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Stefanie Haustein May 16
Great! We’ll be applying all of these in ISI 6300A Information Visualization this fall! With guest speakers () CC:
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Jada E. Watson May 16
It has been a stimulating week at and I am honoured to be part of the final Round Table tomorrow. Join us for a discussion on ethics and feminist methods + stay for the closing reception!
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AESISSA May 14
Digital humanities is the future of library science - discuss. Also, check out this rad event our friends planned!
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DH@uOttawa May 13
starts today! Throughout the week of we are hosting a number of round tables and presentations! These events are open to the public! Join us!
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Zeïneb Gharbi, Ph.D. May 10
Les résultats de ce travail de recherche seront très utiles pour beaucoup de fonctionnaires fédéraux étant donné qu'on s'en va vers l'espace de travail 3.0 (qu'on le vueille ou pas)!
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uOttawa ÉSIS May 10
Oui, les résultats sont très intéressants.
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mfcavanagh May 10
You're invited! MIS student Eliz. Marasse thesis defense next Friday, May 17th 9:30 a.m. Hamelin Rm 509, Title: "How does working alone together feel?" Aesthetic ways of knowing and creating knowledge in an open concept office
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mfcavanagh May 10
Vous êtes invités! Soutenance de thèse de Eliz. Marasse étudiante MSI - vendredi 17 mai à 9 h 30 Hamelin salle 509 Titre: “How does working alone together feel?” Aesthetic ways of knowing and creating knowledge in an open concept office
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uOttawa ÉSIS May 9
Impressive committee membership - we look forward to your contributions to the profession and to our institutions.
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Cabot Yu May 8
A remarkably detailed newspaper article about municipal freedom of information requests and retention & disposition rules.
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Lynne Bowker May 1
It's out! Our new book - Machine Translation & Global Research: Towards Improved Machine Translation Literacy in the Scholarly Community - is available from Hope readers find it useful! 📚😀
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mfcavanagh May 8
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Jada E. Watson May 7
It’s almost here! kicks off Monday, May 13 with a provocative round table on research data as a community-building resource featuring in conversation with and ! Join us! Details below!
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Luciano Floridi May 8
The Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI (HLEG, European Commission) are a good step in the right direction and criticisms are misguided, my OA article in NATURE – Machine Intelligence
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Jada E. Watson May 7
Joignez-vous à nous pour la première conférencière d’honneure - Dr Marie-Hélène Roy-Gagnon sur le projet i-Balsac!
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DH@uOttawa May 7
Joignez-vous à nous le 14 mai de 13h à 14h20 dans l' (PRZ302) pour la 1ière conférencière d’honneure de : Dr. Marie-Hélène Roy-Gagnon de la Faculté de médecine va présenter sur le projet i-BALSAC.
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Jada E. Watson May 7
Replying to @UO_ESIS @uOttawaArts
Colleagues and students at — join us for this really interesting conversation!
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Lindsey Sikora May 3
I'm heading out on academic leave (sabbatical) starting July 1st for a year, and we're looking for a replacement. Interested in working at uOttawa with a fantastic team? Apply here: . Questions? Ask me!
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uOttawa ÉSIS May 1
Congratulations! Well done.
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OCULA Apr 26
The room is buzzing during another breakout session where groups are breaking down the Framework for Info. Lit. and workshopping/scaffolding Research Assignment models. A key theme emerging is collaboration with faculty throughout the process.
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