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Connect Archives: Fall 2002

November 1, 2002

Connect: IT at NYU (Fall 2002) is available for download as a PDF file. Please note, issues from the Connect archives may contain links, contact information, or other content that is no longer up-to-date. If you have any questions regarding archive content, please send e-mail to its.pubs@nyu.edu.

Inside this issue

  • Leaping into Dance Technology
    by Jeffrey Bary
  • KeyStroke Workshop at NYU
    by Jed Weaver
  • ITS Computer Support Service At Your Desk
  • Improve Your Relationship with NYU DIAL: Tips and Troubleshooting for All Users
    by Eduardo De Leon
  • The ITS Client Services Center & ITS Computer Labs: Expanded Hours, Expanded Service
    by Ken Fauerbach
  • The ITS Publications Group
    by Candice Gruver, with Jill Hochberg and Kate Monahan
  • A New Look for the ITS Tisch Hall Computer Lab
    by John Bako
  • A Quick Reference Guide to Computer Facilities for NYU Faculty and Students
    by Robyn Berland
  • Your Guide to NYU Forums
    by Jodi Goldberg
  • Welcome to Your New Home!: Your Guide to NYUHome Version 3.0
    by Michael Puskar
  • ACS Facilitates Los Alamos MILAGRO Meeting
    by Allen Mincer and Matthew Zimmerman
  • And the Winner Is...: George Sadowsky Prize Awarded to Catherine P. Coleman
  • Get Ready NYU!: Phone Changes You Need to Know
  • The Database of Recorded Music
    by Jerome McDonough
  • Creating User-Friendly Online Tutorials
    by Nadaleen Tempelman-Kluit
  • NYU Blackboard Survey Results
    by Vincent Doogan, with Joan Pirundini
  • Scientific Computing & Visualization at NYU
    by Frances Bauer and Alexandar Tzanov
  • Collaborating for the Better Good: ITS Teams Up with New York City Transit
    by Antonio Lopez
  • How to Import Data Files into SAS
    by Marc Grayson
  • A Review of LIMDEP 8.0: A Powerful and Versatile Package for Econometric Analysis
    by William Greene and Robert Yaffee
  • Inputting Questionnaires into Data Sets
    by Frank LoPresti and Sean Fischer

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Connect Archives: Fall 2002

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