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Utilize LiveWhale (our web content management system) to drive news/events digital signs across the three campuses. As the content already lives in LiveWhale, this is a much less expensive alternative to the commercial systems available. It does however require some custom coding to foster the real-time deliver of content to the screens as well as additional coding for the screens. (David)
- 9 Dec: Completed memory health check to make system more resilient.
- 18 Nov: Refined event buffer to have a minimum number of events even if they go out more than 12 days, due to breaks and vacations.
- 11 Nov: Tested two methods of user interaction: Kinect and smart phone.
- 10 Nov: Completed duplicate event filtering.
- 7/10 Oct: Titling and length improvements (smaller of 12 days or 20 items).
The Source is our Lewis & Clark internal news outlet. It’s currently produced by PR for faculty and staff members, but we’re looking to expand it to students with more self-created content and new user-centric features. (David)
August 13The grant will allow the graduate school to expand its new – and rapidly growing – free clinic for problem gamblers, the only program in Oregon to offer weekend services.
September 23On October 2 from 4-6 pm, 10 Roosevelt High School students will showcase photographs depicting their daily lives.
April 18Ten students from the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling traveled to Mumbai, India in December as part of their coursework in the Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy (MCFT) and Community Counseling Programs.