January 22, 2008
Brief tutorial on author rights now available!
The University Libraries have created a short (6 minutes) self-playing PowerPoint presentation on author rights in scholarly publishing. Take a look and listen!
Some things to note:
1) The self-play can be paused at any time. You may want to pause the play to take advantage of the URLs that are found in the self-play. When the URLs are clicked, a new window opens up, so with the closing of the window, the viewer can return to where they had left off and resume the presentation.
2) The viewer can also decide to switch to "notes" as opposed to "outline" view on the right-hand side. The notes section is the script for each slide, if the viewer wants to read along.
3) Besides the volume control on the monitor, the presentation itself has a volume control. The viewer will need to check both if there is a volume issue.
Comments and questions are welcome and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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