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A few weeks back I took my sons to the Fayetteville Free Library to learn more about their new Fab Lab and see the 3D MakerBot printer in action. While we were busy printing out a robot and ring on … Continue reading
Here are the group shots from the IST511 Poster session.
I’ve been doing a lot of experimenting with GIS and GPS applications recently. I thought I’d show my latest learning: how to integrate a GPS reciever with a digital camera and Google Maps. Click here for a demonstration on creating … Continue reading
I have uploaded the lecture slides for the class. Click here to download it.
See the link below for the syllabus for IST 759. Syllabus759.pdf
Next fall I will be teaching a doctoral seminar on the field of library and information science. The goal is to give doctoral students a grounding in the field as well as see how core LIS principles have evolved over … Continue reading
Slides and handouts for the workshop are now online at: http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/Presentations/2006/Toronto.pdf Here’s the abstract: On day one join David Lankes as he looks at current issues and themes in digital or virtual reference. Libraries are taking reference to the web … Continue reading