The College of Arts and Architecture

Campus Technology Resources

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CANVAS (course information):
http://canvas.psu.edu/

LionPATH (registration information):
http://launch.lionpath.psu.edu/

General computing in the Music Building for music graduate students and PPC students
(email, web):
214A Music Building I

Using PSU wireless: as of May 4, 2019
Penn State Information Technology made some changes to its secure wireless networks “psu” and “eduroam” that will require those using an Apple, Windows, or Linux device to update their settings in order to remain connected. Android devices will not require an update.

Windows users can and should download the update from www.wireless.psu.edu/update.

Those who are planning to visit any of Penn State’s campuses and want to connect to either the "psu" or "eduroam" networks will not be able to until they've downloaded the update from www.wireless.psu.edu/update.

Visit www.wireless.psu.edu/updatefor device-specific instructions for how to update your settings and more information.

More information on PSU computing:
http://its.psu.edu/

Campus computer labs:
http://clc.its.psu.edu/Labs/
Closest to Music buildings: Stuckeman Family Building, Pattee Library
Equipped with MIDI keyboards: Pollock Hall, Warnock

The labs are equipped with a variety of music software programs, including audio editors, sequencers, and notators. The Media commons facilities also enable scanning and duplication/transfer of media.

School of Music computer lab: 
The School of Music maintains a 4-workstation computer lab in 132 Theatre Building. The room is available for work music technology projects. It is equipped with MIDI keyboards, notation and sequencing software, and programming environments for music. Access to the room is by swipe card. Students wishing access to the room may arrange it with Prof. Mark Ballora (ballora@psu.edu).

Media commons:
http://mediacommons.psu.edu/

NOTE: when posting material online, please follow all due diligence as far as securing appropriate copyrights, and letting others know what you are doing (i.e., don’t post material mentioning your studio without letting the studio instructor know about it first!)

Library Music resources (online recordings, encyclopedias, databases, and more):
https://libraries.psu.edu/databases/subjects?query=music

Teaching with Technology Certificate:
http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/twt/

Penn State FreeConferenceCall.com or FreeConferenceCalling.com. These services are available 24/7 and offer free set up, a secure access code and online meeting management 

https://www.freeconferencecall.com

Penn State IT 

https://it.psu.edu/get-support

Create a website at Penn State 

https://sites.psu.edu

Qualtrics

http://pennstate.qualtrics.com/

Zoom Webinar 

https://psu.zoom.us

Zoom Quick Start Guide 

https://itld.psu.edu/training/participating-zoom-meeting-quick-start-guide

Teaching and Learning with Technology

https://tlt.psu.edu

VoiceThread 

https://voicethread.psu.edu

Lynda Training Videos 

https://lynda.psu.edu

Yammer

https://yammer.psu.edu

Media Commons 

https://mediacommons.psu.edu

One Button Studio 

https://mediacommons.psu.edu/faculty/using-your-one-button-studio/

3D Printing Maker Commons 

https://makercommons.psu.edu/technologies/3d-printing/

Learning Resource Network 

https://lrn.psu.edu

Classroom Lab and Computing 

https://lat.tlt.psu.edu

PSU Training Services 

http://itld.psu.edu