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  • STUDENT USE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR LEARNING: A USER RESEARCH CASE STUDY OF GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY 

    Huber, Linda (Georgetown University, 2016)
    User experience research is a field that seeks to improve the design and development of tools, products, and systems by understanding the needs, abilities, and experiences of an end user. These methods are usually applied ...
  • Paper Dolls in Cyberspace: Visual Hacking and Representation in the Teaching of Computer Programming 

    Carlin, Tracy Anne (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 ...
  • A Culture of Coffee: Transmediating the Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony 

    Yoseph, Metasebia E. (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 ...
  • Online Dating: Does Your Smartphone Affect Your Love Life? 

    Snell, Katy (Gnovis Journal, 2016)
    How and why people use different media on the Internet has been a primary interest in computer mediated communication since the inception of the Internet. Now that more and more relationships are being initiated and ...
  • Robotic Emulation 

    Redd, Sam (Gnovis Journal, 2016)
    Science fiction has presented us with a picture of robots that have the potential to mimic humans to the point of being indistinguishable from them. This paper is about some of the essential ways the two are different. The ...

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