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Episode 89 — Strategic Humanism at UVA

26 June, 20121 comment

We’re joined this week in our last episode before our traditional summer hiatus by Bethany Nowviskie, Director of Digital Research and Scholarship at University of Virginia Libraries and president of the Association for Computers in the Humanities. We mainly discuss what’s going on at UVA, agreeing that it’s a good thing we’re having nationwide discussions now about what universities are doing, have done, and should be doing in the digital age with regard to scholarship and learning, and wondering whether the farmer and the cowman should be friends academics and businesspeople can find a common language. Back by popular demand is our old “pick of the week” segment, featuring UVA’s own ongoing archive of events taking place there.

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Running time: 54:36
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Categorized under archives, digital humanities, libraries, MOOCs, teaching

1 comment to “Episode 89 — Strategic Humanism at UVA”

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