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Copyright and Fair Use: Compliance Guidelines for Faculty

Reduce your legal liability by better understanding how to interpret and apply copyright law to teaching, research, and scholarship.

Breakfast Series Annoucement: Teaching and Learning with Games

Breakfast Series Announcement: Teaching and Learning with Games - Be a Serious Game ninja! Wednesday, March 14th, 8:30am-10:00am, 4th Floor MSU Library Take a moment to play a few games before the event: http://vudat.msu.edu/BreakfastSeriesTLGames

MSU Introduces Camtasia Relay – get your screencast on!

The increasing demand for recorded lectures and course content for online and blended courses presents a unique challenge for academic institutions to manage rising online content expectations and the cost of producing such material.  While this challenge is not unique to Michigan State University, the department of Learning Design and Technology has developed a new pilot project to meet the demand for easily and cost effectively produce and capture course lectures and content.

Screencasting basics with Chris McQueen

I get a lot of questions about screencasting, and how to get the best results. This is one of the most comprehensive presentations of screencast basics I've ever run across, posted by TechSmith's Chris McQueen. He does an excellent job of laying out some best practices, and illustrates how screencasting doesn't have to be terribly complicated!

New Videoconferencing Resource Site on Campus

As of January 5, 2010, http://computing.msu.edu/videoconferencing/ is live and ready to answer your questions about videoconferencing facilities and contacts at Michigan State University. If you're interested in videoconferencing and looking for a place to start, check here for resources, troubleshooting and planning tips.  For the future, keep your eyes open for user community opportunities and chances to connect with others interested in MSU's videoconferencing resources.

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