Erica B. Walker

Erica B. Walker
Clemson University | CU · Department of graphic communications

Doctor of Philosophy

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Adjunct faculty are part-time or contingent full-time faculty who are ineligible for tenure and exist outside of the tenure-track system. Emerging from their increased use by higher education over the past fifty years (Donoghue, 2008), there are a variety of narratives attached to the adjunct experience. One such tale describes the plight of the ad...
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italic xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">The perception of color in sports teams and branding alike is a highly valued asset in broadcasting and marketing that is worth protecting. The appearance of color is impacted by many factors including capture source, ambient light, and the limitations...
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Necessary accommodations due to COVID-19 brought about a rapid change in all areas of higher education. Course instruction moved from in-person to online and instructors conducted classes from home through online video conferencing. This transition in format revealed both strengths and weaknesses in instructional design and in teaching tools. Indus...
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When watching sports on screen, fans recognize inconsistencies in their team colors. ColorNet is an artificial intelligence (AI) technology that ingests live video, adjusts each frame pixel‐by‐pixel, and outputs color corrected video in real‐time ensuring accurate brand colors. In this study, ColorNet is demonstrated using Clemson University's oran...
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Sports fans know their team’s colors and recognize inconsistencies in brand color display when their beloved team’s colors show up incorrectly during a broadcast. Repetition and consistency build brand recognition, and that equity is valuable and worth protecting. Accurate display of specified colors on-screen is impacted by many factors including...
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As a reality of modern higher education, the use of adjunct instructors to teach courses is a common practice, often viewed through institutional constraints. This paper uses a different lens to examine the experiences of students in courses taught by adjunct instructors who are primarily employed in industry. It explores the affordances these inst...
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Historically, classroom content delivery has relied on lecture, but recently there has been a call for educators to use active learning to promote student engagement and a deeper understanding of the material (Bonwell and Eison 1991; Erickson 1984; Cross 1987; Prince 2004; Bodnar and Clark 2014). According to Prince (2004) active learning is any me...
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In many graphic communications programs, lab courses are one of the cornerstones to providing students with meaningful, hands-on learning experiences. Theoretical content taught during lectures is linked to laboratory assignments in order for the student to grasp how theory looks in practice. These lab-based experiences also integrate opportunities...
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This study focuses on managing brand colors on largeformat video displays during live sporting events. First, we will look at current research regarding large-format screens and explore the technologies used by screen manufacturers to adjust and maintain color accuracy in varying conditions. Viewers perceive color differently and this can be furthe...
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Contribution: This paper furthers understanding of how to use studio culture to develop instruction that supports learners' epistemic development in the context of an engineering senior design course, with a focus on student development of epistemic frames. Background: Current capstone engineering design courses do not integrate the educational the...
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Abstract Background Mixed methods research commonly uses video as a tool for collecting data and capturing reflections from participants, but it is less common to use video as a means for disseminating results. However, video can be a powerful way to share research findings with a broad audience especially when combining the traditions of ethnograp...

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