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Digital Library Lecture Series--Watch & Listen Online
Now you can enjoy Digital Library Lecture series presentations online, with program information & videos so you can see and hear the invited scholars in the series that KSL began in Fall 2005. Revisit or enjoy the lectures for the first time, as presenters have talked about the convergence of computing & information, how it has enabled dramatic changes (or paradigmatic changes [Kornbluh—Michigan State U, Nov. 2007 lecture]) in teaching and scholarship, and more.
Sampling of lecturers & their research in the digital landscape:
• searching, manipulating, sharing digital research in the humanities
• preserving, defining digital collections (hypertext, digital edition, online project, etc.)
• projects like Zotero, Whitman Archives, Mutable Cloud, Virtual Vaudeville, & more
• intellectual property & copyright of digital projects, new forms of collaboration in scholarly communication
High Quality Video Presentations
The Digital Library Lecture Series Online 2006-09 lectures are taped, and all lectures include program information & biographies. Enjoy them for the first time or study them again, and watch for the fall announcement of the 2009-2010 Kelvin Smith Library Digital Library Lecture Series!
The KSL Digital Library Lecture series is free of charge to the Case Western Reserve University community and to the Ohio academic and library communities, and is generously funded by the Mario M. Morino Fund for the Innovation and Application of Advanced Information Technologies and the David R. Bender Endowment Fund for Library Staff Development. The 2008-09 series was co-sponsored by the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities.
Posted by Karen Oye on April 24, 2009 09:08 PM