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Robert M. Craig - Writing Books: Random Thoughts about the Busy Life of a Georgia Tech Professor

Dr. Robert M. Craig is Professor Emeritus of the College of Design and author of 13 books, including several illustrated studies of Atlanta architecture. He is an architectural historian and…

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Gideon Marcus - What Science Fiction Got Wrong...and Right! (and how you make the future)

In the 1950s and '60s, scientists and engineers were hailed as saints of progress. People believed that technology would solve all of the world's problems. But the science fiction and…

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Economic Mobility as a Tool for a Sustainable Future with Raphael Bostic, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Raphael Bostic, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, discusses "Economic Mobility as a Tool for a Sustainable Future." Bostic will be in conversation with Dean Kaye Husbands…

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Bill Campbell - Astral Traveling: Exploring Afro Past, Present, and Futures

The School of Literature, Media, and Communication and the Georgia Tech Library will host science fiction author and publisher Bill Campbell at Georgia Tech on Tuesday, February 12, 2019. Bill…

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August Giebelhaus - Visionary or Autocrat: Pat Crecine and Georgia Tech Reorganization, 1988-1990

The adminstration of Georgia Tech's ninth president, John Patrick "Pat" Crecine, was the most controversial in the school's history. The period from 1987 to 1994 would become…

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Glenn J. Rix, Reginald DesRoches - Hurricane Katrina's Impact on Louisiana's Transportation Infrastructure

Hurricane Katrina's storm surge and high winds had a devastating impact on the Gulf Coast of the U.S. Although the extensive damage to residential areas continues to receive attention in the…

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George L. Nemhauser - Sports Scheduling

College and professional sports, including basketball, baseball, football and hockey, is a multi-billion dollar industry with a substantial part of the revenue derived from television. To maximize…

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Pete Ludovice - Drop Day Comedy - Open Mic Comedy Night

Drop Day Comedy, a free open-mic comedy show for the Georgia Tech community. To prove that the nerds at Georgia Tech can be funny and not just funny-looking on the last day to drop out of Georgia…

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Matt Chapman, Mike Chapman - Homestar Runner Comes to the GT Library!

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Learning Outcomes and Assessment - Karen Viars

Karen Viars, MSIT, MIS Humanities & Science Fiction Librarian Liaison to the School of Literature, Media and Communication Georgia Institute of Technology…

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Teaching Technology: Best Practices / Tips and Tricks - Alison Valk

Alison Valk, MLIS Co-Coordinator Library Instruction Subject Librarian: College of Computing Multimedia and Emerging Technologies…

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Best Teaching Practices - Seth Porter

Seth Porter, MA, MLIS Co-Coordinator of Instruction & Social Science Liaison at Georgia Institute of Technology Slides: https://www.slideshare.net/kilgore5454/georgia-tech-teaching-best-practices…

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Clough Commons Research Study - Ameet Doshi et al

For many students, the undergraduate experience has become less transformative and more transactional. The integrated planning goals for Georgia Institute of Technology's Clough Undergraduate…

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Envisioning the Library for the 21st Century: Learning, Research, Community - Joan K. Lippincott

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An Experiment in Modern Knowledge Spaces: the Library East Commons

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2007 ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award

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