GIS Photographic Archive

This georeferenced database of archived photographs collected during field studies chronicles environmental change in the Wooster, Ohio region, helping to answer questions such as: Why are streams dramatically cutting into the stream beds and banks? How fast do boulders move down a stream? These photos are available online at the GIS Photographic Archive.

Farmer Oral History Collection

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For this documentary project, students in a course entitled Innovations in Agroecology planned and recorded oral interviews of local farmers, gaining first-hand knowledge of their farm operations and their lives in farming.

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Media and Politics TV ads

Mass media has a tremendous effect on politics in the United States. Effectively communicating a political message can mean the difference between winning and losing an election. Students in the Media and Politics, taught by Assistant Professor of Political Science, Angela Bos, worked in teams to develop a communication plan for an Ohio candidate. Based on course readings and class research, the teams drafted a memo and created a political ad.

GIS-Based Photographic Archive

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This georeferenced database of archived photographs collected during field studies will chronicle environmental change in the Wooster, Ohio region. This archive will help answer questions such as: Why are streams dramatically cutting into the stream beds and banks? How fast do boulders move down a stream?

Collecting and Digitizing Farmer Interviews in Wayne County, Ohio

For this documentary project led by Matt Mariola, Visiting Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Jessica Clemons, Science Librarian, students in a course entitled Innovations in Agroecology planned and recorded oral interviews of local farmers, gaining first-hand knowledge of their farm operations and their lives in farming. These oral histories are available online at the Digital Collection Farmer Oral Histories.