DART a new cultural magazine produced by UMassD Students arrives on campus this week. Look for it in paper on campus or check it out online at: http://issuu.com/umassdartmagazine
“DART is a product of the Umass Dartmouth Department of English. Over the past few months, undergraduate English Majors in ENL 369-02 (Document Design) and ENL 363-01 (Journalism) – most having little-to-no journalism experience, or ever having seen an InDesign screen have worked tirelessly to put together a fun, cohesive, cultural magazine. Students in the courses produced everything from the front cover to the graphics, page layouts, and article content”.
The Diário de Notícias Newspaper Digital Collection and search tool was made public today. The Diário de Notícias Newspaper Digitization Project, developed and supported by the Claire T. Carney Library’s Ferreira Mendes Portuguese-American Archives in collaboration with the Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, will make 84,010 pages from 16,641 issues of the Diario de Noticias accessible to the world. The materials cover 1919 through 1973 and are available at no cost over the internet to students and academic researchers interested in Portuguese-related issues, as well as individuals tracing their family genealogy.
Registration is now open for enrollment in the Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research’s (ICPSR) Summer Program. This is a great opportunity for faculty and students to learn about quantitative research methods. The Summer Program offers a variety of educational opportunities including four-week sessions and three- to five-day statistical workshops. All ICPSR Summer Program participants will receive a certificate of attendance at the completion of the appropriate four-week session or workshop in which they are enrolled.
The Library Services, Information Resources, and Technology (LSIRT) division’s membership to ICPSR qualifies our students and faculty to receive discounted registration. Please contact Professor Heidi Berggren (x8272) for program information.