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Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media

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A discussion of how digital media and technology are affecting learning, teaching, and scholarship at colleges, universities, libraries, and museums.

Latest Episodes

Episode #118 – Predicting the Past – 2015 Year in Review

In the 2015installment of the Digital Campus Year in Review podcast, regulars Dan Cohen, Amanda French, Tom Scheinfeldt, and Stephen Robertson look back at 2015 and predict the big news of 2016. Cheers went out to the NEH/MellonHumanities Open Book Program, Congress (c.1965), the retirement of JamesBillington as Librarian of Congress, and the US Court […]

-1 s2015 DEC 20
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Episode #118 – Predicting the Past – 2015 Year in Review

Episode #117 — What Can You Do With iPads & Smartphones?

Dan’svisit to the Apple Store prompts a discussion of the new iPad Pro, and just what you can and can’t do on Apple’s tablet. Are we all just too old to give up our laptops for tablets? The New York Timesand Google recently teamed up to deliveranother way to use your smartphone – for virtual […]

-1 s2015 NOV 19
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Episode #117 — What Can You Do With iPads & Smartphones?

Episode #116 — The Last Episode Ever About that Google Books Case (or is it?)

Great timing for us, as we record the podcast on the very day the US Appeals Court rules that yes, scanning in-copyright books for the purpose of creating an online index of them is indeed a transformative and therefore fair use. Huzzah! The way is clear for all kinds of things now. We also talk […]

-1 s2015 OCT 20
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Episode #116 — The Last Episode Ever About that Google Books Case (or is it?)

Episode #115 – The Mills is in Basel Edition

The regulars (Stephen, Tom, Amanda, and Dan) are back for a new semester and a new season of Digital Campus in which we wave to Mills as he jaunts about Europe. We also talk about some of the summer and early autumn’s big news, including the NEH ODH’s project directors meeting, the 50th anniversary of […]

-1 s2015 OCT 7
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Episode #115 – The Mills is in Basel Edition

Episode #114 – What to do with your (digital) scholarship

On this episode — #114, not #115 as Stephen mistakenly claims in the introduction — the full crew of regulars, Dan Cohen, Amanda French, Stephen Robertson and Tom Scheinfeldt discuss the MLA’s new repository, the AHA’s draft guidelines for assessing digital scholarship, and the tenth anniversary of YouTube. But first Dan talked about his visit […]

-1 s2015 MAY 12
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Episode #114 – What to do with your (digital) scholarship

Episode #113–You Can’t Trust Everything on the Web

On this episode of Digital Campus, host Mills Kelly, along with Dan Cohen, Amanda French, and Stephen Robertson discuss the role of technology in the classroom and some of history’s most teachable moments courtesy of the US Postal Service. To begin, everyone weighs in on the Maya Angelou stamp controversy and whether or not quotation […]

-1 s2015 APR 14
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Episode #113–You Can’t Trust Everything on the Web

Episode #112 – Digital Campus Classic

Along with Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt, Mills Kelly hosted this classic episode of Digital Campus devoted entirely to technology. Mills, Dan, and Tom discussed the demise of Internet Explorer andIE’s replacement, Spartan, which is meant to complement and facilitate Microsoft’s new operating system. Then the discussion moved to the Apple watch and how such […]

-1 s2015 MAR 23
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Episode #112 – Digital Campus Classic

Podcast #111 – The Next Big Thing

After a long break, our podcast regulars, Stephen Robertson and Mills Kelly, were led by Amanda French in our first 2015 podcast. After a quick check-in on their current projects, the group kicked it off with a review of the winter academic conferences. Next, they discussed the announcement that Stanford University Press was awarded funding […]

-1 s2015 FEB 24
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Podcast #111 – The Next Big Thing

Episode #110 – 2014 in Review

‘Twas the last podcast of 2014 and on this episode of Digital Campus, Amanda, Tom, Dan, and Stephen discussed their “Cheers and Jeers” for the year (with RRCHNM Digital History Fellow Amanda Regan filling in for Mills). MLA, IMLS, FCC, and the lack of a government shutdown won the praise of the group, butTwitter could […]

-1 s2014 DEC 19
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Episode #110 – 2014 in Review

Episode #109 – What Do Fabio and Naked Laptops Have in Common?

