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Tech Spotlights: Audacity

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Audacity (Photo credit: ppip)

This session focused on the voice recording software Audacity. Audacity is a freely available program for audio recording.  Follow the link below for instructions on downloading and using this software. The software is also available on all computers in the HRC.

AUDACITY Instructions.pdf

 

 

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Tech Spotlights: Using Audacity for editing digital audio

Todays session focused on the voice recording software Audacity. Audacity is a freely-available program for audio recording.  Follow the link below for instructions on downloading and using this software. The software is also available on all computers in the HRC.

AUDACITY Instructions.pdf

 

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Lunch & Learn: Campus Networking and the Internet: How They Work with Peter Olenick

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At the March 7 Lunch ‘n Learn, OIT’s Senior Manager of Networking, Peter Olenick presented Campus Networking and the Internet: How They Work.
“Most people really don’t care how networking works… they simply care that it does work,” summarized Olenick.
During his hour session, Olenick reviewed the technologies involved in campus and internet networking with some focus upon how that technology is actually used on campus and why this complex environment sometimes does not operate as users expect it to.
This image of a network pipe illustrates some of the complexity. There are electronics, logical components, there are network services, and then there are the actual applications that run on top… together, they make up what most users think of as their network connection. All aspects must work in order to provide useful service.

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