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  • Data Lab | University of Texas Libraries
    Lab Hardware and Software The lab includes 15 dual boot iMacs running Windows 8 1 and Mac OS X 10 11 2 and they offer the following software Mac OS X Adobe Creative Suite 6 Microsoft Office NVivo Oxygen XML R R Studio Stata MP Sublime Text Tableau Public Text Wrangler Windows 8 Adobe Creative Suite 6 ArcMap Autodesk Design Suite Microsoft Office NVivo Oxygen XML R SAS SPSS Stata MP Sublime Text Tableau Public About the Data Lab The Data Lab is open to all UT staff faculty and students on a first come first served basis The lab is open during the same hours that the building is open If you have questions about the Data Lab please send an email to scholarscommons austin utexas edu Teaching in the Data Lab Faculty may use the Data Lab as a course resource in the following ways 1 Have your students use the Data Lab to complete their assignment Check the software list to make sure the software you are recommending is available in the Media Labs For other software contact us to see if we can install it temporarily 2 Teach your students in the Data Lab Request to reserve the PCL Data Lab for one of your regular class meeting times so that you can teach them the software needed to complete their assignment Because the PCL Data Lab is primarily designed as an open lab rather than a classroom reservation requests are considered in light of other reservations made for that week and the time of the semester 3 Involve library experts in your course Request a consultation with a subject specialist librarian to design a library or research assignment to integrate a specific technology tool Request a course integrated instruction session in the PCL Data Lab

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/scholarscommons/data-lab (2016-02-17)
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  • Computer and Network Use Policy | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    and research The intent of this policy is to ensure that facilities and resources are used most effectively to benefit the greatest number of academic users Users may not be paid for or otherwise profit from the use of any University provided computing or network resource or from output produced from such use Usage must be in accordance with the University of Texas at Austin Acceptable Use Policy https www utexas edu cio policies other policies of the University of Texas and the University of Texas System and state and federal law Users who are in violation of these policies may be subject to penalties for infractions including but not limited to verbal warnings and the loss of the use of library computers and network resources Academics First In addition to restrictions noted in the University of Texas at Austin Acceptable Use Policy https www utexas edu cio policies non academic activities including but not limited to game playing and Internet telephony are prohibited on library computers and networks User Authentication User authentication is required to access all University of Texas Libraries computers and network resources Current University of Texas a Austin students faculty staff official visitors and courtesy and special borrowers may use their individually assigned UT EIDs to access computers and network resources Other users may claim a UT EID https idmanager its utexas edu eid self help and may request temporary authenticated access at a Libraries service desk Users must present a valid government issued photo ID to request temporary access Priority Users University of Texas at Austin students faculty and staff are priority users of library computers and networks Computers and networks may be restricted to priority users Other users may be asked to relinquish computers and or discontinue network access at the discretion of library

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/vprovost/policies/computer-use-policy.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Adding the laptop printer popup for Mac OS 10.5 and later | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home About the Libraries Computing Facilities Adding the laptop printer popup for Mac OS 10 5 and later Adding the laptop printer popup for Mac OS 10 5 and later Download a PDF with screen shots of all the steps to install the Mac laptop printer Install the Popup pkg from the Popup dmg Click the Apple icon in the upper left of your screen and chose System Preferences then click the Print and Fax or Print and Scan icon Click the button Hold down the Control key on the keyboard and click anywhere on the toolbar From the popup menu that appears select Customize Toolbar Drag the Advanced icon to the toolbar and click Done to close the customization dialog Click the Advanced button the system will pause for 15 20 seconds From Type select Pharos Print Server leave Device set to Another Device URL is the IP address followed by the printer name in this case popup 146 6 140 40 laptop Be sure to include the popup prefix Name should be set to Libraries Laptop Printing Print

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/computing/wirelessprint-leopard.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Mission, Vision, Values | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Values Library Administration Welcome Executive Staff Mission Vision Values Continuous Planning History State of the Libraries Library Information Organizational Charts Library Policies Annual Reports Library Committees Advisory Council Student Library Council Library Assessment Service Quality Assessment LibQual Quality Council Staff Awards About Staff Awards Billings Staff Honors Award Library Excellence Awards Nilsson Scholarship University Outstanding Staff and Supervisor Award Mission Vision Values Vision The University of Texas Libraries will transform from a knowledge service provider within the university to be a pre eminent and active partner within a rich and diverse learning and research ecosystem Mission The University of Texas Libraries advances teaching fuels research and energizes learning through expansive collections and digital content innovative services programs tools and partnerships to develop critical thinkers and global citizens that transforms lives Purposeful Pathways Expand develop deeper campus partnerships collaborations to contribute to Research Teaching and Learning Develop framework to support digital scholarship Focus on collections of distinction content recruitment archives unique rare materials Focus on transformative spaces and innovative services Values Collaboration We build strong and meaningful partnerships on campus and beyond Customer Focus We ensure a unique effective and connected user experience shaped by client needs and expectations Diversity We

