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save the date, march 1, 2014
Central area towards the west spanning from Cady Mall to Palm Walk
The School of International Letters and Cultures shares the ancient and sacred art of henna tattooing. Henna tattoo artists will be on hand to give live demonstrations on volunteers from the public.
Join Assistant Professor Alice Daer and English students for a fun test of your Internet culture IQ. How does a video go "viral?" What's the most popular Tweet of all time and why? What's the difference between a meme and an image macro? And why is the Internet so obsessed with cats, anyway? Learn why this stuff isn't so meaningless and why nerds are taking over the world in this interactive session that promises to make you LOL.
Join the School of International Letters and Cultures for a mini language lesson.
Be part of a demonstration where you can use EEG brain signals to move the mouse on your computer screen.
First we record examples of your EEG signals when you imagine moving your arm up.
Then we record your EEG signals when you imagine moving your arm down.
We then assign each EEG recording to a particular mouse movement.
With a little practice, you can learn to move the cursor up and down on your computer screen!
With pens or pixels—how do you like to write? Add to community writing projects on a chalkboard or a Twitter backchannel. Facilitated by members of English's Writing Programs, where: “writing takes place.”
School of International Letters and Cultures' classics expert Almira Poudrier and The Design School's Thomas Morton lead a guided virtual tour of ancient Rome using a flythrough of the digital model Rome Reborn. Poudrier and Morton give a few historical and architectural details about the sites visited, and provide a short discussion of the development of digital technologies in classical scholarship and in teaching classics, with reference to older models like vRoma, popular Online resources like Google Earth, and to recent scholarship on this topic.
Hungry from all of the fun of the Night of the Open Door? Visit the Origins Project Club Snack Table where you can purchase a variety of food and beverages. All proceeds benefit the student-run Origins Project Club. You can also receive information about the exciting science-focused public programming and cutting-edge research being facilitated by the Origins Project at ASU.
Zone 2 | Cady Mall, near the intersection with Tyler Mall
Stop by the School of International Letters and Cultures to learn more about studying abroad in Brazil, Québec, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, Romania, Spain, and China.
Learning Support Services in the School of International Letters and Cultures presents its new “project-based learning lab” – the SILC LSS Collaboratory at this open house event.