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 Department: Anthropology
Do I Look Illegal? Undocumented Latino/a Students and the Challenges of Life in the Shadows
This presentation is part of the faculty lecture series UNT Speaks Out on Unauthorized Immigration. This presentation discusses illegal immigration and the challenges for undocumented Latino/a students. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc67614/
Caution and Consensus in American Business Meetings
This article focuses on the ways in which cautiousness is exercised to achieve consensus in American business meetings. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc848633/
Two Reflections on the Symbolic Position of Business Anthology
This article provides comments and reflection on the symbolic position of business anthropology with mainstream anthropology. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc848590/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Table of Contents
This table of contents shows the relationships among the transcript summaries, videos, and audio files associated with the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc854118/
"No More Cakes and Ale?" Discovering Ethical Gray Areas in a Design Anthropology Class
This article examines how ethics were learned in a design anthropology class. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc848604/
Findings from the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives
This white paper comprehensively describes the insights that emerged from the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives. Key topics include a typology of language archives, the perspectives of stakeholder groups, and improving access to language archives. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc854128/
Transcript Summary 1: Introduction and Background
This document provides a transcript summary of the first part of the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains an overview of language archives by Gary Holton and an overview of user-centered design by Christina Wasson. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc854103/
Transcript Summary 2: Individual Presentations by Workshop Participants: Perspectives of Stakeholder Groups
This document provides a transcript summary of the second part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of individual presentations by all workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc854089/
Transcript Summary 3: Saturday Discussion
This document provides a transcript summary of the third part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of discussions on the first day of the workshop. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc854101/
Transcript Summary 4: Sunday Discussion
This document provides a transcript summary of the fourth part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of discussions on the second day of the workshop. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc854110/
Transcript Summary 5: Conclusions
This document provides a transcript summary of the fifth and final part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of the concluding discussion at the end of the workshop. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc854096/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 1
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the start of the workshop; it contains an overview of language archives by Gary Holton and an overview of user-centered design by Christina Wasson. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849929/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 2
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. It contains presentations by Loriene Roy, Daryl Baldwin, Edward Alexander, Wesley Leonard, Michael Shepard, Andrea Berez-Kroeker, Justin Spencer, Mandana Seyfeddinpur, Felix Rau, Susan Kung, Jennifer O'Neal, and Alexander Wadsworth. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849919/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 3
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file continues from Audio 2, further documenting presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. It contains presentations by Crysta Metcalf, Santosh Basapur, and Shobhana Chelliah. This audio file also documents the beginning of the first workshop discussion topic. The topic was: who are users and how do they interact with language archives. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849920/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 4
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the rest of the discussions on the first day of the workshop. The topics were: archive roles and brainstorming types of language archives. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849925/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 5
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the first half of the second day of the workshop. The discussion topics were: creation of a language archive typology, facilitating the use of language archives, challenges and other factors to consider in the development of UCD guidelines, and organizations to partner with for UCD guidelines. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849922/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 6
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the remainder of the second day of the workshop. The main discussion topics were: “aha” moments and advice from workshop participants, and closing remarks from organizers. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849916/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 1
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the start of the workshop; it contains an overview of language archives by Gary Holton and an overview of user-centered design by Christina Wasson. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849931/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 2
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. It contains presentations by Loriene Roy, Daryl Baldwin, Edward Alexander, Wesley Leonard, Michael Shepard, Andrea Berez-Kroeker, Justin Spencer, Mandana Seyfeddinipur, and the first part of Felix Rau’s presentation. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849918/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 3
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the last part of the presentation by Alex Wadsworth. Due to technical difficulties, there is a gap between the end of Video 2 and the start of Video 3. The missing presentations can be found on Audio 2. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849926/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 4
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the final presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. It contains presentations by Crysta Metcalf, Santosh Basapur, and Shobhana Chelliah. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849923/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 5
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the last eight minutes of the first workshop discussion topic, which lasted about 1.5 hours. Due to technical issues, the earlier part of the discussion was not successfully videorecorded; it can be found on Audio 3. The discussion topic was: who are users and how do they interact with language archives. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849917/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 6
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the rest of the discussions on the first day of the workshop. The topics were: archive roles and brainstorming types of language archives. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849930/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 7
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the first hour of discussion on the second day of the workshop. The topics were: creation of a language archive typology, facilitating the use of language archives, and challenges and other factors to consider in the development of UCD guidelines. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849924/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 8
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video continues from Video 7 in documenting discussion on the second day of the workshop. The topic was: challenges and other factors to consider in the development of UCD guidelines. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849928/
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 9
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video continues from Video 8 in documenting discussion on the second day of the workshop. It goes to the end of the workshop. The topics were: organizations to partner with for UCD guidelines, “aha” moments and advice from workshop participants, and closing remarks from organizers. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc849927/