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Audacity: Recording and Editing an MP3 Audio File

Audacity is a free cross-platform (Macintosh and Windows) program that allows you to record and edit audio for use in your courses.

Audacity: Recording From a Record with the USB Turntable

The ION USB is a simple way to digitize records.

Blogger

Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows private or multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries.

Digital Camera: Canon PowerShot S45

This Quickstart provides basic operating instructions for use of the Canon PowerShot S45 Digital Camera.

Digital Video Camera: Canon ZR 60

This QuickStart provides basic operating instructions for use of the Canon Digital Video Camcorder (ZR60).

DVD/VHS Viewing the Media Center

This Quickstart explains how to watch a DVD/VHS

eDisk: Accessing and Saving

This Quickstart explains how to access and save to an eDisk folder.

Flash Card Reader/Writer: Imation FlashGo!

This Quickstart explains how to install and use the Imation FlashGo! memory reader and writer.

Fujitsu ScanSnap: Getting Started

The Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500M is an upright scanner best used for scanning multi-page documents into PDF format because it is fast and easy to use.

GarageBand: Getting Started

GarageBand can be used to create original music.

Getting Started:Olympus Digital Voice Recorder

This Quickstart provides instructions for using the Olympus Digital Voice Recorder (model WS-100).

Graphics: Selecting Web Safe Colors

Only 216 colors are shared between Macintosh and Windows monitors. These colors, called the “web palette,” should be used when creating GIFs for the Web because colors that are not in this palette display differently…

Graphics: Taking Pictures of Your Macintosh Screen

This Quickstart explains how to create a snapshot of your screen using the Digital Media Creation Stations.

How to use the Olympus Digital Voice Recorder (modelWS-100).

Franklin & Marshall observes the Fair Use Doctrine of Copyrighted Media as defined by the Copyright Laws of the United States.

iDVD: Burning a DVD

iDVD is a program that allows you to make your own DVD, including picture, music, and movies of your choice.

iDVD: Creating a DVD

This Quickstart will guide you through the process of creating a DVD using the DVD Duplication Station.

iDVD: Creating a DVD from a DV Camera

This Quickstart will guide you through the process of creating a DVD by importing video directly from a DV camera.

iMovie: Create a Movie

This Quickstart explains how to create a movie.

iMovie: Digitizing Video

This Quickstart explains how to digitize video from a VHS or DVD using iMovie 9.

iMovie: Exporting/Sharing Your Movie

This Quickstart explains how to import video into iMovie 9 using a firewire camera.