Harmony house is hosting an exhbit of 26 original poster prints of campus social protest movements during the 1960s and 1970s. At tonight's opening reception (at 7:00 PM), art archivist Lincoln Cushing will be the featured speaker. There will also be a music performance by Stanford student Lizzie Quinlan. Refreshments will be served. One of the sponsors of this event is Stanford Says No to War. Stanford's Special Collections Department has several archival collections of protest movements in the United States.
We are pleased to announce the May 2013 digital issue of the Terman Engineering Library News. In the news this month:
- Online Journal Added – New Space offers leading-edge research in all engineering and technology disciplines supporting private/public space endeavors
- Leonar3do Desktop 3D Design Training – May 10 at 4:30 PM
- The New 2013 IEEE-Wiley eBooks are becoming available
- Three New IEEE Journals are available and more are coming - including Cloud Computing!
Medici.tv. provides high-definition webcasts of live classical music performances and an extensive video-on-demand catalog. Access is available to all current Stanford students, faculty, and staff.
Watch live-streamed concerts in real time or on delayed streaming. Concerts remain accessible generally for several weeks.
The artificial hill platform has been in place for some time, but last week we saw boxed trees arriving on the site. Heavy equipment also began shaping what appears to be a twin to the quad's informal oak shaded amphitheater in front of the Spilker building.
"As Dr. Srinivas watched the charred fragments of his lifetime's work crumble in a fireman's hands and fall to the ground, the scholar wept."
Forty-three years later, the details of the story may be different, but a similar fate could be awaiting any researcher who lacks good data management practices.
It was shortly after 5 am on April 24,1970, and the offices of Dr. Srinivas and nine other scholars at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford had just been firebombed.
Its been a month since construction began on the Solar House next to Terman Park. Here's a recent photo. No solar cells in evidence yet, but the house is recognizable now. Good luck to the team!
Today at noon, Professor Nayan Shah (University of Southern California) will be speaking on" "Prison Hunger Strikes and Globalizing the Anti-Apartheid Struggle," in the Okimoto Room on the third floor of Encina Hall. This is sponsored by CDDRL: The Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law.
The first two of six planned sessions on Advanced Power Searching With Google were held the past Tuesdays at Cubberley Education Library. In these sessions, we covered strategies on using the “Search Tools” function, including how to filter image results based on physical characteristics of expected results; using site structure to search specific domains, specific sites, part of a sites, and even a specific file type. These sessions are based on content designed for and delivered to a worldwide audience in two Massive Open Online Classes (MOOCs) offered by Google last fall and winter.