Events

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Save As: Lightning Talks

Building on last year’s electrifying array of micro-presentations, Lightning Talks Round III featured 20 faculty, students, and staff who use, abuse, accept, reject, and question digital technology,  each speaking for 2 minutes. Watch the videos below for a recap of the exciting projects happening around Haverford College. Digital Scholarship Librarian Mike Zarafonetis talks about upcoming workshops related to all things… Read more →

Fall 2012 Workshops

SAVE AS: The End of Bibliography Nightmares ITC, Stokes Tired of creating and keeping track of citations by hand? Come learn how Zotero and EndNoteWeb can help. (Library, Jeremiah Mercurio) SAVE AS: Borrow Instructional Technology Center, Stokes 205 A brief and broad introduction to Haverford’s digital media equipment. (Corey Chao) SAVE AS: Search Skills Lab ITC, Stokes Having trouble finding… Read more →

The Creativity Crisis: Innovation & the Shrinking Public Domain by Peter Decherney

The Creativity Crisis: Innovation & the Shrinking Public Domain by Peter Decherney

Professor Peter Decherney is the Director of the Cinema Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Hollywood’s  Copyright Wars: from Edison to the Internet and Hollywood and the Culture Elite: How the Movies Became American. His talk is sponsored by the English Department and the Distinguished Visitors Program. Brought to you by SAVE AS, a… Read more →

SAVE AS: Lightning Talks from Corey Chao on Vimeo.

Thursday, 9/20
7pm – 8:30pm
Magill Library, Philips Wing

Lightning Talks will include 25 people, each speaking for 2 minutes (with some thunder breaks mixed in). If you haven’t seen or participated in one before–they’re often exhilarating, hilarious, and yes, brief!

////Students:
Jon Appel , “Animating the Digital World”
Hema Surendranathan, “Social Tumblr: Mimicking our rules and Protecting Our Property”
Ani Chen, ” A New Soapbox: Moving Women’s Suffrage from Textbooks to Web”
Mirella Deocadiz, “What A User Wants: Expanding the Definition of “Website Design”
Minh-Duyen Thi Nguyen, “A Belated History Lesson: Cataloging Women’s Political History”
Gavi Fried & Jon Sweitzer-Lamme, “Bit by Bit”
Carl Sigmond, “Discovering the Discovery & the Grandfather Who Saved Millions”
Aaron Lowe & Adam Van Aken, “Code and Cardio”
Michael Rushmore, “Digital Graffiti”
Travis Taylor, “Popular Authority: Evolving Information Society in Egypt
Shahzeen Nasim, “Beauty by Design”

/////Professors:
Richard Freedman, “Digital du Chemin”
Jenni Punt, ” For the Record: Trans-Div Seminar”
Travis Zadeh, “Religious Text Databases”

/////Staff:
Mike Zarafonetis, “Lancaster Ave. Viewfinder, a Demo”
Sebastianna Skalisky & David Moore, “Communicating in Two Minutes”

==>Are you faculty, staff, or a student with a digital summer project or ongoing digital scholarship? Would you like to give a 2-minute presentation to the Tri-Co? If so, email snasim@haverford.edu

Brought to you by SAVE AS, a yearlong series that will inspire the Haverford campus to reimagine changing technologies and their implications for how we think, learn, and live. SAVE AS includes Digital Scholarship in the Library, Instructional & Information Technology Services, the Hurford Center of the Arts & Humanities and Tri-Co Digital Humanities.”

Workshops

Workshops

Sept 13 noon SAVE AS: The end of Bibliography Nightmares ITC, Stokes Tired of creating and keeping track of citations by hand?  Come learn how Zotero and EndNoteWeb can help. (Library, Jeremiah Mercurio) SEPT 18, 7-8pm SAVE AS: Borrow Instructional Technology Center, Stokes 205 A brief and broad introduction to Haverford’s digital media equipment. (Corey Chao) September 27 noon SAVE AS: Search… Read more →