2019 Digital Projects Showcase
Friday, November 15, 2019 10am-1pm
Student Union West, Rooms 3804, 3805, 3806
10am-12pm: Posters and Streaming Media Session
12pm-1pm: World GIS Day Roundtable on Digital Maps in Research and Teaching with Dr. Felicia Bevel (History); Dr. Brent Mai (Dean of Library); Dr. Chris Baynard (Geographic Information Systems)
1. Dashboard for Extracting Regional Insights and Ranking Food Deserts in Northeast Florida
(Dr. Karthikeyan Umapathy, Associate Professor, School of Computing; Dr. Dan Richard, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology; Dr. Lauri Wright, Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics; Abhishek Singh, M.S. Data Science Student, Syracuse University; Abigail Conwell, Anthropology Major; Joseph Allen, M.S. Computer Science Student; Jess Goodkind, Grants & Research Manager, Feeding Northeast Florida; Paul Bell, Grants & Research Manager, Feeding Northeast Florida; Michael Neff, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Strategy Officer, Feeding Northeast Florida.)
Helping Feeding Northeast Florida to develop data-driven approaches to identify neighborhoods that are at-risk for hunger by developing a Food Desert GIS Dashboard with publicly available datasets.
2. Reverse Correlation
(Tylyn Dagsaan, BA in Psychology and Anthropology;
Celina Johnson, Psychology Major.)
Building Classification Images (CI) of mental representations using the reverse correlation approach.
3. University of North Florida: Measuring and Mapping the Footprint of Growth Over Time
(Dr. Chris Baynard, Associate Professor of Geograph and GIS; Monica Murray, Anthropology Major; Autumn Cummings, Information Science Major; Caroline Howard, Sociology Major; Cheyenne Black, Anthropology Major; Evelyn Thorpe, IDS Environmental Science Major.)
Examining the comprehensive growth of UNF over time, with remotely sensed aerial imagery and GIS techniques.
4. coloniaLab: Fall 2019 Update on Current Projects
(Dr. Clayton McCarl, Associate Professor of Spanish; Alexis Boulter, Spanish Major; Kathlina Brady, Political Science/Spanish Major; Aislinn Kelly, UNF English Alum; Mariana Mendieta, International Studies/Spanish Major; Amarilys Sanchez, History/Spanish Major; Emilia Thom, Exercise Science/Spanish Major; Teri Wilson, Anthropology/Spanish Major)
Transcribing and TEI-XML encoding manuscript and rare print materials related to the colonial period in Latin America.
5. Voces y Caras: Hispanic Communities of North Florida
(Dr. Constanza López, associate professor of Spanish; Salome Jaramillo, International Studies and Political Science Major; Pamela Martinez, Spanish and International Studies Major; Mariana Mendieta, Spanish and International Studies Major.)
Ongoing digital oral history project that engages heritage speakers of Spanish in recording interviews with members of the growing Hispanic/Latinx community to explore the power of people's stories, make hidden communities visible.
6. Photovoice: An Alternative Methodology for LGBTQ+ Ethnography
(Dr. Anne Pfister, Assistant Professor of Anthropology; Collin Mullis, Anthropology and Psychology Major.)
Exploring the use of photovoice as an ethnographic research method to investigate health and wellness in the LGBTQ+ community.
7. Mapping the Quixotic Imagination: Madrid in Pérez Galdós's Misericordia
(Dr. María Ángeles Fernández Cifuentes, associate professor of Spanish; Joshua Burton, Spanish Major; Isabella Cioffi, Spanish Major; Angelic Fleites, Spanish and International Studies Major, Diego Salinas, Music Performance Major, Georgina Wilson, Post-Baccalaureate in Spanish.)
Mapping the wanderings through 19th-century Madrid of the main characters of Benito Pérez Galdós’ famous novel, Misericordia (1897).
8. Deception Detection in Mediated Communication
(Dr. Christa L. Arnold, Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Dr. Margaret C. Stewart, Associate Professor of Communication Studies.)
Developing an effective methodology to discover cases of deception in mediated interactions such as conversations via social media, online dating platforms, and company reviews.
9.Embroidering for Peace and Memory
(Angelic Fleites, Spanish and International Studies Major.)
Creating a digital archive for the 400 pieces of embroidery produced by UNF and the North Florida community to commemorate Women’s History Month annually since 2012.
10. A Syllabus History for the UNF Semicentennial.
(Dr. Laura Heffernan, Associate Professor of English; Jonathan Meija, Interdisciplinary Studies Major; Emmalynn Myles, History Major; Cassidy Bowen, English Major.)
Recapturing the pedagogical history of what has happened in UNF classrooms for 50 years by archiving and interpreting syllabuses with Omeka.
11. The UNF-ADRELA Internship: Supporting the Development of an International DH Community.
(Dr. Clayton McCarl, Associate Professor of Spanish; Pamela Martinez, international Studies and Spanish Major.)
Reflecting on the first ever UNF internship for ADRELA, an International scholarly collective for digital research on Early Latin America.
12. Native Sun: The Flora of Sawmill Slough Preserve.
(Dr. Kally Malcolm-Bjorklund, Associate Professor of Art and Design; Rebecca Weiner, International Studies and Philosophy Major)
Creating an aesthetic record of the native flora found in the Sawmill Slough Preserve.
13. Streaming Films and Podcasts on: Muay Thai fighting, The History of the Sun-Ray Building, Iron Sculpture, Old Motels of Jacksonville, Permaculture Lawns, Midnight Dance, Passengers of the Skyway, Legend of the Florida Skink Ape, and more.
(Dr. Jillian Smith and students in AfterImage Documentary Production)
World GIS Day Roundtable: 12PM-1PM in Student Union West, Room 3806 featuring:
- Dr. Felicia Bevel, Department of History: “Rethinking the History of Racial Violence Spatially: The Digital Map as Pedagogy and Practice”
- Dr. Brent Mai, Dean of Thomas Carpenter Library: “Tracking Socio-Economic Movement Patterns—Across 250 Years and Six Continents”
- Dr. Chris Baynard, Department of Geographical and Information Science: “Flying below 400 feet: Imagery Acquisition and Analysis with Drones, Kites, Balloons, and Poles.”