- Please remind me to press “RECORD” if needed.
- Any questions about the Factbook Data exercise? Please speak up or type in chat.
- Konch.ai: Please register now. Is anyone having any issues with registering? If so, please type into chat.
- NYU Soul of Reason, Part 1: Steven G. Fullwood
- Konch tech check: Janet Bunde, NYU Libraries
- Transcription Guide: https://nyu-dss.github.io/soul-of-reason/resources
- Final Project Overview
- Note on links (data and banality of (administrative) evil)
- If there’s time: Student Blog Spot Talk (chosen at random), Resource of the day, Medical Bias Clips
- Due Tuesday, 11/24:
- Phase 2, Blog Post #10. Please discuss Steven G. Fullwood’s visit, and discuss the experience of transcribing the Soul of Reason episode in Konch. What does it have to do with diversity? With technology? Please also make a quick note as to which episode you transcribed.
- Please finish your transcription in Konch before the end of next week (will check this with NYU archivist Janet Bunde). If you encounter any technical issues, you can email soulofreason [at] nyu.edu.
Announcements: Extra Credit
- Keep going with your data visualization of NYU Institutional Research data, and turn it into an interactive. You can any environment you like, including Tableau, Google Data Studio, Google Colaboratory, etc. If you like, you can turn this into your final project.
- Web sites:
- NCES.Ed.gov Definitions for New Race and Ethnicity Categories (shared by guest speakers from NYU Institutional Research)
- Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil by Hannah Arendt (Penguin, 1963). You can skim or read the book online through NYU Libraries.
- Unmasking Administrative Evil by Adams and Balfour (Sage Publications, 1998). You can load the book through NYU Libraries, then take a look at the summary and skim or read the chapters.
- Check the Extra Credit Doc for upcoming events.
- Colorado School of Mines seeks applicants for their new M.S. in Humanitarian Engineering and Science (HES) program, which educates technical professionals to promote sustainable community development by drawing on a unique mixture of faculty expertise in engineering, applied sciences, and social sciences.