Entries from Notes from the University of Illinois Music Library tagged with 'technology'

Web Printing (Beta) @ the University of Illinois Library

How to Print from a Laptop Features * Print Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and PDF files via website upload * Choose between black and white or color printing (by way of printer selection) * Choose number of copies Limitations *...

New printing system--release the print jobs!

As of yesterday we have a new printing release system. 1. When you want to print a document you can choose "Print" from the file menu, use the print icon in the task bar, or use Ctrl-P as you always...

Partifi: make parts from a score

Partifi.org is a "free and automated tool for creating parts from music scores." This tool was created by those who seek to support and encourage the study and performance of early music who found that instrumental parts were often not...

New scanner

The Music and Performing Arts Library now has two scanners for public use. Both are located in the computer area in the row closest to the circulation desk. As always, if you have any questions about using the scanners, please...

Twitter is here

OK, while many of you seem shy about commenting on the blog, you have told me that you'd be interested in a Twitter stream from the Music and Performing Arts Library--so here it is: twitter.com/mpalillinois Click on "Follow" under the...

Do You Tweet?

Our little blog is now over 100 posts old. While I think this is a useful tool for you, dear reader, who may not have time to search for arts news on your own and also want to keep up...

Re-creating great performances

Re-creating great performances Speaker bio and more links "Imagine hearing great, departed pianists play again today, just as they would in person. John Q. Walker demonstrates how recordings can be analyzed for precise keystrokes and pedal motions, then played back...

Why your flash drive might not work on our computers

U3 Flash Drives on Public PCs (from the Library IT Helpdesk's site:) For security reasons the Library's public computers are set up to run only the software installed on them by Library IT personnel. This is causing a problem for...

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