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Lunch & Learn: Nancy Pressman-Levy and Jeremy Darrington on Searchit@PUL

In this session, Nancy Pressman-Levy and Jeremy Darrington talked about the features of Princeton Library’s tool for discovering and accessing scholarly resources provided by the library, available at http://searchit.princeton.edu. Searchit@PUL Darrington discussed Books+, which helps patrons to find books,  journals, … Continue reading

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The Productive Scholar: John LeMasney on using Wimba

This week’s Productive Scholar was all about digital audio discussions. In this session, John LeMasney, Princeton University’s Manager of Educational Technology Training and Outreach, talked about the audio portions of Blackboard Collaborate, formerly Wimba Voice, which faculty can use to … Continue reading

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The Productive Scholar: John LeMasney on Lecture Capture

In this seminar, John LeMasney talks about Lecture capture solutions. This is a useful technique if you are speaking to people in a classroom, meeting or other event, and want to either capture or broadcast your face, voice, or screen … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: SMART Tech­nolo­gies at Prince­ton

This week, we welcomed back Janet Temos to talk to our Lunch & Learn audience about touch technologies in teaching at Princeton. In her talk, she discussed interactive whiteboards, like SMART technologies’ SMARTboards, multitouch LCDs, & Sympodium podium based interactive … Continue reading

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Screencast: RSS feeds in Google Reader and related clients with John LeMasney

https://mediacentral.princeton.edu/id/1_t3tookjt In this screencast, John LeMasney explains how to use Google Reader, an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed reader, to collect, curate, and filter all of the content from your favorite academic sources. Using Google Reader as the engine, John … Continue reading

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