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Finding and Incorporating Media into CTools and PowerPoint   Tags: art_and_design, arts, enriching_scholarship, images, technology_guide  

Guide to resources on finding and incorporating media into CTools and PowerPoint. This guide was published in conjunction with an Enriching Scholarship program.
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Enriching Scholarship

The UM Teaching and Technology Collaborative invites faculty to enhance their teaching and research by participating in a week of free seminars, workshops, demonstrations and other events drawing upon the expertise of faculty and instructional technology specialists from across campus. Enriching Scholarship offers sessions exploring the effective integration of information and technology with teaching, learning and research.

Enriching Scholarship 2009 will be held on May 4-8, 2009. 

For further information visit the Enriching Scholarship website.



This Enriching Scholarship session, Finding and Incorporating Media into CTools and PowerPoint, will teach users how to find digital images, audio clips, and video clips using freely available and UM-restricted resources. Participants will receive hands-on practice incorporating this media into applications such as CTools and PowerPoint. Copyright issues with regard to using this media will also be addressed. This two-hour session is open to users from all disciplines.


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