Tag Archives: John LeMasney

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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ETC offerings for the week of March 26th, 2012: Seminars and tech spotlight

This week we had three interesting events offered by the Educational Technologies Center. First, in an ETC spotlight on Tuesday, John LeMasney gave an overview of Picasa, Google’s image and video cataloging tool. In the session, John showed users how … Continue reading

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Screencast: How to use Themes and Animations in Google Docs Presentations

In this screencast, John LeMasney describes the basics of using Google Docs Themes and Animations in Google Presentations. By adding themes to apply a look and feel that reinforces your content, transitions to enhance the visual appeal of your content, … Continue reading

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ETC offerings for the week of February 12, 2012: Seminars and tech spotlight

Hi, all. Last week we had three great ETC sponsored events take place on campus, and we recorded each of them. Below are the abstracts and results. Tuesday February 14th – John LeMasney on promoting personal brand with Social Media. … Continue reading

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The Productive Scholar: Roku Box: Making Your Own Television Lineup, presented by John LeMasney

https://mediacentral.princeton.edu/id/1_mxjxw6mn In this session, John LeMasney will show you how you can use Roku’s set top box to stream movies, shows, and audio to your television, cultivating, curating, and crafting your very own lineup of rich content that suits your … Continue reading

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