A digital anthology of early Florida literature created by a USF St. Petersburg faculty-student collaboration led by Dr. Thomas Hallock. For more information about the project, see https://digital.usfsp.edu/early_visions/
Led by Dr. J. Michael Francis, La Florida is a collaborative initiative that combines innovative historical research with cutting-edge technology. The site offers users a multidisciplinary perspective of colonial Florida’s rich history, a history that extends far beyond what we think of as ‘Florida’ today.
This edited collection created by Drs. Morgan Gresham and Roxanne Kirkwood Aftanas explores theoretical and practical questions about multimodal, digital production through lenses of rhetoric/composition, digital writing studies, English studies, and the humanities.
Dr. Karina Hensberry is a collaborator on this University of Colorado Boulder initiative that creates free interactive math and science simulations based on extensive education research. Phet simulations engage students through an intuitive, game-like environment of exploration and discovery.
This ongoing Story Map project, authored by Assistant Librarian David Shedden, tells a story of the history of St. Petersburg, Florida, through the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library’s Earl R. Jacobs III collection of Francis G. Wagner photographs.
The Trayvon Martin project is a collaborative student project led by Dr. Julie Armstrong at USF St. Petersburg campus. The website includes an unbiased collection of information regarding the incident and case, rhetoric and media coverage, and artistic responses surrounding Trayvon Martin’s death.
The Neighborhood News Bureau (NNB) covers the historic African-American neighborhoods of St. Petersburg, Florida. Undergraduate and graduate students from the Department of Journalism and Media Studies staff the newsroom under the supervision of a faculty member.