DMC started to offer Introduction to Infographics and Data Visualization workshop in Fall 2015. Jane used Google Chart to create this interactive chart based on the monthly equipment charges over years. You could see the equipment checkout trend and patterns.
Thanks to the great help of Mang Sun, system librarian, DMC is able to offer its first workshop on Tableau Public in Spring 2017. The Introduction to Tableau Public workshop uses the DMC equipment circulation data as a sample data set to explore basic features and functions of Tableau Public. You could tell the equipment […]
Adam Lauchner, a graduate student from Halas Lab, applied physics department at Rice University, used a DMC Canon T3i, a Canon Wide Angle EF 28mm f/1.8 Lens, a tripod, and a lighting kit to take pictures of devices in his lab for a paper that was recently published at http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsnano.7b00364. Below is an example of […]
The video below is the end product of a workshop offered at the DMC “Animate Blood Cells using Blender”. Participants will learn how to model, animate and render simple blood cells. The skills learned in this workshop can be used to create custom visuals to supplement research material. Eligible participants may register here The guide […]
In ENGI 120, a team of faculty at Rice University and other institutions has created instructional resources to support a flipped classroom model for first-year engineering design. Matthew Wettergreen, a lecture of Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen at Rice University, and Dr. Ann Saterbak, a professor of Bioengineering at Rice University, have been piloting a number of […]
With DMC help, a few graphs had been created for a published article named “Journal of Palliative Medicine” authored by Kirsten Ostherr, a professor of English department. For more information, visithttp://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/jpm.2015.0341
Support of Adobe Creative Clouds in Teaching and Instruction (2/16/2016): The DMC offered an in-class training session about Adding Text to a PDF File for PORT 331 upon request of Leonora Paula, an Assistant Professor of Spanish Portuguese & Latin American. The final PDF file can be viewed here.
ELEC 305 is a junior level EE course on device physics. As part of the course assignments every Spring semester, small teams of students are asked to make short videos on a topic related to device physics, integrated circuits, transmission lines, or antennas for an audience of college students in an online course such as […]
This course is offered by Kirsten Ostherr, a professor of English & Director of the Medical Future Lab. In English 386, students worked in small groups to apply critical thinking and theory to hand-on design to create solutions to real -world medical communication, visualization, and design problems. Links: http://www.medicalfutureslab.org/?page_id=917 (English 386) DMC Support: DMC offered […]