1. The Cause and Effects in Social Media - Scalar

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    The Cause and Effects in Social Media ... Interference with work, school performance or your offline social life. Some studies report that too much time on the social media can cause lower school grades. ... Another common characteristic of cyberbullying is the invisibility of those doing the bullying: cyberbullying is not a face-to-face ...

  2. Login - scalar.usc.edu

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    This article shows you how to compose and send an email using the Yahoo! emailing site. It’s very simple. ... Yahoo Mail Sign In Problems ... Let’s help you get back in there, here are the most common access issues and how to solve them. Media . Visualization Close. Loading data... 10% complete

  3. https://academicworks.cuny.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3895&...

    link to the video made with digital visuals such as video captures from internet, photos, and my own artistic production (http://scalar.usc.edu/works/the-threats-of ...

    • Author: Jorge L Nowell-Enriquez
    • Publish Year: 2018
  4. Scholarly Communications | Commons Knowledge | Page 2 ...

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    In my opinion, Scalar is not as easy or intuitive to use as the people who created it seem to think it is, though USC provides some instructions for Scalar 2. The latest update has been buggy, and while ANVC/Scalar GitHub is very helpful, Scalar is clearly still a work in progress.

  5. https://cinema.usc.edu/spectator/33.2/5_Hoyt.pdf

    design process takes a lot of work. But without the audience, what would be the point of creating the digital project? 2. What are the legal considerations? Let’s say you cleared the last question with no problems at all. There is an audience of academics and public …

  6. https://soundideas.pugetsound.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1028&...

    four common approaches from which a soundscape composition can be created: field recordings, soundwalking, sonifications, and interactive events. A reader can explore audio examples of each approach through an accompanying website I have created on the digital media platform Scalar,

    • Author: Megan A Reich
    • Publish Year: 2018
  7. Blackboard

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  8. www.cetla.howard.edu/new_showcase/lectures/docs/sandridge/Sand...

    projects vary widely across disciplines, but a common feature of many projects is that they mobilise large numbers of people to undertake tasks which computers cannot yet do effectively (such as

  9. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/14682753.2017.1362175

    and problems; this paper can be seen as an exegesis of theoretical PBR, as the methodology it communicates was developed during the composition of a significant work of creative practice as experiment, in the absence of any existing methodologies that could be applied. In Sullivan’s second category, conceptual, ‘artists give form to

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    • Publish Year: 2018
    • Author: R. Lyle Skains
  10. https://summer.ucsc.edu/courses/course-syllabi/2016/2016_HAVC_135B...

    PLO 2: Critical Thinking Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills that will enable them to analyze and solve problems through observation, experience, reflection, interpretation, analysis, evaluation, and/or explanation of visual, material, and historical cultural forms and values.