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We will see how to export .mp3 files, but before doing so, you must complete Audacity installation. Installing Audacity... see more

This presentation centers on the functional components of a computer – input and output devices, memory, storage and the... see more

All types of data can be compressed. We'll look informally at image compression and differentiate between lossy and... see more

This presentation focuses on the characteristics of a communication link and also on the units of measure for... see more

Collaborative writing is more common on the Internet than in print. It's also more complex than individual writing... see more

In this presentation, we'll look at creating, modifying and posting to a blog using the Blogger service. Blogger is one... see more

We will see how to create a blog, change its appearance and layout, create posts and add edit gadgets. We will also... see more

This presentation differentiates between client-server applications and peer-to-peer applications. We use Bit Torrent as... see more

This presentation is about the class itself. We surveyed covered our skill levels and the applications we use. We also... see more

This presentation covers audio recording by maximizing the dynamic range of the recording while avoiding clipping and... see more

We look at the audio processing work flow, noting that compression is done after editing and before you distribute your... see more

The h1 tag specifies a level one heading. The text between the h1 tag and the closing tag is large and boldface. Note... see more

This presentation is on application programs. No skills are covered but technology concepts include what a program is and... see more

The presentation illustrates the idea of an application program interface or API, using Twitter as an example.

We will see the use of several image processing operations in creating a 200 by 200 pixel picture. An informal notion of... see more

A document describing our IT literacy topic modules, the structure of our presentations, and the course outline.

IT literacy courses and curriculum date back to the 1960s at Dartmouth. Since that time, the curriculum has been revised... see more

This is a Tennessee history tutorial designed to help students taking a Tennessee history course better understand where... see more

Teaches students to discern credible online sources. Students learn to critically think about what they are reading... see more

A citation and note taking tool used by over 24 million students. Librarians use EasyBib to teach information literacy.... see more

Skills: organizing and starting a collaborative writing project Concepts: compiled versus co-authored documents,... see more

The purpose of this project is to help the learner understand similarities and differences between word processing,... see more

This is a free, online tutorial the purpose of which is "to help university students develop their Internet research... see more

This is a free, online tutorial.  It's purpose is to provide "a free online tutorial to help university students develop... see more