Copyright is ingrained in daily campus life, and it is critical that all Stanford faculty, students and staff have a working understanding of copyright law and its impacts. The 2013 edition has been dramatically redesigned, not only to align with the libraries’ new website, but also to bring in new content, including case studies that highlight common copyright issues on campus.
Hardware, software, training, and consulting for students, faculty, and instructors using multimedia in their work. The Meyer Tech Desk provides many services including large-format poster printing; equipment for loan, such as laptops, cameras, and projectors; and consulting support for the Multimedia Studio's digital video editing suites.
The iPads for Learning initiative is a trial program by Academic Computing Services (ACS) and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) to provide iPads for use in academic classes or workshops. iPads are available for learning and teaching opportunites and faculty can submit proposals for short-term usage (workshops) or for as long as a quarter.
"Developed at Stanford University, SIPX is a new web-based technology, created to manage copyrights and deliver digital documents for the higher-education marketplace. The first, limited SIPX test at Stanford began in April 2011, when the “Stanford Intellectual Property Exchange” was in its research project phase. Now the broad cloud-based service is offered directly from within CourseWork for the benefit of the entire Stanford community."
The availability of software applications on public computers may vary by location. If you have questions about available software, or if you are an instructor with a request for software you would like installed on our public computers, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow up to nine weeks for new software requests, which is typically how long it takes us to ensure proper licensing and test for technical feasibility.