Beyond Bow Ties – Preliminary Implementation and Analysis

Beyond Bow Ties – Preliminary Implementation and Analysis [PDF] Beyond Bow Ties Preliminary Implementation and Analysis Saturday, May 10, 2014 Christian Martine, Project Manager Kelsey Carter, Designer Melissa Coggins, Designer Patrick Ozark, Developer   Beyond Bow Ties Preliminary Implementation   Current Research Questions How did the coeducation decision affect social and academic environments in the years …

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A Charter and Preliminary Development

Group projects in college have been learning experiences for me. Generally, groups run smoothly as they are short-term obligations in which there is a defined deliverable with a relatively limited amount of work. When group work has failed in the past, there have often been misunderstandings from the beginning, particularly expectations of quality, understandings of …

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A Day With the Scholars’ Lab

Nothing quite starts the day like your professor jumping out of the Enterprise saying, We’re taking a big ass van to Charlottesville. And then Tweeting about it. Drivin a big ass van to @scholarslab #wludh pic.twitter.com/ZR0IbPh8ZP — Paul A. Youngman (@PaulAYoungman) April 24, 2014 Rethinking Digital Humanities Today was a fun and clarifying day for me …

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Beyond the Paper: Digital Humanities

Spring term is the time when W&L students are especially encouraged to focus less on majors, minors, and FDR requirements, and more on discovering something new. During my first-year, I traveled to Denmark to learn how corporate social responsibility is practiced in Denmark. During my sophomore year, I traveled to Washington, DC to learn the …

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