At a Faculty Senate meeting, University Librarian Mike Keller presented several of the Libraries’ latest digital initiatives, including the release of EarthWorks – an online search tool for geographic information systems (GIS), maps and other geographic datasets – and the forthcoming publication of interactive scholarly works in the digital humanities and computational social sciences by Stanford University Press.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
HEADS UP is a campaign designed to inform the campus community of construction activity and to provide strategies for navigating safely, whether on foot or on wheels.
HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK (4/13 - 4/17)
MEYER LIBRARY DEMOLITION & SITE RESTORATION
- Concrete crushing and basement wall demolition continue; expect elevated noise levels
- Offhaul of building debris continues; expect up to 20 trucks per day
The annual copyright reminder sent from the Stanford Libraries to faculty, students, and University staff outlines fundamental elements of U.S. copyright law including its application to emerging technologies and intellectual property. The full document is available online for anyone interested in contemporary copyright issues.
As reported in The Los Altos Town Crier, Architect David Lenox described how he is creating a framework for physical growth on the campus in the presentation "Stanford University: Making Connections to the Past and the Future" at The Morning Forum of Los Altos, March 3.