1. africaemim


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    BA - work on the proposal of video art with the theme "my Africa". Where densenvolve a look at our interiorities and nigritudes present in the artist brasilieiro everyday. Developed in September 2011 Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil. ABOUT THE ARTIST: BA (Emilton Barbosa) lives and works in Campinas city in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Develops proposals questioning the object as a work of art and its recognition in exhibitions. Reflects on the relationship of body / artist, their lack of distinction, unveilings and deletion in relation to the environment. The common thread in Ba's work is the fascination with the living and their willingness to new experiences and subjectivity. His practice moves in a mix of semiotic observations, cataloging, reverie and proposals for non-traditional places.

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    • Computer-Controlled Pathology Slide Sorting System


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      Computer controlled slide cataloging system - Mechanical Engineering 450 @ The University of Michigan Sudeep Pillai, Andrew Huang, Ramez Herrick, Marshall Sunshine

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      • Wikicatalog Tour


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        A brief introduction to Wikicatlog. This tour will explain what Wikicatalog is and how to find your way around.

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        • Twitter Entry


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          Using an iPhone to catalog stuff via twitter into StuffBuff.

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          • 2012-07-19 RDA Toolkit Virtual User Group Meeting


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            The RDA Virtual User Group is an online interactive webinar focusing on development planning for RDA Toolkit.

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            • marc --- cataloging


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              • Basic embedded metadata for photos of art and architecture


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                The development and use of the VRA Embedded Metadata working group’s common sense guide to describing creative works in the context of common photo software. The intention is to make it easy for faculty and students to embed information so their images can be found and identified. Visual resource professionals can use the guidelines to embed information from their database in images they want to share with their users.

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                • Making the Most of the RDA Toolkit Open-Access Period (06/17/2010 8PM CST)


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                  Originally broadcast on June 17, 2010 (8pm CST). ALA Digital Reference Publisher Troy Linker reviews highlights of the RDA Toolkit and points out how you can make the most of the open-access period through August 31, 2010. Learn how to: • create your own profile (and why it benefits you) • search and browse RDA instructions • create and share workflows and mappings—tools to customize RDA to support your organization's training and internal processes • search RDA based on your existing knowledge of AACR2 rule numbers • access RDA content both by table of contents and by element set • search and browse AACR2 rules with links to help users navigate from AACR2 to RDA

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                  • Montana Shared Catalog: Cataloging Guidelines Overview & Update


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                    Originally recorded 1/20/12 The MSC Cataloging Guidelines were revised November 2011, with new information on cataloging E-readers, E-books, and single-issue periodicals along with new standards for call number analytics. This webinar will give a brief overview of what the Cataloging Guidelines are, why you should be using them, and where to find them. Presented by Amy Marchwick, MSC Trainer. amarchwick@mt.gov Hosted by Jo Flick, Montana State Library Trainer This session is informational and does not count as training for CE credit.

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                    • Koha - Cataloging Demo


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                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."