Join McGill Alumni for a Personal Space Theatrics production of "Don Juan in Chicago" - a sex farce for the ages from the writer of the national smash hit "All in the Timing." The story follows the adventures of Don Juan from 16th-century Spain to present-day Chicago as he is blessed and cursed with eternal life - provided he sleeps with a different woman every day and never with the same woman twice.
The McGill Young Alumni invite you to enjoy a day at the Sucrerie de la Montagne in Rigaud (only 45 minutes from Montreal). Enjoy the Sucrerie's family-style recipes, cooked in wood-burning ovens, and satisfy your sweet tooth with toffee and maple syrup desserts. In the afternoon, take a walk through the woods or a ride on a horse-drawn wagon. An enjoyable day for the entire family! Lunch is included!
Stefan Brands, School of Computer Science, McGill
Donna Haraway, History of Consciousness Program, University of California - Santa Cruz
Elizabeth B. McNab Lecture in the History of Science: Donna Haraway, History of Consciousness Dept, University of California, Santa Cruz. Presented by the Mossman Endowment.
Simon Werrett, Dept of History, University of Washington
Tara Nummedal, Dept of History, Brown University
Jessica Riskin, Dept of History, Stanford University
An overview of the the Earl S. Tupper Tropical Sciences Library (at the STRI), including its history, services to the STRI scientific community, the clientele from Panama City and its provinces, client statistics and desiderata, network with the local library community and goals for 2005.
What if the users decided where the books should go? Folksonomies and the de-professionalization of metadata creation
Edward Bilodeau: A look at how tools such as del.icio.us and Flickr make use of user-supplied metadata to facilitate the retrieval and discovery of information, potential benefits of this approach, as well as the challenges and problems already well known by the LIS community.