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I am the Director of the School of Information Resources and Library Science. I am primarily interested in digital data gathering in the field, analysis, synthesis and visualization to impact environmental decision making.

Monday, February 13, 2006

Using iLife 06 in Teaching and Research

Digitally Mediated Information Services
March 2nd
1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
NCSA Auditorium (Room 1122)

"Using iLife 06 in Teaching and Research"

Robert Reece
Senior Education Development Executive, Apple

On Thursday, March 2, the Center for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science will welcome Robert Reece, Apple Computer’s Senior Education Development Executive, who will discuss how Apple’s iLife suite ( can maneuver technology into education and research applications. Apple has made tremendous strides towards making technology easy to use, and the iLife suite makes the sharing of digital content via the Web, portable media devices, and other delivery platforms extremely easy. iLife 06 brings together all of the necessary digital tools to achieve professional results at a very low cost.

Apple has been working especially hard to make technologies such as iTunes and the iPod an integral part of the academic community; enabling, for example, lecturers to easily create podcasts or vidcasts of their lectures for further distribution to their students. Apple has partnered with several universities, including Stanford (, in creating solutions for making lectures and other recorded content available through a separate part of the iTunes store and have recently released their iTunes U application (, which facilitates the process of hosting this content. In addition to supporting teaching, Apple’s technology facilitates collaborative research and creates an inexpensive and uncomplicated means of publishing online research findings. For example, with the new iLife suite, you can annotate a copy of your video data to highlight important, non-verbal elements, which can then be easily shared with !
collaborators across the country or world.

The possibilities are limited only by your imagination. Join us on Thursday, March 2nd, in the NCSA Auditorium at 1:00 pm to hear how the iLife suite of programs can be used to incorporate technology into your teaching and research. More information and optional registration available at:


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