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  1. American Classical?

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    Type: Document
    Description/Abstract: Is jazz serious art music? Is jazz in fact America’s classical music? I contend that much jazz is both. This paper is an exploration of these questions, not a history of jazz, although I will have to recount some historical facts. Rather, it is an examination of this music from two perspectives, seeking a convincing argument for my assertions.
    Creator/Author: Marine, Stephen
    Submitter: Stephen Marine
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-12-07T13:40:54Z
    Date Created: 2012-11-12
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
    Time Period: 21st century and 20th century
    Genre: White Paper
  2. Walter Langsam's Building Database

    Work
    Type: Dataset
    Description/Abstract: Database in Microsoft Excel of over 17,000 buildings. See attached file for abbreviations used in the database.
    Creator/Author: Langsam, Walter
    Submitter: Elizabeth A. Meyer
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-11-26T19:23:56Z
    Rights: All rights reserved
    Required Software: Microsoft Excel
  3. MFA Show 2015 — Projects and Texts by MFA students with Art Education and Art History graduate students

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: UC SCHOOL OF ART MFA GRADUATING SHOW 2015 — TEXTS AND PROJECTS This collection of texts and images brings together the work of graduate students and faculty in art history, art education, and fine arts at the University of Cincinnati in the spring of 2015. We invited students in art education and art history to write accompanying texts for the final projects of their peers in the fine arts graduate program – projects encompassing everything from multimedia installation, abstract painting, video animation, fiber-based sculptural assemblages, photography, and drawing. The students’ projects were presented at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, as part of the School of Art’s MFA Thesis Exhibition, which ran from April 1 and April 25, 2015. A process of looking, talking, looking again, writing, reading, and re-writing unfolded. Shorter versions of the texts were shown at the CAC alongside the artworks at the CAC. The process created a working space for artists and writers in dialogue, giving rise to new ideas and projects in turn. Morgan Thomas Vittoria Daiello [from Foreword] Design: Sso-Rha Kang
    Creator/Author: Asadipour, Saeedeh; Daiello, Vittoria; Stenger, Kate; Klimesh, Colin; Girandola, Joe; Spires, Lauren; Turner, Miles; Lang, Gabrielle; Johnson, Leigh; Norton, Ben; Tinney, Ross; Karimi, Saeide; Thomas, Morgan; Wolhoy, Rick; Drout, Julie; Wyatt Bauman, Emily; Oswald, Sean; Horwitz, Ian; Kang, Sso-Rha, and Morren, Samuel
    Submitter: Morgan Thomas
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Geographic Subject: Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio, and School of Art, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-11-11T22:46:57Z
    Date Created: 2018-09-20
    Rights: All rights reserved
    Time Period: 21st century
    Required Software: PDF reader
    Genre: Document
    Degree: MA (Art History), MA (Art Ed.), MFA
    Advisor: Daiello, Vittoria, Kang, Sso-Rha (design), and Thomas, Morgan
  4. Publication equality in conservation and plant genetics: The impact of neocolonialism in modern science

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    Type: Image
    Description/Abstract: This Poster describes a collaborative research project between the Culley and Tepe labs in the UC Department of Biology and UC Libraries Digital Scholarship Center presented at the 2017 UC Data Day ( https://libapps.libraries.uc.edu/blogs/dataday/past-data-days/). The project explores publication patterns of research involving hotspot areas of biodiversity and if researchers from developing countries which tend to have most of the biodiversity hotspots, are adequately represented as authors in the scientific literature indexed in Scopus (TM-Elsevier), JSTOR, and PubMed.
    Creator/Author: Barreiro-Sanchez, José; Tunison, Robert; Torres, Maria; Tepe, Eric; Culley, Theresa; Johnson, Arlene; Ammar, Marwa; Elam, Robert; Merritt, Benjamin; Lee, James; Philpott, Megan, and Koshoffer, Amy
    Submitter: Amy Koshoffer
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Language: English, Portuguese, and Spanish
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-11-08T21:58:28Z
    Date Created: 2017-03
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International
    Time Period: 1970's to 2010's
    Required Software: pdf reader
    Genre: Poster
  5. Sematophyllum demissum / (Wilson) Mitt.

