Monthly Archives: February 2008

Sharing Content Enhancement examples in Depot

Learn all about Depot’s new sharing features in this Depot Fast Track lesson. Read

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Keep current with CRL and SIM news with feeds.stratepedia.org

We’re big fans of RSS technology around here, and evangelize it whenever possible. (No idea what I’m talking about? Check out Amber’s RSS in About an Hour mini-course in the Stratepedia Learning Labs.) That said, I know there are a … Read

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Camouflage your cluttered desktop during presentations

Nobody wants to see your messy desktop during a presentation. Here’s a quick way to hide those icons when company’s coming over. Read

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Caffeinate your Mac!

Keep your Mac awake during presentations! Read

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iPhones in higher education

A Texas university will hand out free iPhones to incoming freshmen this fall. What’s in it for SIM? Read

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Talkshoe now works on iPhone

Talkshoe, the audio conferencing tool we told you about a few weeks ago, has been optimized for the iPhone. We’ll try it out this week (we had problems with the regular desktop/laptop interface during our experiments) and let you know … Read

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Psst–want to help us test a new feature in Dossier?

We’re getting ready to roll out a new, really useful feature in Dossier–automated scoring of the Stages of Concern questionnaire. Just use Dossier to enter the data and access the scores. I want to test this out with one or … Read

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Welcome Stratenotes readers!

Imagine my surprise when I pulled the latest Stratenotes from my mailbox and saw my name (and Amber’s, too) on the front page. Twice. A big thank you to Don for promoting the work we do at Stratepedia. As Don … Read

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Recording conference calls with TalkShoe

This afternoon a few of us experimented with TalkShoe, an online conference call recording application. It’s not perfect, but it has promise. If you ever wanted to host your own call-in program, here’s your chance. With TalkShoe, anyone with a … Read

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Outgoing e-mail problems affecting Learning Labs, Depot, other stuff

Due to some unannounced (to me, anyway) changes to the mail servers we use to send you important things like Learning Labs posting notifications and password reset help, we’ve been able to send you messages for the better part of … Read

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