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- This page contains a 30 minute lecture given to Mechanical Engineering grad students in a medical instrument design course. It was captured using Camtasia. That's me doing the talking. http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/courses/fall2006/2.75/ - Angie Locknar, MIT firstname.lastname@example.org --Angie 12:44, 17 March 2008 (PDT)
- We also created general tutorials using Camtasia, including one on Compendex/Inspec. http://libraries.mit.edu/tutorials/video/ - Angie Locknar, MIT email@example.com --Angie 12:45, 17 March 2008 (PDT)
- The following two links are to two Camtasia screencasts that I put together that explain the differences between scholarly engineering journals and engineering trade magazines. Hope you find them useful. Peer-Reviewed Engineering Journals Screencast and Trade Magazines Screencast - Ed Eckel, Western Michigan University - firstname.lastname@example.org -- Ed 18 July 2008
- Solar Energy Resources, 2012 - Jay Bhatt, Drexel University, email@example.com --Jay 21 May 2012
- New Drexel Engineering Library FAQ Video tutorials:
What is Knovel? How can I access it? How can I keep updated with new features? How do I obtain an article from a citation found in Ei Compendex/INSPEC databases or (Engineering Village) when it is not available in full text? - Dana Denick and Jay Bhatt, Drexel University firstname.lastname@example.org