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Project DAVID: Collective Vision and Action for Liberal Arts Colleges

Wednesday, April 16, 2 Р 3 pm. Held online via desktop videoconferencing. How might colleges and universities use the themes of distinction, analytics, value, innovation, and digital opportunities (thus, DAVID) as a means to consider how they might reinvent themselves?

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Examining IT and Library Service Convergence

Tuesday, March 18, 2-3 pm. Held online via desktop videoconferencing. As they plan for the future, increasing numbers of colleges and universities are examining and re-envisioning the relationships between work functions. One of the closest ties often found is between

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Gamification: Theory and Applications in the Liberal Arts

Wednesday, April 9, 2-3 pm. Held online via video conferencing. As zoologists, psychologists, anthropologists, and many educators know, playing games is at the heart of learning. Teachers have long used rhetorical games like debates or mind games such as Socratic

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Geospatial Learning and Analysis Across the Curriculum

Thursday, March 6, 2 – 3 pm. Held online via desktop videoconferencing. No matter the discipline, the capacity to collect, analyze, interpret, and share geographic data can be enhanced by Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Yet identifying GIS resources and learning

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Shared Course Design: Hendrix, Rollins and the ACS New Paradigm Initiative

Thursday, February 27, 4 – 5 pm. Held online via desktop videoconferencing. A shared course piloted by Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas, and Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, tested whether a faculty member teaching students from nearly 1,000 miles

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New Directions for Digital Collections at Academic Libraries Seminar

Thursday, February 13, 2:00 Р3:00 pm. Held online via desktop videoconferencing. Seminar leaders include Mark Dahl, director of the Aubrey R. Watzek Library at Lewis & Clark College, and a NITLE fellow. Others are Mark Christel, Annelise Dehner, Isaac Gilman,

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