Glimpses of Cornell History Vol 1
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Cooke, J. Robert; King, Kenneth M.
This C.A.P.E. lecture was presented on 06Dec12 at BTI. The lecture describes the usage of low-‐cost digital publishing to preserve and to make Cornell’s institutional history more accessible. The lecture outlines issues and principles that guided the creation of The Internet-‐First University Press and cites its popularity (with more than 1 million downloads of books and videos each year). An incomplete listing of its published content, including abstracts and URL links, is provided. Finally a collage of snippets from thirteen of the IFUP videos constitutes our first volume of “Glimpses of Cornell History.”Included in this collection:1) Slides for CAPE Lecture of 06Dec12 -‐ Preserving Cornell History Using Low-‐Cost Publishing2) Preliminary (and Incomplete) Guide to the Collections of The Internet-‐First University Press on December 6, 2012 (with 34 pages of abstracts and active URL links)3) IFUP Snippets Vol 1 lists the full video source of the segments used in the video, Glimpses of Cornell History, Vol 14) Glimpses of Cornell History, Vol 1 Videos (streaming and for mobile devices)04a) Streaming: Glimpses Intro Vol 1 [38s] & Glimpses of Cornell History Vol 1 [47min 42s]04b&c) For mobile devices: Same names as above, but QuickTime files (mp4) for High Definition at 5Mbps (HD), 10Mbps (HD) & Standard Definition (SD). These may be downloaded for mobile device usage.The final report of the project on low-‐cost publishing (15-‐Aug-‐2006) is available at http://dspace.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/3459
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