The October 14, 2020 edition of the New Yorker has a thought provoking piece by John Seabrook called “The Next Word.” Seabrook begins the article with Gmail’s Smart Compose feature, which suggests phrases while you are typing a sentence. If you … Continue reading AI, Gmail’s Smart Compose, and the end of writers?
Panopto is our video streaming and lecture capture system that makes it easy to stream, record, and share videos within Moodle. Panopto can capture your computer screen, audio, and/or video from webcams and other devices to record lectures, student or … Continue reading 3 Ways to Use Panopto in Moodle
Working with Denise Crossan in the Lang Center’s Social Innovation Lab, the MakerSpace Student Assistant Eva Low created a set of tiles to illustrate 17 United Nations “Sustainable Development Goals [that] are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable … Continue reading UN Sustainability Goals
Apple will release macOS 10.15 this month (October 2019) and is offering the operating system as a free upgrade on supported Apple hardware. New computers will ship with the new operating system this Fall. ITS Recommendation Information Technology Services (ITS) … Continue reading ITS Recommendation for macOS 10.15 Catalina
You or your department, club, team, or other group might already be using Twitter. Here is a small tip for you to help wade through the … Continue reading Twitter Lists: Curating Your Experience
The Media Center features new print presets installed on all Mac computers, as well as updated instructions for printing large format posters. Posters can be printed from Macs using Adobe Acrobat and InDesign, Microsoft Powerpoint, and Google Slides. Printing from Dell PCs … Continue reading Refined Instructions, Streamlined Printing