reports I've received so far on this new operating system,
Windows 7, indicate that moving to it is a good bet. Following
are three sites that might provide some insight on whether or
now your lab might be ready for the move.
Lunch and Learn
next Lunch and Learn session will be held on Wednesday,
April 29th, Noon to 1 PM. We will examine free and easy Websites
that allow your students to cartoon for their pleasure and
to attend the session at
Virtual seating is limited to nine people. You will be sent instructions
on joining the session through your email after you sign up.
Once I receive your registration, I will send you a link with
which to join us.
Feel free to have students attend the session if you
have a lab where you can project the session thorough LCD or any other computer
projector. Sign up for one seat, and let others attend at your
site. You will need speaker to allow everyone to hear the
instructions being given.
All materials and links used during Lunch and Learn session are
posted on your state wiki:
http://chiresources.pbworks.com/, along with a number of
other links and ideas.
Resources are linked with the most recent at the bottom. Feel
free to contact your Resource Center
if you need help with any
of the computer skills listed.
machine helps students and professional researchers to properly
credit the information that they use. Its primary goal is to
make it so easy for student researchers to cite their
citation format you need and then the type of resource
you wish to cite.
Web form that appears with information from your source.
[Make Citations] to generate standard bibliographic
and in-text citations.
citation and paste it into your work.
are times when you might want to survey your students or staff.
Why not use a nifty site, the one used by this Center to
register you for Lunch and Learn sessions?
may have up to five surveys posted for free, and you may take
one survey down and enter another in its places at no charge.
options are many and allow for a large variety of text entries
that you find in many surveys.
enter your email contact to receive the responses entered, and
you may compile your responses offline.
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