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  • Sep 25, 2022 - 4:00pm
    Petr Janata (UC Davis)

    Petr Janata Most people experience fragments of music that repeatedly play in their minds, many times a day. Involuntary musical imagery is a pervasive form of spontaneous thought and memory replay.

  • Sep 25, 2022 - 5:00pm
    Greg Crowther (Everett Community College) & Larry Lesser (The University of Texas at El Paso)

    If you are a practitioner of STEAM (STEM+Arts) education, have you ever thought about conducting more formal research in this area? Many of us have training in traditional scientific research, and some of our research skills surely are transferable to the realm of DBER (discipline-based education research). However, since education is a social science rather than a natural science, it also encompasses many assumptions and techniques that may not be familiar to STEM professionals.

  • Sep 25, 2022 - 5:30pm
    Suzie Shrubb (Fermilab)

    Panel Discussion: Working in Harmony

  • Sep 25, 2022 - 6:30pm
    Filipe J. Zabala (UFRGS, Brazil)

    We introduce 'voice' package, developed to be a free and easy-to-use set of tools to perform audio analysis in R. Three main approaches are presented: (i) extract_features, (ii) tag and (iii) poetry. Such approaches aim to (i) easily build data frames containing the main features from multiple audio files, (ii) attach summarized columns from audio files to canonical data and (iii) map the best spoken words in the best order. The open datasets (Mozilla) Common Voice and VoxForge are presented to illustrate the main functionalities of (i) and (ii).