REMINDER: Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

Dear Clarkson Faculty and Staff, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue tomorrow at 5pm – via Zoom with Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy. This summer tech “giants” Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple were grilled by Congress about issues ranging from anti-competitive behavior, bias and free speech, privacy and misinformation. How … Continue reading REMINDER: Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

REMINDER: Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

Dear Clarkson Students, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue tomorrow at 5pm – via Zoom with Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy. This summer tech “giants” Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple were grilled by Congress about issues ranging from anti-competitive behavior, bias and free speech, privacy and misinformation. How are these … Continue reading REMINDER: Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

Dear Clarkson Faculty and Staff, The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue Thursday, Nov. 5 at 5pm – via Zoom with Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy. This summer tech “giants” Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple were grilled by Congress about issues ranging from anti-competitive behavior, bias and free speech, privacy and misinformation. … Continue reading Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

Dear Clarkson Students, The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue Thursday, Nov. 5 at 5pm – via Zoom with Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy. This summer tech “giants” Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple were grilled by Congress about issues ranging from anti-competitive behavior, bias and free speech, privacy and misinformation. How are … Continue reading Tech Giants: Algorithms, “Filter Bubbles” and Privacy

Libraries’ Golden Knights Novel Chat meets next week!

REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries Golden Knights Novel Chat will host a discussion of Uprooted by Naomi Novik Monday, November 2 at 6:30 pm via Zoom. To add this to your calendar, click here. For more details, click here. From Amazon:  NEBULA AWARD WINNER • HUGO AWARD FINALIST • “If you want a fantasy with strong characters and brilliantly original … Continue reading Libraries’ Golden Knights Novel Chat meets next week!

LIB 201 course offering Spring 2021

Dear Clarkson Students, Congratulations on reaching the midway point in Fall 2020! As we near registration for Spring 2021, the Clarkson University Libraries want to remind you of our 3 credit course, Digital Citizenship & Information as Power.  The course, which will be entirely online and asynchronous, is taught by Librarians Amber Dashnaw and Lisa Hoover. … Continue reading LIB 201 course offering Spring 2021

Encourage your students to register for LIB 201: Digital Citizenship & Information as Power

Dear Clarkson Faculty & Staff, As we near registration for Spring 2021, the Clarkson University Libraries want to remind you and your students about our 3 credit course, Digital Citizenship & Information as Power. We hope you will consider suggesting it to your students as an elective. The course, which will be entirely online and asynchronous, is … Continue reading Encourage your students to register for LIB 201: Digital Citizenship & Information as Power

Clarkson Libraries Panel at Intersection of Global Health and Social Justice TONIGHT

A reminder – TONIGHT! The Clarkson University Libraries invite you to join them in participating in an inspiring panel discussion at the intersection of global health and social justice with the founders of Partners in Health on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 7pm. This event is sponsored and hosted by ProQuest.  In this session you’ll meet Dr. Jim Yong Kim, Ophelia … Continue reading Clarkson Libraries Panel at Intersection of Global Health and Social Justice TONIGHT

REMINDER: “Fake” News, Scholarly Sources, and Everything in Between: Tips for Evaluating Sources

Dear Clarkson Students, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue tomorrow at 5pm – via Zoom with “Fake” News, Scholarly Sources, and Everything in Between: Tips for Evaluating Sources. What is “fake” news, really? What is the difference between a scholarly source and a news source? What is peer review? How do I … Continue reading REMINDER: “Fake” News, Scholarly Sources, and Everything in Between: Tips for Evaluating Sources