5mfbhle

Narrative theory unbound: queer and feminist interventions

2015 ChoiceReviews  
We are grateful to all who organized and participated in this Project Narrative Symposium sponsored by The Ohio State University for their vital contributions to the intellectual substance of this project  ...  T his book began as a conversation among the presenters and participants who gathered in Columbus, Ohio, from May 12 to May 14, 2011, to explore new directions in queer and feminist narrative theory.  ...  This model of theory building was crucial for the early formation of queer studies, and Sedgwick's work was compellingly adept at enacting the potency of self as case study.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.192704 fatcat:p4obxdfgvfc6fhkov2m676u2mi

Primary Encoder: Laura Weakly Designer: Karin Dalziel Encoders and Proofreaders: International Program Committee Local Organizing Committee Conference Volunteers Welcome to Digital Humanities 2013

Matt Bosley, Matthew Lavin, Elizabeth Lorang, Keith Nickum, Erin Pedigo, Hannah Vahle, Bethany Nowviskie, Craig Bellamy, John Bradley, Paul Caton, Carolyn Guertin, Ian Johnson (+61 others)
2013 unpublished
UNL is both a land-grant university and a university designated a "research university-very high activity" by the Carnegie Foundation. It has over 24,000 students from 130 countries.  ...  Welcome to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and to Digital Humanities 2013. The theme we have chosen for this year's conference is "Freedom to Explore."  ...  International Program Committee Acknowledgements The University of Queensland is proud to be in partnership with the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR) project to create a  ... 

From the Page of North Carolina Libraries: Intellectual Freedom? Censorship in North Carolina

Ralph Scott, Hugh Davis, Ryan Smith, Christian Burris, Carolyn Mccallum, Molly Keener, Sonia Archer-Capuzzo, Orolando Duffus, Tiffany Henry, Jada Jones, Stacey Krim, Clark Nall (+4 others)
1981 unpublished
Eletronic articles can be submitted online at: » To submit you must login; if needed you can register using the link in the header. » We use the Chicago Manual of Style (15th edition  ...  A Study of Users of the Liquid Galaxy Earth and Streetview Display at Davis Library.  ...  The case study focuses on the specific initiatives and evaluation methods implemented by the library for workforce development programs.  ... 

Information Architecture of CiteLens: A Visualization Tool for Context and Content Analysis of References in Traditional Humanities Monographs

Mihaela Ilovan
; second, I discuss the adoption of existing Digital Humanities tools and methodologies for the creation of a Problem Solving Environment geared towards collecting, enhancing, and analyzing citation data  ...  The contributions brought here are twofold: first, I present the information architecture and the features of a prototype citation analysis visualization tool for context and content analysis of citation  ...  Design and Prototyping The requirement analysis and specifications described in the previous chapter informed the design of CiteLens, a prototype for the in-text analysis of citation, and the design of  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-19c5-4p09 fatcat:c7juerwj45cpbgveex33rkegqm

The Art of vision: ekphrasis in medieval literature and culture

2016 ChoiceReviews  
He [Baudri] trims his verses to fit the exquisite tablets that his friend the Abbot of Séez gave him . . . broad enough to hold an hexameter, long enough to take eight lines, and coated with green wax,  ...  Baudri was very particular about the colouring of his capitals . . . because since the verses are very indifferent, he would like to make sure of readers by the beauty of the MS.  ...  In each case, the overview of history-whether temporal or geographical-serves to suspend the sequence of chronology, providing the reader with a synoptic glance that represents historical change in a nonlinear  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.196058 fatcat:avjtolycljapho6kmfch7whl3y
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