Georgetown University Institutional Repository
DigitalGeorgetown Institutional Repository (IR) is a service of the Georgetown Library under the Digital Scholarship Program to provide GU faculty, researchers and their supporting communities, and students a stable platform for their digital research and teaching output and to maximize exposure of their content. This open access Institutional Repository preserves and makes available scholarly research by Georgetown's faculty, students, institutes, centers, journals, and organizations. The IR includes conference papers, images, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, preprints, technical reports, theses and dissertations, working papers, research datasets and more. By exposing research at Georgetown University through Google Scholar and other search engines, it raises the profile of the University, as well as the individual researcher.
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Paper Dolls in Cyberspace: Visual Hacking and Representation in the Teaching of Computer Programming (Georgetown University, 2013)Despite the importance of coding in an increasingly computer-dependent age, the Higher Education Research Institute found from 2000 to 2005 that the number of college freshmen listing computer science as their probable ...
(Georgetown University, 2013)This thesis examines the utilization of transmedia formats, specifically that of an art book, blog, and e-book, in remediating the cultural significance of the Ethiopian coffee ceremony. These varying interfaces will allow ...
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(ALA Editions, 2016)This lesson plan uses student experience with the intersection of language and power to improve their abilities to find and use primary sources, particularly in history research. The goal is for students to recognize that ...