Tag Archives: Princeton University Library

Lunch and Learn: SearchIt@PUL with Nancy Pressman-Levy and Jeremy Darrington

https://mediacentral.princeton.edu/id/1_5l2r1ev9 Wednesday, February 29, 12:00 noon Frist Multipurpose Room B SearchIt@PUL:  New Research Discovery Tool from the Library Nancy Pressman-Levy, Jeremy Darrington Would you like to learn how to expand your research beyond Google?   SearchIt@PUL, the Library’s new discovery system … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Mapping and Emergency Response: Managing a Flood of Data presented by Bill Guthe, Wangyal Shawa

video platform video management video solutionsvideo player Wednesday, October 5, 12:00 noon ***Oakes Lounge, Whig Hall*** Mapping and Emergency Response: Managing a Flood of Data Bill Guthe, Wangyal Shawa Following any significant event, people expect to find information on-line regarding … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Improving Wikipedia

Wikipedia, said David Goodman at the October 13 Lunch ‘n Learn seminar, is by far the most used online encyclopedia, and the most referenced source in the world, with more than 338 million unique visitors a month. It contains articles in more … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Archives and Manuscripts: Library Finding Aids with Daniel Santamaria

The Department of Rare Books and Special Collections at the Princeton University Library holds world class archival and manuscripts collections. The Mudd Manuscript Library, with more than 35,000 linear feet of storage, holds two major collections: The Princeton University Archives … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Creative Commons: Guilt-Free Reuse of Others’ Work with Keith Gresham and David Hollander

Modern copyright law guarantees authors full rights over their work even without the inclusion of the © copyright notice. “All rights reserved” gives authors (for the length of their lives plus 70 years) the sole right to copy their works, … Continue reading

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