Interface is the electronic journal of the Berglund Center for Internet Studies at Pacific University. It has been published since 2001 and has both funded and published hundreds of articles on the impact of the Internet, written for both scholarly and popular audiences.
The Journal of the Association for History and Computing (JAHC), sponsored by the Berglund Center for Internet Studies, is the first peer-reviewed journal in the field of Historical Studies to be posted on the Internet. It has been published since 1998. It appears several times a year, and is the offical journal of the American Association for History and Computing. Currently hosted and maintained by University of Michigan.
The Berglund Center for Internet Studies sponsors the web site for AsPac, the Association for Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast. AsPac is the largest of the Regional Conferences of the Association for Asian Studies, the largest international scholarly organization in the field of Asian Studies. AsPac pages can be found at: http://mcel.pacificu.edu/aspac/ and at http://www.aspac.info/ See also E-AsPac, the peer-reviewed electronic journal of AsPac.
E-AsPac, the electronic journal of the Association of Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (AsPac) is sponsored by the Berglund Center for Internet Studies at Pacific University. It has appeared on the Internet since 2002 in its current fully peer-reviewed form, and as ASPAC Papers for five years previously. The two sites have published hundreds of authoritative articles in Asian Studies and E-AsPac has been recognized for its scholarly quality by a number of international venues.
The Berglund Student Fellowship Award
is awarded to four students each year and is annually renewable. This is a unique
award for students with interest, experience and ability with the Internet,
electronic materials, or online applications. It is an opportunity for a student to
pursue research or projects on topics related to the internet which are of personal
interest to them.
This year the the Berglund Fellows are: Sophomores, Gavin Brown, Justin Redona, Patrick Nako and our newest Freshman fellow, Matthew Yasuoka.
A congratulations to all of them for achieving the fellowship!
The Berglund Center for Internet Studies has chosen to
fund three research projects through the Berglund Fellowship 2011-12 Award. The
Berglund Fellowship Awards offers course release time to faculty allowing them time
to pursue an area of research relevant to the use of the Internet.
Dotted Landscape: The Digital Narrative Project
Michael Geraci, Associate Professor of Media Arts
Directed Reading: Teaching Students to Read Mathematics in the Internet Age
Nancy Ann Neudauer, PhD, Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
Investigation of the use of Mobile Technology in Healthcare Clinical Education
Sandra Pelham-Foster MPHA/ OTR/L, Assistant Professor, School of Occupational Therapy
To apply for either of these Fellowships, check this out!