Monthly Archives: October 2011

September 2011 update from the CIO

September was such a busy month that we saw very few news articles being written! Nevertheless, there’s much to report. And we’ll get back on the wagon with respect to writing timely news articles this month. Email and Calendar The email and calendar team, after slowing down for the start of semester frenzy, have picked […]

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September 2011 Audiovisual News

As you are probably aware one of the Audiovisual Office’s summer projects was to prepare eight temporary classrooms to replace the classrooms in Thomas-Garrett. Since the classrooms opened in August, the Dean of Faculty’s Office has made it possible for us to make a number of additional improvements to the temporary classrooms. The video projector […]

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Two high-performance workstations coming to the Learning Studio

The computers in the CIS computer labs (Sprague first floor and second floor of the LAC) were configured with mid to high range components during the time of their purchase.  The iMacs and Dell desktops have Core 2 Duo processors, between 2 to 4 GB of memory, large hard drives, and mid-range video cards.  Some […]

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Oxford Scholarly Editions on line

Posted by Prof Willard McCarty, King’s College London on the humanist listserv: March 2012 sees the launch of a major new publishing initiative from Oxford University Press – Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) – the first phase publishing online the complete text of more than 150 scholarly editions of material written between 1485 and 1660. […]

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