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Photoshop is a massive program that is limited to your imagination. In this video we'll cover a few of the most common tools used in Photoshop.
After a while, you may start to notice your mac slowing down and find
that it is bloated with unwanted files. This episode of Tech Time will
give you some tips for cleaning up and speeding up your computer.
After a while, you may start to notice your PC slowing down and find that it is bloated with unwanted files. This episode of Tech Time will give you some tips for cleaning up and speeding up your computer.
BbLearn's Content Collection feature is a service provided by BbLearn to help faculty, staff, and students share NAU-related files that are too large to share through e-mail. In this video we'll walk you through importing files into BbLearn's Content Collection, sharing these files through e-mail, and then accessing these files when you are the one receiving them.
Working with Fetch. Join Ryan and Jason in this Tech Time Video as they discuss the FTP Mac application, Fetch.
Lynda offers self-paced, hands-on video courses on a variety of important skills; from using Microsoft and Adobe products to creative skill sets like photography, web design, and video editing. And the best part? NAU provides full access to the Lynda library to all students, faculty, and staff.
You can use keyboard shortcuts to speed up some of your daily tasks. This video covers some of the most popular shortcuts for Macs.
Mapping a Shared Drive. This episode of Tech Time will show you how to connect to a shared drive using both Mac OSX and Windows 7. Specifically, we will show you how to connect to the home drive, also known as the Bonsai Drive or H Drive.
In this episode, we are going
to explore the Dana server, how you can access it, and what it can be used for.
Dana is a virtual space that you, as an NAU student, can access to host a web
page or use it as a cloud drive to store up to 500 Megabytes of data.
This free text notification service is called NAU Alert. When you setup your cell phone with NAU Alert, you will receive important emergency notifications, including weather-related closures.
In this episode we are going to talk about how to set up your NAU Gmail account on your Apple iOS mobile device or Android mobile device. Setting up access to your NAU Gmail account on your mobile device is quite simple and takes only a couple of minutes.
The vLab provides NAU affiliates with remote
access to the student computer lab environment. All you need is a free Remote
Desktop Connection utility, High Speed Internet Access, and an active NAU
student, faculty, or staff account.
In PowerPoint you can either create many different types of slides. In
this Tech Time we'll point you in the right direction on how to create
professional and engaging slides.
Add your picture to Outlook, the NAU email address book, and Sharepoint by default and make your picture available inside of Lync.
of the most important tasks that you will face between semesters is registering
for classes. Today we are going to explore the ins and outs of the Louie
interface, and help you get more comfortable with NAU’s class registration
Remote Desktop. This episode of Tech Time covers Remote Desktop. Remote Desktop allows for a user to log into a computer (like your office computer) from a computer in another location (like from home or in a lab on campus).
You can use Remote Desktop to log into your office PC or the terminal
server from your Mac. This is a great way to work in software that is
not available on the Mac and to be able to grab files that you have
saved on Bonsai or your PC.
files and documents from your Home, or Bonasai Drive or the NAUShares Drive.
There may be a time when your department or professor asks you to analyze large amounts of data. NAU provides software to do just that. SPSS is a computer program used for survey authoring, data mining, text analytics, statistical analysis, and collaboration & deployment.
SPSS is available at NAU Computer Labs and on our Virtual Lab System. ITS also subsidizes installations for faculty, staff, and students. This Tech Time Tutorial will guide you through the process of retrieving a license, downloading and installing SPSS.
In this episode of Tech Time we give a brief overview of the completely redesigned ITS web presence.
The following Tech Time video explains what a virtual private network or VPN is. This video will explain how to set up a VPN and when you should use it.
Excel is a popular program found in the Microsoft Office Suite. It has
many different uses and in this episode we will highlight just a few of
the new additions to the current version of Excel.
The new additions to PowerPoint 2010 can be extremely useful. Being able
to broadcast your presentation in real time over the web, adjust your
auto-saving features, and inserting videos from social media sites are a
few things that we cover in this video.
In this episode of Tech Time we discuss the newest version of Word 2010,
a popular word processor from Microsoft. This video will showcase a few
of the new features that are available in Word 2010.
Windows 7. This episode of Tech Time Will briefly discuss some of the new features of the windows 7 Operating System. We will also give you some tips on how to get Windows 7 on your own computer.
You can use keyboard shortcuts to speed up some of your daily tasks. This video covers some of the most popular shortcuts for Windows.