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The Case For Collaborative Tools: Long Distance Teamwork On A Shoestring Budget, Jessica De Perio Wittman, Lucie Olejnikova Nov 2008

The Case For Collaborative Tools: Long Distance Teamwork On A Shoestring Budget, Jessica De Perio Wittman, Lucie Olejnikova

Jessica de Perio Wittman

An article written on how to create podcasts using readily-available technology, and how to use these podcasts in legal education.


Teaching The Teacher: How To Integrate Information Literacy Into The Curriculum, Robert Fernekes, Sonya Shepherd Sep 2008

Teaching The Teacher: How To Integrate Information Literacy Into The Curriculum, Robert Fernekes, Sonya Shepherd

Sonya S. Gaither

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Media: Maintaining The Balance, Julie Decesare Apr 2008

Media: Maintaining The Balance, Julie Decesare

Julie A DeCesare

Striking a balance between what your patrons want versus what they need is a daily challenge. This presentation will discuss the Media Center's Outreach and efforts on behalf of the students and faculty of the Boston College Community, as well as our hopes for the future. The Media Center is O'Neill Library's non-print collection of visual materials, audio recordings, And computer data files (an inventory of over 20,000 items on a variety of formats). In addition to the physical collection, the Media Center (with partners) also supports a Streamed Film Collection initiative and owns the digital ...


The Mass. Memories Road Show: Some Notes On Bridging And Bonding, Joanne M. Riley Mar 2008

The Mass. Memories Road Show: Some Notes On Bridging And Bonding, Joanne M. Riley

Joanne M. Riley

Four years ago, the Mass. Studies Project at UMass Boston launched a cultural heritage project that we dubbed the “Mass. Memories Road Show,” a real-world mashup of PBS’s Antiques Road Show (people bring their personal stuff to a local event for professional perusal) and the Library of Congress’ American Memory Project (digitize historic stuff and share it with the world). Our ambitious goal was – and still is! – to visit each of the 351 communities in Massachusetts, inviting residents to bring in photographs that reflect themselves and their families in that community. At the public “Road Show” events, we digitize ...


First Mate's B-Log, Mel Regnell Dec 2007

First Mate's B-Log, Mel Regnell

Mel Regnell

Log entries of the First Mate on the sailing yacht, Fedele, out of Stockton Springs, Maine. Updated irregularaly as time and weather permits, these are the ramblings of a novice seaman on board the wooden boat Fedele - a 40 foot Ketch.