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/vprovost/mission.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Services for Users with Disabilities | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    to page materials for users and will make every effort to immediately retrieve the material However depending upon the level of staffing at that library and the volume of the request library staff may request that the user return for the materials later Users who have a great number of requests should contact the library in advance BORROWING LIBRARY MATERIALS Proxy borrower card Users with disabilities may acquire a proxy borrower card to enable someone else to check out items for them The user not the proxy remains responsible for all items checked out on the card To request a proxy borrower card visit the Courtesy Borrower Services Desk PCL 2 122 or call 495 4305 Exceptions to circulation policies To request exceptions to circulation policies to accommodate access needs talk to library staff of the library which has the needed material Exceptions may include but are not limited to extended loan periods and lending items which do not normally circulate Inter Library Service ILS UT students faculty and staff are eligible to borrow and or acquire copies of some items from other libraries through Inter Library Service ILS Extended loan periods for these items are granted at the discretion of the ILS Librarian and the lending library Requests for extended loan periods should be made directly to ILS staff PCL 1 343 495 4283 Fines fees and replacement costs All users are responsible for fines fees and replacement costs for overdue lost or damaged materials Staff in each library in charge of fine resolution may choose to reduce or dismiss fines demonstrated to have been accrued as a direct result of a disability COPYING Users who need assistance with photocopiers or copy card vending machines should request it from library staff Library staff will make every effort to make

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/assistive/services.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Home | University of Texas Libraries
    Captions mainly describe spoken dialog but can also include non verbal cues such as a door closing or music description Fee 1 50 per minute Glossary of caption file formats Do it yourself options Amara YouTube DocSoft TRANSCRIPTS Transcripts are similar to captions except there is no timing information We can provide both captions and transcript or one or the other When only audio is available we usually provide a transcript Transcriptions are typically delivered as Word PDF and plain text file formats Fee 1 00 per minute Sample transcript format Do it yourself options YouTube DocSoft ALIGNMENT Our alignment process takes your transcript and syncs every word to the audio or video provided We do this by using an automated tool therefore a high quality verbatim transcript produces the best alignment Fee Free if under 10 minutes 0 10 per minute after that Do it yourself options Amara YouTube DocSoft CONSULTATION There are often many details to consider when making video and audio fully accessible Each situation can be unique We d love to connect and answer any questions you have about your individual needs No project is too small Please fill out the consultation request form to begin a conversation with us Also check out our FAQs for answers to common questions Let us help with your project Get Started Back to top This is informational only We don t necessarily support all of these types of files Some have inherent benefits that might be suitable for specific applications If you d like more information or want to discussion your particular needs please reach out to us via the consultation form Caption File Format Glossary CAP This is a common subtitle caption file format for broadcast media It was developed by Cheetah International DFXP This is a common

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/captioning-and-transcription (2016-02-17)
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  • Assistive Technology Perry-Castañeda Library Main Reference Room | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Map News and Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Library Services Library Services For Users With Disabilities Assistive Technology Perry Castañeda Library Main Reference Room Assistive Technology Perry Castañeda Library Main Reference Room Location Perry Castañeda Library PCL 2 200 Hours The assistive technology equipment in the PCL Reference room is available for use while the library is open See Library Hours for holiday and intersession hours Users Assistive Technology Equipment in PCL Reference is available to UT students faculty staff and public users with valid UTEID authorization on a first come first served basis Equipment and Software 1 Dell Optilec GX 280 Intel Pentium 4 Processor 520 2 80GHz 1M 800MHzFSB with flat panel large screen monitor Epson Color scanner with Epson Scan and Abby FineReader Software for OCR Jaws Screen Reader 10 0 Kurzweill 1000 and 3000 Scan and Read Software V 11 Zoom Text Screen Magnifier 9 1 Clearview Black White 17 CCTV closed circuit television Online instructions are available for

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/assistive/pclref.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Assistive Technology Perry-Castañeda Suite | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Find Articles Using Databases Find a Journal Find a Map News and Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Library Services Library Services For Users With Disabilities Assistive Technology Perry Castañeda Suite Assistive Technology Perry Castañeda Suite Location Perry Castañeda Library PCL 4 104 Access A key to PCL 4 104 can be requested at the Check Out desk during regular hours See Library Hours for holiday and intersession hours Users The Assistive Technology Suite is available to UT students faculty and staff on a first come first served basis Equipment and Software 1 Dell OptiPlex 760 running Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 3 00 GHz with flat panel monitor Duxbury Braille Translator Index Basic D Single Sided Braille Embosser with WinBraille Translator Epson Color scanner with Epson Scan and Abby FineReader Software for OCR Jaws Screen Reader 10 0 Zoom Text Screen Magnifier 9 1 TextAloud MP3 text reader MP3 creator Online instructions are available for some of the equipment Groups Library Services For

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/assistive/pcl.html (2016-02-17)
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