Tag: Audio

Inexpensive Audio Equipment for Recording Interviews/Lectures etc.

Inexpensive Audio Equipment for Recording Interviews/Lectures etc.

You’ve recorded an interview using your consumer camcorder.  Looks fine, but the audio sounds awful….in fact it’s unusable…you can’t hear anything your interviewee is saying.  Whats the answer?  Connect a “proper” microphone to your Camcorder and record the audio using that. There’s a catch, though.  Most microphones hook up to recording equipment using a balanced […]

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Future of Video in Education

Future of Video in Education

The New Media Consortium in conjunction with Kaltura Inspire is hosting a free webinar for educators and technology enthusists on the “Future of Video in Education.” Tuesday, January 26th, at 2:00 pm EST If you are interested in attending, you must preregister by following this link where you will receive a personalized link to use to […]

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Ask IT Q&A with Robert Vassalotti on Classroom Podiums

Ask IT Q&A with Robert Vassalotti on Classroom Podiums

“Ask IT” Question: Hello Meredith and others in IT!! As was discussed at the Fac Senate recently: Podium systems in the classrooms need to be wired from an over-head, drop-down configuration so that there are no wires all over the floor and so we can move the podium around within a certain radius. The wires […]

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Ask IT Q&A with Leatrice Mendelson on Museum Podcasts

Ask IT Q&A with Leatrice Mendelson on Museum Podcasts

“Ask IT” Question: I would like to know how to configure a walking tour with an i pod through the metropolitan museum. It would be similar to the headphone type of guide that the Museum provides but would be geared to FIT students who wish to go independently because they are not able to go […]

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