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Technology Tuesdays: Library Timesavers

We have an excellent Technology Tuesday scheduled for May 25th: LIbrary Timesavers

“Learn how to leverage e-resources to maximize your research efficiency and how to let the library do your legwork with reserves and interlibrary loan. Representatives from the library will also demonstrate Via Sapientiaie, DePaul’s institutional repository, which provides open access to scholarly works produced by the University's faculty, staff, centers and institutes, and students.”

As usual, the session will be in DPC 7406 (seventh floor of the DePaul Center) from 10 - 11 a.m.

Hope to see you there!

For more information, and to RSVP:

https://www.depaul.edu/~jmoore/tech/
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Screenflow and BT-1

Upgrading to Snow Leopard (last year) caused my BT-1 camera to stop working with ScreenFlow. Looks like the problem is now fixed. This week, there were minor updates released for both the BT-1 and ScreenFlow - the happy result is that I can wireless stream video to ScreenFlow recordings again. I will see how this works for recording a 3-hour class on Monday.
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TokBox

Jim Carey at Northwestern University pointed me in the direction of TokBox - a free video chat and messaging service. Works pretty well, and worth investigating.
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PaperShow Pen

I (and some of my colleagues) have been experimenting with the PaperShow Pen. This is an excellent presenter’s tool that allows faculty to annotate and sketch on the computer screen simply by writing on special paper with a Bluetooth pen. The PaperShow Pen works particularly well in classes that involve freehand graphs and writing equations.



I have a brief demo towards the end of my recent Guerilla Lecture Capture presentation, but should have something more substantial here soon.
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