From Mimeograph to Internet

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Apr 20, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments

Over the last 60 years Denver Seminary has advanced in many ways including technologically. The first academic catalog the seminary put out in the 1950-51 school year was mimeographed. The mimeograph (see image below) is a low cost printing press that forces ink through a stencil onto paper to produce copied images.

Today, Denver Seminary’s website provides students, faculty, and others with the most pertinent and up-to-date information, as well as blogs, photo galleries, audio and video recordings, and networking tools. Additionally, students are able to take classes out-of-state and internationally through on-line courses.

Mimeograph - for looking back blog

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