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Dr. Monkur's Lecture Notes (& Public Transcription Projects)

MSLS student Patsy Carruthers completed a transcription project for Alternative Spring Break and presented the project at the SIS Student Conference. 

Poster titled 'Building a Brand on TikTok'
Building a Brand on TikTok

ICT master's student Charly Hyden completed the ICT 696 practicum course with Gotham Writers Workshop, a New York-based business that recently expanded their online presence to TikTok. For the final presentation in the course, Charly conducted a statistical analysis on Gotham's TikTok videos to compare variables and reveal which, if any, increased the number of views on their TikToks. 

A screenshot of a website titled Historic Kentucky
Historic Kentucky Exhibit

A group of MSLS students (Patsy Carruthers, Jarrod (William) McCarty, Charlotte Stephens, and Brandy Tyler) developed a website titled 'Historic Kentucky' for LIS 690: Special Topics in Library Science - Programming and Outreach in Libraries and Archives. The site serves as an exhibit to inform viewers about elements of the history of Kentucky.

A screenshot of Ana Sampaio's ICT 399 poster about her experience interning at World Data Lab
Making Everyone Count at World Data Lab

ICT undergraduate Ana Sampaio interned at World Data Lab for her ICT 399 internship experience. In her final poster presentation, she discusses her internship experience, what skills she incorporated from her ICT coursework, new knowledge learned during the internship, and her contributions to the organization. 

A picture of the first slide of Sarah Woodall's PowerPoint presentation
Outreach Plan for Knoedler Memorial Library

MSLS student Sarah Woodall created an outreach plan for the Knoedler Memorial Library in Augusta, Kentucky. This assignment was created for LIS 690: Special Topics in Library Science - Programming & Outreach in Libraries & Archives. One of the requirements for the course is to create a public program development plan following a well-established framework. 

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