Basic Usage Wiki: basic usage of Audacity Download: Download Audacity online
Learn how to change your password through the College of Wooster website.
How to access your quarantined email for your wooster.edu email.
If your classroom doesn’t have a white control box (also called a Pixie), it will require the use of a projector remote. This video explains how to work in those classrooms. The video applies to Mateer 203 and 305, Morgan 101 and 217, Scovel 116, Wishart 202 and Taylor 10, 200 and 308.
Some classrooms include a special monitor that allows you to use a stylus to interact with the screen and to draw on it. Many professors find this allows them to make their presentations more dynamic and engaging. Here’s how to get started with the SMART podium presentation equipment.
In this video you will learn how to connect to network storage on Windows 7. Storing your files on the network makes them available from any computer, backs them up regularly and enables you to recover the files even if your computer is destroyed.
Storing your files on the network makes them available from any computer, backs them up regularly and enables you to recover the files even if your computer is destroyed.
If you want to connect your personal laptop to a projector in Kauke Hall, this video will help. Both Macs and PCs are compatible with these projectors.
How to use basic technology equipment in classrooms at the College of Wooster. Discusses computers, DVD players, and VCRs.
An introduction to viewing wiki content on the College of Wooster confluence wiki. This is useful for College community members whose college group uses a wiki.
Learn how to connect to ScotZone, Wooster’s wireless network, on a Mac OS X computer.
For faculty, staff and students who want to create a wiki. www.youtube.com/?v=J8Qx7cWSvHU
Basic Usage Wiki: Basic usage of Garageband
This is the place holder for Maple
This is the place holder for Mathmatica
Basic Usage From Matlab: Overview To Get: Free Trial Download On Campus: Computer Guide
Instructions for how to post in Voices for a class blog.
How to keep your Mac healthy and up-to-date.
Quarantined E-mail Appliance (SPAM FILTER) Wooster has deployed a spam and virus filter for incoming email messages. Each message gets a score based on criteria set by Xecuritas, our Spam filter provider, and if a message scores high enough, it is quarantined by the filter. Users can login and view, delete, forward, trust, or block […]
College of Wooster students who are required to use Voices for a class can learn how to register on this video.
Learn how to install public printer drivers on your personal Mac OS computer.
Learn how to set up printing on a Windows XP, Vista, or 7 computer. This will allow you to print to public printers on campus.
Basic Usage Software for statistical analysis. Information on how to use software: IBM SPSS Documentation Where to get software: In Campus Computer Labs This software is available for download for Wooster Students, Faculty and Staff. Click here.
Get started starting up a class blog with Voices, the campus blogging platform.
Basic Usage From Stata: Overview On Campus: Computer Guide
This information is adapted from L-Soft’s LISTSERV documentation available at their website. What is LISTSERV? Who can request a list? How do I login to the web-interface for LISTSERV? How do I send a message to a list? How do I see what lists I belong to? How can I subscribe myself to a list? How […]
How to access Windows programs such as Gaussian 2009, SALT, SPSS and CLEA in the Mac labs on the College of Wooster campus. These programs run only on Windows so you will have to use special software to make them run on the Mac machines in these labs. The software is called VMWare and it […]