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- Congratulations, Newest Alumni!The Greenhouse Studios Team would like to congratulate and extend a sincere thank-you to this year’s group of graduates for all of their efforts and accomplishments during their time as Greenhouse Studios collaborators! Sylvia Mosiany has been working with us for the last two years while pursuing an MFA in Digital Media & Design, […]
- Redesigning Scholarly Communications Workflows and Work Habits for the Digital Age: The Greenhouse Studios ProposalWe are pleased to present this recent scholarship, published by Greenhouse Studios team members Clarissa J. Ceglio, Tom Scheinfeldt, and Sara Sikes, from the January 2019 issue of the Journal of Scholarly Publishing (University of Toronto Press). Abstract Greenhouse Studios | Scholarly Communications Design at UConn is a shared venture of the School of Fine Arts, […]
- Designers and Developers as Scholarly CollaboratorsAt the heart of the Greenhouse Studios design process is the concept of “collaboration from the start.” All too often collaborators are brought on board at a late stage merely to implement or put the finishing touches on scholarly projects, not to conceptualize them. This is particularly true with respect to designers and developers, whose […]
- Charles V|R Selected as Charleston Library Conference Fast Pitch FinalistWe are pleased to announce that Charles V|R, represented by project team collaborator Michael Young, has been selected as one of four finalists in this year’s Fast Pitch Competition at the Charleston Library Conference!
- Collaboration and Emergent Knowledge at Greenhouse StudiosSince the 1970s, scholars in fields as varied as sedimentology, ornithology, sociology, and philosophy have come to understand the importance of self-organizing systems, of how higher-order complexity can “emerge” from independent lower-order elements. Emergence describes how millions of tiny mud cracks at the bottom of a dry lake bed form large scale geometries when viewed […]