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The Pesagi is East Central University's yearbook, and it is available online with a five-year embargo period. While the Pesagi has been digitized for most years, be aware that no Pesagi was printed in 1918, from 1929-1945, or from 1952-1955. Please be patient when viewing these files online; they are all very large and can take several moments to load (Opens a new tab).
The ECU Journal is East Central's weekly student produced newspaper. The Journal has been published since 1916, but not all years have been digitized yet. To see which years are currently available online, use the link below. Please be patient when viewing the Journal online; the files are all very large and can take several moments to load (Opens a new tab).
A literary journal dedicated to publishing the creative works of East Central University students. Originals provides internship opportunities for student editors, who make all decisions concerning format and content (opens a new tab).
Darcy Tessman from the Department of Human Development, Hospitality, and Food Science has been using cookie cutters created and printed in the Digital Humanities Lab to bake ECU branded cookies.
John Dougherty's Typography class, in collaboration with Dana Jordan (NASNTI), designed letter print blocks on Fusion 360 and printed these blocks using the 3D printer.
April Nesbit's Molecular Biology class, in collaboration with Dana Jordan (NASNTI), created molecular cookie cutters using a 3D printer and Fusion 360. The class also made cookies with the cookie cutters they designed!
Student Projects at ECU
Want to start your own Digital Humanities project? Contact your faculty advisor or liaison librarian to get started and check out the "Resources" tab!
COVID-19 Data Visualization
ECU Mathematics students Jacob Mantooth and James Norman, under the direction of Dr. Nicholas Jacob, worked with COVID-19 data to develop visualizations looking at spread of the virus throughout the United States. They developed several visualizations comparing multivariate data in scatter plots and maps. Visualizations included data on COVID-19 cases, travel data, county size, states, and face mask requirements.
Research was supported by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under award number P20GM103447. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
English Student Katie Cowger began a long-term digitization project for the ECU student journal 'Originals'. (opens a new tab)
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