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Projects2022-05-09T13:51:09+00:00

DLINQ Interns contribute to the development, progress, and success of DLINQ sponsored as well as community partner projects and initiatives. These projects give Interns the opportunity to apply their skills to support the Middlebury academic environment. All project requests are vetted and mentored by DLINQ Leadership and Staff.

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Co-creating a Pre-Immersion Website: A Collaboration Story with DLINQ and the School in Jordan

By |December 11, 2020|Categories: Digital Literacy, DLINQ News, internreflections, Projects|

By Xiaofan Chen, Translation and Localization Management '21, Natalie Fallert, International Education Management '20, and Sailee Rangole, Translation and Localization Management '21, DLINQ interns From July to November 2020, DLINQ interns Xiaofan Chen...

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Science as a Form of Storytelling

By |November 5, 2020|Categories: Digital Literacy, DLINQ News, internreflections|

by Jiaqi Li, DLINQ Intern, Computer Science & Geology Joint Major (This is a collaborative personal storytelling project between DLINQ Intern Cyborg project and an assignment for Writing on Contemporary Issues (fall 2020)) In computer science, an o...

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The Digital Cyborg: Algorithmically Created Art

By |November 19, 2020|Categories: Digital Literacy, DLINQ News, internreflections|

By Kaylen Rivers, DLINQ Intern, Computer Science and English Double Major One project we undertook as DLINQ interns was the Digital Cyborg, an open-ended exercise where we were tasked with analyzing and describing how our relationships with the digital...

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Language in the Digital Sphere

By |May 27, 2021|Categories: Digital Literacy, DLINQ News, internreflections|

by Vera Rousseff, DLINQ Intern My personal inquiry, Language in the Digital Sphere, explores how language shapes our experience of the digital world. Like many other members of the Middlebury community, I operate in multiple languages on a daily basis...

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A Dab of Data Visualization

By |August 28, 2020|Categories: datavis, Digital Literacy, DLINQ News, internreflections|

by Jiaqi Li, DLINQ Intern, Computer Science & Geology Joint Major The efforts powered by human curiosity and an innate need to understand the world, for lack of a better term, underlie all scientific explorations. That is precisely why science is, ...

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