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How do I play a DVD in Stackhouse Theater in the Elrod Commons? (link)

Walk over to the dvd player in the front cabinet, insert the DVD and play the DVD from the podium. Additional infomation listed as Theater Equipment Instructions under "Documents" to the right -->

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Is there a computer in 345 Elrod Commons? (link)

Yes, while there construction on the front campus Commons 345 is considered a classroom and there will be a laptop for the school year. 

There is a DVD player and a VHS player in the room, along with cable TV.  Everything must be projected through the projector.

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Who do I contact to schedule an event in a room in Elrod Commons? (link)

Contact the building coordinator at ext. 5000

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Is there a computer in the Chavis Board Room (Elrod Commons room 206)? (link)
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Is there wireless in the Stackhouse Theater? (link)

Yes! Both secure (for W&L students and employees with AD credentials) and access for guests.

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How can a guest login on classroom computer or in the Stackhouse Theater? (link)

On the Login screen: 
1) Use the drop down box to change from the "AD" setting to the "this computer" setting.
2) Login name is W&LGuest
3) Password is W&Lpassword (entries are case sensitive)

*note: classroom guest login screen will look very similar to this laptop pool login screen below

 Classroom login screen is similar to this laptop login screen


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Can I show a movie in the Stackhouse Theater? (link)

You can show your movie in the theater provided you pay the licensing fees.  There are exceptions.  For more information on licensing, click here.  Contact the Elrod Commons building coordinator at ext. 5000 for more information on how to set up the event.

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What is the Creative Commons? (link)

Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that works to increase the amount of creativity (cultural, educational, and scientific content) in “the commons” — the body of work that is available to the public for free and legal sharing, use, repurposing, and remixing. (taken from their site, to see the PDF flyer click here)

For more information visit Creativecommons.org



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How do I make a DVD of my Tegrity recording (link)

1.  Navigate to the specific class session in Tegrity.

2.  Select the class by clicking the check box next to that class.

3.  Go to the Actions menu at the bottom of the page.

4.  Expand and select Make DVD Image.

5.  File download box will appear and ask do you want to open or save, select save

6.  Navigate and save the file to your desktop.

7.  Go to your desktop, right click on the folder and choose extract all.

8.  Double click on the new folder that has been unzipped. At this point you will be able to see all the files it takes to make up a Tegrity recording.


There are 3 types of DVDs you could make:



Audio only:

1.     Select the folder that has the name and date of your class.

2.     Then the class folder.

3.     Then the instructor folder

4.     Then drag a copy of the audio0 file to your desktop.


Audio, computer and document camera screen shots:

1.     Select the folder that has the name and date of your class.

2.     Then the class folder.

3.     Then the Projector folder

4.     Then drag a copy of the Mediaroom0 file to your desktop.


Video and audio of instructor: (no computer or document camera screen shots)

1. Select the folder that has the name and date of your class.

2. Then the class folder.

3. Then the instructor folder 

4. Then drag a copy of the instructor0 file to your desktop.

Currently there is no way to create a DVD that plays back the recording in the same way you see it via the web, however if you would like send someone a link to the video you can do so from the actions box at the bottom of your Tegrity page. (Select get class link) You will be able to past a link into an e-mail and send it to any one you desire.




Select a program such as Windows DVD Maker and import the audio0, Mediaroom0, or instructor0 files from your desktop into the program. i DVD or Roxio Creator are other options for creating your DVD. The library helpdesk can assist you once you get the files to your desktop. 


For more information on using Tegrity, please contact Todd Goetz at 461-0961.


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Windows Media Player won't play my DVD, Why? (link)

You could possibly be missing a CODEC file that did not come with Windows Media Player. Try using another media player like PowerDVD instead.

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How do I play sounds with animations in PowerPoint 2010? (link)

Log into Atomic Learning and under PowerPoint 2010 Advanced click on Section G Animation Effects and Transitions.

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What files or file formats will play in QuickTime? (link)

The following file formats are supported in QuickTime: 

  • 3DMF (Mac OS 9 & Windows)
  • 3GPP
  • 3GPP2
  • AIFF
  • AMC
  • AMR
  • Animated GIF
  • AU
  • Audio CD Data (Mac OS 9)
  • AVI
  • BMP
  • CAF (Mac OS X)
  • Cubic VR
  • DLS
  • DV
  • FLC
  • GIF
  • GSM
  • Karaoke
  • MacPaint
  • MIDI
  • MPEG-1
  • MP3 (MPEG-1, Layer 3)
  • M3U (MP3 Playlist files)
  • MPEG-2
  • MPEG-4
  • MQV
  • M4A, M4B, M4P (iTunes 4 audio), M4V (iTunes video)
  • PDF (Mac OS X)
  • Photoshop
  • PICS
  • PICT
  • PLS
  • PNG
  • Quartz Composer Composition (Mac OS X)
  • QCP (Mac OS 9 & Windows)
  • QuickTime Image File
  • QuickTime Movie
  • SD2 (Mac OS 9 & Windows)
  • SDP
  • SDV
  • SF2 (SoundFont 2)
  • SGI
  • SMIL
  • Targa
  • Text
  • TIFF
  • TIFF Fax
  • VDU (Sony Video Disk Unit)
  • Virtual Reality (VR)
  • Wave
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Directory Information for Francile Elrod (link)

Elrod, Francile D. (Fran)    (540) 458-8230
Associate Director of the Shepherd Program elrodf@wlu.edu
Poverty and Human Capability Studies Mattingly House 304

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