Archive for the 'digital tools' Category
If you have trouble watching the video or listening to the audio of women veterans from the VHP, make sure you have Real Player installed on your computer. If not you can download it for free from here. Or you can go to one of the computer labs on campus and watch/listen to the there. […]
Use the following links to begin research Simpson Library Online databases for historical research Note-Taking Options Note Cards Post-It Notes Word Processor (with or without templates) Outlines or free-form notes Citation (or other pay note-taking software like Nota Bene) Microsoft OneNote Excel/Access–For information in larger quantities that is consistent in its form (e.g., the census). […]
I know talking to many of you that you’ve had trouble with sending your Word 2007 files to people who can’t open them with our older versions of MS Word. One solution is to follow this link to a YouTube video explaining how you can save your file in a format that will work on […]
Del.icio.us is what’s known as a social bookmarking site. In simplest terms it’s a way to keep track of online sites, blog postings, YouTube videos, whatever you want. See http://tools.umwblogs.org/delicious/ for a quick summary. Sign up for your own account at http://del.icio.us and send me your username via email.