Darwin’s Powerpoint: 201111_scott_streaming
Following up on a brief Lunch ‘n Learn presentation last December, Darwin Scott will devote a full session to the ins and outs of key proprietary streaming audio and visual electronic resources provided to the Princeton community by the University Library. Learn some tips ‘n tricks on how to search these resources, make play lists and send streaming files to mobile devices, explore added text features, and much more. As in all things electronic these days, a lot has changed in a year!
Darwin Scott is the Music Librarian at Princeton’s Arthur Mendel Music Library and is the subject liaison for the Music Department and the programs in dance and theater at the Lewis Center for the Arts. He holds a Ph.D. in musicology (specializing in medieval music) and an MLS from UCLA, where he worked in the music library for 16 years. He headed east in 1995 as the Creative Arts Librarian at Brandeis University (west of Boston) and grew into a thoroughly transplanted Yankee, fully functional with snow, New England driving, and dropped r’s by the time he came to Princeton in April 2009. Darwin is an active member of the American Musicological Society (with wide interests in music), and back in the days when he had time to practice, was a competent oboe and recorder player.