Divisional Faculty Advisory Groups – Fall 2011

Divisional Faculty Advisory Groups meet once or twice per year to discuss library and technology issues and interests. All four groups met in the fall semester. Notes on their discussions are available on the LIS Advisors blog [shortcut: go/lisadvisors]. Here are the links:

Arts and Humanities
Highlight: Cross-departmental interest in video recording/storage issues…

Sciences
Highlight: LIS offers a virtual computer option that enables students to access specialized software when not in a computer lab…

Social Sciences
Highlight:  Summon.  Your students are using it – do you know what it is? Do you like it?

Languages
Highlight: Innovation: digital humanities, cyberinfrastructure…

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  1. Ian McBride

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