Daily Archives: April 7, 2011

UTFA Workshop and Call for Submissions for Poster Session: Digital Scholarship and the Academic Promotion Process

Poster Session – Showcase your digital project at the workshop! May 2, 2011, 12pm-4pm, Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. Tables will be set up in the Faculty Club for UTFA members to sow the community some of the projects … Continue reading

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UTFA Workshop and Call for Submissions for Poster Session: Digital Scholarship and the Academic Promotion Process

Digital scholarship is happening across the humanities, the social sciences and in the scientific, technical and medical fields. This workshop will showcase the scope and complexity of digital scholarship in our community and investigate the current issues for including digital … Continue reading

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TRY Conference Open for Registration – May 3, 2011

“Over the Horizon: The Future of the Academic Library” Many of your colleagues from Toronto-Ryerson-York will be presenting papers, see: http://www.library.utoronto.ca/event/staffconference/2011/

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Historical Bits and Bytes: Victoria College

Understanding the complicated relationships between UT and our Federated Colleges and Constituted Colleges is not easy. As a continuation of earlier posts on the history of Victoria College, see the following posts: Federation Framework Agreement, 2008 (with Victoria University) http://www.governingcouncil.utoronto.ca/policies/Federation_Framework_Agreement.htm  … Continue reading

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Noam Chomsky talks about the Munk School of Global Affairs – Rally Tomorrow

The dangers of corporatization was a clear message, articulated well in its full complexity by Dr. Noam Chomsky at UTSC as he talked about the historical development of corporate power and concluding with the Munk School of Global Affairs. Peter … Continue reading

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