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    ImageJ for Macintosh

    Step-by-Step

    1. Download ImageJ from this link.
    2. Unzip the downloaded file by double clicking it. The default behavior on Macintosh will be to unzip the file into a folder in the same location and with the same name as the zip file.
    3. Copy the ImageJ folder into your Applications folder.

    Canvas Access

    Details

    Any active Dartmouth account should be able to log into canvas.dartmouth.edu. You will first be prompted with the Dartmouth WebAuth login pages. If you can successfully log into WebAuth, then you should be able to see Canvas. If you are not enrolled in any courses, you won't be able to access anything once logged in. 

    Centrally Booked Classroom Locations and Equipment

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    BuildingRoomNo of Display(s)Display TypeVideo SourcesComputerDocument DisplayAdd'l Features

    Baker Library

    213

    1 Projector Blu-Ray/DVD Mac Document camera Wireless collaboration

    Baker Library

    234

    Centrally booked classrooms

    Details

    Central booked classrooms are designed for self-service use of computer, video, and document display. Faculty may also record their voice and the computer desktop in any central booked classroom using TechSmith Relay or Echo360 (available in select locations).

    Classroom Support Service Overview

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    Description

    Classroom Technology Services provides specialized in-room support, consultation and training services to assist the Dartmouth community with the technical and logistical aspects of technology use in classrooms, meeting rooms and collaborative settings across campus.

    Available to

    Faculty, staff, and students in the Arts and Sciences

    Screen and Class Capture Service Overview

    Details

    Description

    Classroom capture generally refers to lecture recording: a live class is being recorded, capturing the instructor’s computer display, the instructor and the front of the physical classroom, or both. TechSmith Relay (formerly Camtasia Relay) and Echo360 are commonly used for this.

    Classroom Response Systems Service Overview

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    Description

    Classroom response systems are often known simply as “clickers”. The operating principle is that in order to increase in-class student engagement and learning, the instructor will present questions to her class to which students respond with either a dedicated device (“clicker”) or with a web-based tool or text message.

    Classrooms

    Details

    Dartmouth has a variety of facilities for courses and seminars. You can choose from projection-equipped centrally booked classrooms or the instructional center where each student station is equipped with a computer. Display equipment can also be scheduled in many non-equipped classrooms.

    Getting Audio Visual Equipment for Non-equipped Classrooms

    Details

    If your classroom does not have the audio visual equipment you need to conduct your course or event, email [email protected] or call 646-2302.

    Using Technology in Class: Tips for Success

    Details

    Here are six important steps to successful use of technology in the classroom.

    Get the Right Classroom

    Describe the capacity, furnishings, and technology you will need when the A&S Registrar solicits this information from your department each term. Check with your Department Administrator or Chair for more information. Most A&S centrally booked classrooms are equipped for computer and DVD display. Most other classrooms can be equipped on a term by term basis.

    Preview the Classroom

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