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Advanced Machine Learning 2022 - day 06 Implementing DL Experiments

Writing python files that are supercomputer-ready; saving/retrieving experiment state to/from pickle files; command-line execution of experiments

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CQ Researcher - Find information about controversial issues

This short video demonstrates how to use the database CQ Research to find information about controversial issues. CQ Researcher is available through the OU Libraries website at…

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MUSC 5323 History of Opera

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Zoe Sherinian: The Trans-Oceanic Parai Drum

The Historic and Trans-Oceanic Parai Drum: Caste and Music from Sangam Literature to Temple Iconography 2020-2021 Forum Faculty Fellow Zoe Sherinianwith guests Davesh Soneji and Arun Raja Selvan …

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Advanced Machine Learning - Day 6

Python coding for the supercomputer

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Lindsay Stallones Marshall: Saving History From The Cowboys

Part of the panel discussion "Space, Place, and Schooling: African American and Indigenous Oklahoma, 1865-1925" Lindsay Stallones Marshall: PhD Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow in…

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Mirelsie Velázquez: Space, Place, and Schooling: Black and Indigenous Oklahoma, 1865-1925

“Space, Place, and Schooling: African American and Indigenous Oklahoma, 1865-1925” speaks to the need to place both Oklahoma and communities of color (African American and American Indian…

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Kyle Harper

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Lynne Ambrosini: Creating the Impressionist Landscape: The Compositional Inventions of Charles François Daubigny

Working more extensively in the open air than preceding artists, Charles François Daubigny (1817–1878) created new sorts of landscape formats that would prove highly influential. Among…

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Patricia Mainardi: Why Is Caricature Funny?

Caricature can make us laugh, but the best images can also make us think, and by means of exaggeration and analogy they reveal the truth hidden beneath surface appearances. In “Why is…

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Christy Hyman: Abstract|Concretize|Simplify: The Tensions of Critical GIS and Historical Geography ([email protected] Digital Humanities Symposium)

Christy Hyman is a fifth year PhD student focusing on historical geography at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Her research focuses on African American efforts toward cultural and political…

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Aparna Nair: Cripping the Digital Humanities ([email protected] Digital Humanities Symposium)

Aparna Nair is an Assistant Professor of History of Science at the University of Oklahoma. Previously, she was a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at the Center for Modern Indian Studies at the University…

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Quintana Heathman - Brocade Pictures and Bestsellers: Japanese Popular Print Culture of the Edo Period (1615-1868)

In Japan, a vibrant print culture developed during the Edo period (1615–1868). Centered in the city of Edo (modern day Tokyo), these popular works were mass produced via woodblock printing.…

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Primary and Secondary Sources - History 1493-70

This video describes the definition and differences between primary and secondary sources and the ways you can use them in relationship to to Paper II. You will need (in other words, you are…

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Paragraph Unity - Writing Tutorial, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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Thesis Statement - Writing Tutorials, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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