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Fordham University, the New York Public Library, and other prominent collections with the goal of finding a data Esperanto in the current Tower of Babel of competing standards.

Still Water's Craig Dietrich presented the RDF-based authoring tool Scalar, while Joline Blais and Jon Ippolito spoke about the Metaserver, a lightweight protocol that connects disparate archives while respecting differ
Could the creative use of technology help humanities scholars win back public support?

See an inventory of edible, medicinal and insectory plants at LongGreenHouse in the last week of September 2011. In fall 2008, the .42 acre site was mostly lawn with two apple trees, a silver maple, highbush blueberry and some ornamentals.

Under the guidance of Charles and Julia Yelton, and UMaine professors Joline Blais, gkisedtanamoogk, Cheryl Robertson, Emily Markides, and Mi'kmaq Clan Moth
Have you read a good book lately? Perhaps you’ve hummed a favorite song, composed a sketch or just contemplated the coming of Maine’s fall colors. Maybe you’ve taken a friend to a favorite fishing spot, jogged in the backwoods or discussed memories with an older relative. Perhaps you purchased this newspaper... (Bangor Daily News)
"This page provides resources for the MLA convention session "Evaluating Digital Work for Tenure and Promotion: A Workshop for Evaluators and Candidates," sponsored by the MLA Ad Hoc Committee on the Structure of the Annual Convention in conjunction with the MLA Committee on Information Technology. The first of these workshops was offered at the 2008 MLA convention. The workshop was offered again
Cathy Davidson argues that term papers and other university traditions have outgrown their relevance as benchmarks of academic achievement. "It's time to stop preparing students for a world that no longer exists....In "Now You See It," [Cathy] Davidson cites the elite Socratic system of questions and answers, the agrarian method of problem-solving and the apprenticeship program of imitating a mas
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