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Tech Tuesday Spring 2017: Qualtrics

Tim Clarke demonstrates the power survey tool, Qualtrics. This online tool can be integrated into Canvas and is proposed to take the place of popular survey-making sites like Survey Monkey.

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Tech Tuesday Fall 2016: Scalar and Omeka

Lora Taub-Pervizpour, Jordan Noyes, Susan Falciani present use cases for online applications Scalar and Omeka. This presentation is accompanied by current student, Jazzy Pignatello class of '17.

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