Digital Campus podcast on Google Books settlement


Pardon me for self-promotion, but I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve
made my podcast debut this week. I’ve long been a listener to the
Digital Campus podcast, which is produced by the wonderful people at the
Center for History and New Media (authors of both Zotero and Omeka), and
as of this week I’ve begun to be a semi-regular discussant. (Note to
self: laugh at own remarks less.)

I highly recommend the podcast as an engaging way to keep up with
technology’s effects on libraries, archives, museums, and higher
education, even (perhaps especially) when I’m not on it. Listen or
download at or
else launch the iTunes software, go to the iTunes Store, and search for
“Digital Campus” to subscribe.



Amanda L. French, Ph.D.
Assistant Research Scholar, Digital Curriculum Specialist
Archives and Public History
New York University
King Juan Carlos Center
53 Washington Square South #507
New York, NY 10012

TEL: 212-998-8638
FAX: 212-995-4017
AIM: habitrailgirl

Amanda French

About Amanda French

I have a Ph.D. in English literature; my 2004 dissertation was a history of the villanelle. During graduate school I gained a good bit of experience with building websites, with technology training, and with marking up texts in XML at the Rossetti Archive and the Electronic Text Center; since then I’ve continued to do work (often in university libraries) related to the two cultures of technology and the humanities.
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