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    Type: Dataset
    Description/Abstract: Habitat: in beech-hemlock forest above cave; sandstone rock Locality: Hocking Hills State Park, Ash Cave area
    Creator/Author: Tepe, Eric (record/image); Allen, Bruce (co-collector), and Snider, Jerry A. (senior collector)
    Submitter: Eric Tepe
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati, Margaret H. Fulford Herbarium (CINC)
    Geographic Subject: United States, Hocking (county), and Ohio
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-11-08T19:38:21Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
    Note: Basis of record: Preserved Specimen Barcode: CINC-B-0027237 Scientific name authorship: (Wilson) Mitt. Record number: 2201
  6. Smart walker

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    Type: StudentWork
    Description/Abstract: Senior design capstone report
    Creator/Author: Brown, Kristen and Oty, Leah
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-11-01T14:00:39Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
    Degree: BS
    Advisor: Dong, Janet
  7. Figure 1 IDCC 2018 Percent Completeness of Data Set Metadata

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    Type: Dataset
    Description/Abstract: This data set describes the percent completeness of metadata options for data sets in four institutional repositories. It is a derivative data set from the master data set entitled "Metadata of data sets from four institutional repositories"  https://scholar.uc.edu/show/pn89d657h Please use the Citation: Koshoffer, A., Neeser, A., Johnston L.R., and Newman L.D., (2018) "Giving datasets context: a comparison study of institutional repositories that apply varying degrees of curation", International Digital Curation Conference, Barcelona, Spain. Digital Curation Centre.
    Creator/Author: Koshoffer, Amy; Newman, Linda; Neeser, Amy, and Johnston, Lisa
    Submitter: Amy Koshoffer
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-10-27T01:47:08Z
    Date Created: 2017-09
    Rights: Open Data Commons Attribution License (ODC-By)
    Time Period: 2016-08 to 2017-01
    Required Software: software to open csv and Excel xls.x files
  8. Master Data set - Metadata of data sets from four institutional repositories

    Work
    Type: Dataset
    Description/Abstract: This data set is the raw data underlying the paper entitled "Giving datasets context: a comparison study of institutional repositories that apply varying degrees of curation" presented at the International Digital Curation Conference in Barcelona, Spain (Feb 2018). All figures and tables in the publication were based on the analysis of this data set. Please use the Citation: Koshoffer, A., Neeser, A., Johnston L.R., and Newman L.D., (2018) "Giving datasets context: a comparison study of institutional repositories that apply varying degrees of curation", International Digital Curation Conference, Barcelona, Spain. Digital Curation Centre.
    Creator/Author: Koshoffer, Amy; Newman, Linda; Neeser, Amy, and Johnston, Lisa
    Submitter: Amy Koshoffer
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-10-27T01:44:18Z
    Date Created: 2016-06 to 2017-10
    Rights: Open Data Commons Attribution License (ODC-By)
    Time Period: 2016-09 to 2017-01
    Required Software: microsoft excel or other software that can open CSV
  9. Preserving Craft Heritage by Forging Rural-Urban Connections

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    Type: Article
    Description/Abstract: This study aims to explore the difficulties of preserving cultural heritage in rural areas and to inform better designs of computer systems to support such preservation. In this case study, we observed and documented craft cultures in three rural villages in China. Our methods include photo-ethnography, interview and observation. From analyzing various types of data, we were able to identify issues of cultural heritage preservation, including cultural identity and values. We propose a conceptual system design for an installation and software connecting rural craftspeople and people who appreciate crafts, as a means of fostering a mutual relationship of support and appreciation. We believe this relationship can help preserve cultural heritage in rural areas. Some of the system installation elements were prototyped in scale models. The paper’s primary contribution is the design field research, analysis of design field research, and conceptualization.
    Creator/Author: Wei, Huaxin; Blevis, Eli, and Tan, Haodan
    Submitter: Lora Alberto
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-10-25T13:18:18Z
    Date Created: 2017-10-31
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
  10. Building capacities to author change: community-based participatory design as a form of positive youth development and adolescent sexual and reproductive health care intervention design

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    Type: Article
    Description/Abstract: The term “community-based participatory design” (CBPD) recently emerged as a distinctive space in the Participatory Design tradition (DiSalvo, Clement & Pipek, 2013; LeDantec, 2016). This move marks a shift from treating the process of design primarily as a product development method, to one that builds social and technical capacities – or infrastructures – of individuals and communities (Björgvinsson, Ehn, & Hillgren 2010; Karasti 2014; LeDantec 2016). This paper describes participant gains from a design workshop conducted as part of a research collaboration involving a university-based research center, and four NGOs, the participatory design workshop aimed to: (1) build the capacities of young people; (2) guide young people in the creation of novel and locally relevant gender and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) solutions; and, (3) bring voices of young people into research and programmatic questions around gender and SRH in the public health domain. The workshop was conducted with 31 young people aged 15-25, over 2.5 weeks, in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. The evaluation demonstrates that the workshop resulted in exposure to working in mixed-gender teams, developing problem-solving skills, and increasing SRH awareness and knowledge. The workshop produced six low-fidelity prototypes, five of which were subsequently refined and piloted by three Lucknow NGOs.
    Creator/Author: Yan, Shirley; Bansal, Suchi; Geppert, Amanda, and Gilliam, Melissa
    Submitter: Lora Alberto
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Language: English
    Date Uploaded:
    Date Modified: 2018-10-23T20:31:22Z
    Date Created: 2017-10-31
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International