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Scrivener is software for writing with more organization and other options than a word processor. It can be installed on Macs, PCs, and, just recently, iOS mobile devices....
Zotero is a free, powerful, easy-to-use research tool that helps you gather and organize citations and sources such as pdfs. This hands-on workshop will cover the basics of...
Cornell's Copyright Information Center will celebrate Fair Use Week with two back-to-back sessions focused on copyright and fair use. These courses are for all students,...
Schools in the United States and around the world have largely succeeded in one respect: IQs rose 30 points during the 20th century. Yet, in many respects, the world is in a...
In the high-speed world of reality-optional politics, “alternative” facts, and “fake” news, how can you identify news sources that are accurate and trustworthy? There are...
Learn the basics QGIS, the popular free and open-source desktop GIS application for mapping and geospatial analysis. We will work together through examples of loading common...
How do you write a sound? How do you hear a text? “Mixed Media” examines how representations of text and sound that have shaped our perceptions of the material world, tracing...
Our quest for knowledge about the natural world is an intrinsic part of our humanity. From the first cave-paintings to the most advanced computer illustrations of today, art...
The exhibit All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement will be displayed at the Kheel Center’s lobby in Ives Hall at the ILR School for Martin Luther...
In a Chats in the Stacks book talk Anne K. Armstrong, Doctoral Student in Natural Resources, will present her new book, co-authored with Marianne E. Krasny, Professor in the...