On Monday, November 7, CNDLS will host a talk by geographer Diana Sinton exploring the roles that mapping technologies can play in higher education.
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Congratulations to Anne Rosenwald (Biology), who was recently selected as a BEN Scholar for her development of the Genome Solver project.
Beginning on Thursday, October 20, the Department of Performing Arts will present a number of events that highlight issues of inclusion and diversity.
Joan Riley (NHS), a longtime CNDLS collaborator, was recently inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing.
Can I show this video clip in the classroom? Can my student post this photo on our class website? Who owns the rights to the lecture I just recorded?
Kelsey Brannan, a graduate associate at CNDLS and a first-year student in Georgetown’s Communication, Culture, and Technology program, was recently selected as a 2011-12 HASTAC scholar.
Are science-fiction cyborgs on the brink of turning into commercial realities? Michael Chorost, a book author and cochlear implant user, will invite you to compare the science-fiction dreams of our culture to the realities of medical technology in 2011.
At Georgetown, fall courses involving the Wikipedia Project will include classes on “New Media: Innovation, Community, and Dissidence” and “Art and Terrorism.”
CNDLS is pleased to announce that two recent proposals to the National Science Foundation have been accepted!
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TLT) planning team is pleased to announce the TLT Faculty Fellows for 2011-2012.