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Podcasts from CNI's 2007 Spring Task Force Meeting

We've concluded this round of podcasts from CNI's 2007 Spring Task Force meeting.

This series of recordings included interviews with:

Stephen Murray - Professor of Art History & Archeology at Columbia University. Professor Murray has developed an online database that presents his unique research — chronicling the documentation of over 100 Romanesque structures through comprehensive digital photography and three-dimensional QuickTime Virtual Reality panoramas.

Peter Brantley - new Executive Director of the Digital Library Federation. In this interview, he talks about the digital library landscape and the challenges that lie ahead.

Jack McCredie - Associate Vice Chancellor, Emeritus, CIO, Emeritus, and Senior Research Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. He discusses collaboration between departments, campuses, and institutions and the issues and challenges facing system unification.

Marc Smith (Part I) - Senior Research Sociologist at Microsoft Research (MSR) specializing in the social organization of online communities and computer mediated interaction. In this first part of our interview he looks at online communities and collective action. We also discuss some of the projects he and his colleagues are researching.

Marc Smith (Part II) - Senior Research Sociologist at Microsoft Research (MSR) specializing in the social organization of online communities and computer mediated interaction. In part two of our interview, Marc focuses on the future of social networking, and mobile devices. Marc discusses his theory that we are "moving from an ephemeral society to an archival society".

We are grateful for the participation of all interviewees and look forward to having more opportunities to share insights and information from people representing an equally diverse range of viewpoints in the future.

We hope you've enjoyed this content and we'd like your feedback. If you have ideas for future coverage, please leave us a comment or email gbayne@educause.edu.

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This interview is provided courtesy of CNI and was recorded at their 2007 Spring Task Force Meeting.  The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is an organization dedicated to supporting the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity.  You can learn more about CNI at their web site, http://www.cni.org


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