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Perhaps a nice idea for our evening events. DIY Pringles Laser Projector from Germán González Garrido on Vimeo.
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Interactivity in signage.
With James Victore. He is good.
I just finished installing a selection of artworks from our historical art collection. Stop by the 3rd floor Offitt Gallery space and check it out (that's where the closest renovated bathrooms are!)
Today I will be attending a forum at the United Nations hosted by the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government. The theme will be "MOOCs in the Developing World: Democratization of Knowledge or Academic Hype?" and the panel will feature Anant Agarwal (edX, CEO), Phillip G. Altbach (Boston College / Carnegie Foundation), Barbara E. Kahn (Wharton School of Business, UPEnn / Coursera), and S. Sitaraman (Ritnand Balved Education Foundation / Amity University). The conversation will be moderated by Ben Wildavsky (Rockefeller Institute of Government / SUNY Albany). The event will be webcast...
Last week at the Society for Information Display annual conference, Nokia revealed a new foldable screen technology
The Voice 200 Exhibition is up. It features a curated selection of The Voice episodes in four categories: educational policy, curriculum, social context of education, and teacher education. Come by the first floor of the library and check it out. Here are some images of the process of making it.
The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival is featuring a film, OUT OF PRINT, on the future of books, libraries, and learning. There will be showings on the 25th and the 28th, with a talk featuring the filmmaker, Vivienne Roumani; NYPL President and CEO, Tony Marx, and others following the second screening. Here is the info: Directed by Vivienne Roumani. (USA) — World Premiere. Dive into the riveting debate over the future of ideas, as documentarian Vivienne Roumani tackles the questions confronting the mode...