CUC CUC Meetings


Founded in 1972 the Computer User’s Committee is an informal grouping of McGill people committed to the improvement of information technology in the University. The CUC organizes discussion forums on new concepts, programs, hardware and systems. This collegial learning environment created by the CUC is a both a physical and virtual place for all interested members of the McGill community to exchange ideas as well as share experiences and solutions.

RecordingDateRecordingNameInstructorDescriptionWebcast MP3 COOLCast MP3 WMV COOLCast WMV
20/01/2009 12:06CUC-Jan20-09Louise O'NeilleScholarship@McGill
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17/02/2009 12:20CUC-Feb17-09Riyad Zienni/Gabrielle KrimCreating a Single Resource to Access Decentralized Computer Facilities. Riyad Zienni/Looking for IT answers? Browse our service catalogue. Gabrielle Krim
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13/05/2009 12:05CUC-May13Professor Rene SieberProfessor Rene Sieber will describe her work with computational ontologies and their use in research, especially for the humanities and social sciences. Computational ontologies touch on artificial intelligence, the semantic web, and web ontology languages. This will be an especially informative and engaging session to end our season! Coffee will be served.
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DVD Quality Download Option

Use this option only if you intend to burn a high-quality DVD. You will need to download the file listed below.

HyperLink to DVD

Due to the large file size (approx. 4 GB), we recommend using an FTP client if you are connected to the Internet from off campus. For detailed instructions please see the IT Knowledge Base article: Downloading your convocation ceremony video.

NB: Due to a file size limit in Internet Explorer, we recommend you use FireFox or a dedicate FTP client (we recommend using FileZilla).