Multitasking the Multimedia Classroom

Many of the newer multimedia classrooms are equipped with multiple projection surfaces and multiple media inputs (AppleTV, WiDi, digital input, analog input, built in desktops).  Did you know that you did not have to project the same content to all the displays at once?  If you connect your Mac to…

Continue reading

Wake Forest Software Center

Does your computer nag you to update during the middle of your work? Have you had an update try to process while you are teaching a class? Part of your problem may be in the setting of the Wake Software Center program. The Software Center program is designed to allow IS to install necessary software on your computer remotely. It also allows you to indicate when it is OK to install software.

Continue reading

Lynda.com

Are you interested in learning Photoshop?  Have something you need to do in Excel, but not sure how? All Wake Forest University faculty, staff, and students have access to Lynda.com – a robust website database of self-paced courses on technology tools and many other subjects including business, arts, music and…

Continue reading

your ThinkPad is your security key

Lenovo and Intel announced in October selected ThinkPads and Ideapads with 7th and 8th generations processors can now be used as security key like USB, Bluetooth, NFC (Near Field Communication) dongles/Smartcards.  And your Yoga 370 is one of them. http://news.lenovo.com/news-releases/lenovo-and-intel-deliver-simpler-and-safer-online-authentication-experiences.htm You can now use your Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 370 as…

Continue reading