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Ben Johnston on New Scholarly Annotation Tools

This session looked at current and future methods of annotating and analyzing text and multimedia materials for scholarly work. From the bookmarking and annotation of webpages, to commenting Word documents for review, and the marking up of XML versions of manuscripts, annotation can take many different forms and be used in many different ways.

The New Blackboard 9: Finding Your Way

Ten years ago, Princeton adopted Blackboard as its course management system. During the past decade, the system has moved from serving a handful of courses to every course. What was an occasional convenience has...

The Changing Face of Programming

For the past eight years, Dr. Kernighan has taught a Computer Science course on advanced programming techniques that is meant to reflect how programming is used in the real world. Over time, the course...

Modeling by Drawing

At the Lunch ‘n Learn seminar on February 14, Computer Science Professor Adam Finkelstein presented “Modeling by Drawing.” Computer graphics has progressed marked from its foundations in 1963 when Ivan Sutherland created the first...

Learning through technology-enhanced collaboration

While new technologies have made information more accessible, they have yet to live up to their full potential when it comes to knowledge sharing. Two European projects in the field of collaborative learning are looking...

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