Week 10 – Presentations

Our last class together is devoted to student presentations about their research for the quarter. The presentation order was determined by a random number generator:

  1. Dean HudsonMusic In Disruption (slideshare)
  2. Melissa Bird-VogelGoogle Books (ppt)
  3. Katia Farage – title (slideshare)
  4. John StangNewspapers: Bridge From Past To Future (slideshare)
  5. Rose Egge – title (slideshare)
  6. Nicole MaroutsosHow Radio Programming Has Adopted With Technology (slideshare)

BREAK

  1. Shelby BarnesFlash Mobs: Experiment Turned Fad (slideshare)
  2. Lynne WatanabeTelemetry (slideshare)
  3. Lisa Li – title (slideshare)
  4. Danielle Gatsos – title (slideshare, video clip)
  5. Janna Quedado – title (slideshare)

BREAK

  1. Inge Scheve – title (slideshare)
  2. Marc Pease – title (slideshare)
  3. Antika EmyaemThailand’s TV Broadcasting (slideshare)
  4. Anna PanPast, Present and Future of Facebook (slideshare)
  5. Sam AitymbetovThe Evolution of Machine Translation (slideshare)

WRAP UP:
Questions about final project and course evaluations

word count

Word Count In Present-Future Paper

Assignments

  • Final paper, final slides and annotated bibliography (Catalyst CollectIt document) due 17 March (6 pm)
  • Web version of paper/biblio due 19 March (6 pm)
  • Both the presentation and web-delivered version of your paper should be “announced” via blog post (a best practice, thinking about your RSS feed as a content distribution system).
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