- Tech check (classroom tech and Zoom)
- Most classes require login to NYU (e.g. via home, Libraries,etc).
- NYU CMEP Newsletter contains many relevant opportunities and events
- Note updates to Project Resources
- Syllabus. Any questions?
- 2pm (Inside): types of research papers and projects.
- Main genres: Argumentative or Analytical (Purdue Univ. OWL)
- APA Papers: Lit Review or Experimental / Research Report (Purdue Univ. OWL)
- Organizing Academic Research Papers: Types of Research Designs (Sacred Heart Univ.)
- Types of Research Designs (USC)
- The Selection of a Research Design (Sage Publications)
- Example research papers with contributions by Prof. Which are Argument papers, which are Analytical? Which have more formal research designs? How can you tell?
- “Use of Biometric Data and EEG to Assess Architectural Quality of Two Office Spaces: A Pilot Experiment.” Journal of Intelligent Buildings International, Taylor and Francis, 2021.
- “Multimodally Modeling Neurophysiological Experience in Public Space.” International Journal of Community Well-being Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence. Springer, 2020.
- “Multimer: Validating Multimodal, Cognitive Data in the City.” Proceedings of the 20th ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, Workshop on Modeling Cognitive Processes from Multimodal Data, ACM, 2018.
- “AR-based chemistry learning with mobile molecules.” Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. ACM, 2013.
- “Beryl Sokoloff’s Web of Artists,” Bright Lights Film Journal, October 2010.
- 3pm: Discussion of the reading and this Google slideshow (NYU login required)
- Consider this: What is a Salient Social Identity? How is it related to Protected Identities/Classes as defined by the reading?
- “Diversity” from Keywords for Today: A 21st Century Vocabulary
- “Technology” from Keywords for American Cultural Studies
- Protected Classes (a.k.a. Protected Identities) under New York City, New York State and United States law.
- OUTSIDE: Please get into groups of three with classmates you don’t already know and walk to the steps of the Wunsch Building, where we will reconvene. With your group, please discuss what resonated with you from last week’s readings on Diversity, Technology, and Protected Identities. What are your group members’ salient social identities (SSI)?
Assignment (due 14 Sept)
Read the following, then type your thoughts on a new slide(s) in this Google slideshow (NYU login required).
- Read Cal State University’s Diversity/Inclusivity Style Guide. It has inspired other university DEI guides, including one at University of Iowa.
- Read Study.com’s DEI Style Guide.
- Please answer the prompt questions:
- Of these style guides, which pieces were the most useful and relevant for your work?
- Which were the most surprising?
- Are there any parts that struck you as irrelevant or inappropriate?
- Please also note any research designs that look potentially applicable for your work in this class:
Optional: Write 300+ words about what you read, to start building those writing muscles leading up to Week 3!