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Lunch & Learn: Serge Goldstein on the iPrinceton app.

video platform video management video solutionsvideo player Over the past two years, OIT, in collaboration with a number of University departments and Blackboard Inc., has developed a mobile application suite named “iPrinceton.” This suite is currently available for iPhone/iPads, Android, … Continue reading

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Plain Text

html2text is one of those tools that most people might not need very often, but when you do need it, it is indispensable.  html2text, as the name implies, converts webpages (HTML) to plain old glorious text. That text, in turn, … Continue reading

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Read the Front Page of 873 Newspapers From 87 Countries for Free

Newseum is a free website that allows  you to read the front page of  873 newspapers (including other country newspapers) for free. The front pages are high quality images from the actual newspaper or you can read them as  PDFs, … Continue reading

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Facebook app that lets you create flashcards

I recently came across a Facebook app called Q-Kards. It’s a simple flashcard app that allows you to create flashcards (for any topic like learning a language or text vocab) to help you memorize information. You can share your cards … Continue reading

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Productive Scholar: PULSe and Lynda.com

PULSe – the Princeton University Learning Series is a new IT learning opportunity that supports many of the technologies OIT makes available.  Faculty, staff, and students – anyone with a Princeton netID – can participate in the live Friday afternoon … Continue reading

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