Once you have found useful files, what can you do with them? You can share individual files with specific people, or share collections with whole groups of people. You can also insert media you find here into your Inside Berklee Course. Watch the video for information regarding sharing via collections, the easiest ways to share a large group of audio, video, and PDF files. Step by step instructions for sharing individual files, or embeding them in Inside Berklee Courses are available below.
Select the Items
Sharing items follows a similar process to adding items to collections. Once you have found an item, to select it, click the Add to Selection checkmark. Alternatively, you can click the in the empty white space of the box that surrounds it. This will highlight the item, and will also make a new Selection box appear at the top left. If you made a selection in error, you can click in the same empty space on the item again, or click Clear All in the slection box to deselect all items.
With all of this content, it could quickly become a challenge to keep track of what's most useful to you. Fortunately there are "Collections" which allow us to group content that we migth want to use. You can group content by what course it would be most useful for, or by a topic that will help you find it again easily. It's entirely up to you.
Select the Items
Once you have found an item, if you would like to add it to a collection, to select it, click the Add to Selection checkmark. Alternatively, you can click the in the empty white space of the box that surrounds it. This will highlight the item, and will also make a new Selection box appear at the top left. If you made a selection in error, you can click in the same empty space on the item again, or click Clear All in the slection box to deselect all items.
Add it to a Collection
The selection box on the left allows you do quickly group these items by clicking Add to Collection. If you are grouping these assets specifically to send to someone, you can choose Share Collection instead. This will combine the process of creating a collection that you can reference later, and will immediately email a link with all of these itmes to someone. For more about sharing collections, see the Sharing section.
Through help from Music Therapy, Counseling and Advising, Office for Diversity and Inclusion, Stan Getz Library, and the CTMI, faculty and staff are invited to three events in the first week of December that will highlight various aspects of music education for visually impaired students.
Since the college will be closed next Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28, please remember to submit your announcements and events early next week. We will accept submissions through Sunday, November 30, but since most of you (hopefully) won't be working over the Thanksgiving break, we recommend submitting the announcements by Wednesday, November 26.
The newsletter for the following week will go out on Wednesday, December 3 to allow enough time for the newsletter creation and editing process, due to the timing of the break.