The Discovery Series is composed of expositions from prestigious members of their field as well as new voices with innovative ideas. The world of Information is exponentially expanding every moment and can be overwhelming to try and keep up with. We hope that we can build a thriving community for conversations about what is important to you as well as exciting advancements in the field. We welcome suggestions or submission! Please contact the Dean’s Office at CI-Dean@unt.edu with suggestions for topics and or speakers.
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Discovery Series 11: Helen Aristar-Dry & Gary Simons [Exposition: Metadata & Interoperable Digital Language Databases]
Discovery Series 10: Walt Wolfram [Documentary and Exposition: “Talking Black in America”]
Discovery Series 9: Mohamed Jemni [Exposition: Assistive Technologies]
Discovery Series 8: Nian-Shing Chen [Exposition: Gesture-based & Game-based Learning]
Discovery Series 7: Brian O'Connor [Exposition: Know Thy Selfie: Provocations on Digital Photography & Public Knowledge]
Discovery Series 6: Michelle Yang [Workshop: The Art of Visual Notetaking]
Discovery Series 5: Júlia Marques Carvalho da Silva [Exposition: Smart Teaching Assistants: Helping Teachers to Help Students]
Discovery Series 4: Berner Lindström [Round Table Discussion: Digitalization of Education in Scandinavia]
Discovery Series 3: Robin James Mayes [Exposition: Preventing Plagiarism]
Discovery Series 2: Miguel Nussbaum [Exposition: How far are we from teaching creatively?]
Discovery Series 1: Rory McGreal, UNSECO Chair in Open Educational Resources [Exposition: Open Education Resources and the Future of Education]