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Sarah Morris, Dan Richardson, and Olivia Leu - Democracy in Focus: Exploring Media Literacy with the Carter Center

The Carter Center’s Sarah Morris, Dan Richardson, and Olivia Leu provided insight into the Center's mission, projects, and the crucial role of media literacy in today's society.…

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Wendy H. Wong - We, the Data: Human Rights in the Digital Age

Wong’s We, the Data is a rallying call for extending human rights beyond our physical selves — and why we need to reboot rights in our data-intensive world. Exploring the pervasiveness of…

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Extension of Community: what it means to be sustainable in a digital world

Extension of Community: what it means to be sustainable in a digital world explores the intersection of science, technology and art, asking questions such as; How have our technological and digital…

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Using the Georgia Tech Archives

This video demonstrates how to search for content in the Georgia Tech archives and how to request materials to review in the archives reading room. It defines finding aids and explains the hierarchal…

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Audiobooks and popular reading from the Georgia Tech Library

Do you like to listen to audiobooks? Or read on your Kindle device? This video shows you how to access the Georgia Tech Library's popular reading and audiobook collections through the Libby app.…

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Image Usage Rights

This video will teach you how to find and use images for your classwork

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Extension of Self: what it means to be human in a digital world

Four artists from the Extension of Self exhibit sit on a panel with Birney Robert to discuss their art practice and how they navigate the digital world and identity. They question the role that…

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Finding funding in Pivot, the grants database

This tutorial shows the basics of finding grants and other funding from the Pivot database. This database indexes roughly $90 billion in funding opportunities. The video shows you the basic search…

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Advanced search features of the Pivot database

This tutorial shows the advanced search features of Pivot, the funding database. It helps research tailor the search to their particular funding needs, including citizenship requirements and grant…

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How to borrow book from another school in the USG

This video shows you how to request a book from one of the 26 institutions in the University System of Georgia. The services is called GIL Express.

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How to use the microfilm reader

This video shows the steps for using the microfilm reader at the Georgia Tech Library. For further assistance, please visit the InfoDesk in the Price Gilbert Library building.

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How to print at the Georgia Tech Library

This video shows you the best way to print at the Georgia Tech Library.

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Reserving a room at the Georgia Tech Library

This video shows you how to reserve a room at the Georgia Tech Library.

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Rare Book Spotlight: Joan Blaeu’s Grooten Atlas

Join Alison Reynolds, Research Services and Instruction Archivist at the Georgia Tech Library; Jim Sowell, Astronomer and Observatory Director at Georgia Tech School of Physics; and Nick Wilding,…

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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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