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Posts Tagged: Video
This week in class I’m teaching my students about the Text Encoding Initiative and how to use TEI. One example I like to use is this video produced by Cara Leitch, Dot Porter, Liam Sherriff, and Karin Armstrong. Unfortunately, it’s down on YouTube, so I’m sharing the video that’s published on the Internet Archive’s site. (Thanks Internet… Read more »
Interested in using Twitter or other social media in the classroom? This semester the Associated Colleges of the South kicked off a series of Google Hangouts related to pedagogy and technology.
If you work with digital repositories or in the scholarly communication world, you may be aware of the AHA’s new recommendation regarding history dissertations.
My general track record with MOOCs falls in line with most students. I sign up; sit through a video lecture; and then I walk away. However, I signed up for the MOOC on New Librarianship offered through Syracuse and feel this time will be different. What attracts me to this course is the opportunity to… Read more »
Dr. Bill Endres explains the potential for 3D imaging in the study of manuscripts in regard to the St. Chad Gospels.
Audio and video media are becoming an increasingly important part of libraries’ online holdings. Distribution may need to be limited to in-library devices or authorized users. The issue isn’t basically different from written documents and images, but it’s more technically complicated, and rights holders are often more sensitive about letting AV get into unauthorized hands…. Read more »
This is the best cover of Space Oddity you’ll ever experience. Enjoy the summer, science, and arts. Thanks Commander Hadfield!
The Society for Scholarly Publishing removed two blog posts and associated comments after receiving letters threatening a lawsuit from Edwin Mellen Press. Additional comments about the blogpost removal can be read at the Chronicle’s Wired Campus. Besides the blogpost removals, it seems that Edwin Mellen Press is making a digital land grab on Dale Askey… Read more »