Articles tagged with: Demonstrations

Create and Distribute Email Newsletters with Microsoft Publisher

I stumbled across a feature of Microsoft Publisher the other day I was not aware of. Publisher is capable of not only creating an email newsletter ( e-newsletter), but it will also send out the newsletter in the body text of your email. There are a few tips that you will need to be aware [ Read More ]

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Using Poll Everywhere

Poll Everywhere is an easy way to gather live responses in any venue… conferences, classrooms, webinars, and off-sites — anywhere with internet. Here is a handy to guide to use when creating new activities and polls.

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DASNR Faculty & Staff Forum – Live Stream pt.1

In May of 2015, The Vice President, Dean, and Director of DASNR, Dr. Coon, held a Faculty/Staff forum to allow those with questions and concerns to be able to voice them.  Due to the size of the Division and how spread out we are (roughly 82 off site locations not including research stations,) the decision [ Read More ]

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Digital Signage – Part 3 Vendors

In Part 1 we investigated the various uses and applications of digital signs. In  Part 2 we looked at the planning for implementation of a signage system. Like most technologies out there, there are a lot of vendors from which we can choose. Each offers a variety of features and their solutions vary in cost.  In part [ Read More ]

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Digital Signage – Part 2 Planning

Digital Signage – Part 2 Planning In part 1 I talked provided an overview of digital signage, beginning with a simple definition and some examples. In this post I will be discussing some of  the key points  of the system in an effort to help with your initial planning.

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Digital Signage – Part 1 Overview

Digital Signage – Part 1 Overview A few years ago the Student Technology Fee Committee of the College of Ag Sciences and Natural Resources agreed to install five digital signage kiosks throughout buildings that housed our academic departmental faculty, staff, and students. The expectation was that these kiosks would provide information about the college and [ Read More ]

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