This Tech Briefing focused on Salesforce — a cloud computing company best known for its customer relationship management product — now being used at the Graduate School of Business, and other departments around campus.
This presentation provided a brief introduction to Assistive Technology, covering these topics:
a definition of terms
goals of rehabilitation
perceptions of disability
the needs of people experiencing disabilities
numerous examples of computer-based assistive technology devices and research projects
Presenter information: David L. Jaffe teaches a Winter Quarter course, “Perspectives in Assistive Technology”, that explores the design, development, and use of technology that benefits people with disabilities and older adults.
a grad student looking for somewhere to publish supplementary data for a journal article?
a faculty member looking for an easy way to make high-quality research data accessible to others?
an institute’s data manager looking for a robust and reliable means to preserve irreplaceable data?
a research grant administrator looking for a way to meet data sharing requirements for a grant proposal?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, then The Stanford Digital Repository (SDR) may be the answer for you!
In this session, you will learn more about Stanford Libraries’ robust and secure preservation system, and how you can use it to preserve and share research data, creative outputs, and other types of scholarly works.
You’ll also find out about choosing materials for deposit, preparing data and metadata, how the online deposit tool works, and how to get started using the SDR now.
Are you an administrator of a Stanford hosted website for your area? Does your website URL begin with www.stanford.edu/<site path>. Did you receive an email message on May 15, 2014 about a change to the address and are not exactly sure what to do or how this affects you and your sites?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you should view this Tech Briefing session.
On June 21, 2014, Stanford will change its web-addressing scheme of its free, self-service web-hosting environment from www.stanford.edu to web.stanford.edu.