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Staff Development Grants

Speakers

Fiona MacNeill (ITS)
Team attendance at the New Media Consortium Summer Conference 2011. NMC is a not-for-profit dedicated to the exploration of visually rich new media for the facilitation of learning. Attending the conference will stimulate avenues of experimentation as a team and augment our preparations for the Weitz Center for Creativity. Click here to see Fiona's presentation and accompanying research.

Workshops

Tucker MacNeill (PEPS)
Invite Christian Korab for four separate visits during the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 academic years, to provide half-day workshops for support staff and faculty, consult on the new printing center located at the IdeaLab in the Weitz Center for Creativity, and to give workshops to both the Digital Photography Class in Art, and the Photo: Visual Description and Storytelling class through CAMS.

Heidi Eyestone (ARTS and ARTH)
Implement the use of embedded metadata to store descriptive metadata in image files in the Art and Art History Visual Resources Collection. Invite Greg Reser, metadata specialist at the University of California, San Diego, to give a workshop on Embedded Metadata.

Kristi Wermager (LIBR)
Photos of the workshop
Invite Rik Sferra, Professor of Media Arts at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design to give an on-campus workshop on photographing artists' books, rare books, and three-dimensional objects. Terry Kissner, Collection Development and Preservation Specialist, Margaret Pezalla-Granlund, Curator of Library Art and Exhibitions, Aisling Quigley, Viz Program Associate, Heidi Eyestone, Curator of the Visual Resources Collection, and Gerald Krause, Technician in Studio Arts, joined Kristi for the two-day workshop.

Professional Development

Carly Born (ITS)
Study Human Interface Design and thereby contribute to assignment and courseware development across campus.

Kathy Evertz (ASC)

  1. Attend the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) in Atlanta, Georgia, April 6-9, 2011, where 51 sessions include discussion of visual rhetoric.
  2. Attend the 2012 New Media Consortium annual conference. 

Heidi Eyestone (ARTS and ARTH)

  1. Use Linda.com to learn the Adobe Creative suite and other visualization tools to support courses in Art and Art History.
  2. Participate in the annual conference of the Visual Resources Association.

Gerald Krause (ARTS)
Take a Photoshop in the Arts course at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Martha Larson (Facilities)
Viz staff grant funds were used to develop an energy information database that compiles multiple sources of campus energy data into a single repository.  The database has both an open access public dashboard that displays and compares electricity, water and heating data between various campus buildings and also an administrative site which allows facilities personnel and interested students/faculty to log into a more detailed level of data monitoring, analysis, reporting and exports.  Energy data can be normalized per square foot or per building occupant, viewed in daily, weekly, monthly or annual intervals and displayed over any selected time period.  The dashboard is also linked to the data page of Carleton's sustainability website. 

Fiona MacNeill (ITS)
Lead a series of workshops for students, faculty, and staff to learn QLAV, software used for programming and playback of audio, video, and lighting cues in theatrical stage performances.

Margaret Pezalla-Granlund (LIBR)
Participate in the Association of Academic Museums & Galleries Kellogg Leadership Seminar.

Aisling Quigley (Viz)

  1. Attend the NY Art Book Fair, October 2011. The NY Art Book Fair features artists, publishers, librarians, curators, and performers and a small conference featuring keynote speaker Tauba Auerbach. Click here to read more.
  2. Attend the 2012 Association of Academic Museums and Galleries Conference with Ana Cox (TEMU), Margaret Pezalla-Granlund (LIBR), and Heather Tompkins (LIBR).