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Irish to present “Elbow Grease” at IPRH Work-In

Tuesday evening, December 6, join acting CDI director, Sharon Irish, at her work station, “Elbow Grease:¬†Contributing to Ongoing Projects” at the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities’ work-in, “IPRH Now: What is to be Done? The Word of the

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Building a Digitally Inclusive Dodge City

What would Dodge City look like if all community members had access to and knew how to use information technology? What would Dodge City look like if all community members had access to and knew how to use information technology?

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Wolske Completes Computer Lab Re-design

Martin Wolske, Senior Research Scientist for the Center for Digital Inclusion (CDI) and adjunct lecturer at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS), has completed the redesign of the computer lab located on the second floor of the

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Engaged Scholarship Conference

On October 1, 2012, Martin Wolske, Senior Research Scientist with CDI, presented his paper, “Technology Education and Engaged Scholarship: The Professional, Personal, and Political,” at the National Outreach Scholarship Conference (NOSC) at the University of Alabama. A copy of the

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The Very First GSLIS Urbana Free Library Volunteers Program

Community informatics much? The following excerpt comes from the 1893-1903 University of Illinois State Library School Report and Student Record: The seniors in the library school offered their services in 1898 to the board of trustees of the Urbana public

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