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    Lunch & Learn

    Stewart Hicks Sep 9 '04 1

    There's a student run series called Lunch and Learn that takes place on Wednesdays...during lunch. The schedule:

    9/15 SPAM: Everyone talks about it, but OIT is doing something about it (Dan Oberst)

    9/22 Blackboard content system and new BB features (Dennis Hood, Matt Hood)

    9/29 Create and edit your own video extravaganzas (David Hopkins)

    10/6 Blogs, Weblogs, Powerful web journals (Kati Lovasz)
    Location: Carl A. Fields Center – Liberation Hall

    10/13 A computer deconstructed (Adam Re)

    10/20 Better than Google: Find articles and more at the library (Nancy Pressman Levy)

    10/27 Electronic election systems: e-voting security and paper trails (Michelle Mulder)
    Location: Dodd's Auditorium, Robertson Hall – No food or beverages allowed.

    11/10 Technology in language teaching: Fitting new media into the classroom (Jamie Rankin)

    11/17 ARTstor: A digital library for the humanities (Bill Ying, Max Marmor)

    12/15 Our new web content management system (Reed Meister)

    1/5 The new data warehouse (Ted Bross)

    1/12 Intellectual property issues in technology (Clayton Marsh)

    1/19 Open Source Software: The good, the bad, and the costly (Serge Goldstein)

    1/26 From supercomputers to the OIT Beowulf cluster (Curt Hillegas)

     

     
    • 1 Comment

    • howard
      Sep 23, 04 11:20 am

      It's great to see Lunch 'n Learn appearing here, however I would like to make two corrections.
      1. The series is not student run. It is run by OIT.
      2. The 11/17 event which was to be a presentation on ARTstor, has been replaced with:
      11/17 Discussion of digital image resource projects at Princeton (Janet Temos)

      And of course all students, faculty, and staff are invited to bring your lunch (we provide the cookies and beverages) ... and learn.

      Howard Strauss - OIT

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