Author Archives: Todd Bryant

Research process using AI for an undergraduate English student

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Background – This demonstration is one simplified theoretical example of how students can use AI to improve their research and also layout the process broadly step by step. As of now, all the tools mentioned below are free to use … Continue reading

CIV 5 Mod, Western World in 1492 Historical Scenario

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The Dickinson College 1492 Historical Scenario¬†mod for Civilization V, created by Patrick Schlee¬†and Edwin Padilla and advised by Professor Ed Webb and Todd Bryant, aims to provide a historical environment representing Europe and the Americas with the greatest possible historical … Continue reading

Civ 5 Mod, Colonization of Africa historical scenario

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The Dickinson College Colonization of Africa mod for Civilization V, created by Shayna Solomon and Edwin Padilla and advised by Professor Ed Webb and Todd Bryant, aims to teach students the decision-making process of both colonial leaders and those leaders … Continue reading

Willoughby Workshops: Tech, Teaching, and Research

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We’re just about set for our week of workshops on Monday. These don’t include our discussions and break-out sessions. As always, all of our notes are public. Monday Delicious, Twitter, and Google+ Blogs, RSS, and Collaborative Writing Open Content Tuesday … Continue reading

Motion Bubble Visualization

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Select your x axis, y axis, bubble size and set colors to unique. If we use homicides and GDP per capita, do we see a correlation of time. If so, the bubbles should move up and to the right, or … Continue reading

Bubble Chart Tutorial

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Select your x axis, y axis, bubble size and set colors to unique. If we use # of immigrants and unemployment rate for each axis, we’d expect to find a correlation, so bubbles should move from lower left to upper … Continue reading

Willoughby Workshops

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Next week we’ll have our Willoughby workshops, a week of hands on practice for faculty to use and discuss technologies that can help with their teaching and/or research. Most of our notes, as always, are public Google Docs. We’ll encourage … Continue reading

Dickinson Study Abroad

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Dickinson study abroad, Fall 2013 and Academic Year 2013-2014 Nodes are either majors or locations. Edges are created by each major going to a destination. Size of node determined by connectionss (degrees). Download then open this file with Gephi. FYI, … Continue reading