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Fort Hays State University iTunes U is a service that enables faculty to deliver pre-recorded audio/video course content online. These audio and video files can help students catch up or review course materials. All of the content available will require the iTunes software to view and download materials.
Faculty may add material relating to their course instruction, and students may add material if it is an assignment as part of their class.
If you need assistance in accessing your material or have technical issues, contact Kevin Staab at 785-628-4452 or email@example.com.Back To Top
Your duplication or transfer requests are normally completed within three working days. To duplicate or transfer any copyrighted materials you must have prior approval from the copyright holder. Jennifer Sauer, Electronic Resources/Serial Librarian, Forsyth Library, 785-628-5262 or firstname.lastname@example.org provides information to help faculty obtain copyright clearance. Faculty are expected to utilize this information in obtaining copyright permission. For assistance in your duplication or transfer needs contact Kevin Staab at 785-628-4452 or email@example.com.
Do you need multiple copies of a CD-ROM or DVD for your class? If so, CTELT’s Media Duplication service has the equipment and expertise to meet your needs. CTELT can also transfer the following formats to a DVD or CD-ROM for instructional or non-instructional purposes. For pricing information see CTELT Services and Prices (PDF).
Is there a television program airing over the cable system that you think would be of interest to show in your classroom? CTELT can record programs onto a DVD for educational purposes.
Contact Kevin Staab at 785-628-4452 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your off-air recording.
CTELT can assist with your videoconferencing needs using Adobe Connect, WebEx, or Polycom/IPTV for real-time, two-way video connections with guest lecturers, prospective students, or potential faculty hires. Videoconferencing can also be a dynamic addition to an online course that provides groups of students the chance to share their ideas in a robust, “face-to-face” environment that enables screen sharing, group document annotation, and much more. Call us to get started!