NMCC is excited to host a talk by Melissa Gregg, author of Work’s Intimacy (2011) and Principal Engineer and Director of Smart Home Research at Intel.
We invite you to attend a free to the public talk, “Counterproductive: Time management in a knowledge economy,” from her in-progress book on time management technologies.
Monday, April 16th at 4pm in the Knight Library Browsing Room.
by Kate Mondloch (UO, Dept. Head, History of Art and Architecture )
Collage art by Tokyo-based artist Q-TA
- Friday, March 9, 2pm
- Knight Library Browsing Room (Knight 106)
Catered reception and wine bar following discussion.
The University of Oregon Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) has begun a new internal-UO grant program for faculty (individuals and small groups) interested in developing digital projects for research and teaching. This year, the Libraries will accept proposals until April 30, 2018, end of day. The Libraries will work with grant award winners to implement the selected digital projects sometime during the 2018-2019 academic year or earlier, depending upon the faculty members’ availability. As needed, grantees will receive DSC design services, project management support, digital collection development, technology support, metadata consultation, and more from the Libraries. Collaborative projects that combine internal and external funding and other special programs are welcome. Continue reading
Here are this week’s top New Media calls for papers and proposals:
Courses that count toward the New Media and Culture Certificate and are being offered in Spring term, 2018 are now listed on the NMCC website.
Click here to view Spring course offerings