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The Productive Scholar: Rebecca Louie on using LaTeX

There is a fantastic free tool that you can use to create high quality, professional documents in the humanities, arts, and sciences, and Rebecca Louie knows all about it. Louie, a member of Princeton University’s Academic Services, returned to talk … Continue reading

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Screencast: How to Change Your Theme in OpenScholar

This screencast will show you how you can change your theme (appearance) in OpenScholar. Please note you are not able to edit the CSS in your OpenScholar theme.

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Productive Scholar: John LeMasney on Using Inkscape

https://mediacentral.princeton.edu/id/1_48kltf39 Thursday, September 22, 12:00 noon Frist Multipurpose Room A Using Inkscape John LeMasney Inkscape is an open source drawing application used generally as a free alternative to Adobe Illustrator. Visual learners benefit greatly from the presence of illustrations of … Continue reading

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Handbrake

Handbrake is an open-source multithreaded video transcoder available for Mac, Windows and Linux. It enables you to pull from any DVD-like source: Video_TS folder, DVD Image or real DVD and some .VOB and .TS files. Output formats are MP4 and … Continue reading

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