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SHARI – An Integration of Tools to Visualize the Story of the Day [article]

Shawn M. Jones, Alexander C. Nwala, Martin Klein, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Raintale then uses the output of these tools to produce a visualization of the news story for a given day. We name this process SHARI (StoryGraph Hypercane ArchiveNow Raintale Integration).  ...  In this paper, we describe how to combine several existing tools with web archive holdings to perform news analysis and visualization of the "biggest story" for a given date.  ...  The StoryGraph Hypercane ArchiveNow Raintale Integration (SHARI) [6] process automatically creates stories summarizing news for a day. Figure 4 details what each tool contributes to the story.  ... 
arXiv:2008.00139v1 fatcat:blmczdhfnzf7bptt4bku3rtiba

Using interactive multimedia to document and communicate Inuit knowledge

Shari Gearheard
2005 Études / Inuit / Studies  
Texts and other forms of média remain important resources for documentation and communication in the North, but multimédia has the potential to grow into a key tool.  ...  Discussing a case study example of one multimédia project in Nunavut, this paper évaluâtes multimédia in the context of documenting and communicating Inuit knowledge.  ...  Acknowledgements In October of 2004, I was fortunate to be invited to the "Reversing Language and Knowledge Shift in the North?" symposium honouring Michael E. Krauss.  ... 
doi:10.7202/013934ar fatcat:dnkl5gsa2zau3a3klxod455yle

Public Libraries as Post-Crisis Information Hubs

Bradley Wade Bishop, Shari R. Veil
2013 Public Library Quarterly  
Shari R.  ...  Shari R.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01616846.2013.760390 fatcat:imo2chmvgravno2mtwsys3u4xu

Atom Tracker: Designing a Mobile Augmented Reality Experience to Support Instruction About Cycles and Conservation of Matter in Outdoor Learning Environments

Amy M. Kamarainen, Shari Metcalf, Tina A. Grotzer, Craig Brimhall, Chris Dede
2016 International Journal of Designs for Learning  
An augmented reality interface was chosen due to theoretical support for its utility in supporting interaction with multiple representations (both physical and virtual) of atoms and molecules, the ability  ...  We describe a mobile augmented reality (AR) experience called Atom Tracker designed to help middle school students better understand the cycling of matter in ecosystems with a focus on the concept of conservation  ...  All opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Institute for Education Sciences, the National Science Foundation  ... 
doi:10.14434/ijdl.v7i2.19430 fatcat:yms2sn7a4bhxvahhicyn7ulrse

A Work-In-Process Literature Review: Incorporating Social Media in Risk and Crisis Communication

Shari R. Veil, Tara Buehner, Michael J. Palenchar
2011 Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management  
This work-in-process literature review gives an overview of recent insight in the incorporation of social media in risk and crisis communication.  ...  Best practices in risk and crisis communication are summarized, examples of social media tools used to manage risks and crises are expounded, and recommendations for practitioners are provided to incorporate  ...  Berman, Abraham, Battino, Shipnuck, and Neus (2007) contend that at the very minimum, an organization should provide a description of its history, make use of links, and provide logos and visuals to establish  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-5973.2011.00639.x fatcat:4tscy46xyngojk7eef2n4wkyny

Challenges in Community-Research Relationships: Learning from Natural Science in Nunavut

Shari Gearheard, Jamal Shirley
2009 Arctic  
The Nunavut research licensing process under the Scientists Act is an important opportunity for communities, scientists, and regulatory agencies to negotiate power relationships.  ...  However, the standards and procedures used to evaluate research impact remain unclear, as does the role of communities in the decision-making process for research licensing.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This paper is the result of informal discussions we had at the 14th Inuit Studies Conference in Calgary, Alberta, 11-15 August 2004.  ... 
doi:10.14430/arctic266 fatcat:dcczjo7xyjb3bkzgwamla7zjdu

Implementation of a Differentiated Instruction Initiative: Perspectives of Leaders

Jessica Whitley, Cheryll Duquette, Suzanne Gooderham, Catherine Elliott, Shari Orders, Amy Klan
2021 Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy  
Our findings reflect a strong belief system of most of the participants with respect to the foundations of DI as well as an understanding of effective approaches to professional learning and school change  ...  Literature to date has focused heavily on the experiences of educators, with limited attention given to the role of leadership in implementing DI in schools.  ...  As a result, while verbally acknowledging the importance of DI, the principals' behaviour and practice did not reflect an integration of this framework.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1078517ar fatcat:pcbdml5lp5azdk2ojjfceuoare

Prosody in First Language Acquisition - Acquiring Intonation as a Tool to Organize Information in Conversation

