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Ask The Techies

Ask The Techies Starting in Fall Quarter 2005, Ohio University's Academic Advancement Center's Computer Learning Lab began creating "Ask the Techies," a series of technology how-to videos for distribution via the Internet. They've prodcued and distributed thirty-six episodes covering a wide range of
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Ask The Techies


Starting in Fall Quarter 2005, Ohio University's Academic Advancement Center's Computer Learning Lab began creating "Ask the Techies," a series of technology how-to videos for distribution via the Internet. They've prodcued and distributed thirty-six episodes covering a wide range of topics, including how-to's on Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, PowerPoint, computer hardware, and computer security.

Ohio University's Academic Advancement Center Computer Learning Lab

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School

D. Lee Beard

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