April ’05 Newsletter

Dear Members and Friends of CITRIS,

very different CITRIS projects and a major research review highlight
this month’s newsletter. The first article, written from an interview
with Professor Diane Harley at UC Berkeley’s Center for Studies in
Higher Education (CSHE), describes a project aimed at providing a scan
of which digital resources are used by undergraduate instructors in
humanities and social sciences, how they are being used, and why (or
why not). I think you will find the results fascinating.

second interview is with Scott Shackleton, the assistant dean for
capital projects in Berkeley’s College of Engineering, now newly
appointed to head up the construction phase of the new CITRIS
Headquarters Building. As the excavation for the building nears
completion and some of the foundation walls are being poured, Scott
shares a vision of how the construction will play out and describes
some of the features of this important new CITRIS-wide campus resource.
View live and archival images of the construction at www.citris-uc.org.

April 18th is the date for CITRIS’s semi-annual Corporate Sponsor Day.
This event is held especially for members of CITRIS’s industrial
partner companies and always delivers exciting reports on new research
results. The meeting on the 18th will be hosted by UC Santa Cruz and
will use facilities at NASA Ames Research Centers in Mountain View,
California. Members of CITRIS’s corporate sponsor companies, CITRIS
faculty researchers, as well as CITRIS-affiliated graduate student
researchers are urged to register.

We hope you enjoy this CITRIS Newsletter. As always we welcome your feedback and are grateful for your interest and support.

Professor Ruzena Bajcsy
Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society

February 2005

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April 2005