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Scholarly Publishing Symposium. Part 3 of 5, Scholarly publication: an editor's perspective (Brian L. Strom)

Brian L. Strom & Judy Cohn
A symposium on scholarly publishing, particularly as it applies to medical research, held in the Rosemary Gallene Room, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey, on March 14, 2018, 2:00-5:00 PM. Featured speaker: Brian L. Strom.

Dink dykes: lesbian culture at Douglass College, 1967-1977

Ed Cohen, Kay Turner, Adria Evans, Barbara Lee, Gail Walker, Paula Schorr, Joanne Fuccello & Rue Watson
In “Dink dykes: lesbian culture at Douglass College, 1967-1977,” Kay Turner (DC Class of 1971) facilitates a roundtable discussion with Douglass graduates to reflect on the lesbian culture that emerged at and around the women’s college in the 1960s and 1970s. The panelists are Adria Evans (DC ’71), Barbara Lee (DC ’72), Gail Walker (DC ’73), Paula Schorr (DC ’74), Joanne Fuccello (DC ’75), and Rue Watson (DC ’77). Filmed October 25, 2018 at the...

Equine behavior: behavior test, scary aisle test, Woodstock

No Name Supplied
Test conducted as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University. Subject was RU Woodstock, a 5-month-old weanling draft cross born May, 2009. Test conducted by Dr. Sarah L. Ralston at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University. Duration of test: 4 minutes. Overall score on a scale of 1-4 (4 is highest compliance): 3.75.

B79, PM6 Catwalk, Grade 12, 2000, Repurposed footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher, Bob Speiser, Chuck Walter & Tim Sweetman
This video comes from the Rutgers-Kenilworth Study, and edited for the The Private Universe Project in Mathematics (PUP-Math). It includes narrative voice over and an interview with Researcher, Robert Speiser, interspersed with footage of students engaged with problem solving as well as interviews with students. The video footage follows a group of students participating in a 2-week Summer Workshop occurring in the summer, after the completion of 11th grade. The activity, Catwalk, occurred over a...

Art wave: 24th annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium, afternoon session

China Marks, Warren Lehrer, Amos Paul Kennedy, Jean Stufflebeem, Judith K. Brodsky & Michael Joseph
The New Jersey Book Arts Symposium is a daylong event held on the first Friday in November to explore and celebrate all aspects of the book arts, from time-honored arts and crafts used in traditional book-making practices, such as calligraphy, printing, illustration, binding, typography and paper-making, to avant-garde explorations of the ontology of the book in its adaptation to artistic expression in artists' books.

Art wave: 24th annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium, morning session

Michael Joseph, Sonia Yaco, Sarah K. Stengle, Golnar Adili, Asha Ganpat, Anna Pinto, Catherine LeCleire & Dee Magnoni
The New Jersey Book Arts Symposium is a daylong event held on the first Friday in November to explore and celebrate all aspects of the book arts, from time-honored arts and crafts used in traditional book-making practices, such as calligraphy, printing, illustration, binding, typography and paper-making, to avant-garde explorations of the ontology of the book in its adaptation to artistic expression in artists' books.

From cooking pot to melting pot: New Jersey's diverse foodways

Carla Cevasco, Sonia Yaco, Isabel Nazario, Fernanda H. Perrone & Dee Magnoni
Lecture given by Carla Cevasco at the opening of Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries’ exhibition, From Cooking Pot to Melting Pot: New Jersey’s Diverse Foodways, November 12, 2018 at Alexander Library, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

B78,Guess My Tower task,Matt and Stephanie partner work (work view), Grade 5,February 26,1993,Raw footage.

Carolyn.A Maher
This is a raw footage video. On February 26, 1993 fifth graders, Stephanie, Michelle, Milin and their classmates, worked on the Guess My Tower task in a class session, about a year after the “Gang of Four” group assessment. In this session Stephanie was partnered with Matt and Michelle was partnered with Milin. In the Guess My Towers (GMT) task, students had to work with towers three-tall for the first part and towers four-tall for...

Towers with Stephanie and Dana, Clip 2 of 5: Finding seventeen towers and checking for duplicates

Amy Marie Martino
In this clip, Stephanie and Dana continue working on the Towers Problem, introduced in the previous clip in this series. For each tower that they create, Stephanie checks it against the ones they have already created to be sure that it is not a duplicate. Once they have created seventeen towers, they realize that every new tower they build is a duplicate of one that they already have. They tell Amy that they have found...

Early algebra ideas about binomial expansion, Stephanie's interview one of seven, Clip 2 of 9: Distributing a variable over other variables, Does it check out with numbers?

Carolyn Alexander Maher
In the second clip in a series of nine from the first of seven interviews focusing on Early Algebraic Ideas about the binomial expansion, researcher, Carolyn A. Maher, asks Stephanie, an 8th grade student, whether a variable "a" could be distributed over a quantity composed of the sum of two other variables and how this would be represented symbolically. Stephanie, after conjecturing that a(x + y) would be the same as ax + ay, begins...

