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IT Newsletter for teachers Macau Polytechnic Institute Computer Service Centre
March/April 2008
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Online ePayment Service & Increase of Internet Access Bandwidth
by Voyage Io

Teaching with IT

Color Chart: Reinventing Color from 1950 to Today
The Museum of Modern Art (Moma)
This is a web site of an exhibition from MOMA. The exhibition is based on the commercial colour chart and covers the work of 44 artists. In the web site, works are available through the artists' name, "by Medium" (photographs, sculptures and installations, drawings, prints and paintings) or according to a timeline. You may also watch installation videos of 4 works.
Macromedia Flash Player is required to access the web site.

Research Trends
Research Trends is a "newsletter from Scopus that looks at scientific trends based on bibliometric analysis". It's published every two months. "Research Trends is powered by Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality Web sources, with smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research."

Learning with IT
Toolbox
IT Usage Tips

Word 2007 Viewer for Reading docx Documents
Digital Inspiration
Microsoft released a free Word 2007 viewer that lets you view docx Word documents, even if you don't have any version of Word installed. You can view, print, and copy document contents to any other programme.

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Campus IT Newsletter Production/Editing Team
Chief Editor: Conceição Carvalho
Advisors:
Colin Lai, Voyage Io
Technical Advisors: Simon Fong, Joe Poon, Joey Fong