Event Series

Join us this fall for the Creativity and Technology Symposium, or C.A.T.S. for short. Using our feline friends as a theme, we will explore a variety of topics that relate to the ever-expanding and complex work of libraries and academic institutions including: GIS-data enabled location tracking and the implications for privacy rights; the use of social media in research; how new technologies are expanding the possibilities for data gathering; and digital archiving as it relates to common computer usage and pop culture. Plus, we have a few special guests who will be paying a not-to-be-missed visit to the Libraries. All C.A.T.S. events are free and open to the public.

There are no upcoming events for this series.

Past Creativity and Technology Symposium Events

Using Technology to Measure Pain in Animals

Oct 28, 2015

7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
South Theater (College of VM), Veterinary Medicine Library , College of Veterinary Medicine; 1060 William Moore Drive, Main CVM Administration entrance, South Theatre
At the College of Veterinary Medicine; 1060 William Moore Drive, Main CVM Administration entrance, South Theatre

Animals, Technology, and Us: How the Internet is Affecting Participatory Science

Oct 27, 2015

7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Auditorium, James B. Hunt Jr. Library