The Chrome browser from Google may be growing in popularity, but many vendors still only support the old standbys: Internet Explorer & Firefox (with some Safari).

EBSCOHost databases, for example, do not support Chrome. You can read their thoughts here. Basically, the .pdfs will not open up in the EBSCO built-in .pdf reader.

Rather than trying dubious work-arounds to get Chrome to work with EBSCOhost databases, please just use IE or Firefox.

UBC Thunderbird Robotics hosts the 7th Annual International Autonomous Robot Racing Competition (IARRC) over the July 23rd – 24th weekend. IARRC is aimed at promoting R&D efforts into fully autonomous small-size ground vehicles – in particular the associated artificial intelligence software systems that run these vehicles. Student teams attending in the competition are expected to […]

From ASEE’s daily update: The Washington Post (7/18, de Vise) reports that Michael Nelson, a computer science professor at Old Dominion University in Virginia, “and some colleagues at Old Dominion and the Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed a sort of Internet time machine called Memento” that lets users “search for a Web site as […]

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