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To print from your laptop, download the appropriate from Bard IT’s Bard Print page.
If you have a Mac, you may need to disable Gatekeeper. Go to System Preferences > Security > Gatekeeper and disable it before you download the Mac Driver.
Once you install the driver you will be able to select All_Campus_BW as a printer option from your laptop.
If you need help, go to the HelpDesk at New Henderson during business hours or stop by the reference desk.
Our Senior Project Collection includes work from 1938 to the present. It stands as a unique archive of the work of the College. In order to view a project, please use the contacts on Ask a Librarian to make an appointment. Most of our recent projects may be read on Digital Commons from any computer on campus.
If you need to edit your senior project submission on Digital Commons due to suggestions from your board or to fix typos, etc., please go to http://digitalcommons.bard.edu/ and click on My Account on the top right.
Logon using the red Bard Account Login button and then click on your submission title in the list below to revise it. It should be in the section titled Senior Projects (plus the correct Semester and Year). You can upload a new file from this screen or change information about your submission. If you update your file, please also bring a new paper copy by the library to replace your old one.
You can make changes to your submission until June 1st.
If you have any questions or need help, please contact Jeremy Hall at email@example.com.
Click on the red Bard Account Login button to get into Bard’s Digital Commons system. This will take you to a page where you use your Bard email username and password. Then you will check an authors agreement and be taken to the upload page. Any other questions? Let us know!
Sunday,April 26th from 4-6pm
Tuesday, April 28th from 6-8pm
We’ll also be on hand to go over the online submission of your senior project to Digital Commons!
Soon, we’re inaugurating a Search Everything box on our website, but you can try it now. Click here to view this entire post. Then click on this link: EDS. This utility searches most of our databases and the library’s catalog all at once! We’re still tweaking, so if you encounter a problem please let us know.
Date: Friday, April 17, 2015 1:00pm-4:00pm
This workshop’s goal is to teach librarians, as well as interested faculty, staff and students about the current state of digital surveillance, our privacy rights, and technology tools that can better protect online privacy, so that they may teach this information to the public. The following topics will be covered, with time for a Q&A:
Practical tools to protect patron privacy with tools including:
• Tor browsers
• Tails (the anonymous, encrypted, live operating system that lives on a USB stick and can get plugged in to any computer)
• HTTPS Everywhere and TLS/SSL on library websites
• Safe and private searches with DuckDuckGo
• Blocking cookies and advertisements (and the malware that comes with them) with AdBlockPlus and Privacy Badger
• Tips for dealing with information requests like National Security Letters.
• A general primer on privacy rights relevant to library environments.
About the presenters:
Kade Crockford ’06 is Director of the Technology for Liberty Program at the ACLU of Massachusetts.
Alison Macrina is the founder of The Library Freedom Project and Supervisor of Technology and Information Management at the Watertown Free Public Library.Jessie Rossman is the staff attorney at the ACLU of Massachusetts.
For further information, please contact Betsy Cawley at 845-758-7064, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by Southeastern New York Library Resources Council and Bard College’s Stevenson Library
For students submitting a project this semester the due date is April 29th. To submit your project to our Digital Commons collection go to http://digitalcommons.bard.edu/senproj_s2015/ and click Submit Project in the lower right hand corner. Next click the red Bard Account Login button and use your Bard username and password to login. Then follow the prompts to upload your project. For detailed instructions, please visit http://libguides.bard.edu/seniorprojectguidelines.
Easy to follow instructions for adding proper pagination can be found online at: http://libguides.bard.edu/pagenumbers.
For detailed instructions on format and presentation, go to: http://libguides.bard.edu/dc-prep.