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Fall 2014 Since at least the invention of the bicinium, the two-part vocal or instrumental compositions of the Renaissance and early Baroque, duets have been an integral part of learning to play an instrument or sing, and have been included in most etude, method, and music theory books for at least...
Emulation technology is designed to recreate the experience of interacting with digital content in its original context. It does this by recreating old computer hardware within modern software. This enables original software to be run on modern computers, where it can then be used to interact with...
Thursday November 21, 3:30pm Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library Rooms 38/39 All are invited to the annual lecture hosted by the Preservation Department of the Yale University Library. The speaker is Aniko Bezur, Director of Scientific Research at Yale's Center for Conservation and...
The May issue of the Digital Initiatives & Technology Newsletter focuses on this year's third and final digitization project using Arcadia funding – that is the digitization of Hán Nôm Handwritten and Woodblock Manuscripts held in the Maurice Durand Collection. Within this fascinating...
Yale University Library has received a $3 million award from The Goizueta Foundation to inaugurate a comprehensive initiative in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) education at Yale by launching a Digital Humanities Laboratory to be located in Sterling Memorial Library...
Tuesday January 14th 11am-12pm International Room, Sterling Memorial Library Emulation has huge potential as a strategy for maintaining access to old digital content from documents, to images, 3D models, digital art, scientific workflows, research data, custom code, desktop snapshots (e.g....

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