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There are a number of library rooms equipped with a 46-inch LCD display. Each display has digital audio/video connectivity with a HDMI cable and analog audio/video connectivity with a VGA cable and 1/8-inch stereo adapter. Library Rooms Equipped with a … Continue reading
SharePoint provides users to control access to specific files by a user who is editing a document. For example, you can check out a document for an extended period of time and others will be unable to make changes or … Continue reading
In Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 there is a feature to embed videos from a website. The features is located on the [Insert] tab. Recently, it seems, YouTube made a change in the “old embed code” required for PowerPoint to properly play a YouTube … Continue reading
Go here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZTFZ_T0YnnhNZXMrbTWycWhuK3Z74vCejXxhlGM3lCE/edit?usp=sharing Watch the screencast to understand how to use the queue for the Library Classroom printer. Permissions to manage the queue are granted based on your SPU credentials. http://www.screencast.com/t/u143FmwRuQ Questions or Assistance? Contact the Tech Desk, which … Continue reading
The Tech Desk allows for a three-day check out of a Mini Tri-Pod, suitable for smaller devices such as cameras, flip video cameras, and other hand-held recording devices. To mount a device using the screw-in stand, please see instructions below. #1 Twist the … Continue reading
Information, presentation materials, and helpful resources are below from the Scholarly Communication 2.0: Networks USEM 1000 session on Oct. 19th, 2012. Contact Ryan Ingersoll for questions. Presentation PowerPoint PowerPoint PDF (2 slides per page) Presentation Outline PDF Helpful Resources How … Continue reading
Overview This tutorial provides instructions to upload a video to YouTube with privacy sharing restricts to those with a link, unlisted. #1 Log in to YouTube with your YouTube account. You can also use a Google account (Gmail) if you … Continue reading
Resources for Video Projects Seattle Pacific University’s Library Tech Desk assists students in creating and publishing video projects. The following outline provides guidance for video consultations with students. Software and Accounts YouTube YouTube is an easy-to-use resource to publish … Continue reading