- For lack of PowerShell access, we have to:
- sign in as the resource :
- “click on publish” in the calendar’s context menu:
- choose these settings”
- we do a lot of forensics and statistics, looking back throuhg the term, which is longer back than 3 months
- students do not need to book ahead at the beginning of the term for end-of-term projects, so we do not need 6 months forward;
- Result: .
- For layout design:
- Go to http://[yo r site’s URL here]/wp-admin, e.g. http://lrc.unc.edu/wp-admin, and log in (you need site admin privileges , like I have for the LRC site).
- “Pages”(in the left hand menu)
- are an afterthought in wordpress which was originally based on dated posts (for a diary-like web logs), but can be useful for not time-sensitive , stable areas/sections of your site.
- You can include a bulleted or numbered list which you periodically update manually (click “edit” on the page)
- or, for frequently changing information (like lists of students), you can use a system that may have more initial learning curve, but in the long run makes updating easier
- embed an online spreadsheet from Google Apps or SkyDrive
- or embed an RSS feed like in the above example (if you have an RSS. provider).
In this instance, the cryptic message denoted a bitness problem: dcfldd (the extension in question, like so: for /f %i in ( ‘dir /b .\input’ ) do dcfldd.exe if=input\%i of=output\%i.jpg bs=1 skip=6) would not start in a Cygwin 64-bit environment. Installed cygwin 32-bit (and changed my path), and dcfldd worked fine.
- Sanako Study 1200 works best with its own Sanako SLH-07 headsets (they include a USB soundcard). When using these, it is best to completely disable the analog or other sound chip/card that came with your system (onboard). Usually, you can do this in the BIOS.
- Before you venture in there, an easy check on which computers is necessary is possible thanks to Audacity displaying the sound card options: Start Audacity form the desktop and look in the dropdowns under the top menu which sound devices Audacity has detected on the system:
The LRC has availed itself of a free research distribution of 55GB collection of language corpora from http://www.elra.info/, the European Language Resources Association. This “big data” should be of interest for the translation program, as well as the language learning programs, since it enables corpus linguistic approaches to language learning and automated learning material production based on natural language processing.
Here is an overview of the materials included:
A list of files included can be found here:
- Even though we may soon swap the switch, here is how the AV switch needs to be connected for the teacher computer’s left screen to get projected to the dual projector screens: