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Digital Initiatives at Lewis & Clark

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Staff at Lewis & Clark College's Watzek Library have developed a Digital Initiatives program, in which students and faculty are engaged in the creation of digital projects as part of curricular activities. The projects include accessCeramics, a fine arts image database; Oregon Poetic voices, an growing repository of recorded poetry; and Lewis & Clark Around the World, a digital documentation project for students studying overseas. Jeremy, Mark, and Anneliese will talk about the development of the program and will discuss projects in the areas of arts, biology, and study abroad.

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Start Date

10-2-2012 1:15 PM

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10-2-2012 2:00 PM

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Digital Initiatives at Lewis & Clark

Staff at Lewis & Clark College's Watzek Library have developed a Digital Initiatives program, in which students and faculty are engaged in the creation of digital projects as part of curricular activities. The projects include accessCeramics, a fine arts image database; Oregon Poetic voices, an growing repository of recorded poetry; and Lewis & Clark Around the World, a digital documentation project for students studying overseas. Jeremy, Mark, and Anneliese will talk about the development of the program and will discuss projects in the areas of arts, biology, and study abroad.