This Digital Campus episode was recorded live by Chris Preperatoduring Friday’ssecond afternoon session of the RRCHNM’s20th Anniversary Conference and was produced by Anne Ladyem McDivitt and Alyssa Toby Fahringer. Mills Kelly, Stephen Robertson, and Tom Scheinfeldt joined host Dan Cohen to recap the earlier sessions of the day, including discussions on failure, ECHO, History Makers, […]

-1 s2014 NOV 19
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Episode #109 – What Do Fabio and Naked Laptops Have in Common?
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Latest Episodes

Episode #118 – Predicting the Past – 2015 Year in Review

In the 2015installment of the Digital Campus Year in Review podcast, regulars Dan Cohen, Amanda French, Tom Scheinfeldt, and Stephen Robertson look back at 2015 and predict the big news of 2016. Cheers went out to the NEH/MellonHumanities Open Book Program, Congress (c.1965), the retirement of JamesBillington as Librarian of Congress, and the US Court […]

-1 s2015 DEC 20
Comments
Episode #118 – Predicting the Past – 2015 Year in Review

Episode #117 — What Can You Do With iPads & Smartphones?

Dan’svisit to the Apple Store prompts a discussion of the new iPad Pro, and just what you can and can’t do on Apple’s tablet. Are we all just too old to give up our laptops for tablets? The New York Timesand Google recently teamed up to deliveranother way to use your smartphone – for virtual […]

-1 s2015 NOV 19
Comments
Episode #117 — What Can You Do With iPads & Smartphones?

Episode #116 — The Last Episode Ever About that Google Books Case (or is it?)

Great timing for us, as we record the podcast on the very day the US Appeals Court rules that yes, scanning in-copyright books for the purpose of creating an online index of them is indeed a transformative and therefore fair use. Huzzah! The way is clear for all kinds of things now. We also talk […]

-1 s2015 OCT 20
Comments
Episode #116 — The Last Episode Ever About that Google Books Case (or is it?)

Episode #115 – The Mills is in Basel Edition

The regulars (Stephen, Tom, Amanda, and Dan) are back for a new semester and a new season of Digital Campus in which we wave to Mills as he jaunts about Europe. We also talk about some of the summer and early autumn’s big news, including the NEH ODH’s project directors meeting, the 50th anniversary of […]

-1 s2015 OCT 7
Comments
Episode #115 – The Mills is in Basel Edition

Episode #114 – What to do with your (digital) scholarship

On this episode — #114, not #115 as Stephen mistakenly claims in the introduction — the full crew of regulars, Dan Cohen, Amanda French, Stephen Robertson and Tom Scheinfeldt discuss the MLA’s new repository, the AHA’s draft guidelines for assessing digital scholarship, and the tenth anniversary of YouTube. But first Dan talked about his visit […]

-1 s2015 MAY 12
Comments
Episode #114 – What to do with your (digital) scholarship

Episode #113–You Can’t Trust Everything on the Web

On this episode of Digital Campus, host Mills Kelly, along with Dan Cohen, Amanda French, and Stephen Robertson discuss the role of technology in the classroom and some of history’s most teachable moments courtesy of the US Postal Service. To begin, everyone weighs in on the Maya Angelou stamp controversy and whether or not quotation […]

-1 s2015 APR 14
Comments
Episode #113–You Can’t Trust Everything on the Web

Episode #112 – Digital Campus Classic

Along with Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt, Mills Kelly hosted this classic episode of Digital Campus devoted entirely to technology. Mills, Dan, and Tom discussed the demise of Internet Explorer andIE’s replacement, Spartan, which is meant to complement and facilitate Microsoft’s new operating system. Then the discussion moved to the Apple watch and how such […]

-1 s2015 MAR 23
Comments
Episode #112 – Digital Campus Classic

Podcast #111 – The Next Big Thing

After a long break, our podcast regulars, Stephen Robertson and Mills Kelly, were led by Amanda French in our first 2015 podcast. After a quick check-in on their current projects, the group kicked it off with a review of the winter academic conferences. Next, they discussed the announcement that Stanford University Press was awarded funding […]

-1 s2015 FEB 24
Comments
Podcast #111 – The Next Big Thing

Episode #110 – 2014 in Review

‘Twas the last podcast of 2014 and on this episode of Digital Campus, Amanda, Tom, Dan, and Stephen discussed their “Cheers and Jeers” for the year (with RRCHNM Digital History Fellow Amanda Regan filling in for Mills). MLA, IMLS, FCC, and the lack of a government shutdown won the praise of the group, butTwitter could […]

-1 s2014 DEC 19
Comments
Episode #110 – 2014 in Review

Episode #109 – What Do Fabio and Naked Laptops Have in Common?

This Digital Campus episode was recorded live by Chris Preperatoduring Friday’ssecond afternoon session of the RRCHNM’s20th Anniversary Conference and was produced by Anne Ladyem McDivitt and Alyssa Toby Fahringer. Mills Kelly, Stephen Robertson, and Tom Scheinfeldt joined host Dan Cohen to recap the earlier sessions of the day, including discussions on failure, ECHO, History Makers, […]

-1 s2014 NOV 19
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Episode #109 – What Do Fabio and Naked Laptops Have in Common?
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