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Access Static Webspace (MacOS)

Lehigh computing accounts for faculty, staff, students, and departments (so-called "in-accounts") are all automatically provisioned with an area in which files can be placed that will be accessible on the web. This area is known as the account's static webspace. New users no longer need to do anything to "set up" the webspace, but they may need to install the tools and become familiar with the procedures to access it.

Access Static Webspace (Windows)

Lehigh computing accounts for faculty, staff, students, and departments (so-called "in-accounts") are all automatically provisioned with an area in which files can be placed that will be accessible on the web. This area is known as the account's static webspace. New users no longer need to do anything to "set up" the webspace, but they may need to install the tools and become familiar with the procedures to access it.

Refreshing portlets in the Portal

To refresh a portal "portlet" (also called channels, these are display areas within a portal tab), follow these instructions for your particular Web browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Right-click within/inside the portal portlet.
  2. A menu will appear. Select the Reload option.

Assisted Website Development with WordPress

WordPress is an open-source website/blog creation tool that allows users to develop their own websites without code using a rich set of hosted tools.  It is one of the most well-known and easy-to-use blogging platforms and content management systems (CMS) available.  LTS recommends this service for the development of academic-focused projects by Lehigh staff, faculty and students.

PDF Format: Some Basics

The ABCs of PDFs

The PDF format is a common document format—we use it all the time, but it’s a good idea to look under the hood at why it’s so popular! This guide will cover the basics of PDFs, why it is useful, when a PDF is a good document format to use, and how to produce a document in PDF formats.

Tutorials

We currently have tutorials in support of the classes we teach for iMovie, Audacity, and Final Cut Pro.
We also have a video basics page which goes over some fundamentals such as composition and framing, shot types, camera movements, transitions, sound and microphones, camera support, lighting, and crossing the line.

Please view our most recent tutorials below.

One Button Studio

The One Button Studio is a video recording space where an individual can reserve time and create high-quality video recordings by simply bringing a USB flash drive and pressing a button to start/stop recording. The studio does not require users to have prior video, audio, or lighting knowledge as all of those components have been automated and pre-set for ease-of-use. For more information, please see the Getting Started documentation.

Using an SSH Gateway in MobaXTerm

This set of instructions walks through making an SSH connection to a host using MobaXTerm's 'jump host' feature. This is helpful when making SSH connections to systems behind firewalls that provide an ssh gateway host, like Lehigh. One potential complication is that credentials for the gateway host may differ from those on the desired destination host. MobaXTerm's interface makes these connections easy.

Install ChemBio Office for Personal Use (and Mac OS X)

Note:  A new version of this software suite, called simply 'ChemOffice Professional 17', is available on the software site.  Use the instructions below only if you have a specific need for an older version.

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