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Music Technology

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This LibGuide contains eresources and support for students studying Music Technology.

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For help with literature searching, referencing, Refworks or if you are a member of academic staff and require help with Reading Lists Online book a tutorial with one of our academic librarians: Lisa, Sharron or Mark. We can offer support via email or Microsoft Teams - book a time via the link or button below. Please indicate on the form what type of appointment you would like.

Book a tutorial at https://tees.libcal.com/appointments/?g=435

Lisa Eveson and Sharron Woolley

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email icon  l.eveson@tees.ac.uk

email icon  s.woolley@tees.ac.uk

Mark Burton

Assistant Academic Librarian

email icon  mark.burton@tees.ac.uk

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For workshops that are on campus please click on the session in the calendar and use the Register button to book a place. Registration is open until 2 hours prior to the event. A waiting list system is in use so if the event is full you have the option to go on a waiting list. Please cancel your booking if you are unable to attend so that the place can be given to someone else.

To participate in an online workshop, click on the session title in the calendar.  You should then be able to see the URL to access that session in the event description.

The session will open 20 minutes before the start time to allow time for participants to get set up. 

Guidance on using BlackBoard Collaborate is available via the Help pages on Blackboard: https://eatsupport.tees.ac.uk/student/knowledgebase/blackboard-collaborate-ultra-for-students/

Check your audio for Collaborate before the session: https://help.blackboard.com/Collaborate/Ultra/Moderator/Moderate_Sessions/Audio_and_Video

Guidance on using Microsoft Teams is available from Digital Futures: https://extra.tees.ac.uk/HelpCentre/SelfHelp/Documents/Software/Teams%20Meetings.pdf

or from the Microsoft website: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/microsoft-teams-video-training-4f108e54-240b-4351-8084-b1089f0d21d7

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