Here's what we're working on

The following projects are in development


New College 3D

New College of Florida 3D model repository.

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Constitution Day

Constitution Day is an exhibit (built with Jekyll using Wax) that features New College of Florida students' opinions about how they would change aspects of the constitution. Updated every year after Constitution Day.

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Nunneries of Bhutan

The Nunneries of Bhutan Online project is a project that focuses on mapping and documenting sites of monastic education in the Himalayas.

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Selbyana

Selbyana, the peer-reviewed research journal of Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, publishes original research on canopy biology and tropical plants, especially epiphytes. This peer-reviewed journal includes floristic treatments, anatomy, biogeography, cytology, ecology, phylogeny, physiology, and systematics of tropical plants. Abstracts are presented in English and Spanish when possible. Volumes have been published annually since 1975. Back issues will be made available for study on this platform.

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I.M. Pei Digital Exhibit

A digital exhibit featuring primary sources from the New College of Florida Archives, celebrating I.M. Pei's contribution to the architecture of New College.

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ThesisLink

ThesisLink is a web application that visualizes over 50 years of metadata from undergraduate theses by New College of Florida students. It presents users with an alternative: to view undergraduate theses as objects that are associated to each other via what we call intellectual links. The landing page gives you an idea of the intellectual production of NCF undergraduate students.

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New College Translations

A website featuring translations of Greek, Latin, Spanish, and French works by students studying modern and classical languages.

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Library Social Networks

A Shiny App that allows you to quickly and easily visualize library instruction sessions in the form of a network graph..

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We support the following class projects


Neuroethology Blog

This blog is all about brains and behavior — how animal brains generate behavior, how behaviors and neural mechanisms mechanisms develop, and how and why behaviors and their mechanisms evolve. These questions are central to the discipline of neuroethology, a sub-area of neuroscience. The blog is authored by a number of students who are enrolled in an advanced Neuroethology seminar at New College of Florida in Spring 2019

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Broken Brains, Broken Souls

This blog is all about the history of mental health and the socio-cultural, medical, and legislative actions that have affected our understanding of mental health over time. This is a class blog for HUMN3100.

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Organic Chemistry Wiki

A locally hosted, public wiki focused on organic chemistry. The content of this wiki is being contributed by students in Organic Chemistry 1.

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Religion and Pop Culture Blog

This blog is all about how religion appears in popular culture. Students writing this blog focus in on works of popular culture, such as movies, tv shows, and books, and explore how notions of religion and religiosity make their way onto the screen or page. The blog is authored by students enrolled in the Religion and Popular Culture course at New College of Florida in Spring 2019.

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Student projects


Screenprints Digital Exhibit

A digital exhibit, including detailed metadata, featuring the New College Student Association's T-Shirt Screenprint Archive. Curated by Caroline Newberg. Built with Jekyll using Wax.

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Religion and Pop Culture Blog

This blog is all about how religion appears in popular culture. Students writing this blog focus in on works of popular culture, such as movies, tv shows, and books, and explore how notions of religion and religiosity make their way onto the screen or page. The blog is authored by students enrolled in the Religion and Popular Culture course at New College of Florida in Spring 2019.

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