Podcasting with Audacity

When we use the term podcasting we are often just referring to an audio project rather than a proper podcast which would imply a series of syndicated audio recordings. In either case the process of planning and creating the audio files is the same. We just won’t go into the process of syndication in this […]

Brook Danielle Lillehaugen on Digital Scholarship & Collaboration with Stake-Holding Communities

We’re very pleased to announce that Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, assistant professor of linguistics at Haverford College, will give a presentation at Trinity College (Hartford) on Monday, October 1, 2018 at 4.30 in LITC 181. Her talk is entitled “Digital scholarship and collaboration with stake-holding communities: Ticha, a digital text explorer for Colonial Zapotec,” and will be followed […]

Some Resources on Course Packs & Copyright

On June 27 at noon, Information Services had an initial conversation about course packs. Here are some resources that were mentioned during that conversation: Stanford’s Copyright & Fair Use site, in particular the page on academic coursepacks SensusAccess (file converter for accessibility): http://commons.trincoll.edu/trinedtech/sensusaccess/ Hypothes.is (web annotation tool): https://web.hypothes.is (You can see hypothes.is in action in […]

Kaltura: Ordering captions

This post describes how to request and edit closed captions from Kaltura, whether you are working in Moodle or in Mediaspace (https://trincoll.mediaspace.kaltura.com). The captions are machine generated and are typically 70 – 80% accurate, however, the results greatly depend on the clarity and enunciation of the speaker. Turnaround time once captions are requested is typically […]