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Internet2® Arts & Humanities

Traditional borders confine institutions from providing master classes to students, connecting audiences to performances, or delivering content from distant scholars to enhance study of the human condition.  The network infrastructure allows high-speed delivery of digital content to remove the distance factor and bring us closer to the “in-person” experience.  Interactions with outside scholars in law, languages, and the performing arts, allow the quality sharing of ideas.  More importantly, the network provides another platform by which UA can fulfill its responsibility to share long-standing expertise in the arts and humanities.

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