Archive for the 'Digital Libraries' Category

Spring 2013 Classes

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

Spring 2013 classes have started (early, I know) and I thought I’d share my syllabi. This semester, in Projects in Digital Archives, we will be again working with the Archives of the American Joint Jewish Distribution (JDC) and the dance critic Barbara Newman. In Digital Libraries, students will be working on creating new digital libraries […]

Teaching at Metro NY Library Council

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Take my class at Metro NY Library Council: Planning and Managing Digital Library and Archives Projects. Class Description: Is building a digital collection enough? What comes next? How do we guarantee long-term access? Can we afford to do this? These and other issues will be considered in this workshop designed for both librarians and archivists […]

Digital Libraries, with a touch of Sci-Fi and Architecture

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

I am looking forward to this Spring’s course, Digital Libraries. It is considerably changed from the last time I taught it. One of the new aspects of digital libraries that we will be considering are the spatial dimensions, which has been prompted in large part by the growth of mobile technology that brings digital collections […]

Using virtual space to compensate for lack of physical space?

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Below you will find a paper I wrote based on some work I did back at Teachers College. I hope you enjoy it. Cocciolo, A. (in press). Alleviating physical space constraints using virtual space? A study from an urban academic library. Library Hi Tech, 28(4). ABSTRACT Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to […]

Future of Digital Libraries

Friday, December 18th, 2009

Below is the digital re-creation of the final lecture I gave for my course on Digital Libraries. I take a look at where Digital Libraries have been, and where I think they are going. Enjoy! Future of Digital Libraries: Looking Back, Looking Forward View more presentations from ac2182.

My Dissertation

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Although it has been done for a few months now, I realized I never posted my dissertation here. So here it is, enjoy! USING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES TO ADVANCE A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE: A STUDY FROM A HIGHER EDUCATION CONTEXT Advances in information and communications technologies (ICTs) have empowered individuals to share their intellectual, cultural, […]