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Using Collaborative Spaces for Group & Media Projects

This workshop will show attendees how to use the equipment in the Multimedia Department's collaborative spaces to connect and display a laptop or mobile device on one of the 65" flat screen televisions (available in each of the rooms) in order to work on group and media projects.  Participants will also learn how to use AirMedia wireless to connect to the flat screen tv, access Adobe Creative Suite, and conduct a Zoom videoconference session using a laptop or the built-in Polycom camera. 

Location of Event: Multimedia Resources Department (Lowel Level of Sprague Library)

Please contact Steve Shapiro with any questions. 973-655-7153 or shapiros@montclair.edu

Date:
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Time:
2:30pm - 3:00pm
Audience:
  Faculty / Staff     Graduate Students     Undergraduate Students  

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Steven Shapiro
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Catherine Baird

Catherine Baird is the Liaison Librarian for Education, Counseling and Modern Languages.  She also teaches and does research appointments for Linguistics.  

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