Monthly Archives: March 2010

DS Timeline

At this point, we are all familiar with timelines on the web. Usually they need to be created by someone who knows a bit of programming and once they are done, they are forever set in stone (or require a … Continue reading

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New web-based tool for analyzing musical composition

Students in music classes often have to go to the library or search the Virtual Concert Hall (ViCH) database to listen to musical selections assigned by their instructors. This involves a large investment of time just finding the musical pieces … Continue reading

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Teaching/Research Portals

Ken Panko, Manager, Instructional Technology Group , Christine DeLucia, PhD Candidate in American Studies, and Miriam Posner, PhD Candidate in Film and American Studies, discussed a small but growing number of web sites created and edited collaboratively by librarians, curators, … Continue reading

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Google Earth and ARTStor

Google Earth has many uses within the classroom, but can be especially powerful when coupled with institutional collections and resources. Mia Genoni, Mellon Special Collection Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow & Lecturer in the History of Art, presented about using Google Earth … Continue reading

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