Towers with Stephanie and Dana, Clip 1 of 5: Introducing and working on the problem

Amy Marie Martino
In this clip, researcher Amy Martino introduces the following problem to the students: “How many different towers four blocks tall can you build when selecting from two colors?” Dana and Stephanie have bags of Unifix cubes at their desks and begin working on the problem by building towers independently. They run out of Unifix cubes, and after Amy encourages them to work together, they work on a solution together by comparing each of Dana’s towers...

Sacred Sisters and other miracles: a collaboration between Holly Trostle Brigham and Marilyn Nelson

Holly Trostle Brigham, Marilyn Nelson & MaryAnn L. Miller
Sacred Sisters: The Making of an Artists’ Book will present a conversation among artists and poets involved in making the artists’ book Sacred Sisters, which celebrates the lives of eight women—artists, musicians, providers, and leaders—who lived their lives in the service of others.The conversation will be hosted by MaryAnn L. Miller, a poet, printmaker, publisher, and longtime contributor to the New Jersey Book Arts Symposium. MaryAnn conceived of the project; Holly Trostle Brigham, an artist...

B76, Milin's first of three interviews with researcher Alston on the five-tall Towers task (Work view), Grade 4, February 7, 1992, Raw footage

No Name Supplied
This interview with researcher Alston and Milin, with the presence of teacher Mrs. Barnes, occurred on February 7, 1992, the following day of the classroom work with Michael on the five-tall Tower problem. In this interview Milin was asked to recall the problem and how he solved it with Michael. His first response indicated use of a random strategy to build a tower pattern and the use of the color opposite strategy to generate the...

Syriac Scribe from Jerusalem

István Perczel & Shimon Can
This video shows the tradition of the scribe. The interviewee, Fr. Shimon Can of St. Mark’s Monastery, Jerusalem, is one of the last few scribes of the Syriac language.

NC350 Founder's Day Weekend Festival Highlights

No Name Supplied
Highlights from Newark's three day festival and concert celebrating the founding of Newark, New Jersey

NC350 Highlight Reel

DreamPlay Media
Highlights from the year-long jubilee of events and programs commemorating Newark's 350th Anniversary.

B74,Combinatorics,T5T,StephDana,(People view),Grade 4,Feb 6,1992,Raw Footage.

No Name Supplied
In this one hour and forty minute unedited video, the fourth grade class was divided into pairs to work on a Towers problem on February 6, 1992. At the beginning of the session, there are two sheets of paper posted on the board with the following statement:“Building TowersYour group has two colors of Unifix cubes for building towers. Work together and make as many different towers as you can that are five cubes high. See...

Scholarly Publishing Symposium. Part 1 of 5, Welcome remarks (Robert Wieder)

Robert Wieder
A symposium on scholarly publishing, particularly as it applies to medical research, held in the Rosemary Gallene Room, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey, on March 14, 2018, 2:00-5:00 PM. Featured speaker: Robert Wieder.

Scholarly Publishing Symposium. Part 5 of 5, Panel discussion and Q&A

Judy Cohn, George Woodward, Brian L. Strom, Yingting Zhang, Raymond Birge & M. Maral Mouradian
Featured speakers: Raymond Birge, M. Maral Mouradian, Brian L. Strom, Bob Woodward, Yingting Zhang. A symposium on scholarly publishing, particularly as it applies to medical research, held in the Rosemary Gallene Room, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey, on March 14, 2018, 2:00-5:00 PM.

Scholarly Publishing Symposium. Part 4 of 5, Librarians' perspective on scholarly publishing (Yingting Zhang)

Yingting Zhang & Elizabeth Sosnowska
A symposium on scholarly publishing, particularly as it applies to medical research, held in the Rosemary Gallene Room, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey, on March 14, 2018, 2:00-5:00 PM. Featured speaker: Yingting Zhang.

Scholarly Publishing Symposium. Part 2 of 5, The scholarly publishing landscape: a changing landscape (George Woodward)

George Woodward & Judy Cohn
A symposium on scholarly publishing, particularly as it applies to medical research, held in the Rosemary Gallene Room, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey, on March 14, 2018, 2:00-5:00 PM. Featured speaker: George Woodward.

B73-Combinatorics-Jeff and Brian-T4T-Work view-Grade 3-19901011-Clip 7 of 7-Raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher
This is the seventh clip in a series of seven of building towers four tall problem using red and blue unifix towers. They had sixteen towers and other students also confirmed the solution was sixteen. However, Brian continued to look for another tower to make it seventeen. Brian finds RRRB and added it to the collection. He announced excitedly that they are back in business. Jeff told him to “face it, it is sixteen.” Later,...

B72-Combinatorics-Jeff and Brian-T4T-Work view-Grade 3-19901011-Clip 6 of 7-Raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher
This is the sixth clip in a series of seven of building towers four tall problem using red and blue unifix towers. Another student visited Brian and Jeff’s table and tells them that they got sixteen towers. Brian explained to her that they checked but couldn’t find any duplicates. However, the other students identify a duplicate tower and picks it out. Later the researcher asks them how many towers they have, they are not sure,...

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