We recognize that using technology in academia can often be time consuming and frustrating, but that when done well, technology can enhance learning significantly. We strive to reduce the frustrations so that you can succeed at what you do best.
The AHRC offers a wide variety of digitizing services and equipment. At our video station, faculty, students and staff have the capabilities to import, edit and or convert video from many different formats and regions. Our audio station is designed for importing and creating audio files for MP3 players, audio streaming and archiving. It includes support for cassette tape, reel-to-reel tape, and even vinyl LP records! This station is great for archiving old performances or interviews for research. We will offering audio and video transcription tools as well.
To free up valuable class time, the AHRC offers both video and audio streaming of content. Through Pushkin and Pushkin1, our two in-house streaming media servers, students enrolled in courses have 24-hour access to films and audio files right on their own computer. Users without high speed access (such as DSL or cable modem connections at home) should visit the AHRC or use Dartmouth's public computers such as those in the Baker-Berry Library.
For more information on the types of digitizing services the AHRC can offer you, please contact Jason Nash or email AHRC@dartmouth.edu.
Last Updated: 1/28/10