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Lunch & Learn: The “Mapping Globalization” Project with Miguel Centeno and Manish Nag

“Mapping Globalization” was the topic of today’s Lunch ‘n Learn featuring Professor Miguel Centeno and graduate student, Manish Nag, both of the Department of Sociology at Princeton.
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The Productive Scholar: Patents and Patent Searching from a Librarian’s Perspective

David Hollander, Law and Legal Studies Librarian at Princeton, and Willow Dressel, Assistant Librarian at Princeton’s Engineering and Furth Libraries, gave a talk on Wednesday, February 9th about the history of patents. . .
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Lunch & Learn: Optimizing fusion particle codes for massively parallel computers

The last decade has witnessed a rapid emergence of larger and faster computing systems in the US. Massively parallel machines have gone mainstream and are now the tool of choice for large scientific simulations. Keeping up with the continuously evolving … Continue reading

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Tech Spotlights: Photo Story

Here is the slide show presentation given at the 5/4/10 Technology Spotlight Session.     Photo Story is a free program by Microsoft designed to work with Windows XP and Vista. With Photo Story you can create a slide show … Continue reading

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Technology Spotlights: Voiceboards/Wimba in Blackboard

Here’s the slideshow presentation from our Technology Spotlight Series on 3/30/2010. The topic was Setting Up Voiceboards/Wimba in Blackboard. Here’s the link to the handouts for this topic: Setting Up Voiceboards/Wimba in Blackboard for Instructors (PDF)  

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