Monthly Archives: January 2009

Calvin Tong joins CIS

Effective January 21, 2009 Calvin Tong will serve as User Support Group Leader at CIS. Calvin comes to Harvey Mudd from UCLA, where he supervised the Help Desk and the support technicians at the Center for Digital Humanities. His group there had a well deserved reputation for outstanding teamwork and high quality service. Calvin received […]

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Digging into data

From the NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities blog at http://www.neh.gov/ODH/ The Digging into Data Challenge The Digging into Data Challenge is an international grant competition sponsored by four leading research agencies, the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) from the United Kingdom, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) from the United States, the National Science […]

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Linux server “Odin” to be upgraded

We will be replacing the hardware of the Linux server named “Odin”, on Thursday Jan 15 2009 at 4 PM. The new system will still answer to the name “Odin”, and have all the user data and perform the same services as the current machine. The transition between servers is expected to take less than […]

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Teaching with Sakai awards

Instructors: Teaching Award Opportunity Instructors making innovative use of Sakai, HMC’s course management system, have the opportunity to apply for the 2009 Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award. This award goes to an instructor making exceptional use of Sakai in the areas of Communication and Collaboration Learning Materials Learning Outcomes & Assessment Course Look and Feel and Usability […]

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