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Mandy Russ ‘12 is DePauw’s Google Student Ambassador

October 2nd, 2011 by Carol L. Smith

From Donnie Sendelbach, Director of ITAP and Instructional & Learning Services

Mandy giving Chromebook demos in the UB

Mandy Russ ‘12, an ITAP Student Director and mathematics major, is serving as DePauw’s Google Student Ambassador this year.

After submitting her proposal last summer, Mandy was one of just 140 students selected from 109 campuses who were flown to Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, for a 2-day summit in August.

The Google Student Ambassador Program is an opportunity for students to act as liaisons between Google and their universities. These ambassadors learn about innovative Google products and programs, plan and host fun events for students on their campus, and help Google better understand each university’s culture.

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Dreamweaver Workshop for Campus Web Authors – Sept 29, 2009

September 15th, 2009 by Carol L. Smith

Workshop for Campus Web Authors – Dreamweaver Basic
Sept 29 at 3:30-4:30pm

This session will cover using Dreamweaver to create and edit web pages but it will not address using the DePauw Template.

To register:

E-mail webteam@depauw.edu. Be sure to include the title and time of the session you wish to attend.

Questions? Contact:

Andrea Adamchak (webteam@depauw.edu)
DePauw Web Team

Tablet PC Workshop for Students – Tuesday, September 22, 7pm

September 13th, 2009 by Carol L. Smith

Tablet PC Workshop for Students – Tuesday, September 22, 7 – 8pm
Roy O. West Instruction Room A

Do you want to learn how to utilize a Tablet PC’s special pen functions?

Join this session and learn how to write on documents, take notes in OneNote, annotate presentations and more.

If you have questions, contact Michael Gough (michaelgough@depauw.edu)

What’s a Tablet PC?

A Tablet PC is fully-functional Windows laptop with a screen that enables you to write directly on the screen using a special pen (included with the computer). You can also rotate the screen 180 degrees and lay it flat over the keyboard for a more comfortable reading and writing experience.

This makes it easy to perform a number of common tasks such as drawing diagrams while taking notes in class and making hand-written annotations or highlighting marks on PDF documents while doing assigned reading.  In addition, some DePauw courses use special collaboration software that works very naturally with Tablet PCs.

Tablet PCs at DePauw — Watch the video!

** This event is sponsored by Student Technology Support.