Archive: June 2017

Utilizing VR and AR in the Library Space: Commentary on Matthew Bernhardt’s Program on Information Science Talk

Matt Bernhardt is a web developer in the MIT libraries and a collaborator in our program. He presented this talk, entitled Reality Bytes – Utilizing VR and AR in The Library Space, as part of the Program on Information Science Brown Bag Series.

In his talk, illustrated by the slides below, Bernhardt reviews technologies newly available to libraries that enhance the human-computing interface:

Creative Data Literacy: Commentary on Catherine D’Ignazio’s Program on Information Science Talk

Catherine D’Ignazio is an Assistant Professor of Civic Media and Data Visualization at Emerson College, a principal investigator at the Engagement Lab, and a research affiliate at the MIT Media Lab/Center for Civic Media. She presented this talk, entitled, Creative Data Literacy: Bridging the Gap Between Data-Haves and Have-Nots as part of Program on Information Science Brown Bag Series.