Shari R. Speer, Kiwako Ito
2009 Language and Linguistics Compass  
Understanding how children acquire prosody and develop the mapping between prosody and other aspects of language is crucial to any effort to model the role of prosody in the processing system.  ...  We focus on two aspects of prosody that have been shown to play a primary role in its use as an organizational device in human languages, prosodic phrasal grouping, and intonational prominence.  ...  , visual context, and contrastive interpretation of accentual prominence with Shari R.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1749-818x.2008.00103.x fatcat:ce77nftluvezphgicduuxrwfpe

Search protocols for hidden forensic objects beneath floors and within walls

Alastair Ruffell, Jamie K. Pringle, Shari Forbes
2014 Forensic Science International  
The burial of objects (human remains, explosives, weapons) below or behind concrete, brick, plaster or tiling may be associated with serious crime and are difficult locations to search.  ...  This blend allows a rudimentary search workflow, from remote desktop study, to non-destructive investigation through to recommendations as to how the above may inform excavation.  ...  story.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2013.12.036 pmid:24582079 fatcat:6nnci4a5trc2lfxkswz33axn3q

A Framework for Enhancing Access to Equitable Home Care for 2SLGBTQ+ Communities

Andrea Daley, Shari Brotman, Judith A. MacDonnell, Melissa St. Pierre
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
underscore the relevance and effectiveness of the Framework as a tool to support systematic organizational assessment, evaluation, and implementation of access and equity strategies.  ...  Drawing on key findings from the 2SLGBTQ+ Home Care Access Project, a mixed-methods, Ontario-wide study, this paper animates an Access and Equity Framework, using participant stories and perspectives to  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to express gratitude to the perspectives and insights of the project's Community Advisory Committee members, as well as the 2SLGBTQ+ home care service user, home  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17207533 pmid:33081204 fatcat:polvdphzurc3rogtewpjjaph6m

Bringing Home the Crisis: How US Evening News Framed the 2011 Japan Nuclear Crisis

Nicholas T. Iannarino, Shari R. Veil, Alfred J. Cotton
2014 Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management  
While much of the crisis-framing research has been content analysis-driven, providing numbers and percentages of news stories that fit a certain story type, it is also important to examine how shifts in  ...  Crisis communication scholars have used framing theory to argue that how the media characterizes varying aspects of a crisis can influence the public's perception of the event.  ...  On 28 March,ABC observed,'it certainly seems the story shifts day by day'.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-5973.12068 fatcat:hb2cp5qhpnhltekawzocyyov4a

Learning to Reason about Ecosystems Dynamics over Time: The Challenges of an Event-Based Causal Focus

Tina A. Grotzer, Amy M. Kamarainen, M. Shane Tutwiler, Shari Metcalf, Chris Dede
2013 BioScience  
For instance, a time-traveling tool allows students to go back and forth in time to see the subtle changes that they missed.  ...  And I know that a lot of, how many groups started with fertilizer as the beginning of that story? A lot of groups did."  ... 
doi:10.1525/bio.2013.63.4.9 fatcat:t3ifx4ev6vfd3h5t6gcscrjk2e

The health equity implementation framework: proposal and preliminary study of hepatitis C virus treatment

Eva N. Woodward, Monica M. Matthieu, Uchenna S. Uchendu, Shari Rogal, JoAnn E. Kirchner
2019 Implementation Science  
Conclusion: The Health Equity Implementation Framework showcases one way to modify an implementation framework to better assess health equity determinants as well.  ...  Methods: We integrated and modified two conceptual frameworks-one from implementation science and one from healthcare disparities research to develop the Health Equity Implementation Framework.  ...  Thank you to the VA clinical providers who provided ways to arrange HCV treatment referrals from our preliminary study while protecting the personal health and identifiable information of the participants  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13012-019-0861-y fatcat:n2ylau5fpncwng3drm4tjvnocy

Moving toward a neuroplasticity view of bilingualism, executive control, and aging

2014 Applied Psycholinguistics  
We conclude with several recommendations for how the field ought to proceed to achieve a more multifactorial view of bilingualism that emphasizes the notion of neuroplasticity over that of simple bilingual  ...  Our ultimate goal is to advance the view that these issues should be reframed as a specific instance of neuroplasticity more generally and, in particular, that researchers should embrace the individual  ...  the day in their L1 and part of the day in their L2.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0142716414000174 fatcat:7lmn7mhzc5b5tdlf7w6j4gaz3q

Identity, Refugeeness, Belonging: Experiences of Sexual Minority Refugees in Canada

2011 Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie  
Therefore, an integral aspect to how sexual minority refugees survive and thrive may be the degree to which they establish support networks within affirming communities.  ...  The interviews with refugee participants began with the creation of a visual concept map of their migration pathway.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1755-618x.2011.01265.x pmid:22214042 fatcat:4fl23n2fqvbe7ovu5rj4qcvequ
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