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OER Workshop (154k)   Uploaded by Curtis Kendrick on 10/6/2014

Describes workshop for faculty about how to convert courses to using OERs. Limited to 20 participants, those successfully completing the two-week workshop will receive a modest stipend. Please share the information, and apologies for duplication.

Robert Darnton and DPLA @ the Grad Center April 29, 2 pm (79.2k)   Uploaded by Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz on 4/18/2013

The Digital Public Library of America will launch this Thursday, April 18th, 2013, connecting America’s libraries, archives, and museums, allowing archives and digital collections of all variety to be discovered using the enriched hub of metadata. The DPLA launch party, planned for Thursday the Boston Public Library, right in front of where this Monday’s tragedy occurred, has been cancelled, but the site will go live at noon. Dan Cohen, the newly appointed Founding Executive Director, since March of this year, posts his condolences to the people of Boston. Arrangements for the Fall will be made. The Friends of the Mina Rees Library welcomes Robert Darnton, founder of the Digital Public Library of America and Harvard’s head librarian, in conversation Monday afternoon April 29 with President Kelly and Professor Kornblum of Sociology and chair of the Friends of the Mina Rees Library. Please join us; RSVP with

9/11, Part I – A People’s Response (95k)   Uploaded by Leila Walker on 9/7/2011

For more information: 212 817 8460 Presenting our first Fall 2011 Gotham History Forum: 9/11, Part I – A People’s Response Wednesday, September 21st, 6:30 p.m. CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue @ 34th Street – Segal Theater On September 11, 2001 the digital age was just emerging. Before youTube, before Facebook and Twitter, communities sought ways to witness and share their experiences. Please join Steve Brier of the 9/11 Digital Archive, Ruth Sergel and Pamela Griffiths of Voices of 9/11, and Mary Marshall Clark of Columbia University’s Oral History Program to view and discuss select projects that reflect the diversity and passion of a people's response to 9/11. Single tickets are $10; Members, $8. All Forums are $50; Members $40. No Surcharges. To purchase tickets, call 212-868-4444 or click here.

Notes from 10-13 CUNY DHI Meeting (42k)   Uploaded by Charlie Edwards on 10/19/2010

Notes from our meeting on 10/13/2010, "DH & Ed Tech"; Boone Gorges, Joe Ugoretz, Luke Waltzer and Mikhail Gershovich presented.

Notes from first CUNY DHI meeting (36k)   Uploaded by Charlie Edwards on 9/29/2010

Notes from our first meeting on 9/22/10.

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