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Hours for the ITW


8:30-5:00 p.m.


    Easter Semester Classes 2013


    What's New

    On February 15th, the Library and Information Technology Services will sponsor a Google celebration with testimonials, food, prizes and mini-classes.  The celebration will begin at 1:00 p.m. in the ATC courtyard for Sewanee faculty and staff.  Watch for additional information in a few days.

    Check out ITW's Technology Classes for the Easter Semester 2013.  Many Microsoft Excel 2010 and Microsoft Word 2010 classes will be available.  Other classes include PowerPoint, ARTstor, PDFs/Acrobat and Blackboard.

     iTunes University update for Sewanee

    The University of the South recently launched iTunes University on campus.  Several categories are available for your viewing and listening pleasure.

    Go to iTunes than iTunes Store on the left hand column. and select the option iTuneU at the top of the page.  Pull down the menu and select Universities and Colleges.  In the alphabetical list, select University of the South.



    Zotero Tutorials

    Zotero has produced several great how-to videos on their site that demonstrate step by step how to use Zotero's features.

    This is a quick overview of how to save citations from the web.

    More Zotero Screencast Tutorials


    Information about the ITW


    Skype Information

    iTunes University

    Apple has just come out with a new App for the iTunes University.  Check out



    Subject Guide

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    Phone Numbers

    David Syler   (931) 598-1335

    Mary O'Neill (931) 598-1660



      TurningPoint Technology recently gave a demonstration of Clickers (audience response systems) in duPont Library on October 10th 

      Clickers allows students to participate in lectures or presentations by submitting real-time respones to question.  If faculty are interested in learning more about Clickers, check out the following links to TurningPoint Clickers.

      Online Tutorials

      Best Practices using TurningPoint Clickers


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