– [Presenter] Welcome, everyone, thanks for coming. We’re happy to have you. My name is Shannon Monroe, Co-Chair of the FSM Cafe Committee. – [Presenter] And I’m Melissa Martin. Just to give you a little bit of background, the Free Speech Movement Educational Program at UC Berkeley Library is designed
This is kind-of a follow up to Brais’ videos on deep learning So deep learning is kind of a big thing at the moment and there’s some disagreement between research over whether this is gonna be – the, this is *it* This is the big thing that’s gonna change everything
Hello and welcome to the MU Libraries homepage. I’ll be taking you through a quick overview of the resources you can access directly from library.missouri.edu. From the library’s homepage, you can navigate to resources like books, journal articles, online databases, and media. To help you find the information you need,
So today I thought we’d take a little bit of a trip down memory lane and celebrate 30 glorious, incredible years of the World Wide Web. So this is yes this is a little bit different from the kind of normal stuff because I just thought, hey do you know
What if I were to ask this question instead? Make the function query return a list of links submitted by user 62443, and sort those links by the submission time ascending. The earliest submission first, and the last submission last.
The UCF Libraries website is a great place to start your academic research. In this video I’ll point out some of the most useful features of the Libraries’ site so you can find what you need, and find it fast! In the center of the homepage is our QuickSearch. you
When you open Firefox or click the home button you get this handy home page. It has a big search box right up front that uses whatever search engine you want. By default it uses Google. Of course you don’t have to use this page as your home page, you
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