Sessions Cloud

Hi, all. While reading through all of the session proposals submitted to date, one of THATCamp OSU’s organizers decided it might be fun and (OK, this next descriptor might be a stretch) heuristically valuable to create a Wordle from all of the session proposals (titles + text):

Wordle drawn from session proposals

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One Response to Sessions Cloud

  1. Cathy Ryan says:

    Today’s sessions were well conceived, organized, and enthusiastically supported by attendees. One measure of how wrapped up I became in the sessions from the opening scheduling talk was that I’d planned to film our proceedings with a flip camera. It didn’t occur to me that I’d forgotten until late day! Among some of the bests tips I discovered during the day: OSU Archivists put burlesque dancer cards up on Flickr (true story); the University of Illinois has students use materials from their knowledge repository to develop campus-based “Ideals” projects; Sondra Enimil, a new hire with the Library staff, specializes in copyright issues; and from Cynthia Callahan’s (faculty on the Mansfield campus; who graciously shared a session with me) work with VoiceThread and Camtasia to Dickie Selfe’s interactions on the Hilltop (Columbus) and in working toward a National Archive for Digital Storytelling–there are a great many interesting projects underway on Ohio State’s campus across the Humanities. THANK YOU to everyone who helped make the day a success. . .

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