Including complex multimedia objects in an ETD is a relatively new possibility. You are encouraged to work with those on your committee interested in this to gain their approval and assistance.The MSU Libraries' Digital Media Center (DMC) located on the first floor of the library can assist in the creation of multimedia documents.
The DMC supports scanning, digital audio, and digital video. The DMC staff can also assist in converting documents to PDF as well as using Microsoft Word and Corel Word Perfect.
Experts in digital technology are available in the DMC from a.m. If you need to convert your Microsoft Word or Corel Word Perfect document to a PDF file, the DMC Multimedia Lab, the Computer Commons, and the Butler Hall Computer Lab have the Adobe Acrobat software needed to convert your documents.
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