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Engineering and Computer Science Video

Feb. 17, 2004
(News and Events)

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The significance of technology in today's modern society has never been more pronounced (or more exciting), and is ever increasing. Learnáhow Baylor's School of Engineering & Computer Science is helping students influence and prepare for this exciting future.

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About QuickTime Files

Some of the clips available for this item make use of Quicktime technology from Apple. This software is free and is available for Windows and Macintosh. For more information, or to download Quicktime, visit http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/. Note: If you encounter problems with a Quicktime stream, set your Quicktime Preferences > Streaming Transport to use HTTP and port 80.

About RealPlayer Files

Some of the clips available for this item make use of RealPlayer from Real, Inc.. This software is free and is available for Windows and Macintosh. For more information, or to download Real Player, visit http://www.real.com/.

About Windows Media Files

Some of the clips available for this item make use of Windows Media technology from Microsoft. This software is free and is available for Windows and Macintosh. For more information, or to download the Windows Media player, go to http://www.microsoft.com/ .



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