Posts on April 2013
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Enriching Scholarship

The Teaching and Technology Collaborative here at the University of Michigan is offering this year's annual "Enriching Scholarship" from May 6-11! Offered free to all UofM instructional faculty and staff, this annual event comprises over 120 workshops, discussions, seminars, a keynote speech and a poster session, all addressing the role of technology in effective teaching, learning, and research.

Albert Kahn's Autochromes

digitized autochrome of scene in Serbia

Autochrome was the earliest commercially successful color photography process. Presented in 1904 by the Lumière brothers, it dominated the market until around 1935. One of the largest collections of autochromes was created by the French banker Albert Kahn, who sent photographers out across the world to document life in the early 20th century. The collection is held in the Musée Albert-Kahn in Boulogne-Billancourt, a suburb west of Paris. Check out their website here; the images illustrating...

Go Blue!

Digital photograph of Michigan mens' basketball team

Michigan Men's Basketball is playing for the National Championship Monday evening! To find photos of their recent tournament games - and even from their last appearance in the Final in 1993 - check out AP Images, our source for news photos across the globe!